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Dometic Marine signs deal with Princess Yachts

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Dometic Marine will be the exclusive supplier of air-conditioning and sanitation equipment to Princess Yachts after the sides agreed to a contract extension.

As part of the new, exclusive purchasing agreement, Dometic Marine will supply its Cruisair and SeaLand brands to the entire Princess range.

"The provision of high-performance, reliable systems onboard our yachts is core to maintaining the reputation of the Princess brand," Princess purchasing director Grant Hooper said in a statement. "Dometic Marine has consistently demonstrated commitment and dedication to satisfying the needs of our customers, which has made the supplier our first choice for air-conditioning and sanitation equipment."

Dometic Marine supplies a comprehensive range of air-conditioning, sanitation, refrigeration, galley and other equipment globally to high-profile OEMs. The company's latest contract with Princess Yachts will include the development of new custom-built products to meet the yacht builder's specific requirements for new models.

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