OceanLED names new superyacht manager

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OceanLED said William Banning joined its U.S. team in the role of superyacht manager, with the primary objective of growing the company’s superyacht business.

“As we’ve experienced growth in the superyacht category, it was time to bring in a qualified candidate to strengthen the company’s position in the superyacht market,” U.S. general manager Don DeMott said in a statement. “We are fortunate to have found William, as his expertise in different sectors of the marine electronics and yachting industries will be invaluable to all involved.”

Banning joins the OceanLED team with experience in new sales, project management and client retention.

“My ability to relate with and communicate with vessel captains, engineers and yacht managers, coupled with understanding the unique needs this segment of the market requires and expects, is key,”Banning said.

He will be based at OceanLED’s USA headquarters at the Lauderdale Marine Center in Fort Lauderdale.

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