NMMA reports increase in powerboat shipments

Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
0

The National Marine Manufacturers Association said wholesale shipments of traditional powerboats for the NMMA’s control group of manufacturers were up 6 percent and corresponding dollars were up 8.6 percent for January.

The NMMA said shipments have been growing for the last seven months, with the increases led by ski boats, aluminum outboard boats and fiberglass outboard boats (up 12 percent, 14 percent and 9.2 percent year-over-year, respectively).

NMMA members can access the full report on nmma.org within the Statistics Publications section. For help accessing the member only area, contact membership director Bryan Welsh at bwelsh@nmma.org.

For questions regarding NMMA’s data reports, please contact assistant director of industry statistics and research Vicky Yu at vyu@nmma.org.

Related

American Sailing Association reaches milestone

The American Sailing Association recently certified its half-millionth sailor. Since the association was founded in 1983, its affiliated schools and instructors have taught and certified more than 507,000 people to ASA’s 101 Keelboat Sailing standard.

First set of tariffs on aluminum sheet announced

The U.S. Commerce Department announced the countervailing tariff amounts on aluminum sheet from China, with varying amounts imposed on different Chinese suppliers that are scheduled to take effect within two to five business days.