Supreme Builds First Boat in New Facility

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Supreme Boats announced that it recently completed building the first boat in its new 160,000-square-foot facility in Valdosta, Ga.

In February, Supreme Boats moved to Georgia from Merced, Calif., and parent company Correct Craft and Supreme invested in new equipment, CNC machinery, and a production and manufacturing team.


Supreme aims to build two boats a day and hopes to increase that to three boats by late 2021.

With the new high-capacity plant, Supreme said it is releasing a new series to the towboat market this summer. The company’s leadership team is also refreshing the brand’s look and adding a new tag line.


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