Wednesday, November 07, 2001 Maritime News

Delta Towing, Signet Maritime Alliance Ink Contract for Port Isabel Support

Nov 07, 2001

Delta Towing LLC and Signet Maritime Corporation began work on a period contract to the Texas Department of Transportation with four tugboats and three barges,

Royal Olympic Cruises Announces Delivery of the Olympia Explorer

Nov 07, 2001

Royal Olympic Cruise Lines Inc. announced today that the, Olympia Explorer, sister ship to Royal Olympic’s Olympia Voyager is expected to reach the port of Piraeus early 2002,

Marine Press of Canada Focuses on Europe

Nov 07, 2001

Having released version 4.0 of its Digitrace software, Marine Press of Canada is focusing on Europe with the creation of a new position as sales manager for the European market.

ASRY Awarded ISO 9001-2000 Certificate

Nov 07, 2001

Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard, ASRY, in Bahrain has become the first shipyard in the world to be awarded ISO 9001-2000 Certificate. This certificate was awarded

Security is Synonymous With Safety

Nov 07, 2001

Since the worst-case scenario became a reality with September's terrorist attacks in the U.S., organizations of all kinds have been forced to re-evaluate how security applies to their operations.

Tug Automation Control System Helps Eliminate False Alarms

Nov 07, 2001

When operators of properly equipped tugboats receive a system alarm, they know there is a real problem. They also know that they're not going to get any help from

Tug Automation Control System Helps Eliminate False Alarms

Nov 07, 2001

When operators of properly equipped tugboats receive a system alarm, they know there is a real problem. They also know that they're not going to get any help from

Marco Shipyard: Rolling With The Changes

Nov 07, 2001

Over their lifetime, fishing vessels are arguably the most robustly constructed maritime structures around, due to their continuous operation in the most arduous of conditions.

Cost Estimating: A Crucial Tool for Planning

Nov 07, 2001

Remember when you had your first job and you saw something that you really needed to have, let's say it was a car. You asked your parents' opinion about you purchasing

Where is the All Electric Navy?

Nov 07, 2001

"There is a powerful agent, responsive, quick, and easy to use, pliable enough to meet all our needs on board. It does everything. It supplies light and heat for

Ship Repair Forum Changes to Reflect Current Events

Nov 07, 2001

Changes in the international political and economic climate will add new urgency to the theme of the Shiprepair & Conversion 2001 conference in London in November

Mobile Yard Stays Busy With Offshore Work

Nov 07, 2001

Even before the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C., the offshore market in the Gulf of Mexico had shown signs of weakening. However

A City Within A Shipyard

Nov 07, 2001

For more than 100 years Newport News Shipbuilding has held the distinction as one of the largest shipyards in the Western Hemisphere. The 550-acre facility, which

NORSHIPCO Weathers the Economic Storm

Nov 07, 2001

A down economy, a disabled drydock and a nation under heightened security measures — not exactly the best position for a ship repair facility to be in — or so one would think.

CIT Takes Issue With Customs' Duty Calculation in Dry-Docking Case

Nov 07, 2001

The vessel repair statute (Section 466 of the Tariff Act of 1930, 19 U.S.C. § 1466) requires the payment of a 50 percent ad valorem duty on the cost of foreign equipment purchased for,

IZAR Races Ahead With New Transmed Ferry

Nov 07, 2001

Testament to the Spanish state-owned group's determination to raise performance throughout the organization, IZAR is on track to deliver a high-grade RoRo passenger

Towards the Intelligent Engine

Nov 07, 2001

Providing a beacon for the industry by embracing the world's first, fully electronically-controlled two-stroke marine engine, Norwegian chemical tanker specialist

Editor's Note

Nov 07, 2001

Ramifications and future fall-out on the world, nation and marine business from the terrorist attacks of September 11 will surely be a long, evolving process. It

Young Brothers Promote Gregory Patch

Nov 07, 2001

Young Brothers, Ltd., and Hawaiian Tug & Barge (YB/HTB) have promoted Gregory R. Patch from Barge Maintenance Superintendent to Marine Maintenance Manager. In his new position,

Palmer Johnson To Acquire Two Companies

Nov 07, 2001

Palmer Johnson, Inc. announced this week the signing of a letter of intent to acquire two companies: Richman Marine, Inc., a worldwide yacht chandlery company, and Global Yacht Fuel Inc.

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