To enhance the maritime business group’s presence in Latin America, Guillaume Lucci has been named regional manager for this region. In his new role, Lucci will be responsible for Halcrow's maritime business development and operations throughout Mexico, Central and South America, and the Spanish-speaking Caribbean. He will act as the firm's single-point of contact for all maritime related activities in Latin America and he and his team will provide local support for the maritime business group's growing list of clients in this region. Lucci will be able to expand Halcrow’s maritime practice in the region by building on the firm’s strong regional presence. Halcrow has operated and performed maritime projects in Latin America for over 40 years with permanent offices in Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Panama and over 150 staff in the region. Lucci joined Halcrow in 2008 as part of the acquisition of the River Consulting Ports Group that he managed since its inception in 2004. He is fluent in Spanish with a career dedicated to the port and maritime industry. Halcrow provides consulting engineering services and development advice to government agencies, public-sector authorities and utilities, industrial and commercial firms, international funding agencies, financial institutions and private clients.
WR Systems Ltd. has announced Mark Mahoney as the new Director of Domestic Maritime Business. Mahoney comes to WR from Northrop Grumman Sperry Marine, where he spent almost 25 years honing his technical maritime expertise in a variety of roles, including marketing, contracts and compliance. His most recent position was Service Manager for the Americas region.
Ross Wilkinson has joined Survitec Group to play a role in promoting worldwide sales growth and developing and maintaining an effective sales distribution and service network for the Crewsaver Commercial and Leisure ranges. Wilkinson joins Survitec from Orolia Limited, where he was General Manager and Maritime Business Unit Manager. Ross also spent twelve years with Navimo, firstly as Director of Sales and then as General Manager of Navimo UK. survitecgroup.com
Dubai World has consolidated its drydocks and maritime business by bringing Dubai Drydocks, Al Jadaf Shipyard, Platinum Yachts FZ and Platinum Yacht Management under a single umbrella - Dubai Drydocks World (DD World), a statement said. Dubai World, which runs DP World, the world's third largest port operator, yesterday announced the establishment of Dubai Drydocks World (DD World) to consolidate the dry docks and maritime sector of the organisation
A.P. Moeller-Maersk A/S plans to add more ships to its Singapore base after making the city-state its biggest hub after the headquarters in Denmark, Bloomberg reported, stating most of the new vessels will sail under the island-city’s flag. “Capitalizing on its strategic location, sophisticated port facilities and shipyards, Singapore has developed into a premier International Maritime Center where ships hub and essential ancillary services in shipping
Shipping accountant and business consultant Moore Stephens has expanded its specialised shipping presence in the UK by opening an office in the growing maritime center of Southampton. Chris Chasty, head of the Moore Stephens shipping group, says, "There is a growing cluster of shipping businesses in Southampton. We already have major clients there and have positioned a team who can provide the specific shipping expertise which maritime businesses need."
Teledata Marine Solutions (TMS) will launch a maritime IT consulting service and Holistic Maritime Training (HMT) platform in Hong Kong on 4 September 2009. Himanshu Joshi, the President of Teledata Marine Systems, explained the genesis of this pioneering maritime IT consulting service, “It is proven research that analysis across costs, tangible benefits and intangible benefits towards the deployment of IT services arithmetically generates ROCI at 9% per annum over a period of six
Hendry Corporation is proud to announce that it received a $1 Million grant under the Maritime Administration Assistance to Small Shipyards Grant Program. Hendry Corporation appreciates the efforts of Congresswoman Castor, Congressman Nelson, Congressman Bilirakis, and Mayor Bob Buckhorn. The MARAD funds, along with Hendry’s capital contribution of $1.6 Million, will be used to construct a 1200-ton floating dry-dock
The tug Falcon was built by Modern Marine Inc. in 1978. In the intervening years, companies that employed her have changed hands a number of times until 2013 when Vane Line Bunkering of Baltimore, Maryland purchased Kirby Marine’s Philadelphia bunkering division. The parent company, Vane Brothers, immediately began plans to update and upgrade the classic 75x25-foot tug. Central to this was the repower of the vessel
H.H. Sheikh Ahmed receives Golden Anchor to commemorate Dubai Maritime City’s Business District launch. Commercial development of the City to be completed by 2014. Dubai Maritime City (DMC), the world class facility for furthering maritime business, has posted revenues worth USD 25 million in 2011 and this is expected to expand further by 15 percent during 2012. The Business District of the multi-purpose mixed-use facility was opened recently at a Grand Ceremony organised under
As February is our traditional cruise shipping edition, naturally we’ve selected a fishing boat and two crabs for the cover. But as many of you may already know, that’s not just any fishing boat, rather it is the Cornelia Marie, its owner Josh Harris and captain Casey McManus
With a focus on improving maritime business sectors through a series of incentives to raise productivity, innovation, and internationalization the government of Singapore extended a number of its maritime incentives in its 2015 budget.
Erik Sarmento Staubo has been promoted to vice president of sales at Norwegian software company Tero Marine, assuming the role from February 1. Staubo has for the last 1.5 years filled the position of regional director in Tero Marine, based at the company’s Oslo office
Our annual Ferry and Passenger Vessel edition kicks off the New Year in high gear, even if oil prices aren’t necessarily following suit. As vessel operators – our ferry drivers included – celebrate lower bunker prices, another maritime subset frets over what might happen to the
As the first company to commercialize hollow fiber membranes for air separation onboard ships, Air Products AS, Norway (APAS) is a true pioneer. Managing Director Tom Cantero discusses his company’s technology, developments and outlook.
Inmarsat has appointed SpeedCast International Limited (SpeedCast), a leading global network and satellite communications service provider, as a Distribution Partner (DP) for its flagship maritime service, FleetBroadband, and Fleet One
It is not often that I break out the tux for my editorial picture, but this special edition dictates. I know that I should argue that all of our editions are special, but this one in particular, I must admit, stands out in a number of ways.
Competition in the maritime communications sector is fierce, and ship owners are the winners as service from land-to-sea is becoming faster and cheaper. MR spoke with KVH’s Jim Dodez in Athens at Posidonia for his insights on the present and future of connectivity at sea.
An industry-wide lack of technical knowledge is limiting the uptake of new technology in shipping, says Dr. Martin Stopford, author of standard subject textbook 'Maritime Economics'. Now is the time to change this, he believes, in this article from ABB's 'Generations 2014' publication.
New president John Cushing’s role gives him responsibility for PierPass programs to relieve congestion and improve air quality at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. He takes over the role of president from Bruce Wargo, who has led PierPass since its founding in 2004 and remains CEO.
6 Pennyfield Avenue Throggs Neck, NY 10465 Telephone: 718 409 7277 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.sunymaritime.edu/ President: Dr. Michael A. Alfultis Number of Employees (SUNY): 1,800 The Company: SUNY Maritime is a four-year college located at historic Fort Schuyler in
WR Systems has been shortlisted for the Environmental Initiative Award. Judged by an independent panel of experienced cruise industry specialists, the Seatrade Insider Cruise Awards are one of the highest accolades in the cruise industry.
Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) has brought out new marketing material depicting their strong and open maritime cluster, focusing on quality shipping, health, safety and the environment. Together with stakeholders from Blue Denmark, the DMA has developed new
A total of 51 scholarships worth more than S$1.4 million were awarded this year, as part of continuous outreach and talent development efforts to meet the manpower needs of the growing Singapore maritime industry - an area which contributes to some 7 per cent of the nation's economy.
GEA Heat Exchangers said it will present its latest innovations at SMM 2014, the maritime-business trade fair for shipbuilding, machinery and marine technology from September 9-12 in Hamburg Germany. The company will exhibit in hall A3, at stand 212