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Hubbell Marine adds new sales rep

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Hubbell Marine Electrical Products named the S.M. Osgood Co. as its newest independent representative.

Hubbell makes marine electrical components that include shore power inlets, cablesets, adapters, plugs, connectors, weatherproof plates, ground fault receptacles and accessories.

"We are pleased to add S.M. Osgood to our team," Hubbell director of marine marketing and sales Joe DiMaria said in a statement. "They have an excellent track record of supporting marine equipment manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers."

Founded in 1960 by Bud Osgood and based in Eden Prairie, Minn., S.M. Osgood brings ideas and innovations directly to its customers with a mobile display trailer. The company covers a 15-state territory in the central United States.

"We are dedicated to representing the manufacturer and servicing the customer, and look forward to helping Hubbell continue to grow," company principal Tim Luehmann said in a statement.

He is a past president of the National Marine Representatives Association. Hubbell also is a member.

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