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Imtra signs supplier deal with American Boatbuilders Association

Imtra said the American Boatbuilders Association selected the company as a supplier of choice for lighting products.
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Imtra said the American Boatbuilders Association selected the company as a supplier of choice for lighting products.

In addition to its full line of specialty products, Massachusetts-based Imtra said it designs and manufactures marine LED lighting for every application. Engineered for corrosion resistance, ease of installation and practical functionality, Imtra LED lights are cost-effective, high-performance solutions for new boat construction and refits.

“We are thrilled to have been selected as a supplier of choice for lighting by the ABA,” Imtra president and CEO Eric Braitmayer said in a statement. “We have worked hard to develop the best-in-class range of LED lights for the marine industry. Being chosen as supplier of choice validates our decisions to put quality and service first.”

“We are excited to expand our relationship with Imtra as a key supplier to ABA members,” ABA president Jay Patton said. “Our members put a high value on service and superior performance when creating their boats. Imtra shares that commitment to provide the very best products and services, which makes them a perfect partner for the ABA.”

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