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What does IMCA stand for in shipping?


IMCA is a non-governmental international organization representing offshore, maritime, and underwater engineering companies. IMCA was established in 1995, formed by the merger of the Offshore Diving Contractors Association (AODC) established in 1972 and the Dynamic Positioning Shipowners Association (DPVOA) established in 1989

IMCA members play a crucial role in the offshore oil, gas, and renewable energy industries. Mainly through the design, procurement, construction, and installation of offshore wind farms and hydrocarbon production facilities, as well as the continuous on-site support and maintenance requirements for these assets.


N2K 8 Ports Tee Cable for NMEA2000 Backbone

The fields covered by IMCA focus on ocean engineering, diving operations and equipment, offshore installation and positioning, maritime affairs, ocean detection, remote control systems, and unmanned remote-controlled submersibles. At present, IMCA member units are located in various regions around the world, and its core business scope includes offshore construction, safety rules and standards, environment and health, organizational training, equipment operation and testing standards, etc. It is an influential international organization in the world of diving and underwater engineering.

Our Premier Cable is a cable assemblies manufacturer for the marine NMEA 2000 network systems. We provide N2K Backbone & Drop Cable, N2K Power Tee, N2K Tee Connector, N2K Multi-T Connectors, N2K Termination Resistor, and N2K Field Installable Connects.


We accept customized orders for different colors and cable lengths, and also the small quantity test-order Most of the items are ready to ship. Leave us messages for the list and specifics:


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