Updated February 28 at 8:42pm
Marine Industry
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KVH Industries Inc. is offering a new service for its mini-VSAT broadband global maritime satellite network to ensure its customers always receive high-quality phone calls when at sea. more
SCA, a global hygiene and forest products company and sponsor of an all-women’s team in the Volvo Ocean Race, will be an official sponsor in the North American Volvo Ocean Race Stopover here, the company and Sail Newport, a stopover host, said Tuesday. more
Raytheon Co. recently hosted a forum for commercial suppliers to identify ways to improve efficiencies in ship system integration at shipyards around the country and world. more
Electrical engineer Rodney Santos is one of four employees of the Naval Undersea Warfare Center awarded with the Brazilian Tamandaré Medal during a recent ceremony at the Brazilian Naval Commission in Washington, D.C. more
Blount Fine Foods is one of the region’s most recognized family businesses. It has been processing food since 1946, starting with frozen shellfish. The Blount name signifies strength in manufacturing traditions, but its explosive growth also proves that there’s a forward-thinking strategy at play. more
Today’s submarines are billion-dollar boats that can dive to more than 1,500 feet beneath the sea and stay submerged for months at a time. more
KVH Industries has seen interest from ship managers, seafarers and health officials from more than 100 counties in response to its recently released 15-minute video about Ebola safety. more
Oysters, which account for about 98 percent of all Rhode Island aquaculture products, increased in value by 49 percent in 2013 compared to the previous year, according to David Beutel, aquaculture coordinator for the R.I. Coastal Resources Management Council. more
How do you encourage employee feedback? more
A business that serves commercial fishermen has built-in challenges, among them weather, changing fish populations and federal regulations that substantially impact planning and development. To survive and thrive, a marine design and supply business has to be nimble, innovative and just plain determined. more
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