Oct 30, 2018

Nauticon Landnsea PartnershipNAUTIC-ON has announced the selection of Land ‘N’ Sea as their wholesale distributor serving North America. Land ‘N’ Sea will sell NAUTIC-ON’s Onboard System to dealers in its authorized region. Land ‘N’ Sea is a premier wholesale supplier of marine, RV, and powersports parts and accessories, with 19 distribution centers across the U.S. and Canada.

“Working with Land ‘N’ Sea means that our product will be presented by seasoned industry professionals that have strong customer relationships with a diverse group of marine dealers and service providers.” Says Lou Sandoval, NAUTIC-ON national business development director. "We are looking forward to working with dealers and boaters across the country to solve boating obstacles through Land ‘N’ Sea distribution channels that will transform the consumer boating experience.”

The NAUTIC-ON onboard system is a hardware kit that allows remote monitoring, and diagnostics so boaters can stay in touch with their boat's key systems 24/7 and easily share information with their service provider to resolve issues.
 
“We are extremely excited to participate in the growth of NAUTIC-ON and are ready to open up the distribution channel at our fall Land ‘N’ Sea shows,” says Mike Conners, Land ‘N’ Sea Vice President of National Sales. “We believe that NAUTIC-ON is a quality product and we are training our salesforce on the technology so that they can share the benefits of a product that will enhance the boating experience. Giving our customers access to this leading-edge technology product is an opportunity that we didn’t want to miss.”

For further information please visit: https://www.nautic-on.com.

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