Good start to 2019 for C-Quip
2019 has been a year of frustrating variance for C-Quip and the marine industry in general.
For C-Quip, it started well but as the year progressed, it quickly fragmented into a much more mixed bag, explained MD Ian Cooke.
“Some sectors slowed whilst others gained momentum and whilst this clearly isn’t an issue limited to the marine industry, it is one that will continue to unify the country until we vote for a new government and hopefully find a way forward through BREXIT,” he said.
For C-Quip, the focus has been on the products the company is good at.
Stainless steel deck equipment, hardware, lighting and chandlery have been complimented by new carbon fittings and maintenance products from SLEEK.
In addition, boarding systems, crane’s, davits, radar poles and bow-sprits have been added from Båtsystem in Sweden.
“Båtsystem also offers a fantastic range of marine lighting that will be available from C-Quip alongside another new supplier of premium marine lighting, Hella Marine,” said Ian.
“Add these to our existing lighting from Aqua Signal, Glamox, Peters & Bey, Light Partner, Rigid, Navisafe and others, it means C-Quip will have the most comprehensive range of marine lighting in the UK.”
The distributor continually seeks to expand its range with new products including wing cleats, pull-up cleats, carbon handrails, carbon canopy system, carbon pole light, leather cabinet latches, superyacht pad-eye and limousine tender lift points and polished stainless deck plates.
These are available to view on C-Quip’s website and in the company’s 2020 catalogue.
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