Southco Partners with Seacosast

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Monday, April 22, 2013

Southco, Inc. announced its partnership with Seacoast Associates, Inc., who will act as a strategic growth partner for Southco’s Marine hardware business.

Established in 2010, Seacoast Associates brings a strong foundation of industry experience and expertise to Southco’s Marine customer base. Led by three established sales representatives with existing long-term relationships in the Marine industry, Seacoast Associates will cover Southco U.S. Marine accounts in the Midwest, Northeast and Southeast regions.

Through this partnership with Seacoast Associates, Southco provides a knowledgeable and dedicated account management team that is strategically positioned to better service and support the needs of our Marine customers.

Southco is a global source for engineered access hardware solutions, including a variety of latches, locks, captive fasteners, quick access fasteners, hinges, handles, inserts, electronic access solutions, and other accessories for applications in the networking, telecommunications, computer, automotive, aerospace, mass transit, off-highway/construction, RV/caravan, industrial machinery, marine and HVAC industries.

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