, Port Arthur, Texas


October 7, 2013

Marine surveying firm opens Nederland office

PORT ARTHUR — Diers, Jones and Stark Inc. working, to be to be one of the world's leading marine surveying companies, cut the ribbon recently on a new facility in Nederland.

Diers, Jones and Stark provides immediate response to all requests for marine surveying services combined with fast and accurate reports detailing their unbiased findings and recommendations to all clients.

They work closely with their clients to develop an understanding of their particular needs. Diers, Jones and Stark Inc. has more than 100 years of combined experience that enables them to handle any conceivable job associated with marine surveying.

Their primary asset is their team of experienced surveyors, consultants and support staff. Ken Diers, Thor Jones and Harry Stark come from a wide range of marine surveying, underwriting and engineering backgrounds and are supported by a knowledgeable, efficient administrative staff.

Diers, Jones and Stark are SAMS and NAMS certified. The SAMS and NAMS certification ensures that clients will be provided with the highest Quality Marine Surveying Services.

The Nederland Chamber of Commerce welcomed them to their team at a ribbon cutting recently. They are located at 211 S. U.S. 69, Nederland.

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