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Restech Exhibits at Nor-Shipping

Restech will join Dacon at this years Nor-Shipping exhibition. Meet us at Stand C01-31a

Restech Exhibits at Sea Asia

Restech will join Alliance Safety for the exhibition. Meet us at Stand C01-31a

Restech in Australia 20-22 February 2013

Restech will join Willtrading for the exhibition. Meet us at Stand C01-31a

Safe tug operation: Who takes the lead?

In the International Tug & OSV, July/August 2012, Capt Henk Hensen FNI FITA gives an analysis of the risks and possible improvements for tug operations near a ship’s bow. As one part of the solution, he suggests using a line thrower in order to keep a safe distance. Our PLT 75 is being used today by many tug operators and ship owners for 3 reasons;1.It provides a safety distance up to 90 meters.2.It can be used for training of the crew at no cost.3.It only uses compressed air and is therefore safe to launch upon another vessel. Take a closer look at the PLT 75 Towing Operation.

Restech in New Orleans 5-7 December

We will join Scan Pacific at the Workboat show in New Orleans. Meet us at Stand C01-31a

Restech in Dubai - 27-29 November

Come visit us at Booth R7 where we will join our dealer Tile Marine. Meet us at Stand C01-31a

Restech in Indonesia Balikpapan - 7-9 November

During 7 - 9 November, Restech Norway is participating at IGEX together with our dealer Alliance Safety. Please come and see us in booth 71. Meet us at Stand C01-31a

Restech at Meet The Buyer Dubai

Restech Norway is participating at the Meet The Buyer Workboat in Dubai. Looking forward to meet new and old colleagues for focused talks and news from the market.. Meet us at Stand C01-31a

SMM 4-7 September

Restech Norway will be exhibiting together with our distributor Nautilus Marine at SMM 2012. Please come visit us at our stand in hall B5 stand nummer B5.233. Meet us at Stand C01-31a

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“The experience to date has been extremely positive, the PLT Minis are a big improvement on what we had before. The throw width is greater, they are easier for the crew to handle and the CO2-based throwers are cheaper than using ammunition.”

Michael Heinzius, DGzRS coxswain.

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