Jamestown Distributors To Supply Products to Northeast US

Press Release
Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Jamestown Distributors announced today that Jamestown will supply Dolphinite’s full product line to boat builders, boatyards and dealers in the northeastern states of the US. The Dolphinite product line includes color match gelcoat and Dolphinite’s complementary suite of boat care and repair products.


The announcement was made at the opening of the 2012 International Boatbuilders Exhibition and Conference (IBEX) at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville (booth 525). Headquartered in Bristol, Rhode Island, Jamestown Distributors has been a leading supplier of boat building, repair and maintenance products since 1977.


Dolphinite’s repair and maintenance product line includes the GelMatch™ Gelcoat Color Matching System, providing the industry’s only OEM color-matched Gelcoat for boats manufactured since 1984, and in some case as early as 1967, available for custom order with priority shipment available – in some cases within 24 hours. GelMatch is currently available for 20 top boat manufacturers. Over 200 manufacturers will be available by December 1, 2012.


Dolphinite Gelcoat, resins, putties, cleaners and waxes utilize high quality ingredients and provide the usability, luster, and superior protection to meet the most stringent marine industry requirements. Gelcoats, resins and putties are available for immediate order. Waxes and cleaners will be available by December 1, 2012.

 

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