Friday, September 28, 2001 Maritime News

West Coast Waterfront Coalition Asks for Balanced Security

Sep 28, 2001

In a letter sent to every member of the United States Senate, the West Coast Waterfront Coalition expressed its general support for the Port and Maritime Security Act (S.

Five Shipping Lines Agree to Form Alliance

Sep 28, 2001

Through its U.S. General Agent, Solar International Shipping, Yang Ming Line announced that five major Asian steamship lines have agreed to form one of the largest

Recognition for Lloyd Triestino

Sep 28, 2001

The Italian container shipping line Lloyd Triestino di Navigazione SpA has taken a major step forward in gearing itself for further expansion. Its management and

3-D Approach Aids Ship Production

Sep 28, 2001

Genoa Design International has completed the structural production work pack for an aluminum-built Canadian Coast Guard Buoy-tending vessel. Genoa Design's 3-D

California Builder Launches New Catamaran Design

Sep 28, 2001

Many of the catamarans being launched in North America are built to imported designs, but a California builder is taking a home grown approach. Working with a team

Northrop Gruman Extends Offer

Sep 28, 2001

Northrop Grumman Corporation announced that it has extended its pending exchange offer for all outstanding shares of common stock, including associated rights, of Newport News Shipbuilding Inc.

Shipping Industry Congratulates High Flyers

Sep 28, 2001

Representatives from all areas of the shipping industry gathered in London on September 27, to congratulate the highest scoring students in the 2001 Institute of

Bureau Veritas Operating Profits Up 51 Percent

Sep 28, 2001

Leading international classification society Bureau Veritas announced first half operating profits of $54.17 million, up 51 percent on the same period last year.

IEA Welcomes OPEC Display of Moderation

Sep 28, 2001

The Paris-based International Energy Agency has welcomed OPEC's decision not to make any further cuts in production. Despite a steep fall in oil prices since the terrorist attacks of September 11,

Murillo Launched At IZAR Seville

Sep 28, 2001

Ro-Ro and passenger ferry Murillo was successfully launched September 19 at IZAR Seville yard. This yard number 291 construction is expected to be delivered on

 

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