NMMA reports increase in wholesale shipments

The NMMA said wholesale shipments of traditional powerboats for its control group of manufacturers were up 2.8 percent through April.
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The National Marine Manufacturers Association said today that wholesale shipments of traditional powerboats for the NMMA’s control group of manufacturers were up 2.8 percent through April.

The control group represents 69 percent of the market. Corresponding dollars were up 10.4 percent.

The NMMA said gains in shipments of aluminum outboard boats, inboard ski/wakeboard boats, and jet drive boats offset lags in sterndrive boats, fiberglass outboard boats and inboard cruisers.

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