SF Marina USA holds international meeting

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More than 50 employees and subsidiaries of SF Marina USA gathered in Wallhamn, Sweden, to attend the company's recent biannual international meeting.

Representatives from Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Spain, United States, Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Mexico, Norway, Poland and the Caribbean were present.

"By coming together, we can share our experiences and improve upon the collective knowledge of the concrete floating structure industry," SF Marina CEO Lars Gunnar Odhe said in a statement. "The event is not only educational, but also fun for the attendees. Being a part of SF Marina is like being part of one big family."

Discussion topics included current SF Marina USA designs, various applications of floating breakwaters in the world market and new product development.  The meeting also incorporated local marina tours in Sweden and Norway to spark conversation.

Gloucester, Va.-based SF Marina USA engineers and builds concrete floating breakwaters and docks.

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