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TruPlug names Canadian distributor

TruPlug, manufacturer of the TruPlug emergency plug for boats, named North West Marine Distributors of Aldergrove, British Columbia, as the company’s official Canadian distributor.

Established in 2000, North West is a distributor of marine products from around the world.

“The Canadian marketplace has a thriving maritime community, and we can’t wait to hit the ground running there with North West Marine,” TruPlug chief operating officer Henry Goldman said in a statement. “North West Marine’s extensive distribution network will enable us to reach more boaters in a short amount of time, helping us hit our critical distribution goals.”

“We are very excited to add TruPlug to our range of specialty items; the initial feedback from customers has been very positive,” said Stu Blair, sales manager at North West Marine. “We have already shipped multiple orders to dealers in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec.”

TruPlug also has signed agreements with maritime distributors in Australia, New Zealand, Tokyo and Denmark.

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