Quantum Wins Cutter Contract

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Quantum Marine Engineering won a contract to engineer, design, supply and support the roll stabilization systems for the U.S. Coast Guard's new class of Fast Response Cutters designated as the WPC project. Bollinger Shipyards, Inc. is the prime contractor for this new class of cutters.  The contract calls for up to 34 of these new ships to be built and delivered to the USCG over a multi-year contract. Over the past three years Quantum has been awarded contracts from a diverse range of military customers and builders for supply of roll stabilization systems for coastal patrol vessels, offshore patrol vessels, frigates and a number of special projects.

 

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