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Continuing growth sees Peter Precey promoted at Lusty & Blundell

by Lusty & Blundell 28 Nov 2020 21:33 PST
Peter Precey will still be based at Lusty and Blundell's Albany headquarters © Lusty and Blundell

A fast-growing customer base and ongoing sales growth in their leading marine products and systems has resulted in Lusty and Blundell appointing leading showroom consultant Peter Precey to a new assistant product management role.

Peter Precey has over 15 years experience in the marine industry, including 13 years as a key product manager. He will be working with senior product manager Grant Matthew, overseeing key relationships and helping manage several of L&B's strong product lines, including Muir winches and Davco cranes. A keen and active boatie, Peter Precey is a current or former national champion in a number of highly competitive sailing classes, including the Javelin and also holds a commercial master's ticket.

"Peter will make a great addition to our product management team," says Grant Matthew. "His vast experience, friendly manner and extensive knowledge of our products will ensure we continue to offer the very best customer service and advice to our fast-growing customer base."

Peter Precey will be based at Lusty & Blundell's headquarters and showroom in Albany, just off Auckland's northern motorway.

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