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Northport Systems signs deal with MarineFuel.com

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Northport Systems Inc., a producer of desktop and mobile navigation and mapping software products, and MarineFuel.com entered into a long-term partnership agreement.

Under its terms, the companies will provide software solutions designed to extend and enhance MarineFuel.com’s service offerings.

“We are thrilled to join forces with MarineFuel.com,” Northport Systems president Robin Martel said in a statement. “In the coming months we will unveil an exciting software solution that will further MarineFuel.com’s proven ability to save mariners time and money when purchasing fuel.”

An e-commerce data portal that centralizes marina and marine fueling information for the United States, the Bahamas and the Caribbean, Marinefuel.com is a resource for digital and on-demand services regarding real-time fuel dock prices, marina travel logistics and wholesale fuel brokerage.

“Our partnership with Northport Systems is a natural next step in the evolution of MarineFuel.com’s development in the online and mobile markets,” MarineFuel.com president and CEO William McKenna said in a statement. “We are confident Northport Systems’ expert team will provide exceptional solutions that truly enhance our customers’ access to the valuable and cost-saving information and services we provide.”

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