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FixTech signs rep group

FixTech, manufacturer of high-performance adhesive and finishing sealants and epoxies specifically formulated for boats, RVs and powersports, has signed Coatney Sales.

The Fremont, Ind.-based rep group covers 18 states in the Great Lakes and Midwest.

Through its four locations, Coatney Sales will sell FixTech's consumer and professional sealants and adhesives to both OEM and aftermarket channels.

"We're pleased to sign this agreement with Coatney Sales," said FixTech CEO Simon Hutchinson in a statement. "They have extensive experience in the markets they serve and the technical knowledge to help their customers find the ideal product for the specific application."

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