Three boat brands fall victim to coronavirus as Polaris ends Indiana boat production

Larson builds fibreglass bowriders, sport boats and fishing boats under the Larson and Striper brands

Polaris has discontinued production of three of its boat brands and will be shuttering the Syracuse, Indiana plant where they are made.

Polaris has discontinued production of three of its boat brands and will be shuttering the Syracuse, Indiana plant where they are made. The company said it made a “strategic decision to focus its marine investments and growth efforts on its flagship boating brands,” and will stop producing its Rinker, Striper and Larson FX boats in June.  Bob Mack, senior vice president of Corporate Development & Strategy, who oversees boat manufacturing went on to say…

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