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IBBI signs deal with Attwood Marine

Independent Boat Builders Inc. recently named Attwood Marine as the preferred vendor for lighting products and Environmental Protection Agency-certified fuel systems.

Attwood is pleased to be chosen to supply IBBI builders lighting products and complete EPA-certified fuel systems,” company president Chris Drees said in a statement. “Attwood will be working with IBBI builders to meet all new EPA, American Boat and Yacht Council and California Air Resources Board requirements in the safest, most cost-effective way possible.”

Attwood is a supplier of navigational lighting, pumps and blowers, fuel accessories, electrical products, gas springs, trailer components, boat seating, boat covers and boat bimini tops.

“We are pleased to expand our relationship with Attwood and have been very pleased with the implementation process of new EPA-certified fuel systems for our builder members,” IBBI president Tom Broy said in a statement.

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