MSHIPCO Launches New Website Coinciding with the Completion of Office Renovation

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New site allows users to interact via social media and access to detailed product information.


Newly renovated MSHIPCO office

MSHIPCO is pleased to announce the launch of the company's new and improved website: The company recently underwent renovation for additional office spaces to accommodate the rapid growth of its operations in San Diego, CA. The launch of the new website coincides with the completion of the renovation.

MSHIPCO has been operating in San Diego for over 15 years as a naval architecture firm specializing in research and design of advanced vessels for the military and commercial markets, particularly using the patented hull technology called the "M-hull." However, in recent years, the company renewed and expanded its focus to unmanned systems and composite construction to meet the ever-changing market needs.

The new website offers a contemporary look with streamlined navigation, allowing visitors to easily access detailed product and technology information.

The site includes extensive information including brochures, photos and videos to help visitors understand MSHIPCO's innovative products, technologies and solutions. With the user-friendliness firmly in mind, the website has been designed using the latest technology so the site is compatible with today's browsers and mobile devices.

Furthermore, the new website allows users to add comments to news items, share news on Twitter, and see Facebook updates right on the homepage.

MSHIPCO welcomes feedback on the new website by posting a comment on its Facebook page.

MSHIPCO, LLC is an award-winning naval design firm specializing in research and design of advanced vessels for the military and commercial markets. MSHIPCO provides naval engineering services ranging from fundamental hull form research to construction management. MSHIPCO was created with a dynamic mix of naval architects, boat builders and scientists to discover new maritime technologies like the M-hull design featured on the largest carbon fiber vessel in the Navy, the Stiletto. For more information, please visit

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