Companies unveil new websites

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Scout Boats launched a new and redesigned corporate website to showcase and profile its product line.

"Our new website utilizes a streamlined, customer-friendly design and is loaded with new features," said Alan Lang, Scout's national/international sales manager. "We have uploaded a wealth of information on all 27 of our models, including our manufacturing processes, to educate and inform our customers better."

The new website includes enhanced product information; photos and videos of Scout's manufacturing process; a shopping cart function for apparel sales; the latest news; and links to the corporate Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Scout builds sportfishing, fish 'n ski, walkaround, flats and bay boat models ranging from 15 to 35 feet.

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Marina Accessories Inc., an international supplier of accessories and equipment for marinas, finished the final phase in the redesign of its website.

Marine Accessories now has a secure, easy to use online store that allows harbormasters, marina owners, contractors and private dock owners to make purchases and request quotes seamlessly.

The new online system coincides with a complete overhaul of the company's supply chain management system.

"We are very excited to share the new website with the industry. Our goal was to develop an online store that would serve as a one-stop shopping site with everything a dock or marina owner might need - from gangways and power pedestals to fendering and pile caps," business manager Keith Bjella said in a statement.

Marina Accessories is located at Bellingham Marine's headquarters in Bellingham, Wash.

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