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HISTORY OF FLOE

History of FLOE

It all started in 1983 when Wayne Floe, at the age of 19, designed his first boat lift.

The company’s original name was United States Boat Hoist and Dock Company. This first lift was unlike any other on the market. It had a roller bunk bed on a twin winch vertical lift. This lift allowed you to literally drive the boat up and out of the water. Once out of the boat all you had to do was crank the rear winch up and out of the water. This first lift was used for over a decade and is still functional and now on display at FLOE.

Since that time, change has been a part of the winning formula.

One thing that has remained the same is FLOE products are always designed and produced with innovation at the core. Some examples of this innovation include FLOE’s exclusive VSD boat lift drive train, Easy-Level legs on docks and boat lifts, highly impact-resistant thermoformed Cargo Max trailer bodies, the Aluma-Grain decking finish on our top selling dock systems. Most recently, we built a 40,000 square foot building to house the worlds largest thermoforming machine and to produce FLOE CRAFT luxury watercraft.

Throughout the journey and going forward, FLOE always has and will stay true to delivering only innovative products and services that deliver exceptional value. All of us at FLOE appreciate your interest and welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and business.

The timeline link below highlights many of the milestones of the journey.

Thanks for your interest in FLOE’s history.