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Georgia: Sailfish Boats manufacturing headquarters to expand in Grady County, create 70 jobs

Christian Fernsby |
Sailfish Boats will invest more than $1 million and increase their workforce by more than 30% as they expand their manufacturing headquarters in Grady County, Georgia.

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This investment at Sailfish Boats and in Grady County will create 70 jobs in southwest Georgia and results from a sharp increase in customer demand for fishing and recreational boats.

Established in 1986, Sailfish Boats produces dual and center console boats built for offshore and inshore fishing. The company is headquartered in Cairo, Georgia, and currently employs more than 130 Georgians. Once this expansion is complete, the company will employ close to 200 people in southwest Georgia.

The company will be hiring for careers in engineering as well as production areas of lamination and assembly. Individuals interested in opportunities with Sailfish Boats are encouraged to visit for additional information.

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