Tag Archives: Marine CEO Sentiment Survey

Marine CEOs remain optimistic

Boat manufacturing increases

NMMA’s Q4 2020 Marine CEO Sentiment Report shows marine CEO assessments of current conditions and short-term outlooks were the most optimistic since the survey’s inception in 2018. This report follows historic new boat retail sales in 2020. The quarterly survey assesses the state of the U.S. recreational boat, engine and marine accessory manufacturing businesses. “Despite the challenges marine manufacturers faced in 2020, ...

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Marine CEOs more optimistic

Marine CEOs optimistic

NMMA’s Q2 2020 Marine CEO Sentiment Report, a quarterly survey to assess the state and needs of U.S. recreational boat, engine and marine accessory manufacturing businesses, shows marine CEO sentiment has improved considerably since the onset of the pandemic. “Marine CEO sentiment was much more optimistic in Q2, returning to levels pre-pandemic, bolstered by record new boat sales this summer,” said ...

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Marine CEOs give insight to COVID-19 impact

NMMA’s Q1 2020 Marine CEO Sentiment Report, a quarterly survey to assess the state and needs of U.S. marine manufacturing, is now available. As a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new section of the survey was added to capture specific feedback relating to business impacts – from supply chain disruptions to plant closures and labor separations. This feedback will ...

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NMMA reports marine CEOs more confident in Q4

Business confidence among marine manufacturer CEOs increased in the fourth quarter with 88% of marine CEOs saying current conditions were stable or expanding (56% and 32%, respectively), compared to 76% (51% stable and 27% expanding) in the third quarter. The report comes from NMMA's Marine CEO Sentiment Survey for Q4 2019 that includes insights on a quarterly basis from senior executives at ...

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