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James Dinnis and Carbon Art profiled in NZ Herald Business news

The company went global in 2004 and now more than 90 per cent of Carbon Art boards are exported. It has recorded year-on-year sales growth averaging 25 per cent a year for the past four years. Sales were also assisted by a string of riders setting speed and distance records on Carbon Art boards, including bragging rights as the first board to break the 50-knot barrier (as measured by GPS-speedsurfing.com), windsurfing's speed of sound mark. Dinnis says that record showed the sporting world that his boards were demonstrably faster than the competition.
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