Seaworthy Engine Systems Shortens Corporate Name

Seaworthy Engine Systems, Inc.

of Essex, Conn, has announced a shortened corporate name. The new name, Seaworthy Systems, Inc., will better reflect the increased scope of company engineering activities, according to David A.

O'Neil, president of the firm.

The 10-year-old company has become known as just "Seaworthy" within the industry and it is expected that use of the nickname will continue. Additionally, there has been some past confusion with the old name, in that it was sometimes assumed that the company was actually selling engines rather than performing engineering work pertaining to propulsion systems.

The new name should clear up this possibility of confusion.

With their increase in clientele, Seaworthy has been steadily broadening their areas of expertise expanding from the engine, fuels, energy conservation, electrical and other mechanical systems areas to vessel stretching, reconstruction efforts, and preliminary contract and detail design. The company also plans to become more active in offering innovative design concepts to their shipowner customers where new business opportunities are being created within the industry. Seaworthy is also opening a "Chesapeake Office" to supplement their New York, Washington and Essex offices.

Seaworthy Electrical Systems, an affiliated venture, will continue to use their present name.

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