Oct 2nd, 2018

Scrubbis Davis LogoScrubbis AB of Sweden is proud to announce a North American distribution partnership with renown marine experts Davis Instruments Corporation of the U.S.A. 

Industry veterans, Davis Instruments has acquired the exclusive sales and distribution rights to the Scrubbis line of boat hull care solutions. Beginning in September 2018, Davis Instruments proudly serves as the exclusive distributor of the Scrubbis product offerings throughout the USA, Canada and Mexico.

With more than 50 years of expertise producing and distributing innovative marine products, Davis Instruments and CEO Bob Selig have confirmed their confidence in a new, environmentally friendly line of hull cleaning tools developed by Scrubbis in the Nordic waters of Sweden.

Bob Selig, President and co-founder of Davis Instruments states, “I’m always keen to find the newest, most innovative and exciting products that the marine industry presents. It didn’t take long for me to see the potential in this unique line of products from Scandinavia.” Bob adds, “The fact that Scrubbis strives and succeeds in producing goods with the environment in mind made the decision all that much easier. Davis looks forward to working with our partners in Sweden.”

Scrubbis owner and engineer Hassan Yosef exclaims, “A dream scenario, Scrubbis has been established in Europe for over six years but we have only recently looked into the North American market. We are most pleased to have reached an agreement with the Davis team, a partnership with mutual interests. We are thrilled to be so well represented throughout the entire North America. The future is bright.”

For further information please visit: http://scrubbis.com/ or www.davisinstruments.com/.

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