Sea-Fire Appoints UK Distributor

press release
Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Continuing to expand its vast worldwide network, Sea-Fire has appointed a new UK distributor.  Based in Southampton, England, Ocean Safety Ltd. specializes in marine safety equipment.


"We are delighted to partner with Ocean Safety," said Richard Duckworth, Sea-Fire business development manager for EMEA.  "They bring a wealth of experience and contacts in the recreational and commercial marine industries."
 

"Sea-Fire is a well-established manufacturer of innovative fire suppression equipment," said Mark Hart, Ocean Safety sales director  "We believe the brand is the best of its kind on the market." Ocean Safety has grown rapidly to serve a diverse range of customers, including ship and superyacht builders, racing and cruising yachts, and military craft.  High stock levels are maintained at facilities in Southampton and Devon, England, as well as Inverclyde, Scotland.
Sea-Fire suppression systems, manufactured in the USA and UK, are approved by all major class agencies.  They are the top choice of global marine recreational and commercial marine boatbuilders, Navies and the offshore industry.

 


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