Oscar Losada is the new vice president of sales & distribution Ferretti Yachts, Mochi Craft e Custom Line for americas
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Oscar Losada has been appointed Vice President of Sales & Distribution Ferretti Yachts, Mochi Craft e Custom Line, for North, Central and South America as well as the Caribbean.
Based in Fort Lauderdale, Losada will take care of the sales and distribution networks, through a close relationship with the already existing local agents and brokers and the identification of the best commercial opportunities across the vast American continent, thus establishing the conditions for a better distribution of the assistance services.
“The American market of luxury yachting provides Ferretti Yachts, Mochi Craft and Custom Line with excellent growth opportunities. Reliability, technology, attention to details and the unmistakable Italian style of ours yachts, allow us to be above any local competitor, especially when comparing the price/quality ratio” – says Losada – “We have two goals, strictly linked: the growth in sales and the constant improvement of the distribution of our technical and administrative assistance services, to the benefit of our dealer and distribution networks and, obviously, of our ship owners”.
For Custom Line, in particular, Losada will incorporate the dealer and distribution network as well as the larger well established brokerage houses , while guaranteeing on time deliveries, sharp assistance and general services.
For Ferretti Yachts and Mochi Craft, Losada will take care of the handling of the continental distribution network, supervising any aspect related to the services offered to dealers, distributors, brokers and shipowners.
Losada will also have the task to develop the commercial network in those countries of the continent where there are no distribution agreements in place.
Cuban born, 39 years old, Oscar Losada previously worked for Allied Marine Group for almost
10 years, where he began as an Office Manager and became Vice President Sales & Development with duties that included developing the Central, South America & Caribbean territories.