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Chongqing Hi-Sea Marine Equipment Makes United Nations Products Purchasing List

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“We have been providing marine and offshore equipment for many years now and we are most excited to have some of our products make it onto the 2014 United Nations Product Purchasing List for marine equipment”
Chongqing Hi-Sea Marine Equipment products have made the United Nations Products Purchasing List for 2014

Chongqing, China – It has been announced that products from Chongqing Hi-Sea Marine Equipment Import & Export Co. Ltd have been accepted on to the 2014 United Nations Products Purchasing List for marine equipment. The bow thruster and azimuth thruster are amongst the products that have been added to the 2014 list for the United Nations.

The company is the earliest professional exporter of marine and offshore equipment, having been in operation since 1996. There are a number of different marine and offshore products available from the company, which includes products such as marine cables and valves, anchors, thrusters, generators, anchor chains, and a range of additional products.

The addition of its products onto the United National Purchasing List for marine equipment is a real boon for the company, which has been enjoying continued expansion in terms of its business. The business also covers a range of other areas in addition to marine and offshore equipment, such as oil and gas, shipbuilding, and mining amongst other areas.

An official from the company stated: “We have been providing marine and offshore equipment for many years now and we are most excited to have some of our products make it onto the 2014 United Nations Product Purchasing List for marine equipment. We always combine high quality products with excellent service and have built a solid reputation on these qualities over the years. Our business continues to enjoy rapid expansion, which is something that we hope to continue over the coming years.”

Those who are interested in buying marine or offshore equipment can browse the company website to find out more information. Full details of products available along with descriptions and color images can be found on the site, enabling consumers to make an informed decision with regards to the products they purchase.

To find out more, please visit http://www.chinahisea.com/

About Chongqing Hi-Sea Marine Equipment Import & Export Co. Ltd:

Chongqing Hi-Sea Marine Equipment Import & Export Co. Ltd is an exporter of marine and offshore equipment as well as being involved in a range of other industries.

Media Contact
Company Name: Chongqing Hi-Sea Marine Equipment Import & Export Co., Ltd.
Contact Person: Xie
Email: manager@hiseamarine.com
Phone: 86-23-67956606
Address:20-5,General Chamber of Commerce Building, No.2 Hongjin Street, Yubei District
City: Chongqing
Country: China
Website: http://www.chinahisea.com/

Source: www.abnewswire.com

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