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PO Box 2793, Duxbury, MA 02331
Tel: 781 934 0790 • Fax: 781 934 3281
Contact: Mike Stewart
Email: mac-us@macartney. * www.subconn.com
In January 1999 Subconn Inc. was established to service the underwater connector market in the Americas. The company is a joint venture between LVMM Inc., the manu- facturer and MacArtney A/S. Subconn Inc. has its head- quarters at the new manufacturing facility in Burwell and a sales and marketing base in Boston.
The connectors, all based on a simple but rugged contact design, are accepted as a cost effective solution by the off- shore, military, geophysical, nuclear and ocean science markets.
Subconn concept has been adapted to produce a number of special application connectors. These range from the geophysical telemetry connectors for transition zone appli- cations; high power connectors for subsea systems; field installable and oil filled harness connectors; proximity switches and a complete range of compatible metal shell bulkhead and flange mount connectors. been grouped into Six Business Lines with assigned Business Line leaders bringing you unparalleled knowledge and experience, Vehicle Systems,
Tooling & Robotic Systems, Support
Services, Defense, Process Controls
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Pipeline Communications and
Technology Inc. 2800 Woodlawn Dr., Ste. 264, Honolulu, HI 96822
Tel: 808-539-3820; Fax: 808-539-3819
CEO: Monte Littlefield
Vice Presidents: David Hales, Wayne Karo
Marketing Director: Brad Wheeler
Pipeline Communications and
Technology Inc. provides defense and commercial customers with advanced communications and decision sup- port technologies. It is a Hawaii
Qualified High Tech Business that maintains R&D facilities in
Honolulu. Its portfolio of solutions includes secure wireless communica- tions technology, innovative road-side bomb jammers that permit friendly communications and maritime radar contact management tools for colli- sion avoidance.
Plymouth Marine Laboratory
Prospect Place, The Ho, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 3DH
Tel: +44 (0)1752 633437: Fax: +44 (0)1752 633101
CEO: Nick Owens - Director
President: Peter Claridge - Director of Operations
Dave Robins - Head of Corporate & External Affairs
Number of Employees: 122
Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) is an independent, impartial provider of scientific research, con- tract services and advice on the marine environment, with a focus on understanding marine ecosystems and reducing uncertainty about the complex processes and structures that sustain life in the seas and their role in the Earth system. PML delivers inno- vative research and solutions for marine and coastal programs world- wide.
Pro-Tect Plastic and Supply, Inc.
PO Box 1377, Jacksonville, OR 97530
Tel: 541-774-5506; Fax: 541-774-5508
CEO: Sharri Griffin
Vice President: Jim Griffin
Number of Employees: 3
Annual Sales (US$): $1.5 million
Pro-Tect Plastics and Supply, Inc. is a company that specializes in provid- ing the material, equipment, supplies and technical services to package, weatherize and preserve valuable products, parts and equipment. The
Pro-Tect shrink-wrap process results in a tough, weather tight barrier, which will protect any shaped object from the elements on a temporary or long-term basis. We also specialize in supplying materials for containments of Ships in or out of dry dock for repairs or sandblast cleaning.
Specializing in 7, 9 and 10.5 mil heat shrink films that are specifically formulated and developed by Pro-
Tect Plastics, heat shrink tapes, spray adhesives, poly woven strapping,
Shrinkfast heat tools and parts. Pro-
Tect Plastics and Supply, Inc. has suc- cessfully completed SSPC Guide 6
Class 1A shrink wrap containments throughout the United States on bridges, dams, ships, buildings, and tanks.
Sea School 8440 4th Street North
St. Petersburg, Fl.
Tel: 727-577-3992 t.
Fax: 737-522-3155 f. www.seaschool.com
Sea School has been serving mariners since 1977, offering USCG approved courses such as, maritime affairs, marine engineering, marine transportation and nautical science.
The Sea School's USCG Certified
Licensed Instructors have knowledge and experience in commercial vessel operations and instruction.
Headquartered in St. Petersburg,
Fl., the school is nationally renowned with offices across the U.S. and in the
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