Dubbed AMH Government Services, Baja Marine, Inc.’s commercial division for its Baja, Donzi and Pro-Line brands is reporting “steady sales” from the first half of 2015, according to a press release from the Washington, N.C. company. In addition to supplying models for law enforcement and other government agencies, the division builds boats for rental outfits such as the Freedom Boat Club.
Baja Marine’s AMH Government Services division reportedly has delivered 15 boats so far in 2015. Photo courtesy Baja Marine.
According to the release, AMH Government Services has delivered two Pro-Line 2600 center consoles and three Donzi 290 center consoles to the Lake of the Ozarks State Highway Patrol since the beginning of this year. Hennepin County, Minnesota, which includes Minneapolis and the Lake Minnetonka area, took delivery of two Pro-Line 2600 center consoles in May.
““This brings them (AMH) up to 15 of our boats so far,” said Johnny Walker, the president and chief executive officer of Baja Marine, Inc., in the release. “AMH’s commercial business is doing very well this year as a nice supplement to our consumer boat-building operations.”
Commercial builds currently underway at the Baja factory include three Pro-Line 2300 center consoles for the Tennessee Valley Lake Authority Police Department, and a Pro-Line 2400 Bay Boat for the Osceola County, Fla,, Sherriff’s Department.
“In addition to our government orders, we also are proud of our ongoing relationship building Pro-Lines for the Freedom Boat Club,” Walker said.
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