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Kannad Marine website French language version now online

French WebsiteA French language version of Kannad Marine’s new look website is now live at The new site offers a complete information portal with improved accessibility for French speaking customers. Visitors to the site will now be able to access, in French, full details of Kannad Marine’s range of emergency location beacon products, as well as downloadable content, including brochures, distributor details, and all the latest news from Kannad Marine.

Kannad Marine is a McMurdo Ltd brand, specialising in the leisure marine market, it is a result of the French Orolia Group acquiring  Kannad SAS and McMurdo Ltd at the end of 2009, the brand is already well established in the French market. Kannad Marine’s product range includes a number of emergency location beacons, including SARTS, AIS SARTS, EPIRBS and PLBS.

The Kannad Marine product portfolio includes the SOLO PLB, the world's smallest robust personal location beacon, which is part of the SafeLink product range offering advanced features to improve personal safety at sea. Visitors to have the opportunity to win this unique product in a special competition, and they can now complete the online entry form in French. The judges are looking for adventurous individuals or teams undertaking the most innovative and unusual challenges, and will award a SOLO PLB each month to the most deserving applicants. Past winners have included Olly Rofix, a leukemia survivor undertaking a round-Britain sailing charity challenge, and Stephane Rousson, an extreme Arctic adventurer. 

Claire Morby, Marketing Co-ordinator for McMurdo Ltd, comments; “We are pleased to launch the French language version of With its new look and extensive information, the website will form an effective and comprehensive portal for us to share information with our French speaking customers. The site is in continual development, and further enhanced content is planned, including a ‘How to’ range of videos, which will be of real benefit to visitors.”