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PRODUCTS, SERVICES & PEOPLE Extra lift for HarborHoist HydroHoist Boat Lifts has increased the capacity of its HarborHoist hydropneumatic boat lift to 25,000lbs (11,340kg). Versatile, free-floating and constructed for long life using impactresistant polyethylene tanks and an aluminium frame, HarborHoist features a self-levelling lift system for added safety when launching and stowing. It is compatible with fixed or floating docks of all shapes and its hull support system can be configured for nearly all types of boats. HarborHoist is easily installed, safe to use and has a low profile that doesn’t obstruct shoreline views. It can be tied to a dock or moored with a conventional mooring system. If rope is used, the unit can be moved in places that are prone to flooding or hurricanes. Each unit is equipped with a push-button controller, has nonskid walkways and operates using standard 110 VAC power or an 1800-Watt generator, inverter or solar power system. Canopies are available for additional vessel protection. “We have seen incredible reception to smaller versions of the HarborHoist we introduced this year and received immediate requests to increase lifting capacity,” said Mick Webber, CEO HydroHoist Marine Group. “To meet customer demand we increased the size of the product, maximised lift capacity and increased the flexibility of the types of boats supported,” he confirmed. E: Delayna Trease Delayna Trease has joined HydroHoist Marine Group (HMG) as director of marketing. She has ten years of experience in sales and marketing and has played key roles in referral development, marketing planning, social media and web development strategies. “I am excited to have Delayna on the team,” said HMG president and CEO Mick Webber. “We are in an aggressive growth pattern and Delayna’s experience will be pivotal in the direction our marketing will take in the coming years.” Ultimate option for looks and lifespan The ‘Ultimate’ – a vinyl-clad, steelreinforced concrete dock pile has been introduced by Truline. Driven using the same methods and equipment as the company’s long-lasting seawalls or bulkheads, Ultimate offers tremendous versatility and aesthetic options in addition to requiring minimal maintenance. Available in three standard colours of light grey, sand and beige to match the seawall material and create a neat and streamlined look, Ultimate also comes with accessory options such as lighting and bumpers. Pipes for wiring can be hidden inside the piles prior to filling with concrete. The system can also be pin-piled in rocky soil conditions. E: - March/April 2019 53

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