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SeaDek Marine Products adds installers in New Zealand

SeaDek Marine Products said it has certified 10 new installers in New Zealand.

Working in partnership with SeaDek certified fabricator Batavian Rubber, the company said the new installers will be strategically located to provide custom SeaDek patterning and installation for boatbuilders, marinas and end users.

Members of SeaDek's ownership recently traveled alongside SeaDek factory CAD technicians to Batavian's New Zealand headquarters to conduct training for the new installers. It included in-depth, hands-on instruction on SeaDek's digital patterning processes, CAD design and advanced installation techniques.

SeaDek said it will now offer comprehensive coverage by certified installers from Invercargill in the south to Auckland in the north.

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