Jan 30, 2019 Boat Business

THE CONTINUING EXPANSION of the Tauranga marine industry, along with the opening of the new Tauranga Marine Precinct, has prompted Lusty & Blundell Ltd to move its Tauranga branch into new, larger premises at Sulphur Point.

The branch, at 26 Marsh Street, is a full support and supply centre for L&B’s range. These include Raymarine and Vesper AIS marine electronics; Ocean Signals’ rescueME safety range; Xylem’s Jabsco and Rule pumps and water handling solutions; Muir winches; Westerbeke generators; Steelhead cranes; Blue Sea Electrical components; Betta Lead Crystal Batteries; CTEK battery charging and monitoring; Ultraflex steering solutions; Naiad Stabilisers and a large electrical cable range, to name just a few.

Tauranga branch manager Morgan Brodie says the handy new location, longer opening hours and larger service facility will allow L&B to better service the area’s expanding marine industry and growing number of commercial and recreational boaters and fishers.

The branch is open Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 5.00pm, ph (07) 927-9270.