Ashberry Water Conditioning is selected as a new Marlo Incorporated Florida sales representative

March 10, 2014

TAMPA, Fla. — Ashberry will focus its sales and marketing efforts on the new commercial building construction trades.

TAMPA, Fla. — Ashberry Water Conditioning, a full service water treatment company, is Marlo Incorporated newest rep agency in the state of Florida, according to a press release.

Marlo designs and manufactures high quality water treatment equipment for a wide variety of residential, commercial, institutional and industrial applications worldwide, noted the release.

“We look forward to our relationship with Marlo Incorporated and are pleased to represent them in the state of Florida,” says Tracy McMurray, president and CEO of Ashberry Water. “This is a great opportunity for us to expand our services in a number of our priority markets.”

Find out more about Marlo Incorporated in our Buyer’s Guide.

Ashberry will focus its sales and marketing efforts on the new commercial building construction trades, primarily in the healthcare, educational and hospitality markets, reported the release, with key products including water softening systems, reverse osmosis (RO) systems, media filtration and integrated ultrapure water systems for laboratory use. 

“We are very excited to have Ashberry Water as a business partner,” says Steve LaMere, president and COO of Marlo Incorporated. “Florida is an important state for the Marlo brand. We are confident that Ashberry Water will help us get to the next level and continue to strengthen our presence there. They offer the complete package with a knowledgeable technical sales staff, a highly trained and well-equipped service department and excellent reputation for customer support. We look forward to a lasting and profitable relationship.”

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