Sea-Fire Adds New Portugal Distributor

Press Release
Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Sea-Fire announced Previnave of Portugal as a new member of its team of distributors. Since its founding in 1998, Previnave has supplied customers with fire, rescue and safety products and services to the maritime industry. Based in Vialonga, Previnave performs services in all Portuguese ports, ensuring all its products comply with applicable standards and legislation.  The company bears the approval of numerous entities, including certification from Bureau Veritas for NP4413:2006, Maintenance of Fire Extinguishers.
 
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