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Malibu Logs 5 Million Safe Hours

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Malibu Boats achieved more than 5 million safe hours worked at its Loudon, Tenn., facility, the company reported in a statement. That means the production facility worked more than 1,680 days without an injury incident.

“It is with great pride that we recognize our Malibu team for this achievement,” CEO Jack Springer said. “While we have a proactive approach to health and safety, it is each and every team member that made this happen.”

In the period monitored, Malibu said it built approximately 17,500 boats and that the production team increased from 474 to 775 workers.

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