Sudbury Boat Care Products acquires Tip Top Products

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Sudbury Boat Care Products said it has acquired Tip Top Products.

Tip Top Products is the manufacturer of the Tip Top Teak brand of teak cleaners and marine cleaning products.

Massachusetts-based Sudbury described the acquisition of Tip Top as “the perfect marriage of two well known marine brands.”

Sudbury said Tip Top is best known for high-quality teak cleaners and teak oil products and said the Tip Top product line will complement and expand the Sudbury Boat Care line of marine and RV cleaning products.

Sudbury said the Tip Top Teak brand will remain and be marketed, along with the Sudbury Boat Care line, to the marine, RV and patio markets worldwide.

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