Tuesday, September 04, 2001 Maritime News

Hyundai, MAN B&W Are At Top of Engine Power

Sep 04, 2001

Rising Korean aspirations as to market influence and technological standing could alter the established order in an important segment of the engine business. While

Gdansk Shipyard Leads WIth Myriad of Conversions/Repairs

Sep 04, 2001

Gdansk Shiprepair Yard Remontowa has expanded its formidable reputation with the completion of two RoRo to cableship conversions. Located in Poland, the yard took

SCI Dedicates Houston Facility

Sep 04, 2001

Seaman’s Church Institute (SCI), recently opened a simulator training facility in Houston. SCI's third facility represents state-of-the-art technology as well as

Janet M. McAllister Debuts in N.Y. Harbor

Sep 04, 2001

Central to McAllister Towing and Transportation's future growth prospects is the acquisition of vessels like the new Janet M. McAllister, a highly sophisticated

Entering the Diesel Engine Age

Sep 04, 2001

"The Daniel McAllister has been a historical boat in this firm for the reason that I am going to tell you right now. She was built, to my recollection, around 1906.

McAllister Towing and Transportation: After 137 Years -- A Legacy Prevails

Sep 04, 2001

Discussing the marine business with Captain Brian McAllister is much like sitting in a "Maritime History 101" course, in that his accumulated knowledge, experience

Super Barge Touted For Strengths, Depths

Sep 04, 2001

Employed in the oil and gas industry for 60 years, simple and sturdy swamp and posted drilling barges have been a preferred method to drill in shallow water. This

Barge Management System Increases Efficiency

Sep 04, 2001

ALK Technologies, Inc. and Midland Enterprises have created a new Barge Management System (BMS) to help Midland increase efficiency and competitiveness. Using the

Spectria Builds Info Portal for Modern Maritime

Sep 04, 2001

Spectria, a leading technology consulting firm, has developed a prototype of a new, knowledge-management-based information portal called SmartShips, for Modern Maritime, Inc.

Standards for A New Era

Sep 04, 2001

One of the most respected names in the development of vessel designs suited to volume demand and series production, and still widely identified with the 'Liberty' ship replacement era,

A Shipboard Gantry Crane History

Sep 04, 2001

The first open hatch vessel (12,000 dwt) with gantry cranes was delivered to Oestberg's Rederi, in Norway, December 1962. This revolutionary vessel and crane design

Konecranes-Munckloader: More Muscle for A Distinctive Breed

Sep 04, 2001

Open-hatch bulk carrier technology, championed by specialist operators in the North American trade, is to be taken an important stage further through the adoption

Where There is No Safe Haven

Sep 04, 2001

There is a disturbing trend developing internationally that will surely be an agenda topping item for the International Maritime Organization in the coming year.

Former Thomas Miller Partner Passes Away

Sep 04, 2001

Frank Ledwith, a former Thomas Miller partner, who was a major international figure in P&I insurance, has died at the age of 94. Ledwith's 48-year career was spent

Benthos Granted Small Business Technology Transfer

Sep 04, 2001

Benthos has been awarded a Phase 1 Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) contract with the Office of Naval Research to develop underwater transport of video imagery from remote,

Duramax Marine Establishes New Facility

Sep 04, 2001

Duramax Marine has opened its new plant in Hiram, Ohio, located approximately 40 miles south east of Cleveland. Consisting of approximately 65,000 sq. ft. of factory and office space,

MarineSafety Provides Training For LNG Carriers

Sep 04, 2001

MarineSafety International (MSI) provided simulator-based training for ships' officers, pilots, tug masters, and docking masters maneuvering LNG carriers in the Savannah River.

Globalstar Reports Results for Second Quarter of 2001

Sep 04, 2001

Satellite communications company, Globalstar, has reported its results for the quarter ended June 30, 2001, which showed steady increases in both voice and data traffic,

Northrop Grumman To Develop Lithium-Ion Battery For Advanced Seal Delivery System

Sep 04, 2001

Northrop Grumman Corporation has been awarded a $4 million contract by the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) for the development and integration of lithium-ion battery technology for the U.

Columbia Coastal Promotes Bowen To Operations Manager

Sep 04, 2001

Columbia Coastal Transport, LLC has promoted Richard Bowen to operations manager at its Norfolk, Va. office, effective immediately. In his new position, Bowen will

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