American Boatbuilders Association names fuel-system supplier

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The American Boatbuilders Association recently selected Attwood Fuel Systems as the preferred supplier of EPA-certified fuel systems.

The boatbuilders’ group joins the United Marine Manufacturers Association and Independent Boat Builders Inc. in selecting Attwood to ensure that member builders meet the EPA emissions control requirements for marine fuel systems.

Attwood Fuel Systems were selected as the preferred solution based on exclusive safety features, extensive component and system validation, ease of implementation and industry-leading implementation support and value,” American Boatbuilders Association president Jay Patton said in a statement.

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