Simrad and Suzuki Collaborate on Distribution Deal

Thursday, January 16, 2003
Simrad U.K. has been appointed as the official distributor of Suzuki Brand products into the U.K. and Ireland. The distribution deal allows Simrad to stock and sell Suzuki Marine products in both markets, greatly expanding the huge choice that Simrad already offers the fishing industry. Suzuki manufactures a range of low-cost searchlight Sonars and Echosounders, which perfectly compliment Simrad’s existing fishing product line. Aimed particularly at smaller trawlers, the Suzuki range is the perfect partner for Simrad, giving customers even more choice than before. The new range of Suzuki Marine products is available at Simrad dealers throughout the U.K. and Ireland now.
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