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OSI Expands North Amerian Dealer Network

Offshore Systems International (OSI), a leader in Precise Electronic Marine Navigation Systems, announced the establishment of an extensive dealer network throughout N. America and Hawaii. The network will reportedly allow the company to serve the maritime community more effectively and will increase the company's market penetration. The following organizations were tapped by OSI: • Pacific Region: Navatek Electronics, Honolulu • Pacific Region & East Coast Region: Radar Services, Los Angeles, Portland & Ft. Lauderdale • Pacific Coast:Brian Woolf & Assoc., Walnut Creek, Calif. • Pacific Region & Atlantic Region: Raytheon Services Co., San Francisco (Maryland, Virginia, N.J.) • Gulf Coast: F.L. Radio, Metairie, La.

• Gulf Coast: G.S. Industries, Pasadena, Texas • Atlantic Coast: Seacoast Electronics, Jacksonville, Fla.

OSI also announced the sale of an ECPINS (Electronic Chart based Precise Integrated Navigation System) to Clipper Cruise Line.




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