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Power Products acquires ProMariner


Power Products acquired Professional Mariner (ProMariner). Based in Portsmouth, N.H., ProMariner designs and manufactures electronic onboard marine charging systems, ABYC compliant galvanic isolation products, TruePower marine inverters, marine binoculars, and accessories.

“The acquisition of ProMariner further builds and strengthens our portfolio of leading global power electronic products and brands,” said David Scheer, CEO-Power Products.

ProMariner will continue operations in its existing location under the current leadership team as the new partnership works to grow synergies within the current marine and mobile division.

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