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NLS Welcomes Three New Vessels

On February 2, Neo Logistic Services baptized three new inland vessels of the Neo Kemp type (32/48 TEU). The company now owns 13 of these vessels that are used on the smaller waterways. Each of them can carry 16,000 boxes on a year's basis. Currently there are two additional units being built, and another three are on order.


Four Groups to Compete for Naval Contract

The Ottowa Business Journal has reported that four consortia have been selected to bid on a $2.9 billion contract to supply three new joint support ships to the Canadian Forces, the first in a week-long series of announcements by the Harper government of new equipment for Canada's sailors, soldiers and airmen. Irving Shipbuilding, BAE Systems (Project) Limited (BAE Systems Naval Ships), ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems AG and SNC-Lavalin Profac Inc will bid on the project definition


Northrop Grumman U.S. Navy Destroyer Contract

Northrop Grumman Corporation's Sperry Marine business unit won contracts to supply the U.S. Navy with steering systems for three new USS Arleigh Burke DDG 51-class guided missile destroyers. Northrop Grumman Ship Systems issued one contract, for DDG 107. Bath Iron Works, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics, issued contracts for vessels DDG 108 and 109. The three contracts have a combined value of $12.5 million.


North Florida Shipyards Awarded MarAd Contract

American Overseas Marine Corporation (AMSEA), on behalf of MarAd, has granted North Florida Shipyards (Jacksonville), a contract to modify deck spaces of M/V Cape Wrath. With work encompassing the removal of six movable decks, and one fixed deck, three new fixed decks will be fabricated by the yard's affiliate - North Florida Shipbuilding - and installed in the cargo spaces. Additional modifications will be performed on fire stations, vent systems


New Ferries Named

BC Ferries has chosen the names for its three new Super C-class vessels that will begin operating between the mainland and Vancouver Island in early 2008. An advisory board comprised of local newspaper reporters and BC Ferries’ employees selected the names Coastal Renaissance, Coastal Inspiration and Coastal Celebration after reviewing a total of 7,602 entries submitted in a contest that ran from Oct. 18, 2005 through Jan. 31 of this year. (Source: Parksville Qualicum News)


Bulyard Shipbuilding to Contruct New Vessels

Navigation Maritime Bulgare (Navibulgar) will receive three new ships after a contract for the construction of the ships was signed, Focus news agency reported. Bulyard-Shipbuilding Industry AD will construct the vessels. Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev was also present at the contract signing ceremony. The ships to be constructed will be cargo ships. They will be constructed respectively by December 2009, September 2011 and January 2012.


Alewijnse Commissions Three Pilot Station Vessels

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Alewijnse Noord BV in Drachten recently the largest order in the history of the company scored. It involves the construction of electrical systems on board three new Pilot Station Vessels for the pilotage. The vessels are built by Barkmeijer Shipyards. Barkmeijer Shipyards Stroobos building commissioned by the Pilotage three new ships. The 'pilot station vessels' function offshore as accommodation for the crew of the pilot boats. The vessels have a length of more than 80 meters


CMA CGM Launches Three New Joint Services, Restructures Routes

Photo: CMA CGM

In view of continuous challenging trading conditions effective from July 2013 CMA CGM, Maersk Line, Hamburg Süd, CSAV, China Shipping Container Lines and Hanjin will restructure their services between the Far East and South America East Coast by launching three new joint services. The three new services will replace the following four services: -ASAS 2/NGX 2/SEAS 2/ASAX 2: Currently operated by Maersk Line, Hamburg Süd, CSAV, CMA CGM and China Shipping Container Lines.


Subsea 7 Charters Out Three Newbuild PLSV's

Pipelayer Seven Waves: Photo courtesy of Subsea 7

Norway's Subsea 7 S.A. awarded 3 contracts from Petrobras with a combined value (at the time of contract signature) of approximately US$1.6 billion for the construction & operation of three new-build flexible pipe-lay support vessels (PLSVs). The work scope of each of these 5 year contracts is similar to that of the PLSVs which Subsea 7 currently operates offshore Brazil, comprising project management, engineering and installation of flowlines


Rolls Royce Wins Large Dolphin Energy Contract

Rolls-Royce wins $136 million contract to supply industrial Trents to Dolphin Energy Limited Rolls-Royce has been awarded contracts worth $136 million to supply technology and long-term services support to Dolphin Energy Limited which transports natural gas from Qatar to the United Arab Emirates and Oman via a 364 km subsea pipeline. Rolls-Royce will supply Dolphin Energy Limited with three industrial Trent gas turbine compression packages


IBIA Celebrates 23th Annual Dinner

Jens Maul Jørgensen (Photo: IBIA)

Association appoints new board members and sets priorities for the future   The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) has appointed three new members to its Management Board and one new member to the IBIA in Africa Board. The appointments were announced at the Association’s


Australian Navy Commissions HMAS Adelaide

Australia’s second Landing Helicopter Dock (LHD) ship, HMAS Adelaide, arriving at its new home at Fleet Base East Garden Island, Sydney. (Photo courtesy of the RAN)

Royal Australian Navy commissions second LHD HMAS Adelaide powered by GE LM2500 marine gas turbines   GE Marine reports that its LM2500 gas turbines now power the Royal Australian Navy’s HMAS Adelaide which was commissioned in late 2015


LSC Shipmanagement Receives 3 New Ships

Photo: A/S Latvijas kuģniecība

 In the first half of this year, JSC “Latvijas kugnieciba” subsidiary “LSC Shipmanagement” Ltd (LSCSM) will add three newly built oil and chemical tankers under technical management.    The first of the three ships was delivered on January 11 – the


APM Terminals Pipavav Project Profit

APM Terminals Pipavav (Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd) is part of an international network operated by APM Terminals BV

APM Terminals Pipavav (Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd) Oct-Dec 15 Net Profit at INR 533 million and Income from Operations at INR 1,521 million   January 28, 2016: APM Terminals Pipavav (Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd), operating one of western India’s gateway ports


Veson Nautical Adds 42 Clients

Veson Nautical, a  provider of commercial maritime software and services, has announced that despite challenging times in the shipping industry, the company has added 42 new clients from around the globe over the past 18 months.  


Delivery of 100th Wärtsilä 34DF Marine Engine

100th Wärtsilä 34DF engine for marine applications emphasises leadership in fuel flexibility Photo Wartsila

The 100th Wärtsilä 34DF dual-fuel marine engine will be delivered from the factory in early 2016. This delivery will represent part of an order for three new large escort tugs being built for Norwegian operator Østensjø Rederi


Singapore's Sops to Ailing Shipping

Logo: Maritime and Port Authority

 The Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) of Singaporehas announced an additional 10 per cent concession on port dues for container vessels calling in Singapore, with port stays of up to five days, to help the shipping industry tide over the current economic downturn.  


Mexican Navy Orders Three Patrol Vessels

Photo: Damen

The Mexican Navy (Secretaria de Marina - SEMAR) and Dutch shipbuilder Damen Shipyards Group have signed contracts for three, 42-meter patrol vessels in addition to navy’s existing fleet.   The new ships will be of the Damen Stan Patrol 4207 design


NASSCO Makes Three Lead Deliveries in 2015

Isla Bella (Photo: General Dynamics NASSCO)

San Diego based shipbuilder General Dynamics NASSCO delivered three lead ships in 2015: USNS Lewis B. Puller, the Isla Bella and the Lone Star State. Each vessel represents three new and separate ship classes and highlights the builder’s diverse portfolio of commercial and government


Wärtsilä Systems for Vietnamese Tankers

Wärtsilä X40-B two-stroke engine Photo Wartsila

  Three new 21,800 dwt chemical tankers, under construction at two different shipyards in Vietnam owned by Triyards Holdings Limited, will feature integrated Wärtsilä propulsion and power generation systems. These ships are being built for Swiss-Canadian Maritime Ltd and will be


APM Terminals Pipavav Acquire 3 Chinese Cranes

Cranes at APM Terminal Pipavav Courtesy APM

  APM Terminals Pipavav (Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd) one of Western India’s  gateway ports, announced the acquisition of three new cranes. The new cranes will be commissioned and 3 existing old cranes will be simultaneously decommissioned in a phased manner to ensure business


Four TEREX Mobile Cranes for Asia Pacific

Terex Gottwald Model Courtesy Terex

  Terex Port Solutions (TPS) continues to systematically strengthen its position in the Asia Pacific region with four new mobile harbour cranes. Two additional Terex Gottwald Model 6 mobile harbour cranes from the large crane family, ordered earlier this year


Salalah Announces New CMA CGM Service Calls

CMA CGM vessel at Port of Salalah Photo Port of Salalah

  The Port of Salalah, a major Arab Gulf region gateway port and transshipment hub on the Arabian Sea, has announced that French-based CMA CGM, the world’s third-largest container shipping line, will add two new weekly services to East Africa, and Europe


Pioneer Marine Plunges into Red Again, Cancels Ship Orders

Photo by Pioneer Marine Inc

 Singapore-based Pioneer Marine reported a $5.4m loss for the third quarter of 2015, about even with a $5m loss in the same quarter last year.  It canceled orders for three new ships as the bulk-ship operator coped with a steep decline in demand for commodities in China.  


Chesapeake Inks Deal: 3 Tugs for Vane Brothers

Chesapeake Shipbuilding Corp. signed another contract with Vane Brothers of Baltimore to build three more ocean going tugs. This new contract marks the 15, 16 and 17th tugboats built for Vane Brothers by Chesapeake Shipbuilding since 2008. Construction on the first new tug has already begun in one






 
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