Aero-Marine expands in Southern California

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Aero-Marine LLC is expanding into a larger Southern California location better suited for making and thermoforming custom acrylic and polycarbonate components.

The new building is at 13052-B Dahlia St. in Fontana and it has 6,000 more square feet of space for the powerboat windshield and canopy maker.

“Not only will our production be able to handle the increased volume that is coming in from the boatbuilders we work with, such as Nordic Boats and Skater Powerboats, but because of the extra storage space we now have for production parts, we should be much more efficient,” Aero-Marine owner Carmen Bélanger-Martin said in a statement.

The new building also will provide the company with a larger sterile environment for the fabrication process.

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