MN100: MetalCraft Marine Inc.

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

September 6, 2016

(Photo: MetalCraft Marine Inc.)

(Photo: MetalCraft Marine Inc.)

The Company:
MetalCraft Marine Incorporated is a fully integrated designer and manufacturer of custom high performance fire, rescue, patrol, research, and other specialized work boats. The company is the North American industry leader in the design and manufacturing of high speed aluminum water-jet propelled craft. MetalCraft Marine designs and builds custom and semi-custom aluminum workboats, provides engineering and analysis using computer aided design, fit out of marine mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and navigation systems, as well as powering with jet drive, inboard, sterndrive, pod drive or outboard propulsion. Refits include repowers and repairs on small and large workboats including dry-docking and crane services. The firm also provides service contracts for maintenance on workboats in service. The firm has about 100 employees.

The Case:

MetalCraft Marine has experienced a record year with some significant U.S. Navy and U.S. Coast Guard contracts. New York City also purchased a state of the art high speed fire/rescue boat to protect the NYC Harbor.

 
583 East Broadway
Cape Vincent, New York 13618
Tel: (613) 561-5803
Email: info@metalcraftmarine.com
Website: www.metalcraftmarine.com
CEO/President: Tom Wroe
 
 
(As published in the August 2016 MN100 edition of Marine News)
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