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Canadian Institute of Marine Engineering
CIMarE was incorporated by Federal Charter in April 1976 to advance and promote in Canada the science and practice of marine engineering, naval engineering, naval architecture, ocean engineering, marine electrics and electronics, control engineering.

Diomar Services Inc.
Diomar is a Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering company, with major activities shipbuilding and repair, sales of marine equipment and sales of spare parts. We are specialized in Dredging, we build dredge work-boats, multicats etc.

PortVision, a web-based service that empowers maritime users with new levels of information and knowledge about vessel tracking and terminal activities. Stakeholders can have information on ship tracking/terminals in real-time or historical AIS data.
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Force Control Industries, Inc.
3660 Dixie Highway
USA Ohio
Contact: Jeff Watkins
Email Address
Ph: 513-868-0900
Fax: 513-868-2105
Force Control Industries, Inc. manufacturers oil shear clutches and brakes for 1/2 HP up to 3000 HP applications. Our Oil Shear product is prefect for marine environments since they are totally enclosed.
  • Our ABS Certified Brakes are ideal for winches, cranes and other lifting applications
  • Oil Shear technology provides superior life on all applications.
Force Control's MagnaShear spring set electrically released, motor brakes, Posistop spring set air released motor brakes, and Posidyne clutch/brakes operate smoother, longer, quieter, and last longer that dry friction competitors units

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