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Vice President: Lisa Morton
Sales Manager" Rami Tadros
Number of Employees: 5
Annual Sales: $400,000
Founded in 1991 in Aberdeen, the company moved to Houston in 1996.
It has 3 three core areas of operation.
Navigation system software and hard- ware, projects have included minesweeping control, geophysical and seismic navigation systems. The second are is passenger information systems for cruise vessels. The third area is interface hardware and systems of commercial shipping. This third area includes VDRs and a satellite based doppler sonr replacement.
The company has several versions of its EZNav positioning software in the field for geophysical and offshore construction operations. The Serial
Shot Controller is a microprocessor unit which enables precise shot tim- ing with Windows based software.
The companys SP2000 fiber optic gyrocompass has been sold to several customers including the US military.
The new AMI VR 2272B, is a land- mark in VDR/sVDR design. Small in size, but easy to configure and install.
Government of Newfoundland and
Innovation, Research and Advanced Technologies Branch
Department of Innovation, Trade and Rural Development
P.O. Box 8700, St. John’s, NL A1B4J6
Tel: 709-729-7000; Fax: 709-729-5936 www.gov.nl.ca/intrd www.nlbusiness.ca (See Profile on page 31)
Gregg Drilling & Testing, Inc. 2726 Walnut Avenue, Signal Hill, CA 90755
Tel: 562-427-6899; Fax: 562-427-3314
President: John M. Gregg
Vice President: Patrick Keating
Director of Marketing and Business Development: Tim
Boyd (See Profile on page 30)
Guarino & Cox, LLC 19399 Helenbirg Road, Suite 203, Covington, La. 70433
Tel: 985-871-9997; Fax: 985-871-9927
President: Greg Cox
Vice President: Sal Guarino
Number of Employees: 20
Guarino & Cox,LLC has been pro- viding naval architecture and engi- neering services to the marine indus- try since 1980. The company has a reputation for innovative design and engineering resulting in vessels that are builder friendly yet efficent in operation. Though relatively small in number, the majority of its staff members have more than 20 years of on the job experience. The firm exe- cuted the design and contract draw- ings for the AGOR 23 class of research ships.
Hafmynd - Gavia Ltd
Fiskislod 73, 101 Reykjavik, Iceland
Tel: +354 5112990; Fax: +354 5112999
Internet: www.gavia.is (See Profile on page 35)
Heila Marine Cranes
Via della costituzione 43, Poviglio RE Italy 42028
Tel: +39052296652; Fax: +390522960391
CEO: E. Ferrari
President: M. Ferrari
Marketing Director: Ivan B. Zwijnenburg
Number of Employees: 80
Annual Sales: $20 million
Since 1978, manufacturers of First
Class Marine Crane, Deck
Equipment and Hydraulic lifting solutions for goods and peopl.
Supplying Cranes to all major ship- yards, dredging companies and off- shore industry. A complete range of
Marine Cranes, containing Stiff boom box cranes, knuckle booms, foldable cranes, telescopic cranes and custom build hydraulic cranes.
Certification according to Lloyds,
BV, ABS, GL, CCS and many others.
Hydra Dynamics 19 Wrenfield Place, The Woodlands,
Montgomery, TX 77384
Tel: 936-273-2882; Fax: 936-273-2883
President: J Carter Miller Jr.
International custom manufacturer of severe service hydraulic cylinders and systems. Pioneered specialty coatings, laser cladding, and splash zone rated marine hydraulic equip- ment. Designed and built the all stainless steel riser tensioner cylinders used on Shell's URSA TLP platform in the GOM. Pioneered composite seals and bearings for offshore and subsea marine hydraulic applications.
President: Christopher von Alt
Vice President of Marketing: Kevin McCarthy
Number of Employees: 20 (See Profile on page 37)
Suite 201 1118 Topsail Road, Mount Pearl, Newfoundland
Canada A1N 5E7
Tel +7097540400; Fax: +7097540419
CEO: Neil Chaulk
Marketing Director: Jacquelyn Holden
ICAN was established in November 1996 by Neil Chaulk. Neil, a profes- sional engineer, had been working with the Canadian Coast Guard when he conceived of a company that could provide Differential GPS (DGPS) consulting to other coun- tries. By early 1997, the company had begun efforts to include develop- ment and distribution of electronic charting systems (ECS) and other marine navigation software.
ICAN designs and implements nav- igation and communications software systems as well as providing infra- structure, consulting, and project management.
Interocean Systems 4241 Ponderosa Avenue, Suite A,
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