Official SeaDek Press Release:
Rockledge, FL (April 13, 2017) -With international demand surging, SeaDek announces the certification of ten new SeaDek Certified Installers in New Zealand. Working in partnership with SeaDek Certified Fabricator Batavian Rubber, the new Installers will be strategically located to provide custom SeaDek patterning and installation for boat builders, marinas, and end-users.

Members of SeaDek's ownership recently traveled alongside SeaDek factory CAD technicians to Batavian's New Zealand headquarters to conduct a rigorous training program for the new installers, which included in-depth hands-on instruction on SeaDek's digital patterning processes, CAD design, and advanced installation techniques, preparing them for the most demanding SeaDek applications in the field.

From Invercargill in the South to Auckland in the North, there will now be comprehensive coverage of SeaDek Certified Installers throughout the country. Thanks to the addition of these new Certified Installers, customers will now benefit from dramatically reduced lead times.

A complete listing of SeaDek Certified Fabricators and Installers can be found at http://www.seadek.com/customseadek.aspx.

About SeaDek:


SeaDek manufactures a wide range of EVA non-skid products for OEM boat builders, aftermarket customers, and dealers. In addition to custom products, SeaDek offers an extensive line of retail items, including DIY sheet material, anti-fatigue helm station pads, coaming bolsters, and more. As a safe and comfortable alternative to molded-in non-skid, paint-on textures, and other marine traction products currently available, SeaDek provides exceptional traction and aesthetically pleasing stylistic options. Made in the USA from UV protected non-absorbent EVA foam, SeaDek utilizes an acrylic-based 3Mô pressure sensitive adhesive for a lasting bond and simple peel-and-stick application. In 2014, SeaDek became an employee owned company with the implementation of an ESOP profit sharing plan. With a wide array of colors, textures, and thicknesses available, there is a place for SeaDek on every boat. Learn more at www.seadek.com.