Visitors to this year’s Miami International Boat Show will see the new Dometic water pavilion at the pier with wide range of products the company offer presented. Industry leading SeaStar steering systems along with popular HVAC solutions and Dometic Blinds window covering portfolio will be featured in the newly build pavilion.
In addition to two exhibition areas, Dometic provides three demo boats for its customers to experience the power of high-performance marine steering systems supported by industry leading engineering and innovations.
All new products are digitally connected and managed by Dometic Digital Switching MDI. Visitors can easily adjust settings, change temperatures, open and close blinds by one remote controller.
Eric Fetchko, President of Dometic Marine Americas says; “We hope to promote the vision of new Dometic Marine to this year’s visitors at the show. SeaStar’s industry leading products have now got new façade and newly built water pavilion will feature them together with legacy Dometic products in a harmonic way.
“This is a beginning of a new phase of Dometic Marine and the group. We continue to innovate, engineer and provide smart solutions for our customers. I sincerely hope kind support from our customers for our journey.”
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Note to Editors
Dometic is a global market leader in branded solutions for mobile living in the areas of Food & Beverage, Climate, Power & Control, Safety & Security and Hygiene & Sanitation. Dometic operates in the Americas, EMEA and Asia Pacific, providing products for use in recreational vehicles, trucks and premium cars, pleasure and workboats, and for a variety of other uses. Our motivation is to create smart and reliable products with outstanding design. We sell our products in approximately 100 countries and we have a global distribution and dealer network in place to serve the aftermarket. Dometic employs approximately 7,200 people worldwide, had net sales of more than SEK 18.5 billion (USD 2.0 billion) in 2019 and is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.