China’s Genuine Marine to exhibit its marine components at Seawork
One of the world’s foremost marine component manufacturers, Genuine Marine, which is headquartered in the Jinri Science Park in Zhuhai, China, will be exhibiting at Seawork International in July.
Genuine Marine has been manufacturing and supplying a range of marine electric panels, tinned wiring, LED lighting as well as other high-end quality electrical and elastomer products since 2004.
The company has a number of specialisations, including the design and manufacture of standard and custom-made EVA fenders for its global world-wide client-base. Its EVA fender is coated with polyurea elastomer for life-long function and widely used in workboats, leisure craft and patrol boats.
The company also manufactures stainless steel 316 gas springs which are available in different stroke and extended lengths. Standard and custom-made stainless steel and aluminum portlights are also produced by Genuine Marine, all of which are to IP65 standard and CE certified.
In addition to as its own brand, Genuine Marine also promotes products from Vimar, Carling, Parker, HT Hose and Racor.
James Georgechen, Marketing Director of Genuine Marine comments, “Seawork International is a wonderful event for Genuine Marine to showcase its products, meet quality potential customers and source new products. We hope to continue to be part of the event in the coming years and wish great success to both companies. Seawork International and Genuine Marine are a perfect match.”
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