Bryton Marine Group Joins Canada’s Best Managed Companies Platinum Club

Bryton Marine Group

May 28, 2024

Bryton Marine Group, a renowned family-owned leader in the marine industry, proudly announces its induction into the prestigious Platinum Club of Canada’s Best Managed Companies, marking a remarkable milestone in its legacy of excellence, innovation, and community enrichment.

The Platinum Club membership is an exclusive honor reserved for Canada’s top-tier organizations that have maintained Best Managed status for seven consecutive years or more. This recognition reaffirms Bryton Marine Group’s unwavering commitment to unparalleled performance, visionary leadership, and sustainable growth.

Canada’s Best Managed Companies is one of the country’s leading business awards programs recognizing innovative and world-class businesses. Every year, hundreds of entrepreneurial companies compete for this designation in a rigorous and independent evaluation process.

As a family-owned enterprise, Bryton Marine Group is deeply rooted in its purpose: to enrich local and maritime communities for future generations. This commitment to community, coupled with their objective to build the most desired premium aluminum boats worldwide, underscores Bryton’s enduring mission to provide multi-generational positive impact.

“It’s truly an honor to stand shoulder to shoulder among the esteemed members of the Platinum Club,” said Byron Bolton, CEO of Bryton Marine Group. “This recognition is a testament to the dedication and hard work of every member of our team. As we set our sights on the future, we’re committed to constant innovation, adapting to our customers’ needs, and pioneering new products into new markets.”

Looking ahead, Bryton Marine Group remains dedicated to its vision of shaping the future of the marine industry, setting new benchmarks of excellence, and leaving a lasting legacy for generations to come.

“We are deeply honoured to be recognized with Canada’s Best Managed Platinum designation,” exclaimed Sarah Gregory, Bryton’s Chief Human Resources Officer. “This accolade is a testament to our team’s unwavering commitment to excellence, innovation, and a workplace culture that embraces diverse perspectives. It’s not just about the recognition; it’s about continuing to lead with purpose and setting new standards for what it means to be a truly great place to work.” 

For more information about Bryton Marine Group and its portfolio, please visit

About Canada’s Best Managed Companies

Canada’s Best Managed Companies continues to be the mark of excellence for Canadian-owned and managed companies with revenues over $50 million. Every year since the launch of the program in 1993, hundreds of entrepreneurial companies have competed for this designation in a rigorous and independent process that evaluates their management skills and practices. The awards are granted on four levels: 1) Canada’s Best Managed Companies new winner (one of the new winners selected each year); 2) Canada’s Best Managed Companies winner (award recipients that have re-applied and successfully retained their Best Managed designation for two additional years, subject to annual operational and financial review); 3) Gold Standard winner (after three consecutive years of maintaining their Best Managed status, these winners have demonstrated their commitment to the program and successfully retained their award for 4-6 consecutive years); 4) Platinum Club member (winners that have maintained their Best Managed status for seven years or more). Program sponsors are Deloitte Private, CIBC, The Globe and Mail, Saleforce, and TMX Group. For more information, visit

About Bryton Marine Group

Family-owned Bryton is the largest privately owned builder of welded aluminum boats for commercial and recreational markets in North America. Bryton Marine Group includes; All American Marine, BRIX Marine, EagleCraft, Renaissance Marine Group and KingFisher Boats. Bryton holds sacred its entrepreneurial spirit while taking advantage of its diverse portfolio. Each company operates independently while sharing common principles, planning guidelines and goals. Bryton strives for excellence in advanced tooling, engineering, design, and naval architecture. Headquartered in Vernon B.C., Bryton has grown to over 500 employees, with the #1 market share for welded aluminum boats in North America.

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