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Lobster Stunner - Trevor Spinney and Jim Reeves

MainstreetPEI10x7.jpgA PEI company has sold its first ever lobster stunner to a North American company. Charlottetown Metal Products manufactured the equipment for a processor in New Brunswick and says they've purchased it to hold on to their German clients. The CBC's Patrick Faller spoke with Trevor Spinney, Vice president of sales at CMP and Jim Reeves, the project manager for the seafood division at the company.

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