Pettit Marine Paint announces personnel move

Pettit Marine Paint said it added Scott Trimble as a technical sales representative.
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Pettit Marine Paint said it added Scott Trimble as a technical sales representative.

The company said Trimble will be responsible for bolstering customer-retention efforts and developing new relationships in the vital Gulf Coast and Caribbean markets.

“Scott has been in this business for the last 13 years and has a strong history of success,” Pettit Marine Paint vice president of sales and marketing Don Zabransky said in a statement.

“His thorough understanding of the region and a technically superior knowledge of coatings and application techniques makes Scott a valuable resource for our customers. We are very excited to have him on board.”

A NACE International Institute-certified level 2 coating inspector, Trimble has received comprehensive training and has demonstrated significant experience in topside paints and antifouling coatings, the company said.

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