Electronic Navigation Ltd (ENL) is New Zealand's premier marine electronics company.
Founded in 1946, ENL is a privately-owned company that has earned a solid reputation for genuine service, innovation and supplying quality marine electronic products, with over 60 years experience within the marine industry.
ENL were certified with ISO9001 in 2006 and continue to improve processes and procedures to maintain our high standard of service.
ENL employs a total of 45 people with technical capability and marine experience, with over half the staff have some form of technical qualifications from MSc through to NZCE as well as a number of ex-Navy members.
There are four key components to ENL's business operations:
Importing and distribution of marine electronics
Value added products & services to the NZ commercial fishing and export markets
Systems integration with a focus on superyachts
Technology development focusing on Niche markets.
July 2014 - ENL & FURUNO have announced that FURUNO will take an initial 10% shareholding in ENL and its wholly owned subsidiary WASSP Ltd.
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