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Vetus Business Units Add Staff

Tieren Ebbitt

Tieren Ebbitt

Affiliates of Yanmar Marine International’s Vetus businesses have announced three sales and engineering appointments.

Maxwell Marine said in a statement yesterday that Tieren Ebbitt has joined its team as applications engineer. Ebbitt will be based at the division’s Baltimore, Md., office to work with sales managers on mechanical, electrical and hydraulics projects.

Lorenzo Renzetti

Lorenzo Renzetti

Anchoring systems provider Maxwell Marine has appointed Lorenzo Renzetti as sales director for superyachts equipment, the company said in a statement yesterday. Renzetti will be based at the Italian operations of the New Zealand-based company.

Daniele Torretta

Daniele Torretta

Also arriving at an Italy-based unit is Daniele Torretta, who has been named Vetus’ sales manager for Northern Italy, the company said in a separate statement yesterday.



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