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March 24, 2008
The Secret to Success: OUR PEOPLE!
At RIBCRAFT, our success in building quality professional grade RIBs is a direct result of our fantastic employees. Since beginning our U.S. operations in 2001, we've experienced significant growth - developing into one of the leading manufacturers of rigid inflatable boats in North America and the entire Globe for that matter. Our meteoric rise is a direct result of great people. As we continue to strive to deliver the best RIBs and service available, we are always searching for talented and motivated people to join our team. Currently, we're looking for people who want to be part of our exciting and growing company as members of our sales, accounting/ finance department, and production teams. If you harbor a desire to join an energetic growing company in the only expanding segment of the marine industry that is committed to delivering the best, then send an email with your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. And to our current employees - Thank you!...
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March 17, 2008
Practical For Tactical
Military Special Forces were among the earliest adopters of RIBs. The reason, quite simply, is safety, performance, and versatility. First and foremost, a RIB is ideal for keeping the crew safe while en route to their intended destination. For many Special Forces and tactical teams, a RIB is used as a means of deployment to a land or water based target. They rely on speed for the element of surprise and to insure mission success. While at speed, the crew and members of the tactical team can be subject to severe impacts and harsh elements for long periods of time. A RIB, with its deep V hull and inflatable tube, mitigates that by providing a far smoother and dryer ride than hard sided vessels. A less bruised and battered group of Special Forces is far more capable to perform at the top of their game when they reach their destination. Tactical forces require an open light weight high speed platform...
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March 03, 2008
Fire departments must always work to meet the many needs of the people they protect. For some, water rescue and the ability to respond to water related accidents are among these. You might be amazed to learn as I was, that in some cities and towns water related incidents outnumber fire-related injuries and fatalities. You don't need to be located on the ocean to justify or require a fire/rescue boat. Many landlocked towns are using boats on reservoirs, rivers, and lakes. If a town has a marina, homes tightly nestled along the water's edge, thousands of recreational boaters and swimmers be they on a lake, ocean, or reservoir a rescue boat is essential to respond to the inevitable accidents. Beyond the expected rescue responses, a rescue boat also provides departments with access to remote locations that aren't accessible by land – be it an island or remote wooded area located on a large lake or along the ocean. A proper...
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