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Dealers and Distributors

Our weekly roundup of dealers and distributors includes news from Nautique, Zeus Marine Pro and Teleflex Marine.

Nautique added Dockside Marine in the greater Houston area to its network of dealers.

Dockside Marine will offer a large display of new and used Nautique boats to choose from, a full service department and an on-site finance team. Dockside Marine's on-water facility offers immediate access to a lake for new-boat demonstrations.

"We are thrilled about being the new Nautique dealer. With a premium brand like Nautique, the opportunity for growth in the greater Houston area is tremendous," Dockside Marine's Charles Mueller said in a statement.

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Whitecap Industries announced that Zeus Marine Pro is now the company's representative in the Caribbean, Central America and South America.

"With over 100 years of combined experience in the recreational marine industry, they will look to meet our objective of increasing market share in this region," Whitecap said in a statement.

Whitecap, founded in 1972, is an importer, manufacturer, exporter and distributor of hardware and plumbing products for markets including the marine industry.

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Teleflex Marine is offering its dealers special stand-alone displays for its two-cycle and four-cycle oils to help successfully sell these products, the company said.

"These corrugated displays take up a minimal amount of floor space, yet they display up to nine quart bottles and six-gallon bottles of either 10W-30 Sierra Premium Blend four-cycle oil or Sierra Premium Blend two-cycle oil," the company said in a statement.

Teleflex Marine is based in Litchfield, Ill.

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