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Companies agree to integrated yacht control system

Bosch Rexroth AG and Yacht Controller S.r.l. signed an agreement to work together using an integrated system between the wireless Yacht Controller Dual Band and the electronic control heads produced by Bosch Rexroth.

Germany's Bosch Rexroth will produce and supply Yacht Controller, of Italy, with an exclusive interface, through which Yacht Controller's Dual Band can integrate the Bosch Rexroth electronic system.

"For Bosch Rexroth, the agreement follows their corporate philosophy, which constantly focuses toward the most reliable and innovative solutions," the companies said in a statement. "For Yacht Controller, being a partner of a world giant such as Bosch confirms and strengthens the credibility and the standing of the Italian company in the international nautical world."

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