Thu 10 Aug 2017 08:17:00 AM EEST
SeaHow and our partner for the Americas, Go Deep International Inc. (Go Deep) have been awarded another contract for the delivery of seventy ice buoys in Canada.
The contract award is a result of many years of research and development with our partner to develop a buoy capable of surviving the extreme ice conditions in Canada and performing well in current conditions during the open water season.
Before placing this most recent order, the buoy passed extensive Stability and Ice Resistance studies by the end user in Canada.
This award winning design demonstrates the combined strength and experience of the SeaHow and Go Deep partnership says Mr. David Cassidy, Managing Director of the AtoN business unit of Go Deep International Inc.
SeaHow has finally established its reputation as the only robust polyethylene ice buoy provider. In addition to Canada and Finland we have this year delivered ice buoys also to Estonia, Russia, Latvia and Germany.
All together our buoy products have been exported to more than 20 countries all over the world and specifically to locations where ice tolerance is essential. Since 1974, our goal has been to provide maintenance free, durable and cost-effective buoy structures, continuous development allow us to provide customized solutions for the benefit of our customers says Mr. Seppo Virtanen, the business unit director of SeaHow.
Meritaito deploys its domestic and international sales force and customer relationship management as a separate business team.
SeaHow will be exhibiting at the 19th IALA Conference 28th May – 1st June in Incheon, Republic of Korea. You are most welcome to visit our booth D - 4.
Meritaito Ltd and Lamor Corporation Ab have concluded an agreement whereby Lamor will acquire Meritaito’s oil spill response equipment operations marketed under the brand name SeaHow.
Thomas Erlund has started his work as SeaHow’s Senior Vice President on 8 January.