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Weems & Plath signs OGM light deal

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Weems & Plath, an Annapolis-based manufacturer of nautical and weather instruments since 1928, has signed a worldwide licensing agreement with RevesOcean Network to manufacture and distribute the company’s Orca Green Marine brand of LED navigation lights, including the LX and Q collections.

“As the first USCG-approved LED navigation light in the world, the LX Collection has the longest history of LED navigation lights in the harshest ocean environment, so we are excited to team with Weems & Plath for the next level of growth,” stated Meghan Matthews, founder and CEO of Orca Green Marine.

The lights are made in the U.S. and have a lifetime warranty, according to a company press release.

“Weems & Plath is built on the principles of fostering safe boating and creating superior products for life aboard,” stated Weems & Plath President and CEO Mike Flanagan. “The addition of the OGM Series of LED Navigation lights aligns directly with this mission.”

RevesOcean Network, also headquartered in Annapolis, designs, makes and sells LED lighting and energy-harvesting products for marine and other remote, harsh environments. This year the company is focusing on a series of new energy-harvesting technologies to interconnect with its LED lighting system and take sustainable coastal life to the next level, according to the company.

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