MARITECH

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MARITECHMaritime Systems Technology
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Oil and gas services company TETRA Technologies Inc (NYSE:TTI) reported on Thursday the completion of the sale of its offshore heavy lift, plugging and abandonment, decommissioning, cutting, diving and related consulting services businesses and its Maritech operations and offshore leases.
The company divested the Offshore Decommissioning Services and Maritech Businesses to Orinoco Natural Resources LLC and Epic Offshore Specialty LLC.
For other applications check out the Virtual Lifeline wireless lanyard system from Maritech. Various models of this system cover every application from single outboard to quads to inboard powered vessels.
Norwegian fish farming technology supplier AKVA group ASA said on Wednesday (19 December) that it has initiated a process to divest the Icelandic unit of Maritech International AS, acquired by AKVA group in May 2007.
The business to be divested, Maritech ehf, has 70 employees and is expected to achieve a turnover of NOK70m in 2007.
MARITECH is part of a Presidential initiative to maintain a U.S.
Since there are a dizzying array of high-tech products on the market, electronics dealers like Maritech and Larry Smith have stepped in to offer one-stop shopping for everything from Internet access to radar.
"Hey, you don't have to use the equipment," says Maritech's Farrell.
Norwegian fish farming technology provider AKVA Group ASA said on Wednesday (11 April) that it has agreed to acquire software company Maritech International AS from Icelandic company TM Software hf.
The acquisition, which is based on a letter of intent signed in December 2006, includes Maritech Group's operations in Iceland, Norway, Chile, the UK and the US, but excludes Maritech Software Inc in Canada.
As per Byron Skaftouros, Projects & Development Director for Maritech, The new cable system, which has an expected service life in excess of 40 years, is set to completely eradicate the repeated power outages.
Norwegian financial outsourcing services provider Visma ASA said today (22 April) that its subsidiary OkonomiPartner, part of Visma Services Norge AS, had lost the first round of lawsuit with the Norwegian company Maritech Internasjonal AS regarding reporting of export licences for fish from Norway to the European Union in 1998.