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Marine News Announces Annual MN100 List

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18.08.2017

Marine News Announces Annual MN100 List

Marine News - MN100 2017 - List of US Maritime Leaders

Marine News has announced MN100 2017 – the annual list that chronicles the 100 leading companies serving the North American shallow draft market.

The Marine News MN100 awards edition is the brown water and workboat industry’s ranking of the one hundred leading stakeholders serving the US inland, coastal, offshore and shallow-draft markets.

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Joseph Keefe, Editor of Marine News said, 'The one hundred firms outlined within these pages sheds considerable light on the breadth of business happening on the water, in the yard and in myriad marine workshops, consultancies and manufacturing concerns. The formidable effort that goes into compiling MN100 provides a telling snapshot of just what makes this sector of the US marine industry great.'

John Haynes, Managing Director of Shock Mitigation, said, ‘As an MN100 company for the past 4 years running, we are really proud to be included with this fine group of professionals. Full marks for all MN100 participants and the high level of support delivered by Marine News, Maritime Reporter and MarineLink across all sectors.’

Shock Mitigation in MN100 - THE CASE

Specialist knowledge gained in government and professional sectors is utilized to create viable working practices that improve efficiency and reduce costs in the commercial sector. In 2016 Shock Mitigation Managing Director, John Haynes, won the prestigious Seawork award Maritime Professional of the Year

Shock Mitigation provides marine organizations, boat builders and equipment manufacturers with relevant subject matter expertise plus an independent overview of how the sub IMO / sub 24 metre (80 feet) sector is rapidly changing. A speciality is addressing hard questions and burning issues.

Consultancy and strategic product development services are delivered to provide rapid clarification of problems and to identify solutions to overcome them. Typical clients include the owners and operators of SME companies, established blue chip companies and venture capitalists seeking to enter new sectors.

For OEM boat builders and equipment manufacturers, Shock Mitigation addresses strategic product development requirements regarding high speed craft, marine and special projects. The aim is to work with new and experienced clients to develop new technologies, products and processes relevant to the end user.

For professional maritime organizations operating fast boats Shock Mitigation delivers expertise to increase efficiency, reduce injury and reduce the risk of damaging litigation. The objective is to maintain the operational performance of boats and equipment, whilst improving the overall approach to crew safety.

The company delivers accelerated knowledge transfer by conferences, workshops and specialist in-house events. Relevant stakeholders include end-user organisations, boat operators, boat builders, engine manufacturers, naval architects, defence sector, government bodies and maritime legislators.

Knowledge is shaped by experience and understanding the factors that are driving the changes for employers and operators in the marine sector worldwide. By creating a ‘knowledge and networking’ space the company enables industry and end-users to collaborate www.shockmitigation.com

The company has developed ‘The Hour Of Power’ hybrid concept, combining diesel - battery - electric, which has the potential to increase efficiency, plus reduce fuel consumption and vessel emissions across all maritime sectors worldwide www.hybridmarine-power.com

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ABS
All American Marine
AME Solutions
The American Equity Underwriters
Advanced Logistics
Ahead Sanitation Systems
Alps Wire Corp.
Appleton Marine, Inc.
Aspin, Kemp & Associates
ASV Global
BAE Systems - Power & Propulsion
Bouchard Transportation
Bristol Harbor Group
BRP - Evinrude
Brunswick Commercial & Government Products
BSRM - Sea Hoss Marine Products
Campbell Transportation Company
Carboline
Carlisle & Bray Enterprises
Chesapeake Marine Training Institute
Conrad Industries
Cummins
DA West
DASCOM Americas
David Clark Company
Dellner Brakes
Delta T Systems
Desmond-Stephan Mfg. Co
Dometic
Eastern Shipbuilding Group
Ecochlor
Elastec
Eltorque
Envirocleanse
Euro Marine LTD
Fairbanks Morse Engine
FCI Watermakers
FPT Industrial
Gnostech
Fireboy-Xintex, Inc.
Gladding-Hearn
Glosten
GPLink
Herbert Engineering Corp
Horizon Ship building
Hyde Marine
HS Marine Propulsion
Hydrocomp, Inc.
HydraTech Engineered Products
Inland Marine Service
International Paint
Jessup Manufacturing Company
JMS Naval Architects
JonRie InterTech LLC
Karl Senner LLC
Klüber Lubrication
Laborde Products, Inc.
Lincoln Electric Canada
Lloyd’s Register (LR)
MarineCFO
Markey Machinery Company
Massachusetts Maritime Academy
McDonough Marine Service
Metal Shark Boats
Metal Trades
Moose Boats, Inc.
Nabrico
NETSCo
North River Boats
Northern Lights, Inc.
Ocean Tug & Barge Engineering
OceanMedix
Pacifi c Power Group
PileMedic by QuakeWrap
ReconCraft
Ribcraft USA
R.W. Fernstrum & Co.
Robert Allan Ltd.
San Jacinto College
Schoellhorn-Albrecht
Scienco/FAST
Seakeeper
Shock Mitigation
Silva Non Skid Solutions LLC
SSI
Swiftships, LLC
Tampa Defense USA
The Shearer Group, Inc.
The Vane Brothers Company
Thordon Bearings, Inc.
Thrustmaster of Texas, Inc.
Tidewater Transportation & Terminals
Tugpins B.V.
Victaulic
Viega, LLC
Volvo Penta
West Kentucky Community Technical College
XL Catlin
W&O Supply
YANMAR America Corp
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