Seaspension seating used at Summit of the Americas

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Largo, Fla.-based Seaspension Technologies delivered custom shock-mitigating seating for 12 high-speed patrol boats to be used as part of the security force for last weekend's Summit of the Americas in Trinidad.

The security boats were produced by Edgewater Power Boats, and were delivered to the Trinidad Coast Guard. The order was taken with an accelerated delivery schedule to meet the deadline requirements for this conference, which was attended by many world leaders.

Seaspension Technologies designs, manufactures and markets a variety of high-performance shock mitigation systems. They supply cost-effective solutions to military, commercial, OEM and recreational boating markets.

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