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New Sales & Marketing Appointment at Hutchwilco

New Sales & Marketing Appointment at Hutchwilco

3 September 2014

New Zealand’s leading manufacturer and distributor of quality marine safety equipment, recreational and performance watersports products Hutchwilco Limited, has expanded its sales & marketing team for the New Zealand market with the appointment of Sam Thomson as Sales & Marketing Executive.

In the newly appointed role, Thomson will be focused on maintaining existing marketing opportunities as well as servicing Hutchwilco retailers throughout the country.

Born and raised on the Taranaki Coast, Thomson is an avid watersports enthusiast with a passion for fishing, boating and surfing.

“We’re pleased to welcome Sam aboard here at Hutchwilco. His passion for the outdoors, and a good knowledge of watersport products will be of great benefit when he is working alongside and servicing our retail network,” says Hutchwilco Sales & Marketing Manager, Tim Ritchie.

“This new appointment will achieve better alignment of skills and resources to our markets. Hutchwilco is fortunate to boast a very experienced and dedicated sales team and this strengthening of personnel will further solidify our position in the market and will add extra value to our customer base.”

“Hutchwilco has an ever growing portfolio of brands and products and this appointment is part of the continued investment in our staff and the New Zealand marine industry.”


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