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Marine Travelift Expands in Mid-Atlantic

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Shailaja A. Lakshmi

Marine Travelift has announced it is expanding its operation with the addition of Marine Travelift Mid-Atlantic. Marine Travelift Mid-Atlantic is located in Ashland, Virginia, and now offers boat handling equipment support from New Jersey to South Carolina.

"The goal of this expansion is to provide our customers in the Mid-Atlantic area with the best possible access to Marine Travelift equipment locally. This includes genuine OEM parts and high-quality service with factory support," said Erich Pfeifer, Marine Travelift President & CEO.

Craig Lewis, Sales Manager at Marine Travelift Mid-Atlantic, has 16 years' experience with Marine Travelift machines and will lead the company's sales team.

Kim Edds, Product Support Manager at Marine Travelift Mid-Atlantic, joins with 14 years' experience working with Marine Travelift equipment and will lead the company's parts and service division.

Marine Travelift Mid-Atlantic local parts and service mean that trusted factory service technicians and equipment are now always readily available in the region.

In the near future, there will also be a significant stock of parts on hand at the location, which will result in faster shipping and customer cost savings.

Aug 14, 2019

 

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