SINGAPORE and EATONTOWN, NJ—(August 10, 2009) - Condition Analyzing Corporation (CAC), the industry’s leading provider of condition monitoring services, today announced the opening of its new company, CAC Singapore Pte. Ltd. The new entity will expand Condition Analyzing Corporation’s presence in the island nation.

Condition Analyzing Corporation’s services consist of shipboard-vibration analysis and thermographic inspections. The company’s clients include the International Maritime community. Each CAC program is specifically tailored to the unique needs of the client, and clients are able to view the results of their programs 24/7 by logging into CAC’s Web-based dashboard solution.

“Singapore is now one of the busiest ports in the world and a strategic center for maritime business; we are now better situated to service our clients in the Eastern Pacific region from New Zealand and Australia to China, Japan and the Persian Gulf,” commented John K McNeil, president, CAC. “Additionally, many influential international maritime organizations have their headquarters or offices there, making Singapore an ideal location to base our Asian operations.”

Singapore is also the world’s third-largest petrochemical refiner and operates the most technically advanced shipbuilding and ship-repair facilities in Southeast Asia. More than 5,000 shipping companies and maritime ancillary service providers are located in Singapore, making the Port of Singapore an international business and financial hub and a strategic centre for maritime business. The Singapore Registry of Ships (SRS) is among the top 10 largest registries in the world with more than 3,000 registered vessels.

More about Condition Analyzing Corporation

Founded in 1969, Condition Analyzing Corporation (CAC) is the world’s leading provider of shipboard-condition monitoring services. The company has helped clients save millions of dollars by reducing maintenance costs, maximizing the useful life of machinery and enhancing on-board and in-house equipment reliability. Headquartered in Eatontown, N.J., CAC’s North American offices are located in the Gulf and West Coast areas of the U.S. as well as Canada. CAC Singapore PTE. LTD. is headquartered in Singapore. More information about CAC can be accessed at www.cacvibe.com  or contact +1 732 542 5588

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