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Kings Bay Named Installation of Excellence

Secretary of Defense Robert Gates announced March 30 that Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay is one of five recipients of the 2007 Commander in Chief's Annual Award for Installation Excellence. The Commander in Chief's Annual Award for Installation Excellence recognizes the outstanding and innovative efforts of the people who operate and maintain U.S. military installations. The five recipients of this highly competitive presidential award were selected for their exemplary support of Department of Defense missions. Kings Bay is the only Navy base to win the award, along with two Marine Corps bases, an Army garrison, an Air Force base and a Defense supply center. “We are truly humbled to receive this award,” said Capt. Mike McKinnon, commanding officer of Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay. “We understand Team Kings Bay is just a small reflection of the immense talent existing throughout the [Commander, Naval Installations Command] enterprise and we are extremely fortunate to be singled out and honored with this recognition." He stated everyone who works at the strategic submarine base played a critical role in enhancing the base’s operational, material and family readiness. “From those involved in repairing our national assets to those responsible for training our warriors, and to those who keep our Trident D-5 weapon system operating flawlessly in support of our national strategic objectives, as well as those who provide support to our families


Superior Energy President/CEO Wins Entrepreneurial Award

David D. Dunlap, SESI President and CEO

Superior Energy Services’ (Superior) President and CEO, David D. Dunlap, was honored as the 2013 Transformational CEO at the recent Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards Gala for the Gulf Coast Area. Dunlap joined Superior in 2010 and has helped to position the company for long-term growthby focusing on U.S. land expansion and international growth. Under Dunlap’s leadership, Superiorhas grown exponentially through a focus on exceeding customers’ expectations


Nominations for Engineer, Scientist Awards

All military and civilian personnel may apply. The purpose of these two annual awards is to honor an engineer, scientist, or a team of engineers and/or scientists from NAVSEA headquarters or field activity, whose contributions or performance have enhanced the engineering or scientific profession. One individual or a team will be selected for each of the Engineer and Scientist of the Year Award categories. All nominations


NOL and APL Receive Industry Accolades

Neptune Orient Lines (NOL), and its container shipping subsidiary, APL, this week received top prizes at the Asia Logistics Awards 2006. NOL was lauded for Ethical Responsibility and APL was named Shipping Line of the Year at a gala ceremony in Singapore attended by more than 300 senior representatives of the global logistics and freight transportation industries. NOL’s supply chain management business APL Logistics was also a finalist in the Seafreight Forwarder and 3PL of the Year


Voice Distress Service Wins Award

Immarsat's Voice Distress over FleetBroadband has won the "Safety at Sea" magazine's Systems Award for its service to seafarers in difficulties The Inmarsat Voice Distress (Non-SOLAS) service was launched last year to enhance safety communication on commercial and leisure vessels. It utilises FleetBroadband to provide priority call access - interrupting all non-distress calls as soon as the red distress button is pushed.


Hahn and Poe Receive 2013 “Port Person of the Year” Award

Congresswoman Janice Hahn (D-CA) and Congressman Ted Poe (R-TX), Co-Founders of the bi-partisan PORTS Caucus were honored with the distinguished American Association of Port Authorities 2013 “Port Person of the Year” award at the association’s annual spring conference in Washington, DC.      “I am honored to accept this prestigious award with my friend and colleague, Congressman Poe,” said Congresswoman Hahn


BAE Systems’ Clifford Honored with Naval Award

American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) President Ronald Kiss (left) and U.S. Rep. Randy Forbes (Va.) present the Frank C. Jones Award to Bill Clifford (right), president of BAE Systems Ship Repair, at the Fleet Maintenance and Modernization Symposium in Virginia Beach. The award, presented annually by the ASNE, recognizes leaders in naval engineering who have contributed to ship maintenance and alteration programs for naval vessels.

Bill Clifford, president of Norfolk-based BAE Systems Ship Repair, has received the prestigious Frank C. Jones Award, presented by the American Society of Naval Engineers. Clifford was honored by his peers today at the annual Fleet Maintenance and Modernization Symposium held in Virginia Beach. The annual award recognizes leaders in naval engineering who have substantially and significantly contributed to ship maintenance and alteration programs for naval vessels.


Federal Marine Terminals Awarded for Environmental Excellence

Federal Marine Terminals (FMT) received the inaugural Environmental Recognition Award from the Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) at a special event held on the harbourfront today. This annual award was created to recognize and reward a Hamilton port partner’s contributions to respecting and protecting the natural environment. “Federal Marine Terminals has the largest footprint of any tenant on port property, and the company is a leader when it comes to environmental protection


Horizon Lines Win Environmental Stewardship Awards

Horizon Reliance: Photo credit Horizon Lines

US Company honored by Chamber of Shipping of America & Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine. Horizon Lines was recognized for outstanding achievement in environmental excellence by the CSA at a recent ceremony in Washington, D.C.  Additionally, the company has been named one of the 2012 Green Supply Chain Award winners by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine in its December issue. CSA awarded eight Horizon Lines vessels with Environmental Achievement Awards


POLB 'Green Flag', 'Green Ship', Program Awards

Green Flag Representatives: Photo courtesy of Port of Long Beach

The Port of Long Beach's Green Flag and Green Ship annual awards honored 20 shipping lines for efforts to improve air quality. Efforts to improve air quality locally were accomplished by slowing ships down or deploying cleaner vessels, or both. The Port’s Green Flag Program was created in 2005 and participation today is nearly universal. In 2012, almost 96 percent of all ships calling at Long Beach slowed to 12 knots within 20 nautical miles of the Port


Ferguson Receives Ellis Island Medal of Honor

Adm. Mark Ferguson, commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa, left, says goodbye to Vice Adm. Mohamed Lagmari, chief of naval operations for the Royal Moroccan Navy, after an office call and lunch at the Moroccan navy’s h

  Adm. Mark Ferguson, commander, Allied Joint Force Command Naples and commander, U.S. Naval Forces Europe-Africa (NAVEUR-NAVAF), received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor during a ceremony May 9, 2015 on Ellis Island. The National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations (NECO) presented the


Essar Ports Profit Jumps 15%

  Essar Ports Limited today announced its unaudited results for the full year and quarter ended March 2015. Key Highlights: ·         Essar Ports takes over the Vizag Iron Ore outer harbor terminal with 2 berths on 14th May 2015


Entries Sought for SHIPPINGInsight Award

Entries are now being accepted for the 2015 SHIPPINGInsight Award, which will be presented at the SHIPPINGInsight Fleet Optimization Conference & Exhibition, Oct. 13 in Stamford, Conn.   The annual award honors a ship operating company and its technology partners for the successful


88 Crowley Vessels Awarded for Safety

Left to right:  Crowleys Mike Golonka, vice president, ship management;  Rhonda Smith and Captain Andrew Smith; Captain Bob Cates; Dale Wilson, manager marine operations, petroleum services; Captain Charles Carlson and Captain Dennis O’Leary. (Photo: Crowley)

Eighty-eight Crowley vessels honored with Jones F. Devlin Awards in recognition of 565 combined years of safe operations   Eighty-eight Crowley Maritime Corporation vessels received the Chamber of Shipping of America’s (CSA) annual Jones F


YoungShip Young Corporation Award 2014

From left: YoungShip Oslo President Jon Halvard Bolstad Olsen, Gard Academy Vice President Jens Martinius Nilsen, DNV GL Regional Manager Fredrik Hessen

For its efforts to promote young employee development, marine insurer GARD has been awarded the 2014 YoungShip Young Corporation Award. The shipping industry is acknowledged as one of Norway’s key strategic industries. If shipping is to stay ahead in global competition


APM Named 'Best Inland Service Provider'

ELSC Award

8th Annual Express Logistics & Supply Chain Conclave, prominent Indian-based business gathering recognizes service excellence. APM Terminals India Pvt. Ltd. was named “Best Inland Service Provider” for the third time in three years at the recently concluded 8th Annual Express


Senior Chief Receives Bob Feller Award

Cleveland Indians first baseman Nick Swisher, left, Senior Chief Aviation Electronics Technician Carl Thompson, and baseball Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda receive the 2014 Bob Feller Act of Valor Award.

  A senior chief petty officer assigned to Nimitz-Class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) received the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award in a ceremony at the Navy Memorial in Washington, D.C., Nov. 5. Senior Chief Aviation Electronics Technician Carl M


Firefighting Ferry Crew Awarded for Bravery

2014 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea: Captain Andreas Kristensen with the medal he and his crew of the Britannia Seaways received. (Photo: IMO)

Britannia Seaways crew who fought raging fire in heavy seas receive 2014 IMO Award for Exceptional Bravery at Sea One year to the day after surviving an explosive fire which threatened the lives of 32 people on board his vessel, Captain Andreas Kristensen and his crew of the Britannia Seaways


Nominations for "Great Ships" Coming to a Close

COV1 MR Decemer 2013 web.jpg

Maritime Reporter & Engineering News, the world's largest circulation b2b marine publication, announced that Applications for its Annual Awards Issue -- "Great Ships of 2014" -- will close on Friday, November 21, 2014. This annual awards edition recognizes a selection of the


River Bell Awards Acclaim Maritime 'Family'

Peter H. Stephaich receives the River Bell Award (Photo: SCI)

The Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) recognized two inland maritime industry leaders at an annual awards luncheon Thursday, December 11, 2014, in Paducah, Ky.   The 15th Annual River Bell Awards Luncheon, hosted by SCI, raised more than $270


MHI Receives "Grand Prix" Award

High Marks Given to MHI REPORT 2014

  Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has received the Grand Prix at the Nikkei Annual Report Awards 2014 sponsored by Nikkei Inc. The Grand Prix is the top award to be given to the company most highly appreciated by judges. The award-winning publication is the "MHI REPORT


NASA Recognizes Conrad for Barge Conversion

Conrad Industries, Inc. has received the NASA Space Flight Awareness Supplier Award based on its performance with the conversion of the NASA Pegasus barge.   The annual award honors outstanding performance by hardware, software or service suppliers who support NASA human space flight


WCI Awards Sens. Alexander and Vitter

Senator Alexander (left) and Senator Vitter (right) stand with WCI President Mike Toohey (center) just before being presented with their awards. (Photo courtesy of WCI)

Waterways Council, Inc. (WCI) presented the 14th Annual Leadership Service Awards to Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Senator David Vitter (R-La.) for their “strong and continued leadership on ports and inland waterways issues,” WCI announced.   


Cargill wins Port Community Award

Port Community Award

The agro-industrial concern Cargill has won the 5th Port Community Award. The agro-industrial concern with branches in Amsterdam and Rotterdam also won a prize in the category shipping companies/ship’s agents/agents during the festive awards ceremony


Detyens Wins $15.8m Ship Repair Contract

USNS Lewis and Clark (Photo: U.S. Navy Military Sealift Command)

Detyens Shipyards, Inc. has been awarded a $15,812,647 firm-fixed-price contract from the U. S. Navy’s Military Sealift Command for a 75-calendar day shipyard availability for the regular overhaul and drydocking of USNS Lewis and Clark (T-AKE 1).  






 
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