Emarine Australia’s dedication to and success with Back Cove Yachts throughout Australasia has been recognised with an achievement award from the US manufacturer.
Combining the latest technologies in boatbuilding with traditional painstaking craftsmanship in the production of every vessel, Back Cove has built 370 of its Downeast-styled motor yachts to date, of which Emarine Australia has sold 22.
Back Cove Yachts vice president, marketing and sales, Bentley Collins said Emarine Australia’s contribution to the marque’s export business was exceptional.
“Emarine Australia and, in particular, Jed Elderkin’s devoted effort on Back Cove’s behalf has been outstanding,” Mr Collins said.
“While the actual sales percentage of around six per cent may not seem huge, in the export business if you add up two or three ‘six per cents’, you have a very good export segment.
“It’s our goal at Back Cove to export 20 per cent of our production, so Jed has contributed more than his fair share of that goal.”
Further to Emarine Australia’s excellent sales performance, the Back Cove achievement award also recognises Jed’s reputation for superior after sales service, his closeness with his clients and his positive outlook… all of which, according to Mr Collins, make him “a very good representative for our brand in Australia”.
Emarine Australia will soon take delivery of the new Back Cove 30 and will also deliver the first hull of Back Cove’s sister brand, Sabre Yachts, to its Australian owner before the end of the year.
To experience firsthand why Back Cove motor yachts are winning the hearts of Australian boaters, visit Emarine Australia’s display on Cockle Bay Marina during the Sydney International Boat Show, 29 July – 2 August 2010.
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