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PirateSafe launches new improved site

Published on 28 April 2009

An image from the newly updated Unifire AB company website, of an anti-pirate water cannon (Force 80) mounted on the Stena Line
An image of the Force 80 anti-pirate water cannon from the newly updated Unifire AB company website
Company launches new website for anti-pirate products

Unifire AB has announced today the launching of its new and improved web site, devoted to its Anti-Pirate Water Cannon System™.

According to the company's spokesman, the new site now includes a new, comprehensive set of company brochures, including an all-new, eight-page brochure on the company's highly talked about Anti-Pirate Water Cannon System (APWCS), as well as the pirate cannon manuals and related company brochures. The site also now includes a Frequently Asked Questions section with complete answers, a new and improved specifications sheet, and a new photo gallery.

According to Unifire's Marketing Director, Roger Barrett James, "The new PirateSafe web site has been launched in response to the overwhelming number of requests for further information and marketing materials generated by the site since it was launched in December, 2008."

"We are pleased by the new look and additional information available on the site, which we hope will provide the public with more information on how the APWCS can help protect their vessels from pirates."

Unifire will be exhibiting a fully networked system of its anti-pirate cannons at the International Maritime Defense Exhibition (IMDEX Asia 2009) May 12-14 in Singapore.

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