Tuesday, April 16, 2002 Maritime News

Keppel Corporation Elects Two Top Names To Board

Apr 16, 2002

Keppel Corporation Limited (KCL) has appointed Tony Chew Leong-Chee and Dr. Lee Tsao Yuan to its Board. Both Chew and Dr. Lee are no strangers to the Keppel Group,

Nalfleet Marine Tests Kittiwake's Equipment

Apr 16, 2002

Nalfleet Marine Chemicals, the marine division of specialty water treatment company, Ondeo Nalco, has selected Kittiwake developments for its test kits and equipment.

Sperry Marine Opens Training Center In U.K.

Apr 16, 2002

Sperry Marine, a unit of Northrop Grumman Corporation, has established a new training center in New Malden to provide realistic, practical training for ships' navigation

Spinnaker: London faces Seafarer Shortage

Apr 16, 2002

Maritime recruitment specialist, Spinnaker Consulting, says maritime employers in London face a shortage of ex-seafarers willing to join them. High housing costs

Transpacific Vessel Capacity Resumes Growth

Apr 16, 2002

Total vessel capacity supply by ocean carriers on the transpacific trade has started increasing again, according to a report released this week by ComPair Data Inc.

Odyssey Appoints COO

Apr 16, 2002

Odyssey Marine Exploration, Inc., a leader in the field of worldwide deep ocean shipwreck exploration, announced the addition of George J. Becker Jr. as COO. Becker

Navibulgar Finalises Varna Shipyard

Apr 16, 2002

Navigation Maritime Bulgare (Navibulgar), the nationally owned Bulgarian shipping company, has confirmed its acquisition of Varna shipyard, which has been in administration since January.

AMS Navy Deal Modified

Apr 16, 2002

American Management Systems, Inc., Fairfax, Va., is receiving a $5,058,324 modification to a previously awarded cost-plus-fixed-fee, indefinite-delivery and indefinite-quantity

Augustine Joins Paragon Engineering

Apr 16, 2002

John Augustine has joined Paragon Engineering Services, Inc. of Houston as senior vice president to serve as one of the company's top executives, reporting to James R.

Norwegian Shipowner Implements SAFIR 4.0

Apr 16, 2002

Kristian Gerhard Jebsen Skipsrederi AS (KGJS), one of the largest shipping companies in Norway has completed the first implementation stage of SAFIR 4.0; a comprehensive

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