Lancer Industries appoints new Sales and Marketing Executive
by Sail-World on 24 Oct 2012
Leading manufacturer of inflatable boats and products, Lancer Industries, has announced the appointment of James Lowe as their new Sales and Marketing Executive.
Coach Nathan Handley in a Lancer RIB with Jo Aleh and Olivia Powrie after their Gold Medal win in the 2012 Olympic Regatta, Weymouth Richard Gladwell www.photosport.co.nz
Lowe joins the highly recognized manufacturing team from the super yacht world where he has captained prominent vessels within the multi million-dollar charter yacht sector. Having spent 15 years working in one of the elite sectors of the marine industry, he brings a wealth of both international and maritime experience.
Director Ronald Winstone said 'Lancer have been building inflatables for more than 40 years and are arguably the industry standard in Hypalon products. We welcome Jamie’s energy and expertise promoting the wide range of services we offer.'
James Lowe’s role will be developing marketing strategies for the company as well as project management of the custom-build and refit options in which Lancer Industries Ltd. specialise.
Speaking from their purpose built premises in Auckland Lowe commented: 'I feel very privileged to be joining this long standing team. Their approach to business is all about quality and customer satisfaction. It is a great pleasure to be promoting excellent products and services, on behalf of a company that stands by them.'
Lancer Industries Ltd. hold multiple awards and patents for Hypalon tube design. Their product range spans the entire marine sector from Super Yacht Tenders to Lancer Oil Recovery Barges. With four decades of experience developing techniques, and their products in service in over 30 countries, Lancer truly are 'World leaders in inflatable boats and products'
For more information on Lancer Industries and their products please contact the team on +64 (0)9 837 1206 or visit their premises at 99 Central Park Drive, Henderson, Auckland, New Zealand. web
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