CMC Marine is proud to announce an important partnership agreement concluded a few weeks ago with Stella Marine, the well-established Australian provider of integrated engineering, installation and construction solutions for private and commercial yachts.
As a result, the Australian company established in 2003 joins numerous other service centres worldwide as a sales and assistance point for CMC Marine products.
Stella Marine is headquartered in southeastern Queensland and already works on various assistance and distribution projects for the stabilisation systems designed and built by CMC Marine, including the recent Waveless for yachts in the 12- to 40-metre range.
One example is the STAB40 stabiliser fins that will soon be fitted to an Australian owner’s Falcon 86, while on the assistance side of the business, the Mangusta GS 54.01 is now undergoing periodical servicing of its Dualis and Stabilis Electra 160 electric stabilisation systems by a team of Australian experts at the Rivergate Marina & Shipyard.
Stella Marine CEO Gary Cooper said of the new agreement, “CMC Marine is a solid company with an international footprint. The brand leads the superyacht stabiliser market and unanimous approval of its products has encouraged us to add this prestigious name to our already long list.”
Cooper’s comments were echoed by Alessandro Cappiello, founder and CEO of CMC Marine: “Oceania is a very interesting market for the yacht industry, and I am proud to consolidate our presence on the continent, providing yet another confirmation of the excellence of Made in Italy products worldwide.”
Cappiello continued, “Stella Marine is a competent and reliable partner, building on long experience, widespread recognition and an extensive local presence.”
The company led by Cooper represents various component brands and brings consolidated expertise to the area of stabilisation systems.
While on the one hand, this new agreement forms part of the brand’s unprecedented internationalisation process, on the other, following close on the heels of the agreement with the New Zealand-based service centre Lighthouse Marine, it represents another step forward in its drive across this entire continent, which is of growing importance for the world yacht industry.