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MPI Marine Electronics adds Florida location

MPI Marine Electronics opened a new location in Naples, Fla., dedicated to marine electronics, audio/video and networking.
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MPI Marine Electronics, a subsidiary of boat and yacht service provider Marine Professionals, opened a new location in Naples, Fla., dedicated to marine electronics, audio/video and networking.

Certified by the National Marine Electronics Association and the American Boat and Yacht Council, the new operation is led by MPI president and founder Marc Curreri and marine electronics technician Jake Goodyear.

“MPI has been providing highly specialized and custom marine technology solutions for 20 years in Fort Lauderdale,” Curreri said in a statement.

“Through our regular communications with customers, partners, suppliers, and boatyards there, as well as our knowledge of the Florida marine business, we identified Naples as the ideal place to expand this particular niche, by opening an additional location exclusively dedicated to it. We are very excited to now officially be an active member of the Naples business and marine landscape through MPI Marine Electronics.”

The company offers targeted technology through its Connected Yacht concept.


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