Measutronics Opens Office in Seattle

Monday, February 28, 2011

Measutronics Corporation has opened a new office in Seattle, Wash. Headquartered in Lakeland, Fla., Measutronics specializes in the integration and sales of positioning and sonar equipment for marine construction, hydrographic surveying, dredging, and structure monitoring.

 
"While we have always provided equipment and services in North America, a strategic position on the west coast is important to engage and support the current projects and requirments of our customers," President Lou Nash said.  "We are excited to service the growing needs of the west coast more directly."
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