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Derecktor expands

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Derecktor in South Florida recently entered into an informal collaboration with its neighbors at Powell Brothers Barge Terminal, which completed an upgrade to its docks this fall, allowing the berthing of large yachts in-water at the facility.

A transition between the two yards has been built and the mobile lift can now operate within the Powell Brothers yard. The new Powell entity managing these vessels is called Taylor Lane Yacht & Ship.

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