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The state-of-the-art labs will be deployed to minimize oil spill response time.

MORGAN CITY, LA – New Industries, Inc. has announced the delivery of two laboratories and two operational modules to CSA Ocean Sciences, Inc. (CSA). The mobile laboratories, outfitted with oil spill water monitoring equipment, instrumentation, and supplies, are designed to minimize response time for marine environmental operations and enable rapid mobilization of required equipment to an oil spill incident.

New Industries is an industry frontrunner in the development and manufacture of state-of-the-art service modules that provide laboratory, storage, and operational space for offshore use. The modules are certified structurally to Det Norske Veritas (DNV) 2.7-1 standards, the most stringent in the world, as well as American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) container safety standards, ensuring the highest quality in offshore safety and handling.

The mobilization-ready modules, commonly referred to as “vans” or “cabins,” are manufactured at the New Industries facility in Morgan City, La. In addition to meeting DNV and ABS container safety standards, the modules are A60 fire rated and have been outfitted with a fire and general alarm system that complies with the latest U.S. Coast Guard standards. Due to the potential hazards posed by a laboratory environment, New Industries supplemented customary module construction with the inclusion of loss of oxygen sensors and the assurance of proper air changes for personnel in order to maximize safety.

"This was an exciting and challenging project to take on," said New Industries Project Manager John Flores. “It's comforting to know we provided CSA with more than just standard laboratories and operational vans. We provided them with units they can feel safe in while operating in harsh environments offshore."

“New Industries has the level of expertise and sophistication required to incorporate both functionality and safety into these mobile units,” said CSA Senior Scientist Jodi Harney. “This program will enable CSA to more safely and effectively provide marine environmental services for spill response."

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MORGAN CITY, LA - New Industries, Inc., has achieved the major safety milestone of 1 million man-hours without a lost-time accident. “This is a tremendous accomplishment for our company, and I am proud of our employees’ dedication to working safely,” stated Bill New, New Industries’ President. “This achievement is especially significant as we have nearly doubled our headcount during the last three and one half years. It is a tribute to our safety committee, front-line supervision, and indeed every member of our team that we have been able to sustain our safety culture while incorporating so many new employees.”

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Morgan City, Louisiana -- New Industries, Inc., of Morgan City, LA completed the fabrication of two 18' diameter x 223'-9" long pressure vessels for Conrad Shipyard, LLC, also of Morgan City, LA. “These were the largest and heaviest tanks we have built to date,” stated James Stewart, New Industries’ Vice President, “Each tank weighed 430 tons.”

Yard Superintendent Raymond Leonard stated, “We successfully and safely installed these tanks into a customer furnished hopper barge. The keys to the successful installation were great teamwork and thorough planning.”

Andrew Mancuso, Project Manager, also commented on the crew’s performance stating, “The crew did an exceptional job fabricating and loading out this set of LPG tanks. The size and weight were not a problem for our experienced personnel, who were able to complete this set of tanks on time and without incident.”

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MORGAN CITY, LA - New Industries, Inc. recently received a Safety Award of Achievement by the Steel Tank Institute and the Steel Plate Fabricators Association (STI/SPFA). This award is given to companies who achieve a 10% or more reduction in the rate of the OSHA Total Recordable Incidents compared to their average rate for the previous three years.

“We are pleased to be receiving this safety award, especially since safety is the most important aspect of our job,” said Cody Rink, HSE Manager. “This award is presented annually which gives New Industries a goal to strive for each year. “

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