Teleflex Marine schedules national sales conference

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Teleflex Marine, recently acquired by HIG Capital and operating independently for the first time, plans to hold a national sales conference June 27-29 at the Ameristar Casino in St. Charles, Mo.

“There’s tremendous momentum building in our company right now, and we want to share our vision, as well as our plan for growth,” CEO Yvan Cote said in a statement. “I know we all talk about the benefits of a ‘virtual meeting,’ but right now it’s important that we get together face to face and share in the excitement of building our new future.”

This will be Teleflex Marine’s first sales conference in more than three years.

More than 50 members of the Teleflex Marine team, including independent representatives, sales staff, marketing staff and management are expected to attend. Product managers will be presenting new product information, and the marketing team will be presenting new programs.

Teleflex Marine is a global provider of OEM and aftermarket products and accessories for the recreational marine and related markets. They are sold under the Sierra, SeaStar, BayStar, Shields, Prime Line and Proheat brand names.

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