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Hella Marine reports boost in summer sales

Hella Marine saw a 12 percent increase in sales in June, July, and August compared to the same period last year, the company reported.

The company did not release specific sales figures.

With its market share rising in Europe for LED navigation lights, Hella Marine now estimates the company has more than 40 percent of the 30- to 65-foot sail and powerboat segment.

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