Furuno announces personnel moves

Marine electronics manufacturer Furuno announced several changes to its sales department.
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Marine electronics manufacturer Furuno announced several changes to its sales department, adding two commercial sales representatives, promoting several longtime employees and welcoming new service personnel.

All of the changes were effective Dec. 1.

Jon Closson is now a fisheries and specialty products sales representative for commercial fishing fleets in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions; Bart Disher is now a commercial sales representative for the Gulf Region and West Coast; Reynard "Rey" Ortiz is now a Southwest regional sales associate; Alan Terry is now a Northwest sales associate; Jeff Shield is now a commercial sales representative for the eastern United States; Brandon Christopher is now a field service technician for the recreational side of Furuno’s business; and Drew Linzey has been named regional manager, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast.

“These promotions and new positions will help Furuno continue to meet the ever-growing needs of their customers and authorized dealers in the commercial, light marine and fishing markets,” the company said in a statement.

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