Nautic Global Group division marks safety milestone

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Nautic Global Group's Polar Kraft employees reached a safety milestone Tuesday, having gone two full years without a recordable safety incident resulting in an injury.

"We are very proud of team Polar Kraft for doing a marvelous job producing high-quality aluminum fishing boats, and especially for achieving this safety milestone," Nautic Global Group chief operating officer Jim Orbik said in a statement. "Safety is a core value and our top priority each and every day, and this achievement is a result of uncompromising commitments to safety."

Executives from Polar Kraft's parent company, Nautic Global Group, will be celebrating the milestone Thursday at Polar Kraft's facility in Syracuse, Ind.

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