Superior Jetties and Sunstream Boat Lifts have announced a strategic partnership to distribute and market Sunstream boat and personal watercraft lifts in Queensland, Australia.
Superior will introduce Sunstream Boat Lifts to the Australian public at the 2012 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show (SCIBS), 24-27 May.
Superior Jetties managing director John Hogan said the partnership was an excellent fit with both Superior’s existing products and the company’s core values.
“Sunstream’s range of boat lifts are built using high-quality marine-grade aluminium, stainless steel and rotomolded polyethylene,” Mr Hogan said.
“These are materials and components we work with at Superior so we know the products are of the highest standard.
“Sunstream boat lifts offer a great return on investment… they have solar charging options and are backed by a three-year warranty, which are aspects that suit Superior’s values of sustainability and service commitment.”
Products on display at SCIBS will include FloatLift – free-floating hydraulic boat lift up to 11T featuring solar charging and remote control operation; SunPort2 – drive-on PWC lift; and the new V-Lift – portable free-floating air-displacement boat lift.
The new Sunstream V-Lift was launched at the recent Miami International Boat Show and won the 2012 NMMA Innovation Award. A free-floating boat lift, the option of solar charging means it can be used almost anywhere a boat could be moored.
Sunstream Boat Lifts president Ken Hey said the company was looking forward to serving the Queensland market.
“Our remote-controlled products offer fastest-in-class launch and lift speeds and come with a solar-charging option, making them both user and environmentally friendly,” he said.
Other Sunstream products include SunLift – a free-standing hydraulic boat lift up to 11T; and DockJock – a dock-mounted track-lift for small craft.