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MetOcean Solutions Wins Ministry of Defence Award

Thursday, 24 November 2016, 1:27 pm | MetOcean Solutions

Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee has announced MetOcean Solutions a winner of the annual Minister of Defence Industry Awards of Excellence for 2016. The company won the 'Provision of a product to Defence for less than $15 million' category for the ... More >>

Metocean Solutions Enters Strategic Alliance with Omc I

Wednesday, 5 October 2016, 10:59 am | MetOcean Solutions

MetOcean Solutions have signed a strategic alliance with Melbourne firm OMC International. The two companies plan to coordinate research and development efforts and offer an expanded level of maritime forecasting and hydrodynamic services to port and harbour ... More >>

MetOcean Solutions maps potential fate of spills

Thursday, 19 July 2012, 6:52 pm | MetOcean Solutions

As experienced by the Bay of Plenty region with the Rena catastrophe, spills into coastal waters can cause substantial disruption to a region’s local communities, environment and fisheries. Pipeline ruptures, drill rig well leak, exposed well site ... More >>

33-year historical data of NZ atmospheric conditions

Friday, 8 June 2012, 11:24 am | MetOcean Solutions

To date there has been an absence of good quality, long term historical weather data to effectively characterise New Zealand’s complex environment. More >>

Warm Weather And Business

Tuesday, 5 December 2006, 11:13 am | MetOcean Solutions

Did you know that toilet paper sales increase during hot weather? That sales of hair-removal cream can rise up to 1400% and salads by 500% with increasing temperatures?! That for every 1ºC over 18ºC the consumption of softdrinks rises fourfold?! More >>

Revolutionising Marine Forecasting

Tuesday, 25 July 2006, 9:42 am | MetOcean Solutions

Marine forecasts are now available at an unprecedentedly localised level and detail thanks to a new web-based service from New Zealand oceanographic consultants, MetOcean Solutions Limited ( More >>