CRC Marine reports boost in international sales

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CRC Marine of North Carolina is reporting a 19.7 percent increase in international sales in the last year.

CRC Marine owner Paul Daigrepont says overall sales have been on an upward trend, but international sales have exploded in the past year.

“We’re seeing across the board increases in our boat handling equipment with a definite upward trend in our Pro Jacks on the International market,” Daigrepont said in a statement. “We’re very proud to contribute to the growth of manufacturing in the United States which is at its highest levels since 2009 as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.”

CRC Marine is a division of CRC Manufacturing LLC.

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