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Emerald Marine Products moves to new location

Emerald Marine Products said it moved its offices in response to an expansion of its line of man-overboard alert systems.

Emerald Marine Products said it moved its offices in response to an expansion of its line of man-overboard alert systems.

The company’s new address is 811 Alder St. in Edmonds, Wash.; the phone number remains 800-426-4201.

The company said that for 15 years its product line centered on its Alert 2 transmitter, receiver and related equipment. With the recent introduction of the Alert 418 Transmitter and the Alert 418 Receiver launching this fall, corporate branding is shifting away from the Alert name and toward the company name, Emerald Marine Products.

Emerald makes life-saving products for the maritime industry, including technically advanced, water-activated man-overboard transmitters and receivers.

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