Michigan Wheel Marine adds Dubai division

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Michigan Wheel Marine recently established a new division in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The new company will trade under the name Michigan Wheel Marine - MEAA (Middle East, Africa & Asia), and will provide regional service and support for customers throughout the Middle East, Africa and the Subcontinent.

Michigan Wheel - MEAA will provide after-sales support, marketing, technical sales and design services, complemented by inventory warehousing, workshop and propeller-repair facilities.

The opening of the new division follows the establishment of Michigan Wheel Marine - Europe, which was set up in 2003 and provides a similar service to its network of European customers.

Michigan Wheel Marine is based in Grand Rapids, Mich., and manufactures Michigan, Federal and HyTorq propellers, and a full line of outboard and sterndrive replacement props.

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