Maritime Services Moves To Expanded Facilities

Maritime Services Corporation (MSC) has moved to expanded facilities according to George Selfridge, CEO. The new facilities will more than triple office, warehouse and manufacturing space.

Located on 3.5 acres of light industrial land in Hood River, Ore., the corporation will have land for expansion as necessary.

Company president Charles Capovilla indicated the additional space is essential due to the increase in manufacturing and resale portions portions of MSC's ship interiors business.

Maritime Services Corporation manufactures wooded and lightweight nonflammable composite furnishings for a wide variety of vessels including cruise ships, large fishing vessels, tankers and ferries. In addition, Maritime Services is the U.S.

distributor for numerous product lines, including Cape Marine Hardcore Joiner System, Hydro Aluminum's Danacoustic Ceilings, Norac's Soft Core Aker Panel Joiner System, Insulation Equipment's Aluminum and Melamine Panels, Window Boxes and related goods, Fibo Joiner Systems as well as A, B, and C-class joiner doors from several sources, Norac and Cape Marine floating floors, and European style toilet modules.

Limited quantities of most product lines are warehoused by MSC and available for immediate delivery.

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Maritime Services Corp. is a fullservice joiner company which provides material and installation labor packages for projects throughout North and Central America as well as abroad. The company is capable of providing nearly every aspect of an interior from design and concept work through final installation of detail and finish items.

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