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Xantrex adds two new sales reps

Onboard power products maker Xantrex appointed two manufacturer’s rep firms for the RV and marine markets.

Tom Manning & Associates will represent Xantrex in the RV aftermarket in the United States and Coast Marine Marketing LLC will represent the company in the marine OEM and aftermarket on the West Coast.

Xantrex said the firms will help propel the company’s product and service offerings and capitalize on the strong roots in these industries, strengthening existing partnerships and forging new alliances.

“These rep firms will serve as an extension of the Xantrex sales team, which was strengthened earlier this year with the addition of five new sales personnel,” Xantrex director of sales for John McMillan said in a statement.

“I am very excited to be delivering on promises we made to our partners last year. Both rep firms will increase dealer accessibility to Xantrex and they bring a wealth of experience, relationships and knowledge, which our direct partners and dealers will find extremely valuable.”

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