Puget Sound Commerce Center, Inc. Company Profile
Todd Shipyards helps keep boats afloat. The company operates a handful of Washington-based dry docks through subsidiaries
and Everett Shipyard; in the marketplace of private, that is non-governmental, shipyard owners, it is largest in the US Pacific Northwest. Its work focuses on repair (minor jobs to major overhauls) and maintenance of federal government as well as commercial vessels that plow the region's waters. Services include new construction and industrial fabrication for a select group of customers at its shipyards. Contracts with the US
, and Washington State Ferries, represent about 90% of its revenues. Todd was taken over by
in 2011 for $130 million.
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