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2 2 Historic Highlights World’s first trans-oceanic wireless transmission Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of Canada incorporated First factory opened in Montreal Marconi wireless station receives S.S. Titanic’s distress signal Company name changed to Canadian Marconi Company English Electric Company Limited of the U.K. acquired 50.6% of Canadian Marconi Created a marine and land division to focus on these growing commercial market Became Canada’s largest marine electronics distributor through exclusive arrangements with leading manufacturers Name changed to CMC Electronics Inc Acquired by Esterline Solid reputation based on over 100 years of innovation

3 3 CMC Electronics Overview Headquarters: Montreal, Quebec Key markets: –Commercial aviation –Military aviation –Marine Electronics Employees:1,151 Esterline Headquarters: Bellevue, Washington Public company. Founded in 1967 Employees: 10,000 Revenue US $1.5B Key markets: –Commercial aviation (40%) –Military aviation (40%) –Industrial applications (20%) (incl. marine and medical) Commercial Aviation Cockpit systems integration Navigation and FMS Visualization Airborne Communications Military Aviation Cockpit systems integration Navigation and FMS Visualization Airborne Communications Custom Electronics Avionics components Hybrid microcircuits NavComm Electronics Communications and electronics systems for land and marine applications World-Class Capability

4 4 NavComm Today Who We Are Canada’s largest distributor of marine electronics and technical products Provider of related after-sales services for the Recreational, Commercial, and Communications markets. ISO 9001:2000 Certified Please visit Largest Distributor of Marine Electronics in Canada

5 5 Presence Coast to Coast Support and Superior After-Sales Service CMC Electronics Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 240 employees Manufacturing facility: Aviation electronics CMC Electronics Montreal, Quebec, Canada 841 employees Manufacturing facility: Aviation electronics; custom display components; hybrid microcircuits NavComm Sales CMC Electronics Sugar Grove, Illinois, U.S.A. 93 employees Manufacturing facility: Aviation electronics NavComm Sales & Service Branch Burnaby, B.C. CMC Office Stoke-sub-Hamdon, Somerset, England NavComm Sales & Service Branch St.John’s, Nfld. NavComm Sales & Service Branch Dartmouth, N.S. NavComm Sales & Service Branch Yarmouth, N.S. NavComm Sales & Service Branch Matane, Que. NavComm Sales & Service Branch Mississauga, Ont. CMC Office Toulouse, France

6 6 NavComm Management and Support Team 8 Outside sales staff 2 Inside sale support staff 15 Service and technical staff 15 Inside customer support and administration CMC Electronics Experienced Management, Sales and Service Team General Manager William Coady Branch Admin & Customer Service Michele Munroe Recreational Sales & Marketing Robert Barkley Finance & HO Administration Carlo Correra Commercial Sales & Technical Service Anthony Johnstone

7 7 NavComm Sales and Service Network Six sales and service locations across Canada Localized inventory and service - superior customer support 24-hour service Dealer network of over 400 boat dealers, OEMs, independent and mass merchants Spare parts, installation and maintenance Calibrated test equipment, computerized inventory and Business Information System (BIS) ISO certified 9001:2000 An approved FSR for SNC Lavalin for the Maritime Coastal Defence Vessels (MCDV) Largest Electronics Distributor in Canada

8 8 NavComm Product Lines Radar, ECDIS, Plotting Devices, GPS Gyro compass, Heading sensors, Inertial Navigation Equipment, Steering. VHF/MF/HF and Satellite Communications Satellite TV and Internet (VSAT) and Antenna Distribution Systems Entertainment Products Master Clock Systems PA, Intercom and Sound Powered Telephone Systems Safety Devices- SART’s, EPIRB’s, PLB’s, MOB Systems Asset Management (vessel monitoring) Echo Sounders, Sonar, 3D Bottom Profiling, Weather Stations, ROV’s GMDSS, VDR, AIS, NDB, LRIT Antennas, Cabling, Electrical, Speakers, Panels Complete Line of Marine Electronic Communication and Navigation Products from a Wide Variety of Manufacturers

9 9 Major Suppliers. Market Leading Suppliers of Marine Electronics

10 10 Key Commercial Clients and Markets BC Ferries Marine Atlantic Provincial Ferry Companies Secunda Marine Various Shipyards in Canada RCMP and other Law Enforcement Provincial Government Department of National Defence MCDV’s Canadian Coast Guard Federal Agencies Oil and Gas (LNG) Fishing Enterprises Utility Companies Deep Sea Vessels Domestic Fleets Tug and Tow Boats AMH and YAG

11 11 Proven Systems Integration Experience ORCA Class Vessels Selected to supply and install complex navigational and communications equipment for the new ORCA Class Training vessels for the Canadian Department of National Defense The new 33-meter vessels will replace the aging Yard Auxiliary General (YAG) vessels built in the 1950s. Delivery of the eight vessels: 2006 to 2008.

12 12 Recent Projects MV Fairweather and MV Chenega- Alaska Marine Highways ( ) MV Pacificat Explorer, MV Pacifcat Discovery and MV Pacificat Voyager

13 13 Recent Projects CCG 47ft MLB Terra Nova Project

14 14 Recent Projects RIG CHEMULMV Pearl Mist

15 15 Recent Projects Refit of the CCGV Tracy UT755 Vessel for Atlantic Towing

16 16 Summary Market leader - Canada’s largest distributor of marine electronics and technical products and provider of related after-sales service World renowned product lines 107 years of history in marine electronics Well respected Service Department Experienced management, sales and service team Excellent marketing, distribution and support –Local and national inventory and service –Extensive and established dealer network –Customer support, training, warranty, non-warranty service Strategically located in most major Canadian ports Affiliated with international service agencies to provide world-wide support Canadian Company with Excellent IRB and Canadian Content Potential


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