Si-Tex Adds Group to Sales Team

Press Release
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Photo: Si-Tex

Coastar Marketing, Inc. to Assist With SI-TEX Sales for Key Areas of Southeast U.S

Si-Tex Marine Electronics recently signed an agreement with manufacturers representative Coastar Marketing, Inc. to handle sales for the company’s full line of marine electronics products in several key regions of the Southeast U.S.

Based in Orange Park, Florida, Coastar Marketing specializes in the marine electronics business, and has the industry knowledge, contacts and experience to take Si-Tex sales to new levels in this key boating region.  Coastar will handle Si-Tex sales for Florida east of the Suwannee River, as well as the entire states of Georgia and South Carolina. It will also handle sales of Si-Tex’s Koden product line for the region’s robust commercial marine market.

Agency personnel Brad Good, Rob Solomon and Randy Morris have more than 75 years of combined experience encompassing all aspects of the marine electronics and boating industry, including manufacturing, retail, technical support, product development and more. This broad-based experience gives Coastar a unique perspective on the industry that allows it to better meet the needs of manufacturers and dealers alike.

Si-Tex recently released its latest full-line catalog, featuring a range of new-for-2013 products including the SNS700/1100 Series Multifunction Navigators, SVS-750 Sounder/Chartplotter, SRS-100 Autopilot Remote, CDK-11 Electronic Compass, SAILOR 6216 VHF DSC Class D radio, and more. Si-Tex offers a complete line of marine electronics for recreational and light commercial vessels, including professional grade echosounders, radar systems, autopilots, chartplotters, AIS, heading sensors, digital displays and communications.

www.si-tex.com
 

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