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Furrion announces rep firms for U.S., Canada

Shore power products manufacturer Furrion of Beaverton, Ore., appointed five manufacturers’ representative firms to represent its product line across the United States and Canada.

In the United States, Furrion products will be represented by ComMar Sales of Tiverton, R.I., in the Northeast; Charles A. Perry & Co. of Jacksonville, Fla., in the Southeast; and Coatney Sales of Fremont, Ind., in the Midwest.

The Merifield Co. of Camano Island, Wash., will represent Furrion on the U.S. West Coast and British Columbia, while Woodard and Company Ltd of Concord, Ontario, will be responsible for sales across the rest of Canada.

Furrion’s products — cordsets, cables, adapters, plugs and inlets — feature the company’s built-in SMART technology. This includes Loadsmart power consumption, Powersmart voltage indicators and Signalsmart anti-interference filters.

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