Taylor Made buys Ameriitex Technologies

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The Taylor Made Group purchased the assets of Ameritex Technologies.

The business will be reconstituted as Ameritex Fabric Systems and relocated to the Taylor Made Systems facility in Bradenton, Fla. Don Zirkelbach will serve as president of Ameritex Fabric Systems.

"Our first and foremost priority is to continue to service our current, collective customer base with the utmost attention to quality and customer care for which both of our companies are known," said Dennis Flint, president of Taylor Made Group, in a statement.

Based in Bradenton, Ameritex is a leading manufacturer of engineered canvas and windshield systems for boatbuilders. Taylor Made Systems is based in Gloversville, N.Y. Together with its partner companies, Trend Marine Products Ltd. and Water Bonnet Manufacturing Inc., Taylor Made manufactures marine glazing systems, hatches, doors, window systems, portlights and canvas boat tops.

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