Blue Sea Systems Receives Awards at NMDA S.T.E.P. Conference

Posted on: 8/10/2016 11:00:00 AM

Industry trade group recognizes company's commitment to their customers

BELLINGHAM, WA --- (August 3, 2016) Blue Sea Systems, a Bellingham based manufacturer of marine electrical systems, earned three awards at the annual National Marine Distributor Association (NMDA) conference, including 1st Runner-Up of the prestigious Platinum Supplier of the Year award.

NMDA distributor members vote to determine the awards, which were presented July 23 at the Supplier of the Year luncheon in Chicago.

The awards are:

  • Platinum Supplier of the Year: 1st Runner-Up
  • Best All-Around Packaging
  • Supply Chain Standards Efficiency

All NMDA distributor members nominate and vote for this award and specific criteria are scored.

“At Blue Sea, we place tremendous value in the relationships we have with our customers.” Said Dave Johnson, Senior VP. “While there is always room to improve, we are honored by the recognition received from our industry partners.”

About the National Marine Distributors Association

The National Marine Distributors Association (NMDA) was founded in 1964 and consists of wholesale distributors, manufacturers, and manufacturer’s reps. The NMDA’s mission is to improve the business conditions of wholesale distributors of marine accessories and of the marine industry. The NMDA fosters cooperation among members to improve the productivity, profitability, and performance of members’ business through seminars, conferences and other educational opportunities. Additional information is available at

About Blue Sea Systems

Blue Sea Systems was founded in 1992 based on a commitment to create innovative high quality marine electrical products to improve the safety, simplicity, and reliability of boating. Blue Sea Systems employees are active boaters who apply their passion to designing, developing, and building products that enhance the experience of boaters. For specific product information and to learn more about Blue Sea Systems, visit