Florida Marine Tanks adds sales rep for Southeast and Midwest

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Florida Marine Tanks said it has added William F. Miller & Associates as its manufacturers’ representative in the Southeast and Midwest.

The newly appointed agency will be responsible for representing the aluminum tank manufacturer’s entire product line to OEMs and distributors in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and southern Illinois.

“William F. Miller & Associates is the country’s leading marine manufacturers’ representatives for over 60 years,” Orestes Monterrey, president of Florida Marine Tanks, said in a statement. “We feel this is a great fit for Florida Marine Tanks and look forward to them introducing us to many boatbuilders in their territory. With Florida Marine Tanks specializing in aluminum tanks and our patented system, we feel this will be a great partnership.”

Florida Marine Tanks, located in Henderson, N.C., was founded in 1974 in Miami.

“We are honored and excited to be a part of the Florida Marine Tank team, as they are the known experts in the fuel, water and holding tank business,” said Hill Lenderman, president of William F. Miller & Associates. “We look forward to helping them broaden their customer base and grow their business.”

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