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Bennett Marine receives ISO 9001 certification

Bennett Marine, a division of Yamaha Marine Systems Company, Inc., earned International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001 certification for the design and manufacturing of trim tab systems in September. This internationally recognized standard ensures Bennett Marine meets the needs of customers through an effective quality management system. “Bennett Marine is known for producing quality trim tabs and the ISO9001 certification ...

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Yamaha reinforces commitment to workforce development

Yamaha workforce development

During a visit with U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt at Yamaha’s facility in Newnan, Ga., Mike Chrzanowski, president of Yamaha Motor Manufacturing Corporation, and Ben Speciale, president of Yamaha U.S. Marine Business Unit, signed the Pledge to America’s Workers, reinforcing Yamaha’s commitment to workforce development. “Manufacturing jobs represent the backbone of the U.S. economy. Within the recreational industry, ...

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Bennett Marine named NMDA Supplier of the Year

Bennett Marine, Inc. was recently named 2017 Supplier of the Year by the National Marine Distributors Association. Awarded annually by the distributor members of NMDA, the Supplier of the Year award recognizes those companies who meet and exceed the standards and goals set by the Supplier of the Year committee. All finalists receive valuable ratings and evaluations from distributor customers. ...

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Yamaha purchases Bennett Marine

Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. announced the acquisition of Bennett Marine, Inc., creator of the adjustable trim tab. The company is known for hydraulic trim tab systems and the recently launched Bolt electric trim tab and AutoTrim Pro systems. With its manufacturing facility and headquarters in Deerfield Beach, Fla., Bennett Marine will become a part of Yamaha’s newly created subsidiary, Yamaha ...

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Stronger U.S. dollar puts pressure on exports

Economic rebound good for industry, but stronger U.S. dollar making exporting more difficult Nowhere has the rebirth of the U.S. economy been more evident than in the recreational boating industry. Once quiet factories now hum with activity as manufacturers churn out exciting new products. Dealer lots no longer house significant volumes of non-current inventory, and the noise level at winter ...

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