4 boat covers in 1, Cover-1 is not only a money saver but also a green solution for boatbuilders with easy installation features that are wowing consumers . . . more info
BOW & COCKPIT COVERS
Patents is the key word here — Ameritex holds several that provide unique integration between windshield and cover, are more watertight, and easier for consumers to operate . . . more info
Advanced dialectic welding capabilities along with superior materials makes Ameritex pontoon enclosures veritably waterproof and a pleasure to look at, even on the inside . . . more info
It goes without saying that the fabric used on Ameritex Biminis is top notch, but it’s the frames that really make a difference — sturdily constructed with proprietary fittings and quick mounting and detachment features . . . more info
CONVERTIBLES & CAMPERS
The only supplier of a true waterproof marine enclosure, Ameritex’s convertible and camper tops are made with first-rate materials, state-of-the-art dialectic welding and attention to every detail . . . more info
Ameritex Fabric Systems manufactures fabric enclosures for recreation boats using the best materials on the market today. Combined with superior dialectic welding capabilities, Ameritex is the only supplier of a true waterproof top, providing OEM customers with a finished product that looks as good inside as it does outside because there are no unfinished edges.
Ameritex Fabric Systems joined the Taylor Made Group in 2009. The two companies combined now hold numerous U.S. patents for marine canvas attachment systems. These proprietary innovations, advanced capabilities and commitment to the highest quality materials have made Ameritex the premiere supplier of canvas enclosures for the marine market. It’s also given them opportunities in other markets, such as supplying lightweight fabric doors for Global Electric Motorcars (aka GEM cars), formerly owned by Chrysler and now by Polaris.
Operating out of a modern facility in Bradenton, Florida with 45,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space, Ameritex will continue to find ways to improve fabric enclosures for the recreational boating industry while exploring new avenues for their expertly-crafted products.
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