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Propspeed Expands Operations

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New Zealand-based foul-release coatings manufacturer Propspeed named Rusty Morgan regional sales manager for the Pacific Northwest, where he’ll be tasked with driving growth in the area’s commercial sector, the company said in a statement.

Other new hires include Alan Ferland and Bobby Matos as managers of regional sales and technical support. Ferland will cover the Southeast, and Matos will serve the Gulf Coast region.

In the European market, Propspeed said it finalized partnerships for distribution in Italy, Holland and Germany, and with Quick, which will focus on global service.

The company said it is looking to fill roles in the French Mediterranean and Italian markets.

“At Propspeed, we are committed to our continual goal of being the world leader in protecting underwater assets and offering our customers globally the service they deserve,” CEO Chris Baird said in the statement.

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