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THE COMPANY:

ReconCraft knows, ? rst-hand, how important it is to have the right vessel to complete the mission during high- risk operations and get home safely. As former military ves- sel operators, shipboard engineers, and ? eet program man- agers, the ? rm uses its experience and the latest advances in design and manufacturing to provide vessels that enhance operational capabilities, reduce maintenance costs, and keep crews safe. ReconCraft combines extensive military and law enforcement experience with world-class design and manufacturing processes to build vessels that support with existing infrastructure; doctrine, mission require- ments, maintenance capabilities, and budget. ReconCraft

R CECON RAFT was recently selected to provide to provide U.S. Depart- 30830 SE Heiple Rd

Estacada, OR 97023 ment of State with (2) highly-specialized 42’ Fast Inter-

Tel: (877) 645-7761 ceptor vessels for foreign-country support. During April

Email: info@reconcraft.com

Website: www.reconcraft.com 2017, ReconCraft was recognized with the Department

CEO/President: Joe Silkowski / Jon Ho? ich of Homeland Security Small Business Achievement Award for their work on the Riverine Shallow Draft Vessel pro- with the Department of Homeland Security Small Busi- gram for U.S. Customs and Border Protection (USCBP). ness Achievement Award for their work on the Riverine

Shallow Draft Vessel program for U.S. Customs and Bor-

THE CASE: der Protection (USCBP). The citation hailed the Recon-

ReconCraft, a veteran-owned boat builder with of? ces Craft/USCBP team as “a shining example of how industry in Oregon and Massachusetts, was recently recognized and government can and should work together.” for-hire boats having recently delivered three RIBCRAFT 9.0’s to operators in Hawaii, New York and Florida with several additional tour boat deliveries scheduled this year, including an all-new 41’ RIBCRAFT 12.5. Separately, RIB-

CRAFT continues to ful? ll its ? ve-year contract with the

United States Navy to provide 7-meter rigid in? atable boats (RIBs) that will serve as deployable ready service lifeboats for

RIBCRAFT USA 88 Hoods Lane - PO Box 463 search and rescue missions onboard US Naval ships around

Marblehead, MA 01945 the world. RIBCRAFT has on-going deliveries to ? rst re-

Tel: (781) 639-9065

Email: info@ribcraftusa.com sponders throughout the country including rescue RIBs,

Website: www.ribcraftusa.com dive boats, and patrol and enforcement craft. RIBCRAFT

CEO/President: Brian Gray is committed to safety and law enforcement professionals

THE COMPANY: delivering RIBs that are durable, safe, and reliable.

RIBCRAFT designs and builds safe, durable, perfor- mance oriented rigid in? atable boats (RIBs) that ful? ll the most demanding military and professional applications. THE CASE:

With over twenty-? ve years of experience, RIBCRAFT For over twenty-? ve years, RIBCRAFT boats have be- provides the highest quality professional grade RIBs and in- come synonymous with safety, quality, durability and per- ? atables for military agencies, law enforcement, safety pro- formance. Built to order in the United States, RIBCRAFT fessionals, tour operators, private industry, and other marine is the only manufacturer who specializes exclusively in professionals. As an American owned RIB manufacturer, building professional grade rigid in? atable boats (RIBs).

RIBCRAFT has delivered thousands of RIBs worldwide. Serving all commercial markets from military agencies,

Dedicated to building dependable and durable professional safety professionals, state and local governments, and pri- grade RIBs, RIBCRAFT maintains its position as a leader vate industry, RIBCRAFT has developed one of the most in building USCG Sub Chapter T Certi? ed Passenger- reliable and recognized brands in the RIB market.

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