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FJ Propeller Miami, a subsidiary of Frank and Jimmie’s Propeller in Ft. Lauderdale, has acquired the assets of the 66-year-old Anchor Miami Propeller.



The purchase was completed on July 19. FJ Propeller Miami has moved into the former Anchor Miami property at 2185 N.W. 34 Ave. All phone numbers remain the same.



The acquisition provides FJ Propeller with 37 more employees, including 15 propeller technicians, seven machinists, seven customer service reps, a naval architect and an engineer. Acquired equipment includes six Hale MRI’s (up to 80-inch diameter capacity), two dynamic balancing machines (up to 80-inch diameter capacity), eight lathes (up to 4-inch diameter capacity), and four shaft straightening presses (up to 6-inch capacity).



Frank & Jimmie’s was also established in 1947. In addition to locations in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale, there are FJ Propeller shops in the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Venezuela and Colombia.

For more information, visit fjprop.com.

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