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Sea Hawk debuts online documentation portal

Sea Hawk Paints said it introduced an online portal for certified paint application declaration documentation.
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Sea Hawk Paints said it introduced an online portal for certified paint application declaration documentation.

A declaration documents the application of Sea Hawk antifouling paint by a Sea Hawk Paint certified boatyard/applicator.

The company said the online portal enables Sea Hawk’s worldwide network of certified boatyards/applicators to document the application of Sea Hawk bottom paint and primers, providing quick recall of paint application details, such as the application date, location of application and the certified boatyard/applicator that performed the work.

The declaration is unique to Sea Hawk as a value-added tool that gives boat owners a complete overview of the work performed and the products applied for inclusion in their vessel maintenance logs.

“Sea Hawk’s mission is to provide boat owners around the world with the highest-quality, most pleasurable-to-use solutions for protecting their vessel,” Sea Hawk CEO Erik Norrie said in a statement. “The new online portal for certified paint application declaration is yet another way that Sea Hawk provides boat owners and boatyards added value above-and-beyond the competition.”

Sea Hawk said the boat owner and the Sea Hawk certified boatyard/applicator benefit from using the online portal to complete a CPAD. When a CPAD is submitted through the online portal, the boat owner and boatyard/applicator will instantly receive copies of the certified paint applicator declaration for their records via e-mail.

The declaration is completed by a Sea Hawk certified boatyard/applicator and records important facts about the bottom job, including boat/boat owner details and boatyard/applicator details, boatyard/applicator recommendations, and the date and details of work done, including primer and paint application.

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