FJ Propeller Acquires Anchor Miami Propeller

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Monday, September 09, 2013
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FJ Propeller Miami is a subsidiary of Frank & Jimmie’s Propeller in Fort Lauderdale established in 1947, and Anchor Miami was established in the same year becoming known throughout Latin America as a leading source of running gear.

This acquisition strengthens the FJ Propeller brand’s capabilities by now providing its customers in South Florida with an  experienced, qualified staff of 37 which includes; 15 propeller technicians, 7 machinists, 7 customer service reps, 1 Naval Architect, 1 engineer, plus 6 support staff and management personnel.  Equipment includes; (6) Hale MRI’s (up to 80” diameter capacity) - (2) Dynamic Balancing Machines (up to 80” diameter capacity) - (8) Lathes (up to 4” diameter capacity) - (4) Shaft Straightening Presses (up to 6” capacity).

FJ Propeller Miami is a subsidiary of Frank & Jimmie’s Propeller in Fort Lauderdale. In addition to their Miami and Fort Lauderdale locations, there are FJ Propeller shops in: The Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Venezuela and Colombia.  They add that all locations utilize the Hale MRI and most locations have dynamic balancing.

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