Nautical Specialties moves to new location

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Nautical Specialties, manufacturer of Lasdrop shaft seals, recently moved to the historic port city of Port Huron, Mich., where the company said it has doubled its capacity to serve the global marine industry worldwide.

The new facility features upgraded manufacturing equipment and expanded warehouse capacity, allowing it to manufacture and ship Lasdrop products faster and more efficiently.

Nautical Specialties manufactures a line of Lasdrop dripless seals: DrySeal, Original Bellows, The Generation II and Tri Seal.

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