The Haines Group: evolution of a family business

June 2011
Ausmarine;Jun2011, Vol. 33 Issue 8, p20
Trade Publication
The author provides information on Haines Group and how it evolved from a family boat-building enterprise into a provider of marine technology. He presents an overview of the products offered by the company such as the patented Signature Variable Deadrise Hull, the Lean Burn and the Resin Injection Vacuum Assisted Low Emission (RIVALE) process. Particular focus is also given to the key strengths of the group as well as its future plans with focus on the expansion of Suzuki dealer network and the utilization of RIVALE technology.


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