NCS and Alion Partner to Deliver Fuel Monitoring and Optimization Solutions

Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Nautical Control Solutions, LP (NCS) of Houston, TX announced the signing of a marketing agreement with McLean, Va.-based Alion Science and Technology (Alion). The agreement enables Alion to specify and add engineering value to Nautical Control Solutions' FuelTrax Suite for marine fuel monitoring and optimization. In turn, NCS will tap Alion for the company's marine engineering expertise in selected opportunities. NCS provides automated control solutions specifically designed to optimize marine performance through the patented FuelTrax technology and is continuing to develop complementary solutions. Through relationships with leaders in the marine industry, NCS has gained extensive insight, knowledge and expertise concerning the production of innovative solutions and cost saving maritime management tools. Alion, an employee-owned provider of technology solutions to the DoD, civilian government and industry, has extensive capabilities and experience in marine and systems engineering.
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