Incat Crowther Expands with U.S. Office

Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Photo courtesy Incat Crowther

Incat Crowther announced the establishment of a new office located in the United States of America. The opening of the U.S. office is facilitated by the integration of an existing firm, Alliance Marine Design, whose team of naval architects has a wealth of experience in the design of monohull vessels, including passenger vessels, crew boats, fast supply boats, and other vessels related to the oil and gas industry. The enhanced capability has already been put to good use, with the recent delivery of a number of steel crew boats to Azerbaijan and the construction of multiple unit projects in North and South America.

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