We specialize in 110V, 220V, 380V, 440V – 50 / 60Hz 1 & 3 Ph Range Marine Appliances, Galley Products, and Electronics. No matter the scope, location, or quantity of your project, you can be confident that we will always put your needs first.
We represent global brands such as MAXX Marine, TEKO, ELECTROLUX PROFESSIONAL, ELECTROLUX MARINE, MAYTAG, PRIMUS, MABE, and SPEED QUEEN in the UAE as the only distributors of 60Hz appliances for the export, marine, and oil and gas industries. We provide the maritime industry, the oil and gas industry, the cruise line industry, and U.S. military installations. Appliances of various shapes and sizes, including washers, dryers, dishwashers, freezers, air conditioners, ovens, microwaves, and toasters, are part of our daily business in the Marine Sector.
Our dedication to quality, honesty, and professionalism in everything we do has earned us a dedicated consumer base. This involves shipping Marine goods and solutions to customers in the Middle East, North Africa (MENA), Europe, and the Far East. TEKO MARINE’s yearly growth has been stable since the company has established excellent ties with its clients and continues to provide goods that have stood the test of time. This is because we always do a comprehensive analysis of the needs of our clients and the products they purchase.
Our marine Ice Maker company is supported by a team of dedicated professionals who have worked in the UAE’s electronics and appliances business for an average of 31 years and are highly recommended for their expertise in this field. As far as we know, we are the only firm in the Middle East and Africa Region with the whole 110V-220V & 440V – 60Hz range in ex-stock at all times.
In the United Arab Emirates and across the Middle East, we are the exclusive owners of MAXX Marine and TEKO Appliances. Our main office is in Dubai, it’s close to either of our two warehouses in Al-Quoz or Jebel Ali. Since its inception, TEKO MARINE has made every effort to uphold the pristine and committed reputation it has earned.
Refrigerator for Boats
This beer is room temperature, and we’d like something colder. Frozen spinach is no longer an issue for us. The ice cream has a liquid component. The failure rate of refrigerators in homes and ships is minimal. They, however, must go when their time has come.
Forcing us into the marine refrigeration industry was our 20-year-old Norcold on our 42-foot trawler. Despite sometimes freezing goods that shouldn’t be frozen, it has done an excellent job chilling beer.
But lately, two things have begun to worry the team. The compressor appeared to be running nonstop, a sure sign that it was getting on in years. The constant hum of the Norcold in the galley was incredibly distracting late at night.
The most eyesore was the gigantic freezer box/ice tray area, which occupied about one-fifth of the space. Our yacht’s previous owner installed a refrigerator and an ice maker, so we seldom use its two Norcold ice cube trays. At first, it was unclear why he had rigged the Norcold with so much spare refrigeration space. Someone was probably strapped for finances and forced to improvise with what they had available.