Thursday, June 15, 2000 Maritime News

Marine Innovations

Jun 15, 2000

DNV: Steel Thickness Measurement In extending its adherence to delivering cost-efficient and safety driven technologies, DNV has introduced a new means of

Shipbuilders Discuss Gameplan

Jun 15, 2000

Shipbuilding leaders convened in Washington, D.C. recently to discuss the means and methods to propel the U.S. shipbuilding market at the dawn of the new millennium.

Crewboats More Size, Weight And Power

Jun 15, 2000

In recent years the demand for large crew boats has continued to grow in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and has increased in some foreign markets, such as West Africa and Mexico.

The New Age Of Containerization

Jun 15, 2000

While the 1970s could be called the decade of the tanker, and the 1980s that of the bulk carrier, without a doubt the 1990s will be most widely recognized in maritime

Setting a Course For Stability?

Jun 15, 2000

To characterize the business of carrying oil aboard tankers of any size or route as stable — would be foolhardy at best. But as curious as the market's undulations may appear to those on the outside,

Dot Com, Maritime Style

Jun 15, 2000

Much as has transpired in mainstream consumer markets, the dot com craze has recently enveloped the maritime world with promises of cost savings and operational efficiencies.

Tradiant Melding The Best Of Tech And Transport

Jun 15, 2000

The creation of broad stroke, groundbreaking business deals are traditionally portrayed as being hatched on the golf course, at an exclusive social function or

Transforming a Transportation Company into A Successful E-Business

Jun 15, 2000

The maritime industry is at an historic crossroad — and the direction that companies take can determine whether their future is filled with success or failure.

From Madison Avenue To The Heat Of Miami

Jun 15, 2000

Since beginning his cruise industry career as Royal Caribbean's first ever marketing director — Roderick K. (Rod) McLeod has been an instrumental force in the cruise industry.

Cenal Launches Hull

Jun 15, 2000

In May, Cenal Shipyard, Gdansk, Poland completed its third launching of the new millennium. Constructed to DSI rules and regulations, the launched hull measures 73 x 20 x 9 ft.

Bollinger Delivers Two Barges

Jun 15, 2000

Bollinger Marine Fabricators was able to formulate the plans for two 356 x 54 x 13 ft. (108.5 x 16.4 x 3.9 m) double skin asphalt barges for American General Transportation, Mobile, Ala.

Flender Werft Delivers Second Of RoRo Series

Jun 15, 2000

Flender Werft delivered the second of a three-part RoRo series to owners Wagenborg Scheepvart on April 28. Named Schieborg, the 602 ft. (183.4 m) vessel will be

Midland Enterprises Expands With The Times

Jun 15, 2000

Since planting its roots in 1925 as a small coal delivery business known as the Ohio River Company (ORCO), Midland Enterprises has evolved from one chartered boat

Spain Chosen As Partner Country Of SMM 2000

Jun 15, 2000

The Instituto Español de Comercio Exterior, ICEX, (Spanish Export Institute) will bring together more than 50 companies in the Shipbuilding, Machinery & Marine

A Practical Discussion Regarding Compliance

Jun 15, 2000

Maritime businesses are increasingly becoming the subject and target of federal criminal investigations. This is due, in part, to the increased emphasis on the

A Quality Blend

Jun 15, 2000

A recent clutch of 'Rolls-Royce' shipboard equipment and technology contracts in Norway arising out of specialized, capital-intensive newbuild projects testified to the U.

Astano's 'Discovery' Series Uncovers Unlimited Potential

Jun 15, 2000

The last in a series of innovative, next-generation technology drillships left the building ways of Astilleros Españoles' Astano yard recently, heading for a neighboring

Editor's Note

Jun 15, 2000

This edition of our annual World Yearbook mirrors the changes sweeping the maritime markets within which you operate. While there are traditional departments and

Crowley Promotes Teng To Expanded Role

Jun 15, 2000

Crowley Maritime Corp. promoted Sandy Teng to director, product development within the company's Information Technology (IT) group. Teng, who works out of the Seattle office,

Trondheim Recognizes Autoship Systems

Jun 15, 2000

Trondheim Marine Institute has adopted loading instrument software developed jointly by Autoship Systems and Coastdesign, Norway. The Institute plans to use the


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