QMI-Multiflex Partners With Rep Firm

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Nashville, Tenn.-based marine manufacturers representative firm William F. Miller and Associates has partnered with QMI-Multiflex to represent the company in the South and the Midwest, the company said in a statement.

OEM supplier QMI-Multiflex provides a variety of products and accessories, including hydraulic and mechanical steering, control cables, steering wheels, tanks, hoses, dash panels and injection molded parts. It is based in Orangeburg, S.C.

“We are thrilled to be a part of this forward-thinking company, and are committed to a long, mutually beneficial relationship,” said William F. Miller and Associates president and owner

Hill Lenderman.

“I have always admired William F. Miller and Associates as an agency, with their proven legacy and reputation in the marine industry,” QMI-Multiflex CEO Russ Sinacore said. “The strength of their sales team and the skill set they bring to our company will help us launch our marine expansion both now and, in the future.”

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