GlobalTec expands in move to new location

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GlobalTec Solutions has a new address.

The company’s new offices are at 9351 I Philadelphia Road, Baltimore, MD 21237. Phone and email contact information remain the same.

The company said it added square footage for increased offices, secure stock space and a new product display area.

“This is the ideal time for us to expand,” Justin Roem, GlobalTec Solutions sales and marketing coordinator, said in a statement. “The marine markets are growing stronger every day and this move will enable us to serve our clients more effectively and efficiently.”

With offices in Baltimore and Portsmouth, United Kingdom, GlobalTec is a distributor of recreational and commercial marine and industrial equipment for brands such as Hydrotab, Wempe, Lumitec, Amare and Yachticon.

The company said it is “actively seeking dealers within many regions for several of its product lines.”

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