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Growth means more Brokers for Ensign

by Tracey Goodwin on 5 Apr 2012
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Ensign Ship Brokers is once again looking for additional brokers in their Gold Coast and Mooloolaba offices to keep up with the rapid growth in business.

Managing Director Tony Ross said more and more listings have created the need for more sales people.

'Our Mooloolaba office recently opened and will be operating 7 days a week and representing no less than 13 new boat brands,' Mr Ross said.

Broker, Dave Culpan from Ensign Mooloolaba said that during the course of the past month the enquiry rate for cruising yachts had soared.

'Furthermore the enquiries have been from genuine, 'ready to act now', buyers. The combination of better weather, plus the promise of ideal cruising conditions during our winter months, has got people thinking again. The place buzzing!' Mr Culpan said.

'We've quickly become recognised as the preferred brokers here and as such are securing a number of new and interesting listings every week. Some of the vessels are local, others from New Zealand and even further a field looking to arrive in Australia towards the end of the year'.

Ensign Ship Brokers has over 500 boats on their listings and need great sales people with an active interest in boating to provide clients with excellent customer service.

For further information contact Tony Ross at Ensign Ship Brokers.

P: (07) 5532 1122
M: 0438 227 022
E: tony(at)ensignbrokers.com.au
W: www.ensignbrokers.com.au
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