Sales of travel trailers and motor homes continue to improve with demand for some models nearing the peak volume before the Great Recession, a new report by the investment firm Robert W. Baird & Co. says.
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.
McMurdo announced the appointment of ComMar Sales to represent the company’s range of EPIRB, PLB and AIS man-overboard devices on the East Coast.
The Active Interest Media Marine Group is partnering with the Westlawn Institute of Marine Technology to raise awareness and funds for the not-for-profit school, which has trained more practicing boat designers than any other in the world.
Starting on Columbus Day weekend, boaters from Miami to the upper Florida Keys will be able to borrow life jackets at seven new loaner stations, thanks to a $5,559 donation to the non-profit Sea Tow Foundation to buy 300 life jackets.
Yacht agent World Marine Service said the superyacht industry in Gibraltar is set to expand.
Florida Marine Tanks of Henderson, N.C., signed on with the Martin Flory Group, which will now manage publicity for the company in the United States and Canada for the consumer and trade markets.
Joel Clark was thinking about football, not fishing, when he got a call that caught him off guard.
Suntex Marinas said it added industry veteran Brian Baker as its Mid-Atlantic regional manager.
Nautical Ventures Marine Superstore in Dania Beach, Fla., hired Katherine Ames as a tender sales specialist.
The International Superyacht Society released its lists of finalists for the 2014 International Design Awards.