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Trac Ecological debuts new website at IBEX

Trac Ecological formally launched a new website Tuesday at the International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition & Conference in Tampa, Fla.

The revamped site for the manufacturer of eco-friendly onboard systems maintenance and cleaning products and provider of eco-friendly onboard yacht systems maintenance services can be found at

"This new design was created specifically for our online audience of both end users and professionals," Trac Ecological CEO Kevin Greene said in a statement. "Packed with quality videos, news and technical data that will be constantly updated, our new website will help make Trac’s resources more attractive and accessible to our expanding global audience."

The new Trac website features expanded content in four languages and a searchable worldwide directory of Trac products dealers and Trac trained and certified yacht services technicians, as well as enhanced product information, instructional videos, technical product data, FAQs, a new company news section, customer testimonials and a list of trade events the company will be attending.



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