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Ocean Link certified by Böning

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Ocean Link, a Rhode Island-based marine plumbing retailer and service provider, is now certified by the Böning Group, of Germany, to sell, service and install ship automation products. Available products include a smart bridge with touchscreen control for ships’ systems, alarm and monitoring systems, display panels, and control units.

Ocean Link’s technicians have been trained by Böning in the customization, installation, programming and servicing of the company’s entire smart electronics product line, according to the company. For smaller yachts, a Böning package may include engine and systems monitoring, data displays, and alarms. For larger yachts, Böning can provide a complete smart bridge solution that connects most any system into one central point with graphic displays and touchscreen controls.

“Many of the systems we currently sell and install on yachts can be integrated into Böning’s monitoring packages,” stated Terri Cortvriend, owner and manager of Ocean Link.

For more information, visit oceanlinkinc.com.

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