Newman joins Martek

Mar 6, 2014 by Guest Writer

Martek of Palm Beach, a marine electronics engineering and support company based in Stuart, Fla., has hired Scott J. Newman as director of superyacht sales.



Previously southeast sales and development manager of VSAT internet sales for LinkScape, Newman also worked with Larry Smith Electronics and Radio Holland USA.



Martek of Palm Beach creates electronic systems and is a National Marine Electronics Association Certified Master Dealer. Every equipment connection is compliant with the NMEA Installation Standards; every wire is labeled and tied back to Martek’s accurate as-built drawings and documentation package, which provides a troubleshooting resource for crew.

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