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Harbor Technologies Growing

Brunswick, Maine -

Peach Frederick, photo credit Harbor Technologies, LLC

BRUNSWICK — Harbor Technologies, a nationwide leader in composites Kanufacturing, announced today that Peach Frederick has joined its team as manufacturing manager. Frederick will lead the manufacturing division that recently delivered on a $2 million contract with the U.S. Navy to manufacture and ship 126 pilings to a Navy facility in Hawaii.
Frederick is a 30-year veteran in production and service management with expertise in training, budgeting, estimating, purchasing, scheduling, strategic planning, and project management. He brings experience from many of Maine’s most notable marine manufacturers, including Lyman Morse Boatbuilding, Hinckley Yachts, and Back Cove Yachts. After serving in the U.S. Naval Reserves and as a 1970 graduate of the Maine Maritime Academy, Frederick has had the opportunity to circumnavigate the globe, visiting India, Pakistan, the Persian Gulf, Africa, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Singapore, Brazil, Panama, the Virgin Islands, and various other ports throughout the United States and abroad. Frederick is also a proud graduate of Bangor High School.
“We are excited to have Peach’s extensive experience on board during a time of rapid growth for our company,” said Martin Grimnes, president and founder of Harbor Tech. “Our manufacturing division is creating innovative new solutions to help rebuild our nation’s infrastructure and we are fortunate to find the talent we need right here in Maine.”
About Harbor Technologies, LLC
Harbor Technologies, with offices in Brunswick, Maine, and Oslo, Norway, was founded during the summer of 2003 to fill the demand for environmentally friendly composite building products used for marine infrastructure. Harbor Technologies’ composites are used in the manufacturing of docks, piers, marinas, sea walls, pilings, and most recently, to build bridge beams as an alternative to heavy steel.
In 2008, Harbor Technologies tripled the size of its manufacturing space to 30,000 square feet, and added state-of-the-art pultrusion machinery to produce pilings of any length. The company is now 40 employees strong and expects to add 10 new employees this year based largely on the success of its composite piling sales to the U.S. Navy and Army Corps of Engineers. For more information visit www.harbortech.us.

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Telephone Number: (207)236-2920

Website: http://www.harbortech.us

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