E & P Marine to represent Vetus Maxwell lines

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Miguel A. Vasallo, president of E & P Marine, has grown his business beyond Latin America and the Caribbean to represent marine brands around the world.

Miguel A. Vasallo, president of E & P Marine, has grown his business beyond Latin America and the Caribbean to represent marine brands around the world.

Vetus Maxwell has named E & P Marine, Inc. as its representative in South America and the Caribbean. According to a statement, the Miami-based leisure equipment supplier will represent the VETUS and Maxwell product lines from Mexico to Brazil and throughout the Caribbean.

“The appointment of E & P Marine will enable us to grow sales in this key region,” said Chris DeBoy, Vetus Maxwell vice president of sales and marketing in the statement. “We are continually working to increase and strengthen our network so that boat owners and operators all over the world can benefit from both our equipment and also the expert technical knowledge of our partners.”

Miguel A. Vasallo, president of E & P Marine, called Vetus Maxwell an “ideal addition” to its list of product lines. “We see lots of potential within our specific market and, as the Vetus Maxwell core products do not conflict with our existing representations, it will allow us to increase sales to our current customers in Latin America and the Caribbean and to continue to strive for technical sales,” said Vasallo in the statement.

E & P Marine has expanded from its original territories of Latin America and the Caribbean to worldwide representation for a larger number of marine brands. 

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