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Vetus Maxwell expands U.S. headquarters

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Vetus Maxwell has expanded its office facilities and warehouse capacity in Hanover, Md. The larger 17,500 square-foot warehouse area can incorporate product storage and the supply chain manager’s office. It also has an extra dock door for shipping and receiving. The extended office space includes a conference and training center.

“It is vitally important that dealers can supply our products to consumers quickly and efficiently,” Chris DeBoy, Vetus Maxwell vice president of sales and marketing, said in a statement. “We are, therefore, very pleased to announce that operations are now continuing from our expanded warehouse and office suite in Maryland, enhancing our capability to supply our products without delay, meet delivery expectations and retain the confidence of our customers as a reliable partner.”

Vetus offers more than 4,000 products including windlasses, exhaust systems, thrusters, stern gear and strainers.

“Our warehouse staff receive product from all over the world to be distributed out from the Maryland location and we are proud to be able to step this distribution service up to another level,” said DeBoy. 

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