Marine Fenders International

Foam-Filled Marine Fenders

Marine Fenders International Supplies the Port of Los Angeles for Cruise Terminal Waterside Improvements

Marine Fenders International (MFI) has been selected by the Port of Los Angeles (POLA) to supply 29 each of our Ocean Guard™ high-capacity foam-filled marine fenders for berths 90–92 and...

Marine Fenders International Supplies the Port of Los Angeles for Cruise Terminal Waterside Improvements

Cruise Ship Terminal in Ketchikan, Alaska Constructed with Marine Fenders International’s Ocean Guard Netless Foam-Filled Marine Fenders

Ketchikan is a major cruise ship port along the Inside Passage, welcoming hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Given the decline of the timber and fishing industries in southeast...

Cruise Ship Terminal in Ketchikan, Alaska Constructed with Marine Fenders International’s Ocean Guard Netless Foam-Filled Marine Fenders

Marine Fenders International, Inc.’s Ocean Guard™ Netless Foam Filled Fenders Modernizes B Street Cruise Ship Terminal in San Diego.

The number of cruise ship calls in San Diego increased from 100 in 2000 to 191 in 2004. For 2005, expected cruise ship calls already number 211 and more are likely-+. San Diego has the potential...

Marine Fenders International, Inc.’s Ocean Guard™ Netless Foam Filled Fenders Modernizes B Street Cruise Ship Terminal in San Diego.

Marine Fenders International's Netless Foam-Filled Fenders Protect Valuable Space Program Assets

Marine Fenders International, a manufacturer of marine fendering systems, was selected to supply its Ocean Guard™ netless foam-filled marine fender system to protect the sensitive assets...

Marine Fenders International's Netless Foam-Filled Fenders Protect Valuable Space Program Assets

Ocean Guard Fenders Chosen for the Harshest Marine Environment

Marine Fenders International, Inc., a leading manufacturer of marine fendering systems was selected to supply our Ocean Guard™ netless foam-filled marine fender system for the one of...

Ocean Guard Fenders Chosen for the Harshest Marine Environment