Nauti-Tech becomes exclusive Marpower dealer

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Nauti-Tech Systems, manufacturer of marine power handling equipment, is now the exclusive Marpower dealer in North America.

The agreement expands the company's ability to service large vessels with unique power needs, including ships and superyachts.

"Marpower products are fully customizable to the application and widely scalable, so they're quite complementary to what we offer," said Nauti-Tech Systems president Jack Brunier in a statement. "By becoming their dealer in the U.S. and Canada, we have the ability to assist owners and builders of very large vessels in developing shore and onboard power systems.”

Netherlands-based Marpower, an Eekels brand within the family of TBI companies, develops and manufactures custom electrical engineering solutions.

Working in the commercial and recreational marine and offshore oil and gas sectors, it offers electric propulsion drive systems, energy automation and related equipment. The company's power converters have been installed in workboats and premier yachts for eight years.

Nauti-Tech Systems offers a wide range of marine electronics. Its equipment is used on recreational boats, megayachts, and commercial and naval vessels worldwide.

Additionally, it's the master dealer for E-Plex and distributor for FMC GlobalSat marine wireless and satellite Internet service.

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