The U.S. economy added 235,000 jobs in February and the nation’s unemployment rate edged down to 4.7 percent, the Labor Department reported today.
From factory openings to production milestones to the launch of new boats, the marine industry makes news in numerous ways. Trade Only follows developments wherever they occur.
A manufacturers survey shows that many companies have “significant room for improvement” when it comes to managing their supply chain.
JMP Marine said it hired Martin Flory Group to increase its market share and expand its customer base.
Northrop & Johnson said it named John Philip Cichanowicz as charter retail director for North America.
Sea Tow Services International and mobile workforce application developer Field Squared announced a technology initiative that will provide a new level of communication for members in need of on-water assistance and capture field data more efficiently.
For companies that are having trouble filling blue-collar jobs, effective training programs appear to need coordination with local industries in order to work.
Trac Ecological said it has appointed master distributors SMS Superyacht for Southeast Asia and Brook Marine for the United Arab Emirates.
Registration is open for the 2017 American Boating Congress, which will be held May 15-17 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. The National Marine Manufacturers Association said the ABC will provide attendees with the opportunity to meet with members of the Trump administration and the 115th Congress, network with fellow industry advocates, take part in a…more
Ten TowBoatUS captains were honored by their peers for lifesaving actions at the annual BoatUS Towing Conference last week in San Diego.
To support its product expansion into North America, Australia-based Life Cell Marine Safety has hired Martin Flory Group to promote its safety equipment line in the United States and Canada.