5/7/12 - MTI Funded Companies Put Maine on the Map
MTI-funded companies are competing successfully in global markets and highlighting Maine as a place where innovative companies grow and thrive.
Here is a short list of standouts, representing Maine's technology sectors:
Ocean Farm Technologies in Searsmont, a Maine Aquaculture company, founded by a former commercial fisherman, has developed, manufactures and sells an open ocean system for sustainable fish farming that is used widely throughout Central and South America as well as Indonesia.
Immucell in Portland, a Maine Bioscience company, has sold more than 10,000,000 units of its first product to prevent diseases in newborn calves throughout the US and in Canada, Japan, South Korea and Mexico?
Harbor Technologies in Brunswick, a Maine Composites Technology company, recently manufactured and delivered the world’s largest vehicular composite bridge beam at 105.6 ft long, 6 ft wide and 5 ft deep from Maine to the State of Missouri Department of Transportation (DOT).
Ocean Renewable Power Company, Portland and Eastport, a Maine Environmental Technology company, recently installed a tidal turbine in Eastport and received approval from the Maine PUC to sell their power on the grid making it the first long term Power Purchase agreement to tidal power in the US.
Gladstone’s Under the Sun in Bar Harbor, a Maine Advanced Forestry and Agriculture Technology company, produces and sells their product across the European market because of the particular market needs for sugar and GMO free product.
Kepware Technologies in Portland, a Maine IT company, sells their manufacturing automation technology throughout the US, has just announced new distributor partnerships in Italy and Brazil to manage their automation devices and software applications.
CashStar in Portland, a Maine IT company, made the list of top mobile apps for Black Friday during last year’s holiday retail shopping season, has grown from 2 to 80 employees since 2008, and services global clients around the world including Travelocity, Pottery Barn and the Gap.
Chimani in Brunswick, a Maine IT company, started their mobile app for national parks with Maine’s Acadia National Park.
Fluid Imaging Technologies in Yarmouth, a Maine Precision Manufacturing company, supplies the New York City Department of Environmental Protection with a particle imaging system to monitor city water for algae cells.
MaxTorque in Limerick, a Maine Precision Manufacturing company, has joined forces with Cameron International, a $5B global provider of flow equipment systems to worldwide oil and gas industries to sell and service their valve technology.
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