Latitude Industries seals deal for five orders

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Latitude Industries says it's experiencing a "record-breaking month" with the finalization of deals on five vessels, worth an estimated $250,000 in revenues.

"We are excited to see a lot of our hard work is starting to pay off based on our recent contract with our Mid-Atlantic distributor to ship one Latitude 35ss and three 9-foot custom-made Latitude tenders," the company said in a statement.

"Furthermore we have also signed a retail purchase order for the sale of our demo Latitude 35ss. Combined, this means Latitude Industries has orders for five boats by the end of the month," the company added.

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