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Prop manufacturer names international rep

Turning Point Propellers is partnering with Brunger Export to represent its full line of aluminum and stainless-steel props and hub systems outside of North America.

"Their sales team has the knowledge and experience to help us improve service levels to existing customers, expand into underserved markets and break into currently untapped regions," said Ron Bailey, Turning Point vice president of sales and marketing, in a statement.

A leading factory-direct export representative for major U.S. marine equipment manufacturers, Brunger Export has longstanding relationships with boatbuilders, distributors and mass merchants worldwide. The firm's multilingual sales management team will help Turning Point with everything from delivering products overseas to global promotion.

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