Volvo Penta Appoints New Caribbean Dealers

Posted by Eric Haun
Thursday, December 12, 2013
Ron Huibers

Volvo Penta of the Americas today announced the appointment of Scotts Marine of Grand Cayman and Pirate Marine Hardware of Cozumel as full-line sales and service dealers.

Founded in 1985, Scotts Marine is a full-service marine center, offering a comprehensive range of boats, motors, trailers, batteries, gensets, parts, accessories and electronics, in addition to maintenance and service. The company is the authorized dealer for major brands including Volvo Penta partners Tiara Yachts, Cobalt and Starcraft. Scotts Marine is part of Scotts Industries Ltd., one of the largest suppliers of heavy construction equipment in the Cayman Islands. The company will provide sales, service and parts for Volvo Penta engines throughout the Cayman Islands.

Pirate Marine Hardware, based in Cozumel on the Mayan Riviera, provides a full range of services for the commercial and pleasure boating market. The company has a fully stocked store with a wide selection of parts, supplies and equipment from over 40 major boating brands. The full-service customer support department has extensive experience with engine maintenance and repair, as well as electrical systems, sanitary and plumbing systems, bottom jobs, standing rigging, sail repair, fiberglass, welding and electronics. Pirate Marine will offer sales, service and parts for Volvo Penta engines in the Cozumel and Cancun area in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico.

“The appointment of these two companies as full-line dealers strengthens our dealer network in the Caribbean and Latin America. Together we are dedicated to providing exceptional service to owners of Volvo Penta powered products,” said Ron Huibers, president of Volvo Penta of the Americas. “All of us at Volvo Penta join in welcoming Scotts Marine and Pirate Marine Hardware into our growing family of sales and service dealers across the Americas.”

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