Acmar Marina Industries introduces a new addition to its line of power pedestals, the Ikatere Power Pedestals are available for custom configuration depending on the size of the vessel it will be servicing.
Accmar Ikatere Mega 60” can be equipped with the following: single or three phase power ranging from 200 Amp to 20 Amp, LED lights illuminating each point of connection, electric and water meter, inlet for pump out station, standard color white or bronze; however customs colors are available.
Acmar Marina Industries will be at the Miami International Boat Show, from Thursday Feb. 16th to Monday Feb.20th at booth C594.
In sharp contrast to delivery of large utility pedestals to an operator in ice-bound Alaska a year ago, US power pedestal manufacturer Accmar Equipment continues to prove that its units are equally durable in extreme heat by winning its third and most prestigious contract in the Middle East.
Foreign boat buyers get matched with U.S. manufacturers at the upcoming Miami boat show
Accmar Equipment Co., a Kendall-based manufacturer of dock equipment, is also registered in the international program. The company manufactures such items as power pedestals for docks and marinas, fire safety equipment, boat fenders, dock ladders and other items, said Accmar President Juan Pizarro, who founded the company in 2007.
GDC Consulting Communications for Accmar Equipment Co.
Accmar Equipment to Highlight Latest Line of Products Services at 52nd Annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, October 27-31, 2011
Company Records Strong Growth, Particularly in the International Markets.
The power of the co-operative
A newly formed company established by EMP Industries to bring marina products from major suppliers under one quality-conscious umbrella, created considerable interest at this year´s International Marina & Boatyard Conference (IMBC) 30th january - 1st february , Florida.
by Bill Moses
The electrical power pedestal has evolved over the years into more than just shore power for boats. The power pedestal is rapidly becoming a “utility pedestal,” which includes metered power, TV, telephone, Internet, water hose bibs, sometimes with water meters, and other utility hook-ups like in-slip sewer pumpout service.