The Providence Journal: 401 Tech Bridge Partners Include New And Established RI Companies

Goetz Composites, founded 45 years ago, and Flux Marine, a startup in Narragansett, are among the Rhode Island companies that have collaborated with 401 Tech Bridge to develop new products and lines of business.

Goetz, in Bristol, started out making sailboats and later diversified by creating products with composite materials for a variety of industries. The company last year shared a $250,000 prize from the Naval Sea Systems Command to help construct the shell of an unmanned, undersea vehicle. The capsule was failing at deep depths.

View full article in The Providence Journal.

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