Chaparral is built in Georgia by its publicly traded parent company, Marine Products Corp. Founder Buck Pegg and president Jim Lane have led the company since its inception in 1977. Chaparral builds seven models, including sportboats, sport decks, towboats, cruisers and sport yachts.
Marine Products Corp. to focus on high-demand models for 2020
Sterndrive sales continue to drop, though outboard models have increased.
Marine Products Corp. reports record sales and profits
The record quarter is a mixed bag: Units sold down 7 percent, price per unit up 10 percent.
Marine Products Corp. reports 7 percent gain in Q1 sales
But the parent of Chaparral and Robalo said demand for smaller boats dropped while labor costs rose.
Concerns about tariffs and 2019 uncertainty prompts financial firm to downgrade stocks for two marine companies
Polaris and Marine Products Corp. were dropped from “buy” to “neutral,” and “buy” to “sell,” respectively.
Marine Products Corp. makes Fortune’s 100 Fastest Growing Companies list
Parent company of Chaparral and Robalo is ranked at 73.
Marine Products Corp. reports 22 percent gain in Q3 sales
The parent of Robalo and Chaparral said its order backlog is higher than a year ago, reflecting dealer optimism about 2019 market demand.
Marine Products Corp. releases third quarter earnings
Marine Products Corp. generated net sales of about $5.9 million, a 6.9-percent increase over last year’s earnings of just over $5.5 million.
Chaparral and Robalo hand out six college scholarships
Chaparral Boats and Robalo Boats awarded $60,000 in college scholarships to six graduating seniors.
Chaparral wakesurf boat debuts at Surf Expo in Florida
Chaparral Boats teamed with Volvo Penta to open the Surf Expo 2016 with a private demonstration of a wakesurf boat that Chaparral recently introduced.
Chaparral models will feature Malibu wake-surf technology
Chaparral Boats will be the first to offer Malibu Boat’s wake-surf technology on sterndrive boats.