Report says Hinckley at financial crossroads

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Hinckley Yachts, which has been in business since 1928, is faced with high financial pressure, according to a recent report.

Having reduced its work force from 625 employees at its peak in mid-2008 to 305 by the end of August, the company's debts are reportedly still weighing Hinckley down.

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