Boland Industrial Sets Sail for the 2013 International WorkBoat Show in NOLA

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PRESS RELEASE: (New Orleans, LA) October 7, 2013—Boland Industrial is heading to NOLA’s  Morial Convention Center for the 2013 International WorkBoat Show in New Orleans, the largest commercial marine trade show in North America.  As one of the industry’s leading experts on vibration analysis and laser alignment, Boland Industrial is committed to extending mechanical equipment life.

John Boland, owner of Boland Industrial, will be at the 2013 International WorkBoat Show.  Boland comments on the show, “Company owners are realizing that in today’s extremely competitive economic environment having machinery operating at optimum efficiency is paramount in making a profit.”

Boland anticipates the 2013 International WorkBoat Show will be a vital part of many Gulf Coast marine businesses.  “It’s exciting to see new products, while at the same time visiting with old friends.”  Boland Industrial is proud to count Signal International and C & G Boat Works amongst its many clients.  

Many of the titans of Gulf’s great economy will also play a huge role in the 2013 International WorkBoat Show, including:  Bolinger ShipyardsAustal USA and VT Halter Marine.

Beyond the shipbuilding aspect of the marine industry, a number of ancillary vendors ranging from vital services like Boland Industrial, to electronics manufacturers and marine equipment will be on display.  

That’s definitely true for Boland Industrial which has recently doubled in size, launched an aggressive internet and social media campaign, and is taking on new clients all over the world. 

“This is an awesome industry and represents a vibrant and growing segment of the economy.”

For more information on Boland Industrial or to contact John Boland, visit .  For information on the 2013 International WorkBoat Show, visit  To see Boland International’s premier clients, and  For more information about Gulf Coast shipbuilders at, and

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