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Raymarine signs deal with IBBI

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Raymarine announced that it will become the exclusive marine electronics supplier to the Independent Boat Builders Inc.'s 21-member network of boat brands.

The partnership, which starts March 1, will give IBBI members direct access to Raymarine's full line of marine electronics.

"We are proud to form a partnership with IBBI and we are committed to delivering the Raymarine advantage of leading-edge technology and integrated navigation systems to IBBI members," said Larry Rencken, Raymarine vice president of sales.

"When selecting a marine electronics supplier, IBBI uses the same criteria for selecting suppliers as it does for accepting members: a reputation for top quality and service, financial stability and integrity, and for industry leadership," IBBI president Tom Broy said. "Raymarine's commitment to innovative and quality electronics, along with their trusted OEM sales and support team, made them a natural fit for IBBI members."

Raymarine is a division of FLIR Commercial Systems and it supplies marine electronics to OEM boat manufacturers worldwide

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