Miami city officials and Miami International Boat Show organizers say a recent lawsuit will not upset plans to move the boat show to Miami Marine Stadium in 2016.
Strong sales and a high order backlog prompted Marine Products Corp. to increase production during the second quarter to cover the remainder of its 2015 model-year orders.
Brunswick Corp. is about a third of the way into its plan to expand its parts-and-accessories business by $350 million through acquisitions and the company says it will likely increase the amount of sales growth it will get from that arm of the business.
The village of Key Biscayne in Florida filed a lawsuit against the National Marine Manufacturers Association over plans to hold the Miami International Boat Show at the Miami Marine Stadium in 2016.
MarineMax executives were disappointed that they didn’t hit Wall Street’s targets, saying that selling off aging inventory and increasing marketing spending were among the reasons it missed analysts’ second-quarter earnings projections by $1.11 million — although the company still saw year-to-date sales up 34 percent from last year.
A Virginia court denied Sea Ray Boats’ request to move a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Cobalt Boats to Tennessee, in part because of developments in technology.
When Ann Baldree, vice president of Georgia-based Marine Products Corp., went to Capitol Hill for her first American Boating Congress four or five years ago, she invited one of her dealers in the D.C market to come along.
When boat dealers contemplate training, the time and expense commitment can quickly snowball in their minds. They have to get their staffs to appropriate venues for training — service to technical sessions, sales staff to different events and possibly another training ground for the managers.
Q&A with David Foulkes, vice president of product development, engineering and racing at Mercury Marine and Brunswick Corp. chief technology officer
It’s not every day you hear Brunswick CEO Dustan E. McCoy calling one of his engineering execs a “near genius.” So when we heard him refer to David Foulkes, vice president of Mercury Marine product development, engineering and racing, as such we decided we should call him to chat about some of the engine company’s…more
The National Marine Manufacturers Association canceled the Progressive Chicago In-Water Boat Show, which was set to take place June 11-14, and will stop producing the annual show.