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Craik retires and sells Ingham Engineering

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Ingham Engineering in Ft. Lauderdale has sold to a new owner. After more than 25 years in the marine industry, Ian Craik will retire and Scott Blume will take ownership of the company on Aug. 1. At the same time, the business will relocate to 266 SW 31st Street, Ft. Lauderdale, (33315).

Ingham Engineering, Inc. will continue to provide parts and services including Italian metric fittings, pumps and windshield wiper systems, marine repairs and service.

For more details visit www.inghamengineering.com.

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