YRM announces two pending patentsMay 9, 2013 by Guest Writer
Yacht Repairs and Maintenance (YRM) of Ft. Lauderdale has two patents pending for its tender/jetski chocks. The half-moon chock and the full-round chock are made from marine grade aluminum, custom fitted for each boat, with state-of-the-art metalworking equipment.
YRM was founded in 2008 and expanded into custom stainless steel and aluminum fabrication in October. For more information, visit www.yrmcustom.com.
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