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Viking Life-Saving moves Seattle station

Viking Life-Saving Equipment of Miami is moving its Seattle service station to a 6,000-square-foot facility on the Duwamish Waterway.

The new location will open March 1 and ensure better access to the ports of Tacoma and Seattle, according to the company. The new station is equipped to service Viking's entire line of products, including the Marine Evacuation Systems currently installed on many major cruise ships.

John Sanford will head the company’s Seattle brand office and lead the West Coast sales division. Sanford has 20 years of marine maintenance and service management experience, including positions with various cruise, commercial and military marine service organizations.

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