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Carling Technologies Names Sales Manager

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Carling Technologies named Christian Redditt sales manager, marine electronics. The former technical operations manager for Lumishore, Redditt has expertise in OEM supply chain management, dealer sales and technical support.

He will oversee U.S. sales and new market prospects for Carling’s Maretron and OctoPlex brands, as well as the development of MPower, the company’s new digital switching platform.

“It’s a privilege to have the opportunity to work for a company with a legacy of developing NMEA 2000 solutions designed to provide full functionality, monitoring and control of marine vessels,” Redditt said in a statement. “I look forward to being part of the launch of several new products and technology.”

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