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Linssen Yachts signs deal with Raymarine

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Linssen Yachts signed an exclusive supply agreement with marine electronics manufacturer Raymarine.

Linssen Yachts has worked with Raymarine equipment for several years. With the formation of the new Raymarine Nederland subsidiary, Linssen Yachts has chosen to sign an exclusive supply agreement stating that it provides additional benefits for both the company and its customers, Raymarine said in a statement.

“This new agreement enables our new subsidiary Raymarine Nederland to partner directly with Linssen Yachts, giving excellent support to the company, their dealer network and their customers around the world,” Marc Ledieurt, Raymarine area sales manager for European Subsidiaries, said in a statement. “I look forward to working with family Linssen and their teams in the coming months to develop our winning partnership as two of the most recognized brands in the leisure marine industry.”

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