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Appleton Marine, Inc.

Appleton Marine supplies marine deck machinery for the military and commercial shipbuilding markets. Products include: cranes; single point davits; mooring winches; anchor windlasses; and capstans. Recent orders received by Appleton Marine include: supplying equipment for U.S. Coast Guard WLB buoy tenders; providing two complete deck machinery packages to Newport News Shipbuilding for installation on Sealift conversion vessels; providing equipment for the conversion and newbuild Sealift programs at NASSCO and Avondale; the manufacture of a towing crane for a Trinity oceanographic research vessel; and manufacturing 12 diesel- powered SLWT winches for the U.S. Navy.

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