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Quick Hits: July 3, 2020

Sarasota, Fla.-based Uflex USA — a manufacturer of marine mechanical, hydraulic and electronic steering systems, engine controls, steering wheels, trim tabs and more — have hired Scott Rath as general manager. Rath has over two decades of marine experience and joins Uflex after 15 years with Cummins Marine. "I am very excited to work with such a dedicated team that is already product, quality, and customer-focused," said Rath in a statement. “We are excited to take Uflex to the next level by continuing to build on the great foundation this team has already constructed.”

The Marine Trades Association of New Jersey Foundation has announced winners of 2020 scholarships and educational awards. The foundation has awarded more than $25,000 to students and provided over $10,000 towards marine education and training for its members. “Through the Foundation, we are able to support our members by providing scholarships and student awards as well as funding for education, training, and certifications to grow and expand our workforce,” said MTA/NJ executive director Melissa Danko in a statement that also lists this year’s recipients.

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