Changing Places

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WheelHouse Technologies named Ian Morris its production manager.

The new role will include managing the production of all Wheelhouse fleet and yacht solutions and ensuring high quality and customer service. The company provides WheelHouse computerized maintenance management systems and SeaKits damage control and spare parts kits.

As a former project manager for a large trawler manufacturer, a mate on sportfishing vessels and trawlers and the captain of his own vessel, Morris brings skills in project management, customer support and yacht operation.

"We are very excited to have Ian aboard,” WheelHouse president and founder Barry Kallander said in a statement. “He is known in the long-range trawler market as knowledgeable, detail-oriented and personable."

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