Campion Marine will produce Infinyte Marine line

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Campion Marine announced that it took over production, marketing and distribution of the Infinyte Marine brand of electric boats.

“We are very excited about the Infinyte line, as it definitely fits within our green philosophy,” Campion general manager Brock Elliott said in a statement.

Based in Kelowna, British Columbia, Campion is committed to building green boats by using the most ecologically friendly products. Campion said it is the first builder to build all of its boats with Ashland's Envirez resin, a renewably sourced, bio-derived resin that uses a substantial amount of soybean oil and corn-derived ethanol in its formulation.

All three Infinyte models will be on display at the Toronto Boat Show, which runs Jan, 14-22.

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