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Hallin Marine Robotics Group Aimed at Nuclear Power Plants
Hallin Marine is expanding on its success assisting with the decommissioning of the notorious Sellafield nuclear plant in the U.K. by seeking more decommissioning work for its robotics group.
By Kevin Fogarty


Undersea industrial construction and maintenance company Hallin Marine is expanding on its success assisting with the decommissioning of the notorious Sellafield nuclear plant in the U.K. by spinning off its robotics division to accelerate development and to seek more decommissioning and other dangerous work appropriate for its remote-operated manipulator arms.

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