SEA CON opens Houston-area facility for underwater connectors
BY MELANIE CRUTHIRDS, News Editor
HOUSTON -- Underwater connector technology company SEA CON has opened a new encapsulating and molding facility in the West Houston area, to support both its Gulf Coast and international business activities. The company said it plans to hold increased stock of its most popular connectors, to help fill the need for short order custom assemblies.
SEA CON currently has five main production facilities geared to the delivery of a mass production of subsea connectors. At times, the company said, this can make it difficult to provide customers with short order custom assemblies. The new Houston workshop will specialize in these short order needs.
Some of the product lines to be carried at the new workshop include: Rubber Molded, WET-CON, ALL-WET and 55/66 series assemblies. Stocks of these are already held, but this new facility will see these stock levels increase.