Oceanic Systems appoints Nixon Marine Global as U.S. representative


Nixon Marine Global will represent Oceanic Systems, a U.K. manufacturer of NMEA2000 integrated alarm, display and control systems, in the United States.

The company’s product line includes the new 5250 Deck Gauge, and the BlackGlass Ultra Modern Bridge System.

Integrated alarm, display and control systems include fuel and water tanks, electrical system monitoring, temperature management, fuel and water transfer, and engine instrumentation.

“We are delighted to have such a technically knowledgeable company as Nixon Marine Global representing us in such a vital marketplace as the USA,” said Oceanic Systems managing director Bruce Coward in a statement. “Their market knowledge and skills are such a good fit with Oceanic Systems that will ensure the best results for all our customers.”


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