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Shawcor recalls NACE Corrosion exhibit

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In March 2017, Shawcor exhibited at NACE Corrosion 2017 with Composite Production Systems and Canusa-CPS field-applied technologies.

Shawcor recalls NACE Corrosion exhibit

  • Canusa-CPS has launched its product Scar-Guard®, a fibre-reinforced composite mechanical protection system.
  • Composite Production Systems displayed its spoolable and stick line pipe products.
  • Canusa-CPS was chairing NACE technical committee meeting titled ‘TG 248 - Coatings, Heat-Shrink Sleeves for external repair, rehabilitations, and weld joints on pipelines’.
  • The Pipeline Performance team attended NACE sessions to discuss thermal insulation coatings, anti-corrosion coatings, internal coatings and concrete weight coatings.

On Tuesday 28 March 2017, Shawcor’s Canusa-CPS team hosted a cocktail party and invited its valued customers, partners and global distributors to Pat O’Briens Courtyard Restaurant at 624 Bourbon Street.

“We cannot achieve this success without you. Our warmest thank you to all our dear valued customers and partners,” stated Nick Ritchie, Canusa-CPS Western Hemisphere Manager, Shawcor.

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