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Nauti-Tech launches online store

Nauti-Tech Systems, North America’s dealer for E-Plex, has launched an online store for smart controls and electronics, www.nautimart.com.

In addition to standard search and filter features, the site displays equipment used by specific original equipment manufacturers. Because the products are technologically advanced, each has a number of drop-down selections that ensure the consumer selects the exact part he needs.

“Our goal for the website was to provide visitors the ability to find the precise component they need with the fewest number of clicks and complete the purchase knowing the correct item is headed their way,” Jack Brunier, Nauti-Tech Systems president, said in a statement. “As we continue to add products, it will become a true one-stop shop for boat owners’ smart electronics needs.”

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