As an innovative manufacturer of commercial fishing and specialty rope products, we strive to challenge the industries we serve status quo. At Coastline Cordage Group we provide work environments where our employees can thrive in an atmosphere of support and passion. A proudly owned Canadian company with grassroots cordage manufacturing in Nova Scotia since the 1970s, we value integrity and honesty and we promote respect with each other and our valued customers around the world.
We monitor industry and global trends to fuel our innovation in the sectors we serve. Our patented (PCT/CA2022/050329) Break-Away Release Link is evidence of this process in action.
All of our products are manufactured in Halifax, Nova Scotia and distributed to throughout North America and abroad. We are an SGS certified ISO:9001-2015 company (CA/18/640796) All employees of CoastLine Group are well educated in the industry standards of cordage manufacturing.
"Coastline Cordages double braided nylon tow line's have been performing great within our Atlantic Canada fleet."
Chris Corkum, Canadian Coast Guard
"Coastline Cordage’s west coast crabline and double braid polyester has performed exceptionally well in the Alaskan waters! Their rope is well suited for the challenges fishers face on this coast."
Phil Craig, President, Northern Fishing Supplies
"Very pleased with the lead line and double braids."
Daniel Despois, Fipec Industries
"Awesome company, people, and rope! We use Bulwark Safety X exclusively in our training centre."
Daniel Thorton, Keltic Falcon
"The quality of Coastline Cordage's double braids and kernmantle ropes have allowed our business to sell into new markets, while increasing our safety sales."
Jacob Williams, COO, General Work Products (New Orleans)
“The Night Saver rope was easy to handle and in the failing light was visible to the crew at all times, making our role in the rescue that much safer, and easier to manage."
Chris Batten & Daniel Hurd, Hemsby Lifeboat (UK)
"Your ropes have not only stood the test of time, but they have worn exceptionally well in comparison to previous ropes we have in use. We are very impressed."
John Lee, All Areas Access (Australia)