Blue Sea Systems honored at NMDA conference

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Marine electrical systems manufacturer Blue Sea Systems earned three awards at the annual National Marine Distributor Association conference, including the Platinum Supplier of the Year award.

Blue Sea Systems founder Scott Renne.

Blue Sea Systems founder Scott Renne.

NMDA distributor members vote to determine the awards, which were presented July 23 at the Supplier of the Year luncheon in Chicago. Bellingham, Wash.-based Blue Sea Systems also won the Best All-Around Packaging and Supply Chain Standards Efficiency awards.

“We appreciate the vote of confidence from the members of the NMDA,” Blue Sea Systems senior vice president David Johnson said in a statement. “Our employees are committed to continually improving the design, quality, packaging, and support of our product to distributors and their customers.”

“It is through the efforts of companies like Blue Sea Systems, working with their distributor customers, that enables marine retailers to continue growing their businesses,” NMDA executive director Nancy Cueroni said. “We congratulate them on the recognition and awards.”

“This recognition is a reflection of the quality work of each employee of Blue Sea Systems,” Blue Sea Systems founder Scott Renne said.

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