New marine distribution company
A new marine distribution company has been formed – set up by former Ocean Safety directors Charlie Mill and Richard Besse and business partners Simon Sheehan and Glynne Benge.
SeaFront Marine Group encompasses three subsidiary companies: C-Front Trading, Spares Marine and YouBoat and will focus on the distribution, sales and servicing of marine products and spares.
“SeaFront Marine brings together a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the market and between the three companies we provide an extensive array of products, meeting needs of all boat users from hobby sailors to commercial boat users and operators,” explained Charlie.
C-Front Trading distributes boat maintenance products and paint consumables.
It is headed by Jack Sharland and Finley Mill and has been appointed as a Hempel paints distributor for commercial and professional applicators.
Spares Marine is an online company offering product information, support and spares.
It is run by Steve and Nikki Walker and can provide detailed technical drawings for many brands’ spare parts to be identified and provided.
In addition to spare parts, the company is also a service agent for McMurdo and Navionics.
YouBoat chandlery is headed by Simon and Jayne Sheehan, who have more than 25 years’ experience in marine retail.
The shop, based in Gosport, is supported by a 10,000sqft warehousing facility.
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