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Hobas Pipe USA

Address 1413 Richey Road, Houston, TX, 77073-3508, US
Tel 281-821-2200
Fax 281-821-7715
Email [email protected]
Website hobaspipe.com

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Hobas announces new vice president of sales

HOBAS Pipe USA a supplier of large diameter fiberglass pipe has announced that Martin Dana has joined the HOBAS management team as the new Vice President of Sales. Martin is an 18-year veteran of Northwest Pipe Company and most recently served in the capacity of Executive Vice President of Business Development and Strategy.  He is a well-rounded, dynamic senior executive with functional experience in finance, operations and sales. 

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