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Oceanmax picks sales director

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Ft. Lauderdale-based Oceanmax International, worldwide distributors of Propspeed, has appointed James Maitland as national sales director. In his new role, Maitland is responsible for supporting key distributors throughout the Americas, increasing brand awareness, growing target markets, increasing industry association involvement and supporting the company’s U.S.-based technical and sales team, Mark Billingsley and Barth Hudiburgh.

Maitland previously served as territory manager for southeast Florida for a national marine wholesaler. He also is president this year of Young Professionals in Yachting.

Propspeed is a foul release coating system designed to prevent marine growth from bonding to metal surfaces below the water line. For more information visit propspeed.com.

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