Alnmaritec in Air Supported Vessel Tie Up

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Wednesday, July 03, 2013
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Alnmaritec announced that it has recently signed a collaboration agreement with the Norwegian Company Effect Ships International (ESI) to exploit the technological and market opportunities related to the commercial application of ESI’s patented Air Supported Vessel (ASV) technology.

The agreement gives Alnmaritec the rights in the U.K. to the manufacture and sales of vessels utilizing this technology with the possibility to market and sell these vessels worldwide and provides an important stepping stone for further development of the technology within the framework of the commercial workboat market.

To celebrate, the company will hold a drinks reception on their Seawork International stand (A117) in Southampton on June 26 at 3.30 p.m.  Members of the Alnmaritec team will be on hand, along with Ulf Tudem from ESI.

alnmaritec.co.uk
 

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