C-Quip launches new website platform

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Leading supplier of marine equipment, C-Quip, has launched a new website with improved functionality.

The new website is the primary showcase for C-Quip’s wide range of marine equipment selected from its international manufacturing partners. Anyone can view the products online, with trade account holders able to log in and place orders, see live trade pricing and enjoy the additional benefits and offers from this web-based system.

C-Quip is a trade-only marine equipment distributor, so account applications can now be made directly from this new site. End users can also utilise its new search facility to find their preferred chandlery outlet or trade partner for retail purchases.

There is also a new product search facility for its range of navigation lighting. The new feature enables users to search by specific parameters such as light type, input voltage, certification, visibility etc.

This is in addition to C-Quip’s standard search facility using part number or name and will be extended to other ranges in due course.

Established in 1987, C-Quip supplies marine equipment to boat builders, boat yards, marinas, chandlery shops and riggers, with a focus on delivering ‘exceptional quality lighting and marine fittings’.

Earlier this year, C-Quip partnered with Hella Marine to introduce the New Zealand firm’s products in the C-Quip catalogue.

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