Travelift at Work in BC

Tuesday, March 21, 2000
Marine Travelift, Inc. announced Canada's largest Marine Travelift mobile boat hoist is currently in service in a brand new, 15-acre workyard and boat storage facility in Richmond, BC. The state-of-the-art, $1.1 million, 220-ton capacity hoist, which weighs 125 tons, can lift boats from roughly 30 to 150 ft. Arrow Marine Services is a division of well-known Canadian trucking firm Arrow Transportation Systems. According to Brian Charles, general manager, Arrow'spurchase of the Marine Travelift hoist generated significant demand for a full-service shipyard and marine center.
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