Georgia boatbuilder resumes production

Published online: Nov 06, 2007 News
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Company president Steve Harris said the multimillion-dollar fire destroyed a significant number of boat molds, as well as a 50,000-square-foot building. The molds have been replaced and the new plant has undergone a significant upgrade and has 350,000 square feet of work space, he said.
"It's been tough these eight months as we were totally shut down for all but our Clearwater brand, which is manufactured at a second plant in Douglas," Harris said in a statement. "We are very appreciative of our dealers' patience and loyalty through this difficult time, and we look forward to the resumption of shipments of our product."

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