Marine companies debut new Web sites

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Three companies recently announced the launch of new Web sites.

ABI/Precision Lighting’s redesigned Web site celebrates the company's 25-plus years as a leader in marine hardware and lighting. The “About Us” tab connects visitors with a brief history of ABI/Precision Lighting.

Viewers can click on a link to take them to ABI's 84-page catalog, and separate links take users to illustrated pages of lighting, hardware and accessories with product descriptions and detailed measurements.

SeaWide Distribution’s new feature-rich, customer-friendly Web site provides straightforward navigation of the company’s marine and consumer electronics, as well as an enhanced business-to-business portal to streamline ordering and distribution.

Customers can download or request a SeaWide catalog, sign up for weekly e-mails announcing company specials, and view the latest consumer incentives offered by manufacturers.

The new True Harbor Web site contains links to detailed product descriptions and technical information, while a “press room” contains the latest company news. The site also includes locations, phone numbers and e-mail contacts for True Harbor representatives around the country.

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