Allen Schneider and Ted Bodtmann

Allen Schneider and Ted Bodtmann

Si-Tex Marine Electronics in the US has launched a new corporate website. The new site celebrates the company’es 40th anniversary.

The site (www.si-tex.com) has been designed for easy navigation, helping boaters, mariners and dealers get the information they need. Visitors can quickly download full product catalogues, specification sheets and price lists, and connect with the company’s active social media stream.

For four decades Si-Tex has deliver proven technology and rugged, reliable marine electronics that perform in real-world conditions.

Today, the company offers a full line of electronics including professional-grade radar systems, high-performance sonar, MFD chartplotter/sounder/radars, precision GPS navigation systems, heading sensors, autopilots, VHF communications and more.

Industry experts

Si-Tex president Ted Bodtmann has been with Si-Tex since the start, beginning his industry career in 1967 with Ra-Com Electronics before moving over to Si-Tex.

Allen Schneider, the company’s VP of Sales Allen Schneider has worked in the marine electronics industry since 1973. He first joined Si-Tex in 1985 as northeast sales manager and was at Simrad/Navico from 1998 until 2008. Schneider re-joined the company when it opened the current headquarters in Long Island, New York in 2009,. He has played an instrumental role in the company’s recent success and growth.

Service manager Chuck Finch is another integral member of the Si-Tex team, bringing with him a wealth of product, technical and customer experience dating back more than 25 years.

During this time, Finch has been a technician, worked as a director for a manufacturer, managed service departments and even opened his own marine electronics dealership.

In addition to the full roster of Si-Tex products, the company also handles all US sales, service and customer support for leading Japanese marine electronics manufacturer Koden. Among its many products are a variety of IMO-Wheelmarked systems engineered for SOLAS-classified vessels.