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2017 September October Marina World

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Kropf Industrial also

Kropf Industrial also supplies a full line of hydraulic boat trailers, as well as steel tube floating dock systems and floating breakwaters. 888.480.3777 “The Gold Anchor scheme is a global marina accreditation designed to improve marina standards and the experience of marina users.” Kenny Jones MBE CMM, Executive Vice President IGY Operations

A-Z GUIDE PIERBRASIL São Paulo, Brazil E: PierBrasil is the leading manufacturer and installer of floating concrete pontoons and breakwaters in Brazil. Four different systems offer feasible technical solutions for marinas and harbour facilities. Design and production of gangways, floating ramps and special projects including precast concrete buildings and structures. PIER GENIUS Iowa, USA E: The Pier Genius patented ‘Anti-Sway’ tube frame system provides marinas with an ultimate docking system. It is claimed to be stronger than conventional truss frame docks and includes patented features such as the PG pipe lock conduit system and nylon 50-year decking. POLYDOCK PRODUCTS Minnesota, USA E: PolyDock Products offers a wide selection of easy to install and easy to own modular floating dock sections and drive-on PWC platforms. The products are perfect for new marinas and for adding transient and permanent slips or rental space at existing waterfront properties. PORALU Port, France E: Poralu Marine has been designing, manufacturing and installing top of the range pontoons and marina systems worldwide for over 35 years. The company can meet all customer requests by providing functional and long lasting equipment that is attractive and environmentally friendly. With experience of 8,000+ projects covering five continents, Poralu’s strategy of innovation and sustainable development has made it a recognised expert in the marketplace. (See advertisement p. 34 & 35) RAVENS MARINE Florida, USA E: Ravens Marine has produced world class commercial and residential floating docks for over 40 years. Systems are low maintenance and durable, with no rotting or rusting, and are ideal for salt or fresh water applications. The company offers several decking styles and aluminium or plastic flotation for every application. RONAUTICA MARINAS Tui, Spain E: Utilising its 25 years of experience, Ronautica Marinas specialises in tailor-made solutions for a wide range of projects – from small wharfs to large marinas. The company designs, manufactures and installs systems from an extensive product range that includes aluminium and concrete floating and fixed pontoons, breakwaters and various accessories. SF MARINA SYSTEM AB Gothenburg, Sweden E: SF Marina’s modular systems encompass concrete floating breakwaters and pontoons, commercial and leisure boat marinas, pontoons for handicap access to water and boats, pontoons for boat clubs, fuelling pontoons, fish farming systems, floating bridges, support structures for floating buildings, commuter boat docks, seaplane and helicopter landing platforms and floating ferry landings. Full details on (See advertisement p. 2) Oban transit berthing facility, Oban, Scotland, UK. Pontoons/docks: Gael Force Group STADIA MARINA Morelos, Mexico E: Stadia Marina is a 100% Mexican enterprise that develops, manufactures and installs floating dock systems in three materials: wood, aluminium and concrete. Systems are specifically tailored to every customer. STRUCTURMARINE Quebec, Canada E: Structurmarine’s ‘out of the box design’, advanced marine engineering standards, structural expertise and anchoring methods have significantly contributed to the survival of its marina systems in extreme weather conditions. Its floating pontoon and wave reduction systems are at the forefront of innovation and have been rigorously tested and proven over the years. Harbour West Marina, Hamilton, ON, Canada. Pontoons/docks: Kropf Industrial - September/October 2017 59

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