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OPW Announces Territory Changes and New Sales Representation

District managers at OPW Fueling Components and OPW Fuel Management Systems are assigned new territories.

SMITHFIELD, N.C. — OPW has announced that effective Feb. 1, R&D Marketing will represent OPW Fueling Components, OPW Fuel Management Systems and Richards in the states of Washington, Oregon, Alaska and Hawaii. Representing R&D Marketing are Paul Nelson and Don Cartlidge.  

In addition, OPW District Manager, Keith Simon, who has been doing double duty covering these states will focus his efforts selling fueling components products in California and Nevada.
OPW District Manager, Bob Hyatt, will now have the responsibility of handling fuel management systems (FMS) product lines for Arizona, Idaho and Montana. Hyatt has been selling FMS products for the past seven years. He will now be covering the complete OPW Fueling Components, OPW Fuel Management Systems and Richards product lines.  

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