Thursday, May 11, 2000 Maritime News

Harland & Wolff Rescued

May 11, 2000

$458 Million Contract Injects Critical Capital Into Ailing Shipbuilder Harland & Wolff's (H&W) existence was extended last week as it won a 300 million pound

Alaska DEC Addresses Possible Cruise Ship Pollution Measures

May 11, 2000

Regulators seeking to prevent cruise-ship pollution should measure air quality this summer in Juneau, conduct random tests of waste discharges into Alaska's waters

Zim, Coscon To Cooperate

May 11, 2000

Israeli shipping company Zim Navigation Co. will begin a service cooperation with Shanghai's Cosco Container Lines (Coscon) for shipments from the United States beginning in June.

P&O Acquires Rival Cruise Operator Festival

May 11, 2000

P&O's ongoing return to its maritime roots continued Thursday with the acquisition of European cruise firm Festival in a deal worth up to $400 million. Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Co.

Kockums Now Tribon Solutions

May 11, 2000

Kockums Computer Systems is changing its name to Tribon Solutions and plans to launch a new international business concept this summer. Under its new name, the

FirstWave And A&P Form Alliance

May 11, 2000

FirstWave and A&P Group have laid the foundation for the first global network dedicated to marine repair. This alliance will initially capitalize on the multi-site

Geiger Named FGH President

May 11, 2000

Friede Goldman Halter elected Paul Geiger, Jr. as president of Friede & Goldman, Ltd., the company's naval architecture division, which is renowned for its designs

AMCV Elects Davison As VP - Finance

May 11, 2000

American Classic Voyages (AMCV), has appointed Nicholas J. Davison vice president, finance. Davison, who previously served as financial and operations officer with Cunard Line for more than 14 years,

Nalen Awarded Crowley Trophy

May 11, 2000

Charlie Nalen, vice president, Environmental Affairs Safety & Quality for Crowley Maritime Corp. was honored for his service with the 1999 Thomas Crowley Trophy, which is the company's highest honor.

NNS First Quarter EPS UP

May 11, 2000

Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS) reported net earnings of $21 million, or $.63 diluted share, for the first quarter of 2000. Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) for the quarter were $47 million,

Crowley Now Operating Tanker Prudhoe Bay

May 11, 2000

Crowley Petroleum Transport, Inc., a Long Beach, Calif.-based subsidiary of Crowley Maritime Corporation, is now operating the tanker Prudhoe Bay chartered to ARCO Products, Inc.

Wärtsilä Announces Management Changes

May 11, 2000

Professor Matti Kleimola, 54, Lic.Tech. has been appointed Group Vice President, Technology and a member of Wärtsilä NSD´s Board of Management effective July 15.

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