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Actuant Electrical names Southeast sales rep

Actuant Electrical announced the addition of Summit Marine Sales to its North American marine sales representation team.

Summit will represent the entire line of Marinco and Mastervolt electrical products in the Southeast region of the United States, including Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee.

“We are excited to have this caliber of sales agency represent our multiple marine product brands in this strategically important territory. With their extensive sales knowledge and technical expertise, Summit Marine Sales will bring a higher level of technical sales and engineering support, providing best-in-class service to our valued customers,” Kevin Meister, sales leader for the Marinco and Mastervolt recreational product brands, said in a statement.

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