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Sunseeker prepare for a return to work

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Sunseeker International is implementing a phased return to work for all its employees starting as early as next week.

Given the complexity of operations, employees will be brought back in a controlled manner that will allow the boat building company to move to full production over the coming few weeks.

Commenting on the announcement, Andrea Frabetti, CEO said:

We are excited to be getting back to work. Our goal now is to achieve safe efficient production over the coming weeks so we can deliver boats to our customers who understandably, are keen to get afloat this summer.

In parallel, our new model development programme continues at a pace in order that we can offer the very latest range which is on course to double in size by 2022.

I’d like to personally thank our clients, employees and suppliers for their patience during this enforced period of shutdown.

We are fortunate to be able to return to work, to do what we love and deliver on the passion we all have for this industry.

Now, more than ever, the country needs us to do what we do best which will help deliver exports and support the economy.

As a proud UK manufacturer, we are eager to play our own small part in returning it to prosperity.

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John Moore

John raced Offshore UIM Class 3 in the 1980’s & 1990’s.
He served as the Cowes Torquay Cowes Event Director for 4 years, including running the 50 th Anniversary Event in 2010.
He has recently organised 4 British Offshore races under UKOPRA sanction.
He is the Editor of Powerboat Racing World.

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