SEAMOR Marine announces the launch of their new website and updated corporate brand.

“This is an exciting change for SEAMOR,” says Ms. Inja Ma, Owner and CEO of SEAMOR Marine. “With over a decade of experience developing and manufacturing underwater Remotely Operated Vehicles, we have honed the quality of our technology which is the heart of our products. Updating our logo, overall look and website is an opportunity to showcase who we are and what we offer to a broader market.”

The new SEAMOR Marine logo embodies where SEAMOR is based. The water and mountains of Canada's west coast are important geographical features, and the dynamic nature of the logo reflects SEAMOR's uniquely creative approach to underwater technology. The modified O represents the ROV camera lens which ties into the motto of “Come See the Deep!” - an invitation to explore the depths with SEAMOR.

The new website features high resolution photos of all of SEAMOR's product line, showing customers the ROVs and accessories in fine detail. New product specification sheets also provide valuable information about the products, with helpful at-a-glance features that will enable customers compare and contrast options. Updated lists of third-party integrations and in-house accessories are also provided to show the versatility and opportunities to customize each ROV system. Customers will also be able to more easily connect with SEAMOR Marine and their international network of dealers via the updated website.

New marketing materials will be showcased at OCEANS 2019 in Seattle, Washington at SEAMOR Marine's new trade show booth (#638) on October 27-31, 2019, as well as at future shows including Underwater Intervention (February 4-6, 2020, New Orleans USA) and Oceanology International (March 17-19, 2020, London UK).

“SEAMOR Marine has so much to share with customers and members of the underwater inspection industry,” adds Ma, “we invite you to have a look at our new website to see what SEAMOR can do to meet your needs.”

This new look has been in the works thanks to a strong marketing team and funding from the Federal Government of Canada via the Women Entrepreneurship Fund.

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