Dometic Marine signs deal with ventilation company

Author:
Updated:
Original:

Dometic Marine, a division of the Dometic Group, said it entered a strategic partnership with Livos Technologies, a provider of engine room ventilation equipment and systems for the commercial and pleasure boat markets.

Dometic will become a reseller of Livos Technologies’ axial fans, centrifugal blowers, smoke and fire dampers, mist-eliminating grilles and electronic fan controls.

“Livos Technologies is the most innovative provider of machinery ventilation, and we are delighted to be able to offer our customers the best products the industry has to offer,” Dometic Americas president Frank Marciano said in a statement.

“Dometic already provides air-conditioning equipment to pleasure boats and workboats, and this strategic partnership will allow us to also offer engine ventilation equipment. Customers will benefit from having a single point of contact for their entire systems, simplifying service and maintenance.”

“This is a mutually beneficial endeavor that will result in an expanded presence for both companies in the commercial, military, pleasure and superyacht markets,” Livos president Michael Murray said in a statement. “We are confident that Dometic’s global presence in both domestic and foreign markets, covering multiple facets of the industry, will facilitate growth at a rapid rate.”

Click here for the full release.

Related

Boat Demand Remains Strong, But Inventory Shortages Prevail

Dealers worry that the absence of new boats is driving up prices.

Electric Boat Company Completes IPO Process

Canada-based e-mobility outfit Vision Marine raises $27.6 million to reinvest in its line of electric vessels and 180-hp, E-Motion outboard.

Besenzoni Introduces Electric-Powered Gangways

The company says it will introduce electric power across its line of ladders, tender lifts and more.

Quick Hits: November 30, 2020

Newmar celebrates 50 years; Pebble Mine permit denied by Army Corps; and several yacht builders will feature Raymarine.

NTSB Calls for Safety Changes After Dive Boat Fire Killed 34

Recommendations included interconnected smoke detectors and alternative escape paths.

Boat Registrations Continued to Soar

Strong demand continued through September.

2020: A Timeline

Changes ahead, changes behind: A long, strange year.

2020: What We Learned

A cross- section of industry leaders weighs in.