Updated March 30, 2020
In accordance with the COVID-19 “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order set forth by the State of Washington, our Bellevue, WA site will be closed beginning Thursday, March 26th for two weeks. After that time, we will reevaluate the situation in line with the guidelines provided by local health officials. Our Philomath, OR site will remain open at this time, in accordance with Oregon’s guidelines. Associates who are able to work from home will continue to do so, including customer support. We remain committed to our associates’ safety, to you, and to your work and are here to partner with you during this challenging time. We ask that you refrain from submitting RMAs to our Bellevue facility and recommend you contact customer support with questions about any existing service orders at 425-643-9866 or email@example.com. If you are concerned about an existing order, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please visit our COVID-19 Updates page. We will continue to update our website as things change during this dynamic time. Thank you for your continued support.
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Sea-Bird Scientific is the world's largest developer and manufacturer of products for the measurement of salinity, temperature, pressure, dissolved oxygen, fluorescence, nutrients and related parameters for oceanographic research and environmental water quality monitoring in natural waters. These tools are used around the world by ocean researchers, resource managers, and key industries engaged in offshore exploration and ocean resource utilization.
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