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Four Honors for NOL at Asian Freight Awards

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APL, APL Logistics singled out; Lifetime Achievement Award for CEO Widdows SINGAPORE, 27 APRIL 2011 – NOL Group won accolades for excellence in Shipping and Logistics and CEO Ron Widdows received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 25th Asian Freight & Supply Chain Awards here tonight.  Both of NOL’s principal businesses were honored at one of the longest-running awards tributes in the Asian transportation sector.  Container carrier APL was named Best Shipping Line in the Transpacific and Asia-Europe trades.  APL Logistics won in the category of Best Logistics Service Provider – Sea Freight. Widdows, a 40-year shipping industry veteran, received career recognition for his broad impact on global trade and transportation.  In addition to heading up NOL, he is Chairman of the World Shipping Council and past Chairman of the Transpacific Stabilization Agreement. The Lifetime Achievement Award was the third major honor for Widdows in the past two years.  In 2009 he was named Admiral of the Ocean Sea by the United Seamen’s Service.  Last year he received the Connie Award from the Containerization and Intermodal Institute.   Source: NOL


Beijer Opens New U.S. Headquarters

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Beijer Electronics (BELE), a Sweden-based global technology company, is proud to announce the opening of its U.S. headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. Beijer Electronics has been experiencing rapid growth and has now moved into a state-of-the-art research and development/manufacturing facility totaling over 44,000 square feet located at located at 1865 West 2100 South, Salt Lake City, Utah 84119. The date for the open house is Friday, September 27, 2013 from 2:30-5 p.m


PSA Singapore Named Best Seaport in Asia

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 Port operator PSA International was named the best global container terminal operating firm for the second year running, in the 2016 Asian Freight, Logistics & Supply Chain Awards held in Shanghai.   PSA also received the “Best Container Terminal – Asia (Over 4 million TEUs)" award.    “The Port of Singapore clinched the award for its leading performance on a range of criteria including cost competitiveness


CEVA Wins Best Green Logistics Operator Award

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  CEVA Logistics, a leading global supply chain management company, was awarded the Best Green Logistics Operator award at the 28th Asian Freight and Supply Chain Awards (AFSCA) held in Shanghai recently. The annual awards organized by Cargonews Asia are designed to honor leading organizations for demonstrating leadership as well as consistency in service quality, innovation, customer relationship management and reliability.


USCG Rescue Fisherman from Western Lake Erie

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  The Coast Guard rescued a fisherman from western Lake Erie after he launched an emergency distress flare Wednesday afternoon, near South Bass Island, Ohio. The Coast Guard is not releasing the name of the man rescued, and there is no Coast Guard imagery for this case. At about 4:20 p.m., a watchstander at Coast Guard Station Marblehead, Ohio, responded to a flare sighting report from a good Samaritan. The watchstander directed the launch of a boat crew aboard a 25-foot response boat


Ovation Of The Seas Sets Sail From China

Ovation Of The Seas. Photo by Royal Caribbean

 Royal Caribbean christened their third Quantum class cruise ship, Ovation of the Seas, to huge fanfare in a ceremony in Tianjin, China.   The event marked the first time a Royal Caribbean ship has been named in China, and actress Fan Bingbing became the company’s first ever Chinese “godmother”.    The celebrations culminated with the maritime tradition of breaking a Champagne bottle on the hull of the ship


Liverpool Shipyard Back in Action

Ferry naming: Photo courtesy of Cammell Laird

Big name UK shipbuilder Cammell Laird, of Birkenhead, Liverpool was proud to announce the naming of the first complete ships to be built there for 20 years. The ceremony marked the completion of a multi-million pound contract which has seen Cammell Laird build two new car ferries for Western Ferries MV Sound of Seil (Cammell Laird keel number 1387) and MV Sound of Soay (keel number 1388). The vessels continue Western Ferries tradition of naming its vessels after Scottish sounds


Navy to Christen Second Joint High Speed Vessel

JHSV under construction (file photo)

The Navy will christen the Joint High Speed Vessel (JHSV) Choctaw County, named for three U.S. counties, located in Mississippi, Alabama and Oklahoma, which share the county's name, during a ceremony in Mobile, Ala., Sept. 15, at 10 a.m. CDT.  Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus will deliver the ceremony's principal address.  Women from Ackerman High School's class of 1966, 29 in all, will serve as the ship's sponsors


Tanker Named at Jiangnan Shipyard

A.P. Moller - Maersk Group announced that the naming of the newest vessel, a chemical/product tanker of 16,500 tons, took place. The vessel was built at the Jiangnan shipyard for the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group. Elizabeth Bjerregaard, accompanied by her husband Peter Bjerregaard, Executive Vice President of the Danish Shipowners’ Association, delighted A.P. Moller - Maersk and the shipyard by naming the vessel NORDBY MÆRSK


MAN Diesel Officially a European Company

The conversion of MAN B&W Diesel AG into a European Company (Societas Europaea, or SE for short) was concluded on August 31. At the same time the company will change its name into MAN Diesel SE, headquartered in Augsburg, Germany. By adopting SE status, the Executive Board intends to make the Diesel Engine Division of the MAN Group an even more international player showing a single face to the customer. In order to better organize the working of its committees, the Supervisory Board


Newport International Boat Show Announces Edson Awards

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Newport Exhibition Group, owners and producers of the Newport International Boat Show,announced today the results of this year’s Edson Awards for Excellence in Portraying Company Image. Presented by Will Keene, chairman of Edson International


Navy Names Replenishment Oiler After Robert F. Kennedy

A graphic representation of the future USNS Robert F. Kennedy (T-AO 208). (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Armando GonzalesReleased)

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Ray Mabus announced today that the next ship of the next generation of fleet replenishment oilers will be named USNS Robert F. Kennedy (T-AO 208). A ceremony marking the announcement was held at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston.


Medal of Honor for Two Destroyers

A graphic representation of the future USS Jack H. Lucas (DDG 125)

In a ceremony at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium, Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, DDG 125, will be named Jack H. Lucas in honor of the Marine Corps hero and Medal of Honor recipient. Mabus also announced that DDG 126 would be named Louis H. Wilson Jr


Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics: No Change in Long Term Ownership Structure

* The Norwegian Wilhelmsen family sees no change in the planned ownership structure in Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA in the foreseeable future after the merger with Wallenius   * Wilhelmsen and Wallenius aim to merge its ownership in the jointly owned entities Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (jointly


Wilh. Wilhelmsen sees extended Weak RO/RO Market

A Wallenius Line RO RO vessel (Wilh. Wilhelmsen)

Car and truck shipper Wilh. Wilhelmsen Asa made the following remarks and announcements on it's capital markets day on Thursday: * Expects fundamentals in car/truck carrier shipping market (PCTC) to remain weak for another 2-3 years * CEO Jan Eivind Wang says capacity utilisation globally is


WSDOT Christens New Ferry Chimacum

WSF’s third Olympic Class vessel, M/V Chimacum, will will replace an older vessel on the Seattle/Bremerton route in 2017. (Photo: WSDOT)

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) christened Chimacum, the third Olympic Class vessel to join the Washington State Ferries (WSF) fleet. The ceremony took place at Vigor's Harbor Island Shipyard in Seattle, and marked the vessel’s final stage of construction and its


RAstar 3200 for Mauritius Ports Authority

RAstar 3200 for the Mauritius Ports Authority

Robert Allan Ltd. has added yet another vessel to its popular RAstar 3200 Series design, this one constructed by Hong Kong’s Cheoy Lee Shipyards for the Mauritius Ports Authority. The RAstar 3200 terminal support tug, Sir Edouard, was delivered August 21


US Marshals Service Detains Tanker in Philadelphia

The U.S. Marshals Service has blocked a vessel headed to the Monroe Energy refinery outside of Philadelphia from leaving the port in connection with a civil court order, the federal agency said.   The order was issued by a civil court judge in Eastern federal court related to failure to


Cummins Delivers First QSK95 Engines

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Manufacturer of diesel engines and generator sets for the marine industry Cummins Inc. said it recently delivered the first four QSK95 engines for a marine application, with four additional units to be delivered in December.   The engines were delivered to longtime Cummins partner SEACOR


De Nora BWTS in Brokerage Agreement with MARCAS

BALPURE (Photo: De Nora)

Electrochemical technologies firm De Nora has announced a brokerage agreement with MARCAS, a buying group for the maritime industry. The deal means that MARCAS members representing close to 1,700 vessels can access aggregate purchasing deals with De Nora for its BALPURE ballast water


This Day In Naval History: September 7

Sailors assigned to attack submarine Minnesota (SSN-783) man the rails after the order to bring the ship to life is given during the commissioning ceremony for Minnesota.  (U.S. Navy photos by Andrew Schneide)

1775 - During the American Revolution, the British supply ship Unity is taken by the Continental schooner, Hannah, paid for by Army Gen. George Washington. It is the first prize taken by a Continental vessel.   1776 - David Bushnells submarine Turtle is used by Sgt


Wilhelmsen and Wallenius to Merge

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Wilhelmsen and Wallenius have signed a letter of intent to establish a new ownership structure for their jointly owned investments. The new entity, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics ASA, will form a more efficient management structure and enable further synergies between the joint ventures.


Svitzer Amstel is Named in the Netherlands

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 A naming ceremony was held on August 30, 2016 for Svitzer Amstel, a new Sanmar ASD 60-metric-ton bollard pull tug operating in the Port of Amsterdam.   The naming ceremony of Svitzer Amstel built by Sanmar Shipyards, was hosted by Port Towage Amsterdam


Vigor Delivers San Francisco’s New Fireboat

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Vigor recently delivered an 88’ x 25’ x 14’ fireboat to the San Francisco Fire Department. The yet to be named vessel is the first fireboat to join San Francisco’s fleet in 61 years.   Designed by Jensen Maritime and built at Vigor’s Seattle shipyard


MN100: Pacific Power Group

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The Company: Established in 1958, Pacific Power Group has been a trusted partner for the marine power needs of the Western U.S. for more than 50 years. PPG provides premier propulsion systems that offer cost-effective and best-in-class propulsion solutions for a variety of fields






 
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