Fusion Electronics adds Southeast distributor

Consolidated Electronic Distributors is now a direct distributor for New Zealand-based Fusion Electronics.
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Consolidated Electronic Distributors is now a direct distributor for New Zealand-based Fusion Electronics, adding to more than 70 active manufacturer connections in the marine electronics and entertainment industry.

“Quality sound is now an integral part of boating. Fusion products bring a new level of fidelity to the marine industry,” Consolidated Electronic Distributors president and CEO Jules Rutstein said in a statement.

Consolidated Electronic Distributors said it has roots stretching back to 1971 and has been a dedicated marine technology provider for more than 40 years. The company said it represents some of the largest manufacturers in the industry, including Garmin, Navico, Furuno, and now Fusion.

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