17 August 2017
San Diego, CA, 17 August 2017 – Fairlead Integrated displayed at the Fleet Maintenance and Modernization Symposium (FMMS) 15-16 August at the San Diego Convention Center.
“We are very excited for the current and upcoming opportunities in our industry, as discussed by the opening keynote speaker Vice Adm. Thomas Moore, Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command. We feel that there are tremendous opportunities on the horizon based on VADM Moore’s address, which outlined the need to expand our current fleet by keeping ships longer and reactivating inactive ships”, said Mr. Brian Miller, Fairlead’s Director of Business Development.
Fairlead intends to display at the 2018 FMMS in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
About Fairlead Integrated
Fairlead Integrated is a veteran-owned, small business supplier of integrated electrical and control systems, large-scale mechanical fabrications and structures, precision machined metal components and subsystems, and advanced mobile containerized products. Fairlead’s products are part of mission critical systems in the U.S. Navy’s Nimitz and Ford-class aircraft carriers, Virginia-class submarines, all classes of surface combatants and amphibious ships including Arleigh Burke Class DDGs, San Antonio Class LPDs and the Littoral Combat Ship, and many classes of support and auxiliary ships of the Military Sealift Command, the Maritime Administration, and the U.S. Coast Guard. Additionally Fairlead provides repair and maintenance services to small boats and craft through its Fairlead Boatworks facility in Newport News, VA. Fairlead Integrated is headquartered in Portsmouth, VA with facilities in Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, and Newport News.
For more information, please contact:
Director of Business Development