Northport Systems and Marinefuel.com Announce Partnership

Press Release
Thursday, April 12, 2012

Toronto – Northport Systems Inc. and MarineFuel.com announced today that they have entered into a long-term partnership agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, the two companies will provide software solutions designed to extend and enhance MarineFuel.com’s service offerings. An e-commerce data portal which centralizes marina and marine fueling information for the U.S., Bahamas and the Caribbean, Marinefuel.com is a resource for digital and on-demand services regarding real-time fuel dock prices, marina travel logistics, and wholesale fuel brokerage.  

“Our partnership with Northport Systems is a natural next step in the evolution of MarineFuel.com’s development in the online and mobile markets,” said William McKenna, president and CEO of MarineFuel.com. “We are confident that Northport Systems’ team will provide solutions to enhance our customers’ access to the information and services we provide.”
 

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