Japan Radio Adds New Staff

Thursday, April 13, 2000
In an effort to continue its ever widening expansion program within the marine electronics market in both North and South America, Japan Radio Company has added key personnel to its U.S. headquarters offices, JRC North America, Seattle, Wash. Ray Carter has joined the company as national sales manager, with experience in the commercial fishing electronics industry. Carter had previously served as general manager for Yaquina Bay Marine Supply in Newport, Ore. Matthew Wood was elected as the new Western Regional Manager, responsible for sales administration on the U.S. West Coast, in Central and South America, as well as coordination of JRC projects in the Russian Federation. Randy Murray joins JRC as a customer service representative from West Marine, where he worked as electronics manager for the Seattle-Lake Union branch, and Nancy Smalldridge comes to JRC as the new office manager and administrator.

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