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Sea-Fire Relocates North American Headquarters

Posted by Michelle Howard

Sea-Fire Marine has relocated its North American corporate headquarters in Baltimore, Md.

The new 30,000 sq. ft. facility provides Sea-Fire with the opportunity to optimize its space for enhanced efficiencies and to accommodate its recently added new equipment. "This move equips us with the foundation to increase production and expand our capabilities," said Ernie Ellis, Sea-Fire Marine president.

Sea-Fire Marine manufactures a range of marine fire detection and suppression systems for commercial and recreational vessels.

Dec 5, 2017

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