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Blue Sea Systems debuts revamped website

Blue Sea Systems, a Bellingham, Wash.-based manufacturer of marine electrical products, launched its new website.

“Customers making electrical product decisions require easy access to specifications and information to ensure a safe and appropriate solution,” Blue Sea Systems senior vice president David Johnson said in a statement. “Features on the new website were designed specifically to simplify the decision-making process.”

The new features are:

• Search by product image — locate the product without knowing its name

• Refine search — easily navigate to specific products within a category

• Product compare — side-by-side comparison of as many as six products

• Resource browse-overs — explains technical terminology and specifications

• Catalog flip browsing and download — access information offline by downloading the catalog

• Google Map dealer finder — locate product’s global availability

• Photo galleries — showcases product detail and installation photographs

Click here for the full release.

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