Scepter Canada


Scepter Canada Inc. recently announced that it has significantly enhanced its international distribution network with five new distributor partners serving customers in the United States, Mexico,  Central America, South America and the Caribbean.

Effective immediately, Florida-based Haimes Coleman Group will represent the full line of Scepter Marine fuel tanks and accessories in the south-eastern United States, serving customers in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky and Tennessee. 

New Jersey-based Thomas H. Connolly and Sons will represent the Scepter Marine product line  in the north-eastern US, serving clients in West Virginia, Virginia, Vermont, Pennsylvania, New York, New Hampshire, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware and Rhode Island.

In the US Midwest, Scepter Marine products will be represented by Ohio-based SGL Sales and Marketing, serving customers in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota.

Nevada-based Pac-West Marketing will represent the Scepter Marine product line serving customers in the western United States, including California, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

Working out of Miami, Florida, Duramax International will represent the Scepter brand to customers in South America, Central America, Mexico and the Caribbean.

“Scepter is pleased to be able to expand its international distribution network with these outstanding partnerships,” said David Jones, Director, Marine Products Group for Scepter Canada Inc. “With our existing distributor base in Canada, Asia, Europe, The Middle East, Australia and New Zealand, these new partners will support Scepter’s commitment to provide the finest quality fuel handling products backed by the highest standards of customer service worldwide.”

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