Aluminum Chambered Boats CEO steps down

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Aluminum Chambered Boats Inc. based in Bellingham, Wash., announced that CEO Larry Wieber stepped down, but will continue to be on the company's board of directors.

Jim Moore, president and COO, will continue to lead the company, according to a release.

Wieber founded ACB Boats in 1998. The company builds rugged high-performance vessels for government, recreational and commercial customers worldwide. ACB recently launched its latest model, the 2500 Explorer, several of which have already been bought for use by the Stratford, Conn., police department; U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service; and the Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Police Department.

"Larry is a great visionary, created an exceptional product, and leaves ACB with many successes, which we will continue to build on," said Moore.

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