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Eric C. Goodwin was appointed assembly manager at Regulator Marine.

Goodwin will lead the day-to-day post-lamination construction and assembly efforts for Edenton, N.C.-based Regulator. He has been with the company for nearly six years and most recently headed the engineering efforts in the assembly department.

He also served in critical engineering roles in the launch of Regulator’s new 30-foot Express and the introduction of the builder’s 2009 34-foot center console.

“Eric has a solid boatbuilding engineering background. In addition to helping us improve our ongoing management of quality and on-time delivery, he will also play a critical role in assisting us to achieve the continuous improvement of our line of sportfishing boats,” said Joan Maxwell, president of Regulator Marine.

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