Muir adds US rep for yachtsDec 13, 2017 by Triton Staff
Australia-based Muir, manufacturer of winches and windlasses, has hired Kim Mayer as USA Factory Representative. She will work closely with distributors, shipyards, vessels and customers, providing sales and support for all their windlass and anchoring system needs.
Mayer is the former owner of Cole Marine Distributing, and has worked with Muir Windlasses previously. She brings over two decades of marine experience, as well as a commitment to customer service before and after the sale.
Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +1 954-684-0629.
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