Nautical Structures adds managers

Feb 28, 2017 by Triton Staff

Nautical Structures, a Florida-based manufacturer of boarding and tender handling systems, has filled two executive positions. Industry veterans Ron Beilman has been named director of global service, and Bill Pratley has been named director of aftermarket sales in the United States.

Beilman is responsible for both management and growth strategies for all service operations. He was previously 14 years with Burger Boat Company, and spent three years as a project manager at Palmer Yachts.  

Pratley will provide single-point contact for the yacht repair and refit markets throughout the U.S. and Caribbean. He spent 11 years with Rybovich.

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