Delta "T" Chooses Duramax as Latin America Rep

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Delta "T" Systems has chosen Duramax International as its representative in Central and South America.

 

Headquartered in Riviera Beach, Florida, Delta "T" is a pioneer in the field of engineered marine engine room ventilation. Its product lines include moisture eliminators, fans, fire dampers, blowers and electronic control systems.

 

Marine manufacturer representative Duramax International, a wholly owned subsidiary of Duramax Marine, LLC, offers its clients sales support with increased exposure through a wide network of customers. Founded in 1992, the company maintains offices in Hiram, Ohio, and Doral, Florida.

 

 

 

Duramax International caters to multiple segments of the global marine marketplace, according to Jose Ovies, the company's general manager. "We've established a particularly strong base throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. We look forward to promoting the high quality ventilation equipment offered by Delta "T" Systems."

 

"We know we're in good hands with Duramax International," said Delta "T" president Lynn Oien. "Jose's expertise and decades of marine sales experience will allow us to increase our presence throughout Central and South America and the surrounding markets."
 

 

 

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