McMurdo adds East Coast sales rep

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McMurdo announced the appointment of ComMar Sales to represent the company’s range of EPIRB, PLB and AIS man-overboard devices on the East Coast.

U.K.-based McMurdo opened its Americas headquarters, U.S. warehouse and distribution center in Beltsville, Md., in September. Local assembly, light manufacturing and repair services will begin there in 2015.

“We’re pleased to announce the addition of one of the most widely respected and experienced marine electronics sales and support organizations to the McMurdo team in the U.S.,” McMurdo vice president of sales for the Americas Randel Maestre said in a statement.

“This is another important step in the process of implementing our comprehensive, coordinated sales and marketing strategy for one of the world’s most important markets for our search-and-rescue products.”

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