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Corn Based Piping Polymers (CBPP)

We’re just joking! You made it to the end of the email so we figured we’d get a rise out of you. We’re sure that revolutionary new technologies will eventually disrupt the materials commonly used in the shipbuilding industry but we’d be surprised if it happens inside of this year. For now corn-based pipe looks more like a pipe […]

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High Performance Butterfly Valve for Diesel Fuel

Valves of the USS Midway (CV-41)

Customer Success at Tork Systems, Inc.
Jeremy is a former sergeant in the United States Marine Corps. His specialty is engaging customers in creative ways and building relationship with key players in marine PVF industry.
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  The USS Midway is one of the most storied aircraft carriers in the history of the US Navy. Commissioned eight days after “VJ Day” in 1945 in Newport News, Virginia, the Midway saw 47 years of active service before being decommissioned in 1992. It is now a floating museum ported in San Diego, CA […]

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