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MCE Marine Group adds DragonShore Ltd as sales and service agent

MCE Marine Group of Huntington Beach, Calif., added DragonShore Ltd. as a sales agent and authorized service provider. The Taiwan- and Hong Kong-based company will represent MCE Marine’s line of Newmar chargers, inverters, DC converters and related power control equipment as well as ASEA isolation transformers, shorepower converters and power management systems.

“Over the past 15 years, our team has worked with Eva Chiu, DragonShore’s managing director, on various projects within the marine industry,” said David Brown, MCE Marine Group president, in a statement. “In formalizing this relationship, we have complete confidence in DragonShore’s technical knowledge to best serve our customers’ needs.”

DragonShore offers technical marine equipment for the yachting and megayacht markets, acting as a liaison and product expert between boatbuilders and shipyards.

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