MagicEzy, AB Marine Join Forces

By Eric Haun
Monday, June 16, 2014

MagicEzy, Australian manufacturer of new 9-Second Chip Fix, Hairline Fix and Mega Fusion, has signed on with Newport, Rhode Island-based marine products distributor AB Marine to bring its repair products to the North American boating market.

MagicEzy 9-Second Chip Fix is a nano filler that structurally fixes and colors chips, scratches, nicks and gouges in fiberglass boats in seconds — without harsh fumes or the need for mixing two-part formulas. MagicEzy Hairline Fix is a nano sealant and binder developed to seal and color fine scratches and stress cracks in one application. Hairline Fix was recently recognized by U.S.-based marine trade journal Boating Industry as one of the Top Products for 2014. A third product, MagicEzy Mega Fusion Primer Sealant allows both of these surface repair products to be used on plastic, wood and aluminum surfaces, for easy, reliable repair jobs on PWCs, aluminum boats, kayaks or canoes.

AB Marine has a 20-year track record of bringing marine products to the marine industry, as well as American boaters. The company was founded by New Zealanders Steve Armitage and Chris Bouzaid, whose last initials form the basis for the name AB Marine. Their combined backgrounds in the marine industry and global sailing experience have helped AB Marine build a loyal following in the sailing industry. This business focus is an ideal match for MagicEzy products, given the reputation sailors have for keeping their vessels in Bristol condition. In addition to its distributorship, AB Marine also operates a retail store in Rhode Island, along with a website dedicated to connecting boaters nationwide with the finest available products and accessories.

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