SeaArk Marine Responds to Gulf Oil Spill

Thursday, June 03, 2010

 

SeaArk Marine, Inc, of Monticello, Ark. has announced immediate plans to expand their production capacity to better meet the needs of the Gulf Oil Crisis.



“Unfortunately, it appears this catastrophe is going to be around for some time” said Ken McFalls, Vice President of Sales. “We already have the manpower and overflow facilities to handle emergency situations such as this. It’s just simple matter of putting these resources to use. We’re ready to run 24/7 if necessary.”



SeaArk Marine, formerly MonArk Boat Company, has been serving the Gulf coast oil industry for over 50 years. Products range in size from 17 to 65 feet and include specialty vessels for the deployment of boom and dispersants, skimmer platforms, shallow water sampling and high speed drop ramp cargo barges. Interested agencies can contact SeaArk at 870-367-9755 or at sales@seaark.com. All products are available for direct purchase under the Federal Disaster Relief program or General Services Administration Contract.



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