Redden Marine Supply announces acquisition

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Washington-based Redden Marine Supply is buying Mariner Supply and its e-commerce sites, including Go2marine.com, Go2hydraulics.com and ShopRVparts.com.

“The e-commerce abilities and boating expertise at Go2marine enhance and compliment Redden Marine’s business strategies, providing exciting opportunities for customers, vendors and employees alike,” Redden Marine president Randy Chiabai said in a statement. “Adding Go2hydraulics and ShopRVparts, we will deliver best-in-class e-commerce experiences to an even broader range of customers.”

The transaction, which is subject to closing conditions, is expected to be completed sometime this month.

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