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Next-gen sewers

Strategic onboarding and training help marine fabrication shops stay in the game—while providing entry-level sewers viable career paths. 

Features | July 1, 2022 | By: Sigrid Tornquist

Antonio, one of SewLong Custom Covers’ youngest team members, hones his sewing skills on a cinch cover. Photo: Laura Kinser, Kinser Studios It’s not easy. Attracting, hiring and keeping sewers is perhaps one of the most challenging issues facing marine fabrication shops today. But the good news is that it is not an insurmountable challenge. […]


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