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Marine mounting hardware manufacturer purchased

Washington-based Seaview, manufacturer of marine mounting solutions, has separated from PYI and formed an independent company.

To accommodate increased demand, longtime Seaview managers Jason Romesburg, Ian Smith and Jason Abrahamsen have formed a new company to manufacture and distribute Seaview’s marine mounting products.

Romesburg and Abrahamsen have managed Seaview for 16 years.

The team has a combined 50-plus years in the marine industry and is planning to expand the Seaview line, while increasing production in a larger facility in eastern Washington.

"We are excited about our new roles with Seaview and look forward to developing new opportunities for growth well into the future,” said Seaview president Romesburg in a statement.

Relocating to a larger facility in Liberty Lake, Wash., will provide more space for growth and keep costs down. 

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