Dr. Shrink adds distributor in Sweden

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Shrink-wrap supplier Dr. Shrink said it named Duells as its exclusive marine distributor for Sweden.

Based in Gothenburg, Duells also has a branch office in Östersund.

"We are the biggest distributor for marine service centers in Scandinavia and have wanted shrink wrap in our portfolio for several years," Duells marine division business unit manager Anna Lycke said in a statement.

"Our customers expect us to have the No. 1 brands in all categories, so now we are very pleased to work with the best in shrink wrap and accessories. We look forward to a long relationship with Dr. Shrink and are sure our customers will be more than satisfied."

Duells is Scandinavia's leading supplier of accessories, personal equipment and spare parts in the marine, motorcycle, motocross, bicycle, ATV and snowmobile markets. Focusing on international brands, its comprehensive range includes products from more than 2,500 retailers.

Dr. Shrink, Inc. is a full-service, full-circle supplier of premium shrink wrap and installation supplies and accessories.

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