Teakdecking Systems names new president

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Richard Strauss

Richard Strauss

Teakdecking Systems has named Richard Strauss as its president. Strauss, who previously worked at the company as director of operations, has a long history in the boating industry.

“Richard knows our business well and is prepared to execute our strategic plans to expand our product offering and maintain our leadership position in the teak decking market,” said Michael Havey, Teakdecking’s chairman of the board, in a statement.

Teakdecking Systems is supplier of teak decking systems and distributes Esthec and Herculan Synthetic Decking. It also sells repair and maintenance products such as caulk, epoxy, cleaners and adhesives. It is based in Sarasota, Fla. 

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