Technical Marine Supplies has seen record months during 2020, in particular with a rise in demand for its own Hamma stainless-steel rigging fittings and wire.
“The Hamma range is an important part of our business, and yet again we have seen an increase in demand from our European customers,” said TMS sales manager Nick Cook.
In 2021, TMS will offer new set reel lengths, each still with a traceable milling certificate.
In addition, the new range of wheel marked Navipro navigation lights from Mantagua have proved popular, due to their design and 45,000-hour service life.
As a Selden deck hardware distributor, the new E40i electric winch has been an addition to the range of technical products which TMS offers.
Watt and Sea’s POD600 hydro generator is now available with a composite leg, and TMS also has a new range of V3 furlers from Karver.
The new 2021 TMS catalogue will be available in Q1 and will feature these new developments.
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