Medina sells rescue boat in Pennsylvania

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Medina International Holdings completed the sale of a Firehawk 2426 fire rescue boat to the McKeesport (Pa.) Fire Department through its wholly owned subsidiary, Harbor Guard Boats.

"This is another sale for us, and we are very pleased to have completed the production," CEO Daniel Medina said in a statement.

Medina, through Harbor Guard, produces commercial fire, rescue, police and patrol boats utilizing the highest design and performance standards. The company also produces recreational boats through the subsidiary Medina Marine.

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