Medina receives order for rescue boat

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Medina International Holdings received an order for a 2012 Firehawk 30 Aluminum fire rescue boat from the Tinicum Township Fire Company in Pennsylvania through Harbor Guard Boats, its wholly owned subsidiary.

“We are very excited to have received this order for our new 30 [foot] aluminum model. This officially places us into the aluminum emergency boat market to complement our current fiberglass offerings,” CEO Daniel Medina said in a statement.

This boat will be used for fire and rescue operations on the Delaware River and waters around Reagan National Airport.

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