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Australian Marine Wholesale to launch at Sanctuary Cove 2011

by Errol Cain on 16 May 2011
Australian Wholesale Marine managing director Errol Cain with the new Sea Recovery Aqua Matic desalinator Australian Marine Wholesale Errol Cain www.amwholesale.com.au
Australian Marine Wholesale will officially launch at the 2011 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show in May and announce that AMW has been appointed as the exclusive importer and distributor for the Sea Recovery range of water makers.

Sea Recovery is the world’s leading watermaker manufacturer having manufactured the most innovative and intuitive watermakers for the past 30 years.

Marine electronics expert Errol Cain is proud to open AMW at the Gold Coast Marine Centre in Coomera.

Errol has an engineering background and brings with him 22 years marine industry experience.

'We are thrilled to be launching AMW at our home show, which is one of Australia’s premiere boat shows,' Errol said.

'The timing is right and the marine industry is showing signs of recovery so we are extremely excited to be launching at Sanctuary Cove.'

Errol said AMW would import and distribute high quality marine lighting and navigational equipment among other leading marine brands and products.

'At AMW we are proud to be the importer and distributor of world leading products, such as Sea Recovery, which are available to anyone, anywhere in Australia. Errol has supervised the installation of high quality marine electronics and products into thousands of luxury cruisers and is highly respected within the boating industry.

AMW is a family owned and operated business which is dedicated to providing industry leading products to a range of vessels from 30 foot sailing and motor vessels through to super yachts.

'We have big plans for our future and in five years time my goal is to be represented in every state of Australia with a dealer network spanning the nation and hopefully Asia.'

Australian Marine Wholesale (AMW) is committed to providing industry leading products and rapid service. For more information visit AMW at Gold Coast Marine Centre, Unit 2, Building J, Beattie Road, Coomera, Queensland or or call 07 5561 7854 or 07 5582 0200.

More at www.amwholesale.com.au
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