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Zytexx opens U.S. headquarters

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Zytexx Ceramic Coatings has opened a U.S. base in Boca Raton, Florida, with operations in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.

Ash Moore has been named CEO of Zytexx-USA. Moore has years of experience in the yacht coating industry, according to the company. He will be responsible for expansion into the North American market and will oversee all aspects of the business, including operations and logistics, human resources, business development and client liaison, according to Zytexx International founder Michael Pass.

Zytexx ceramic clear-coat is a hard, yet flexible, high gloss, abrasion-resistant hydrophobic finish that offers marine surface protection from damage caused by UV rays, salts, pollutants, acid rain, caulk, oils and diesel soot. It’s quick to apply, cures within 24 hours of application and doesn’t incur the costs or downtime related to a full repaint, according to the company.

For more information, visit www.zytexx-usa.com.

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