California builder appoints new production manager

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Centurion Boats and Ski Supreme have appointed Daniel Indelicato as production manager at its Merced, Calif., facility. Indelicato was most recently product development and engineer manager for the Correct Craft brands. He started at the company four years ago as a research and development technician.

“Daniel’s plant-wide respect, competence and character made him an obvious choice to fill the CS role of Production Manager,” said Paul Singer, president of Centurion and Supreme Boats in a statement. “He is motivated to lead teams in achieving higher quality and efficient production methods. We are excited to have his leadership at Centurion & Supreme.”

Indelicato will oversee all aspects of the boat production process, including supervising all personnel. He will also be focusing on cost-reduction and improvement projects as well as helping to execute corporate strategy with the leadership team, according to the statement. 

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