Rainmaker Signs Exclusive Representation with Meridian

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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Rainmaker LLC, headquartered in Mobile, Alabama with an expanding office in Houston, Texas, signed an exclusive representation contract with Meridian Ocean Services located in Newport, Rhode Island. The agreement covers the maritime industry, harbors, bridge inspection, marine terminals, offshore pipeline and offshore-related industries in the U.S. and other International Territories. Rainmaker LLC is also joined with Enman and Associates to support the U.S. East Coast and South for Meridian.

Meridian’s portfolio of subsea inspection and imaging equipment uses Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs), Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs) and an Echoscope. Meridian's equipment is suited for rapid response inspections where it's too dangerous to put a diver in the water, or the water is too murky for a diver to thoroughly inspect the vessels, oil platforms, pipelines, structures or bulkheads, the company said.
 

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