SeaStar Solutions acquires Marine Digital Integrators

SeaStar Solutions said it acquired Marine Digital Integrators LLC, a Stuart, Fla.-based manufacturer of complete electrical proprietary systems.
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SeaStar Solutions, a manufacturer and supplier of marine steering and control systems, engine parts, fuel systems and related products, said it acquired Marine Digital Integrators LLC, a Stuart, Fla.-based manufacturer of complete electrical proprietary systems.

Marine Digital Integrators supplies systems focused on new technology, digital switching and advanced battery management that allow brand-specific features with modularized “Plug n Play” systems that are integrated with leading display manufacturers.

“We are very excited about adding MDI to the solutions we offer to our boatbuilder customers,” SeaStar president and CEO Yvan Cote said in a statement.

“SeaStar has a long history of close collaboration with boatbuilders, and MDI will contribute to enhancing our offering with more integrated solutions and smart systems. Our customers can expect the same level of innovation, integration and support that they are enjoying with Optimus 360, SeaStation as well as all of the SeaStar Solutions systems. MDI will remain in Stuart, and as a key member of the SeaStar family, MDI will leverage all the resources that SeaStar has available to it.”

Marine Digital Integrators will continue its normal operations with the current management team.

Marcus Bailey and Brian Robinson are joining the SeaStar senior management team as vice presidents of business development for the Marine Digital Integrators division of SeaStar Solutions; they will report directly to the CEO.

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