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Greensea Opens Second Location in Plymouth, MA to Meet Customer Demand

Greensea Systems, an industry-leading marine robotics company headquartered in Richmond, Vermont, announced plans to open an office on the waterfront in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The new location, at Cordage Park Circle, will be the company's first office outside of Vermont and will become home to a growing team of software developers and robotics engineers.

"We are known for our open-architecture platform, OPENSEA®, that is currently in use in more than 900 marine systems," said CEO Ben Kinnaman. "Being on the waterfront, in the heart of a vibrant maritime community, is the perfect place to expand our company. We hope that having an office in Plymouth is an attractive option to potential talent, some who may already call South Eastern Massachusetts or Cape Cod home."

The new office will be located at 10 Cordage Park Circle, Suite 222, in the historic Cordage Commerce Center, once home to the Plymouth Cordage Company, Plymouth’s largest employer for more than a century. The Cordage Commerce Center is a 55-acre waterfront property on Plymouth Harbor.

Greensea specializes in solving the tough problems of subsea navigation and autonomy, and is expanding its subsea, surface, and aerial applications on the OPENSEA platform. Adding a SE Massachusetts location is a strategic move that will allow Greensea to have a physical presence in proximity to other marine-focused businesses and research facilities. Within commuting distance to Boston, the Plymouth location also offers a high-energy technology scene and an ever-growing pool of talent, thanks to programs at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston University, and other top institutions.

“Greensea is actively recruiting navigation and controls engineers, project managers, and program managers to support our expanding business. Adding a second location in a major market with a well-known maritime community will help us to secure exceptional talent that can also relate to our customer's unique experiences," explains Marybeth Gilliam, COO.

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