AC Marine Chooses U.S. Distributor

MarineElectronics.com
Tuesday, February 11, 2014

AC Marine, a Danish manufacturer of marine antennas, antenna mounts, and other associated products has appointed GEMECO Marine Accessories as its exclusive distributor for the United States.

“We chose GEMECO based on the company’s strong technical know-how and proven success in sales and marketing to key marine markets,” stated Claus Matthiesen, Managing Partner of AC Marine. “Over the years we have learned the importance of being appropriately selective in choosing distributor partners. GEMECO’s proven track record made them the top candidate in one of our largest markets.”

GEMECO is a wholesale distributor of marine accessories to thousands of marine electronics dealers throughout the U.S.A. and abroad. The company, founded 35 years ago, is based in Lake City, South Carolina. In addition to being the largest worldwide distributor of AIRMAR transducers, GEMECO offers products from over 150 manufacturers including NMEA 2000 networking components, radar mounts, antenna and GPS mounts, electrical and wiring accessories, hard-to-find and specialty marine connectors, as well as a broad range of installation and diagnostic tools.

Peter Braffitt, General Manager of GEMECO commented, “This exciting partnership with AC Marine is consistent with our strategy of representing the top brands and absolute highest quality products. Our ability to offer innovative solutions backed by our renowned technical capability provides our customers with a value-added package that boosts their success. We’re pleased to have formalized our relationship with AC Marine and are honored to be representing them in the U.S. market.”
 

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