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OceanLED names U.S. national sales manager

OceanLED appointed Barry Thomas as national sales manager USA.
Barry Thomas

Barry Thomas

OceanLED appointed Barry Thomas as national sales manager USA.

“We are delighted to welcome Barry to the OceanLED Team,” OceanLED managing director Charles Stuart said in a statement.

“Barry brings with him extensive lighting industry knowledge and experience in the marine sector, which will be a huge asset for us as we look to take OceanLED to the next level.”

The company said Thomas has more than 15 years of experience in the lighting industry. He previously worked in roles that include design, key account manager and associate director at companies that include Marine Light Corp and The Light Corp.

He will be based at OceanLED's U.S. office in Deerfield Beach, Fla.



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