Premier Scott Moe visited Alumarine on Friday, August 18, along with Saskatchewan Rivers Candidate for the Sask Party Eric Schmalz.
“Business is booming for Alumarine Boats Manufacturing, who are selling more than ever and creating jobs and opportunities for the people of Spruce Home and Prince Albert,” Premier Scott Moe said on Facebook. “Thank you for showing me around your top-notch facility and for giving this community an incredible business that you all can be very proud of.”
“We were honoured to have Premier Scott Moe and Eric Schmalz visit our facility,” says Ron Bonneau, GM of Alumarine. “Our staff work hard to build a top- quality boat that is well known in the north for being the toughest boat around, and we were proud to show the Premier one of only a few boat manufacturers in Canada that is located right here in Prince Albert.”
Athabasca Basin Development has ownership in Alumarine, a boat manufacturer that originated in Manitoba in 1967 and was brought to Saskatchewan in 2019. The award-winning company employs 17 full- time staff at its Prince Albert plant and has grown to service 12 dealers across Canada.