Tuesday, March 26, 2002 Maritime News

Dassault Systemes and IBM Partner With IHI

Mar 26, 2002

Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co. Ltd (IHI) has signed an agreement with Dassault Systemes and IBM Product Lifecycle Management around 3D PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) for shipbuilding.

Tank Barge Industry Leads the Way in Double Hull Conversions

Mar 26, 2002

The American Waterways Operators AWO says that the tank barge industry is leading the way as American companies make the multi-billion dollar investment required

OSHA Withdraws Proposed Maritime Rules

Mar 26, 2002

OSHA withdrew four proposed safety standards for shipyard employment safety standards, including scaffolds, welding, cutting and heating, access and egress and fall protection.

V.Ships Company to Develop Offshore Industry Markets

Mar 26, 2002

The V.Ships Group has formed a new company to further develop its involvement in the offshore industry worldwide. V.Ships Offshore has recently established an office in Aberdeen,

Gulf Harbor Shipping Opens New Office

Mar 26, 2002

Gulf Harbor Shipping, L.L.C., a full service tramp, tanker and project cargo shipping agency has opened a new office located in the World Trade Center, suite 2101, No.

Captain Victor Goldberg Joins Marine Transport

Mar 26, 2002

Captain Victor Y. Goldberg will join Crowley Maritime Corporation’s subsidiary Marine Transport Corporation in Weehawken, N.J., as vice president, ship management effective April 2.

A&P Tyne & Stirling Shipmanagement Renew Agreement

Mar 26, 2002

A&P Tyne has announced its new ship repair agreement with offshore supply vessel specialist Stirling Shipmanagement, Glasgow, part of the Seacor Group. The agreement

Hellespont Names First of Four Double-Hull Ulccs

Mar 26, 2002

Piraeus-based Hellespont Shipping Corporation will name the first of its series of four unique double-hull ulccs at a ceremony in Dubai on April 3, 2002. The 442,

OT Africa Line expands Reefer Service

Mar 26, 2002

In response to the rising demand for specialist containers on the steadily maturing West Africa trade, OT Africa Line (OTAL) has introduced a range of 40 ft.

Lack of Shuttle Tankers: Problem for GOM?

Mar 26, 2002

Shuttle tankers meeting rigorous federal safety and environmental standards will be ready to begin transporting crude oil to U.S. ports whenever the first Floating Production,

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