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CLEARWATER, Fla. – July 30, 2015 – Today Sea Hawk Paints, the world’s leading premium nautical coating brand, announced the introduction of a new series of informative Hawk Epoxy training videos to provide marine service professionals and do-it-yourselfers proven techniques for protecting and enhancing the longevity of their vessels. Each video is scripted and shot in a way that provides viewers virtually instant understanding of the wide range of application specific solutions the Hawk Epoxy system provides making it quick and easy to translate the video instructions to real world applications. The first five videos in the series focus on specific solutions for using Hawk Epoxy to perform every-day boat repairs. The topics addressed in the Hawk Epoxy training videos include: Hawk Epoxy Proper Measuring and Mixing, Sealing a Fiberglass Hull with Hawk Epoxy, Patching Holes in a Boat with Hawk Epoxy, Hardware Replacement Adhesion with Hawk Epoxy, and Fairing Hull Imperfections with Hawk Epoxy. The Hawk Epoxy video series can be accessed on the Sea Hawk Paints website:
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VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – July 21, 2015 – As its mission centers around ships going to sea, the United States Navy (U.S. Navy) relies heavily on the execution of evolutions on weather decks where equipment and personnel are often exposed to the sea and its dangers. It is no surprise that this is an important aspect of shipboard life with crews devoting significant funding, maintenance, and training towards ensuring proper operation and execution of deck systems and events ranging from the launch of a small boat to the launch and recovery of landing craft. Despite this historic need within the fleet, the U.S. Navy did not place emphasis on deck systems until recently.
NORFOLK, Va. – July 21, 2015 – The organizers of SHIPPINGInsight 2015 today announced that ShipNet will offer a dedicated educational seminar in conjunction with the annual Fleet Optimization Conference & Exhibition, October 13-14, in Stamford, Connecticut.
GOLD BEACH, Ore. – July 2, 2015 – In a rare example of corporate-county collaboration for community well-being, Gold Beach, Ore.-based Freeman Marine partnered with Curry County administration to light up the historic Isaac Lee Patterson Bridge. Freeman Marine has been manufacturing in the county for more than 40 years and employs over 120 people. Best known for marine closures, Freeman products are used in military, government and heavy-duty commercial applications.
Anaheim, Calif. – June 9, 2015 – The U.S. Navy has exercised an option on their contract for 11-meter rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) with Willard Marine, Inc., requesting five more RIBs in addition to the 10 that the Navy had previously ordered in 2014.
LANGLEY, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA – June 4, 2015 – AdvanTec Global Innovations, parent of Freeman Marine, Diamond Sea Glaze, Pacific Coast Marine and Steelhead Marine has added new personnel to the corporate team in core areas to support the substantial growth its brands have been experiencing since the beginning of this year. Landon Talbot, group controller; Craig Cooper, service and warranty manager; and David Crowe, project manager have joined the team.
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