exactEarth Assists in Pacific Rim Disaster Relief

Monday, March 14, 2011
In response to the recent earthquake and tsunami that brought devastation to Japan and the Pacific Rim, exactEarth is offering its data service free of charge for the next two weeks to any competent maritime authority wishing to have access to their vessels anywhere in the Pacific Rim. With thousands of vessels presently in the Pacific Rim region, exactEarth is offering this service in efforts to assist in locating vessels for search and rescue incidents. This is a continuation of one of exactEarth's core missions - to help save lives in support of humanitarian efforts. The next several days are critical for rescue efforts and the entire exactEarth team is standing by to assist. Please contact info@exactearth.com or call 519-622-4445 for further information on this offer.
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