Hart Marine

May 2011
Ausmarine;May2011, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p21
Trade Publication
The article features Victoria-based boat builder Hart Marine. The company was established by managing director Mal Hart in 1980. It describes how Hart initially built small offshore cedar boats in 1983 before incorporating research and innovation in boat products. Carbon car prototype technology has been applied to the boat building process of the firm in the early 2000s. The notable training of the staff of the company are emphasized, adding that they are not only competent in boat building but also skilled in client relations.


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