American Boating Congress opens in D.C.

The workforce shortage is top of mind for many in the marine industry as boat dealerships have a 21.6 percent deficit between the number of employees they’ve budgeted for and those they actually employ.

Brunswick reports data ‘scam’ against employees

Brunswick Corp. reported that it was the victim of an email phishing incident that resulted in the potential unauthorized disclosure of 2015 W-2 information of a large number of current and former employees.

Mercury Marine expands in Wisconsin

Mercury Marine is adding a 53,000-square-foot manufacturing capacity expansion to its headquarters in Fond du Lac, Wis., to accommodate growing global demand.

Brunswick reports engine sales gains in Europe

Brunswick Corp. saw a softening in its aluminum boat segment, primarily due to continued economic and currency uncertainty in the United States, but did experience some gains in engine sales in Europe in the first quarter as the dollar weakened some.

West Marine reports 1Q results

West Marine Inc. reported first-quarter net revenue of $130.4 million, an increase of 2.6 percent from the same period last year.

Lawsuit alleges Dometic sold defective refrigerators

Hagens Berman, a group that has leveraged successful class-action litigation against giants such as Philip Morris and is taking on Volkswagen for its role in the emissions controversy, filed a class-action suit against Dometic Corp. on April 21, saying the company sold defective refrigerators that can spontaneously ignite on boats and RVs.

MarineMax touts Russo Marine acquisition to investors

Russo Marine — now called MarineMax Russo Marine following last week’s acquisition by the largest boat dealership chain in the country — brought in $35 million in revenue in 2015 and represented MarineMax’s largest acquisition since 2006.

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