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Moeller Marine names aftermarket sales manager

Fuel tank manufacturer Moeller Marine Products said it named Kevin Kyle as its aftermarket sales manager.

Fuel tank manufacturer Moeller Marine Products said it named Kevin Kyle as its aftermarket sales manager.

The company said Kyle has worked in the marine industry for more than 28 years and most recently was the area sales manager for Northern Lights Inc., where his responsibilities included all recreational, commercial and industrial generator sales in the upper Midwest and Canada.

Kyle previously was the director of purchasing for Vita-Plate Battery, where he managed the purchasing and inventory of more than 13,000 SKUs for more than 140 vendors. He supervised a team of inside and outside sales reps as sales manager before becoming purchasing director.

Kyle began his career in retail sales at West Marine, and he was a technical sales representative for Interlux & Awlgrip Yacht Finishes for more than five years. He attended Bowling Green State University and served in the Navy.

“Kevin’s experience in the marine industry comprises retail sales and distribution, in addition to deep B2B sales experience. He understands the industry inside and out, and the entire Moeller team is thrilled to welcome him on board,” Moeller division president Doug Linder said in a statement.



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