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Massachusetts-based Imtra, a manufacturer and importer of marine products, has promoted former COO Eric Braitmayer as its new president and CEO.



Longtime President and CEO Nat Bishop, as well as CFO Ned Rogerson and Controller Nancy Lyons, retired in 2013.



In addition, former Commercial Sales Manager Alex Larsen has been promoted to vice president of commercial sales. Peter Kilgore retains his longtime role as president of Imtra subsidiary Maximum Weather and succeeds Braitmayer as Imtra’s vice president of marketing. Vice President of Sales Chip Farnham will continue in his role as will Jeff Vancura who joined Imtra in June as CFO.



“It is with great pride and excitement for the future that I pass the Imtra torch to Eric and his first class management team,” Bishop said. “I am fortunate to have worked closely with this group, all of whom have been instrumental in shaping Imtra’s strategic direction and bringing continued innovation to our renowned customer service. I am supremely confident that this is the right team to lead the company into a new phase of growth and prosperity.”


For more information, visit www.imtra.com.

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