Dyna-Tech buys Trim Master Marine

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Dyna-Tech Corp. of Largo, Fla., recently acquired the assets of Trim Master Marine Inc.

A purchase price was not released.

"Trim Master Marine has been in business for over 20 years and has a reputation for building superior products," Dyna-Tech owner Terry Welsch said in a statement. "When given the opportunity, we purchased the company to expand our presence in the marine industry and better serve our customers."

Following the acquisition, Welsch moved Trim Master Marine from St. Louis to Largo, enabling all manufacturing to take place at a single location.

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