Brunswick signs supplier deal with Taylor Made Systems

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Taylor Made Systems was designated the Brunswick Boat Group’s preferred supplier for glazed system products — windshields, doors, roof systems, hatches and hull windows.

“Brunswick boat brands expect value characterized by the right mix of quality, innovation, cost, collaboration and teamwork,” Brunswick boat group vice president of operations Tim Wild said in a statement. “Taylor Made is a market leader and continues to be the top innovator when it comes to windshields and other glazing products for boats. As such, we are very pleased to reach an agreement with them as our preferred supplier, ensuring superior quality and performance of glazed systems on all Brunswick boats.”

“Taylor Made has an enduring relationship with the Brunswick Boat Group and we couldn’t be prouder of that,” Taylor Made Systems president Allan Petit said. “Their desire for innovation keeps our industry-leading design and engineering team pushing forward. And no one else in our market can offer the same level of customer support and manufacturing capabilities that we can to a company that builds such a diverse array of boats as Brunswick. Taylor Made looks forward to building upon a long-lasting and mutually beneficial partnership with all BBG brands in the future.”

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