Tuesday, March 19, 2002 Maritime News

Committee to Discuss Shipboard Display of AIS

Mar 19, 2002

The Marine Board of the Transportation Research Board of the National Research Council, at the request of the U.S. Coast Guard, has established a Committee for

Hong Kong Investigates Collision

Mar 19, 2002

The Hong Kong Marine Department issued a press release reporting that the Director of Marine has ordered an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the

OECD Working Group Discuss Port Security

Mar 19, 2002

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) announced its participation in the Ad-Hoc Working Group on Security for the Maritime Transportation Committee (MTC) at the Organization

Lloyd’s Register Recognizes Northern Lights

Mar 19, 2002

Northern Lights announced that it has received Lloyd’s Register of Shipping Type Approval. The design review and testing process required for Type Approval confirms

Containership Agency Founder and Chairman Dies at 68

Mar 19, 2002

Former chairman and founder of Containership Agency, Inc., Rolf D. Hartmann, died on Sunday, March 17, 2002, at his home in Manesota Key, Fla. He was 68 years old.

Commissioner Moran to Leave FMC

Mar 19, 2002

Federal Maritime Commission Chairman Harold J. Creel, Jr., announced today that Commissioner John A. Moran has submitted his resignation from the Federal Maritime Commission, effective April 15, 2002.

Chairman Announces Hearing on USCG Budget

Mar 19, 2002

U.S. Sen. Fritz Hollings, Chairman of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, announced an Oceans and Fisheries Subcommittee hearing on the Coast Guard budget on Tuesday,

CSX Appoints Dimmling as Senior VP

Mar 19, 2002

CSX World Terminals announced the promotion of Arno H. F. Dimmling to senior vice president and chief operating officer for CSX World Terminals, effective immediately.

MODEC Aides FGL

Mar 19, 2002

MODEC Inc., announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, MODEC (USA) Inc. in partnership with the current management team of Friede & Goldman, Ltd. (FGL) has signed

GlobalSantaFe's SCORE Declines

Mar 19, 2002

Houston-based international drilling contractor GlobalSantaFe reported that the company's worldwide SCORE, or Summary of Current Offshore Rig Economics, for February

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