HydroHoist seeks to expand dealer network

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Pictured (l to r) Ron Martin, HMG director of sales; Alex Broat, a dealer; Mick Webber, HMG CEO and president; and Cale Grauer, business development manager.

Pictured (l to r) Ron Martin, HMG director of sales; Alex Broat, a dealer; Mick Webber, HMG CEO and president; and Cale Grauer, business development manager.

HydroHoist Boat Lifts is seeking new dealers for domestic and international markets. For more than 50 years, the company has produced hydro-pneumatic boat and personal watercraft lifts and dock protection equipment.

“We are fortunate to have more than 500 dealers across the world — each one plays a special role in our success,” said HydroHoist Marine Group CEO Mick Webber in a statement. “Our dealer network is by far the best in the industry.”

The company is looking for dealers in California, the Gulf Coast, the Great Lakes, the Coastal Mid-Atlantic region, the Northeast coast and internationally.

“We look for many different types of dealers to represent our product, from boat dealers and marinas to large dock builders and marine construction companies,” said HydroHoist business development manager Cale Grauer. “We have unique dealer programs to fit each type of business.”

The company recently introduced the HarborHoist lift for saltwater markets to complement its UltraLift series and the HydroPort Extreme for PWC. HydroHoist owns five patents for boat-lift technology and electric power pedestals and has ISO certifications for its manufacturing process.

“We are proud to lead the industry with a full-time design engineering department that ensures we provide innovation and feature-rich products for our dealers to offer their customers,” said Webber.

HydroHoist dealers receive a structured on-boarding process that includes certification schools, resources and introductions to other dealers. For the past 10 years, there has been a dealer council to provide feedback on products, installation and service. The dealer network has access to yearly training, marketing and sales techniques from full-time, in-house professionals, installation and assembly schools and networking opportunities.

To be considered for a dealership opportunity, contact www.boatlift.com/become-a-dealer


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