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Transfer Of Ownership Of Florida Yard Results In Expanded Services

New ownership and new management are bringing years of shipbuilding, repair and fabrication experience to Runyan Industries, Inc., formerly known as Runyan Shipyard, Inc. Runyan, in the shiprepair, machine shop, and steel fabrication business, offers a complete range of services to the marine and industrial communities. Under new ownership, Runyan has expanded its capabilities to include new vessel and barge construction, and a marine industrial park for various specialized repair businesses.

Runyan Industries is located on Boyou Chico, off Pensacola Bay in Pensacola, Fla., on the Gulf of Mexico.

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