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Pacific Maritime Solutions General Manager Damien Plahn.

Italian gyro stabilisation technology specialist Smartgyro has announced Pacific Maritime Solutions (PMS) appointment as its first dealer in Australia.

As the latest addition to Smartgyro’s growing dealer and distributor network across the world, the Queensland-based marine systems, engineering and hydraulics provider will be responsible for marketing and supplying the new SG range of advanced gyro stabilisers.

PMS focuses on equipping its customers with the latest technology from recognised brands, backed up by complete system design and installation services, emphasising exceptional service and expert support. Already established in the stabilisation market with its range of VETUS fin systems, its engineering and hydraulic capacity is augmented with a comprehensive range of further equipment, including thrusters, platforms, cranes, pumps, water-making and water treatment systems and exhaust systems.

YANMAR-backed Smartgyro is targeting the Australian market as a key region as it increases presence in the country and raises awareness about the unique performance, installation and maintenance benefits of its gyro stabilisers for OEMs, leisure boat owners and light-duty commercial operators.

PMS General Manager Damien Plahn said: “We are delighted to be selected by Smartgyro as a dealer. I believe the market-leading technology and design features incorporated into the SG range of gyro stabilisers offers our customers an exceptional solution to minimise boat roll and dramatically improve life onboard. The models also allow builders to work with a superior stabilisation brand and create new design possibilities. The Smartgyro range is a perfect fit within our current range of equipment, and I am very excited to use all our experience and contacts in the industry, start talking to customers and maximise opportunities for these innovative models.”

PMS will represent Smartgyro at the upcoming Sanctuary Cove Boat Show, where the SG40 and SG80 gyro stabilisers will be introduced to the Australian market for the first time.

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