Shark Marine Technologies to Distribute for SEA CON

Press Release
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Photo: Shark Marine

Shark Marine Technologies Inc. said they have formalized an agreement with SEA CON to distribute a complete line of underwater electrical and fiber optic connectors.

The relationship with SEA CON allows them to stock and distribute SEA CON connectors across Canada, excluding British Columbia. Included in this line are the optical and electrical bulkhead and in-line connectors in dry-mate, wet-mate and underwater mateable configurations, together with cable and hose assemblies, penetrators and switches. SEA CON’s products are in demand by oil and gas companies, environmental and oceanographic industries, and are also found in many defense and military applications.

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