Nautique starts expansion of world headquarters

Nautique announced the expansion of its world headquarters and manufacturing facility today with a groundbreaking ceremony.
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Nautique announced the expansion of its world headquarters and manufacturing facility today with a groundbreaking ceremony to start the $8 million project, which will be completed in January.

Nautique said the expansion comes as the company continues to experience significant growth in the marketplace. The company plans to increase its workforce to accommodate rising demand.

The new facility will include a new product design and development facility that integrates a design studio, engineering lab and prototyping lab. The expansion also will allow the company to continue to develop its manufacturing techniques in every step of the build process with more space and new equipment in every department.

“The marketplace has responded to the game-changing, innovative products that Nautique Boat Co. has delivered the past few years,” Nautique president Greg Meloon said in a statement. “This facility expansion will provide our growing team with the resources necessary to continue the innovation of our products and cutting-edge manufacturing processes.”

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