Marine Efficiency Opens New Seattle Office To Serve Fishing Industry

Marine Efficiency Engineering recently announced the opening of its new office at 2208 N.W. Market Street, Suite 210 Ballard Building, Seattle, Wash. The firm provides independent marine engineering consulting, design, and problem-solving for the fishing industry, with emphasis on energy efficiency in propulsion and auxiliary machinery systems.

The two principals are George A. Lundgren and Thomas J. Breiwick.

Their firm is stressing an active involvement in current fishing technology such as automated longlining and factory trawlers.

Mr. Lundgren has been an independent consultant for the past five years specializing in fuel economy, speed and power prediction, propulsion system design, and vibration analysis.

Mr. Breiwick has spent the past 11 years as a marine engineer at shipyard and naval architecture offices, most recently as a principal in the design offices of B. F.

Jensen and Associates. He works primarily in the field of vessel auxiliary machinery systems, piping systems, and hydraulic system design.

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