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Centurion Boats Back in Production

The company had stopped building months ago, but a skeleton crew stayed on to build PPE.

Centurion Boats are being produced again after more than two months of stopped production due to the covid-19 pandemic.

The Correct Craft-owned company is returning in phases, ensuring that workers are following social distancing guidelines. In addition, they will monitor employees with daily temperature screenings and are providing PPEs to all, according to the company.

“We are also restricting outside visitors in an effort to keep our employees safe,” the company wrote in a blog post. “So while that Centurion factory tour you had planned may have to be delayed, please know that we have implemented these restrictions for the safety of our employees. Stay in close contact with your local dealer for updates on factory tours.”

During its temporary shutdown, a handful of staff remained on duty to design and build face shields and ear savers; the California-based company also donated N95 face masks to health care workers in the area. 


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