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Last Week's Marine Industry News - North American MarineBusinessWorld newsletter

by Peter Rendle 3 Aug 10:00 PDT
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Here is the latest summary of marine industry news across North America:

GOST selects ORBCOMM global geostationary satellite terminal to power GOST Specter tracking platform

Parts & Power Ltd. named a sponsor of 2022 USVI Charter Yacht Show

Caframo welcomes Director of Marketing

MarineMax reports record Fiscal third quarter results

IBEX 2022 releases schedule for world-class Education Conference

Schmitt & Ongaro signs distributor NTP-STAG

Marine Products Corporation announces regular quarterly cash dividend

Brunswick Corporation strengthens its pre-owned boat business

Mercury Marine partners with Alliant Energy to build solar array in eastern Fond du Lac County

ePropulsion and Freedom Electric Boats ink agreement

2021 U.S. Boating Statistical Abstract: Boat and Engine Exports and Imports Report now available

11th Hour Racing Team announces partnership with luxury Swiss watchmaker Ulysse Nardin

White House announces revival of Federal Interagency Council on Outdoor Recreation

Johnson Outdoors to release fiscal 2022 third quarter results on August 5, 2022

More marine industry news at: www.marinebusinessworld.com/NorthAmerica
Sailboat racing news at: www.sail-world.com/USA or www.sail-world.com/Canada
Leisure powerboat news and reviews at: powerboat.world/NorthAmerica
Leisure fishing and boating news at: fishingboating.world/USA

Stay safe,
Peter Rendle - peter.rendle@marinebusinessworld.com

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