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SeaDek buys new plant

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Central Florida-based SeaDek Marine Products has purchased a new 72,000-square-foot production facility. SeaDek manufactures non-skid materials as alternatives to molded-in non-skid or paint-on textures.  

The move comes after years of growth that necessitated multiple off-site facilities for machine space and material storage. The move will bring all operations under one roof.



One of the first new uses for the additional floor space will be a drive-in custom factory installation service. Customers will be able to drive their trailered boats into one of the facility’s entrance ramps where SeaDek personnel will template, design and install custom non-skid kits. The added facility space will also allow SeaDek to expand their custom installer program.



For more information, visit www.seadek.com.

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