Changing Places


Pro-Line Boats appointed Nick Miller as its director of marketing and dealer development.

Miller started with Pro-Line Boats in 1986 as an assembly worker and served in many positions for Pro-Line and Donzi prior to his 2003 departure. At the time he left the company, he was director of marketing for American Marine Holding's boat companies, Pro-Line Boats and Donzi Marine.

After leaving the company, he spent several years traveling as a trainer and consultant.

"Nick did an excellent job for us during his first 17 years. Not only did he work in nearly every department, he eventually worked his way into sales and marketing," COO John Walker said in a statement. "His talents lend themselves to my directive of growing our business. Nick implemented the first worldwide dealer training program within the boating industry and was responsible for building the brand equity of our product and our companies."

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Eddy Hernandez joined manufacture's rep E&P Marine as its new process improvement director.

Hernandez, who has worked in the marine industry for more than 30 years, will be responsible for developing and executing new strategies in support of worldwide expansion.

Previously with Bertram Yachts, Hernandez has held positions in manufacturing control and supply chain management.

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Marine Exhaust Systems Inc. brought on Michael DeAngelo as a technical sales/applications engineer.

In his new position, DeAngelo will bolster Marine Exhaust Systems' international market growth, custom project acquisition, government contracts and relations, as well as its megayacht business.

He previously served as vice president/chief technical officer for DeAngelo Marine Exhaust.

Founded in 1973, Marine Exhaust Systems manufactures complete diesel exhaust system packages from turbo to transom.


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