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Sept Oct 2015 Marina World

The magazine for the marina industry

YOUR SUPPLIER FOR MARINE

YOUR SUPPLIER FOR MARINE AND CIVIL INDUSTRIES K ndaDek JLD Anchor COMPOSITE & FIBREGLASS MARINE DECKING THE BEST ECOLOGICAL MOORING SOLUTIONS TO SECURE PONTOONS, BUOYS, MOORINGS AND OTHER FLOATING STRUCTURES Tel: +31 (0)299 622 396 The Netherlands info@JLDinternational.com www.JLDinternational.com INTERNATIONAL MW2015SepOct.indd 50 05/09/2015 14:12:40

A-Z GUIDE Photo: Florian Groehn MARINETEK, Helsinki, Finland E: info@marinetek.net Marinetek is a market leader in Europe and has built more than 2,000 marinas in 40 countries across the world. The company has concrete float production units in 12 locations in Europe, Asia and the USA. Marinetek also designs and supplies floating solutions such as swimming arenas, playgrounds, utility buildings, club houses and floating homes. (See advertisement p. 4) MARTINI ALFREDO, Turate, Italy E: martini@martinialfredo.it Martini Alfredo produces galvanised steel framed floating pontoons fitted with polyolefin resin injected moulded floats. A wide range of sizes, displacements and capacities is offered. The Martini Marinas floating pontoon system is easy to assemble and requires very little maintenance. Access gangways, adjustable fingers, floating breakwaters, mooring systems, service pedestals and all main marina accessories complete the catalogue. (See advertisement p. 28) MEECO SULLIVAN, Oklahoma, USA E: intsales@meecosullivan.com Meeco Sullivan has over 107 years of experience designing and building saltwater and freshwater marinas, floating dock systems and wave attenuators. It manufactures high quality, time-tested, storm-proven floating dock systems constructed on timber, galvanised steel or aluminium with a variety of hardwood, concrete or composite decking materials. Birkenhead Point Marina, Sydney Harbour, Australia. Pontoons: Superior Jetties METALU MARINAS, Saint Brevin Les Pins, France E: info@metalu.com Metalu designs, manufactures and installs a wide range of floating and fixed aluminium pontoons and access bridges. The company has over 35 years of experience and has worldwide references. NORTHWEST DOCKS, Washington, USA E: nwdocks@gmail.com Northwest Docks is Washington State’s leading manufacturer of welded, aluminium-framed docks. The company has been building marinas, commercial docks and large residential dock projects in Washington, Oregon and British Columbia since 2004 and has a new 25,000ft² factory. Docks meet and exceed permitting requirements for environmental impacts, ADA and wind and wave loads. Gangways, piers and bridges are also available. ORSTA BREAKWATER, Heusden, the Netherlands E: info@breakwater.eu Orsta Marina Systems designs, supplies and installs floating breakwaters, large concrete pontoons and marina equipment for both leisure and commercial harbours. It builds concrete pontoons of 2.4m to 7.0m in width and specialises in ‘on site’ production. The company can build pontoons and breakwaters wherever they are needed. (See advertisement p. 56) PMS, Izmir, Turkey E: cagdas.agirtas@pms.com.tr Utilising its 22 years of experience with the design and construction of modular floating platforms, PMS launched the Marine Dock system in 2010 in order to meet global demands for marina systems. Experienced engineers utilise 3D designs for projects prior to the manufacture of systems suitable for wide ranging vessel sizes including megayachts. PACIFIC PONTOON & PIER, Queensland, Australia E: pacificpp@pacificpontoon.com Pacific Pontoon & Pier (PPP) is one of the largest builders of marinas in Australia and has been providing world-class marinas for over 25 years. Founder, Bill Bourke, and the PPP team developed a product range that they claim has revolutionised marina construction, supplying a low-maintenance, high density and aesthetically pleasing marina product. Colchester Harbour Marina, Essex County, Canada. Pontoons: Kropf Industrial www.marinaworld.com - September/October 2015 51 MW2015SepOct.indd 51 05/09/2015 14:12:43

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