Friday, April 19, 2002 Maritime News

U.S. Navy Awards Northrop Grumman $1.3B LHD Contract

Apr 19, 2002

The U.S. Navy today awarded a $1.37 billion construction contract to Northrop Grumman Corporation to construct the eighth ship of the USS Wasp (LHD 1) class of multipurpose amphibious assault ships.

Carnival To Cough Up $18M For Pollution Charges

Apr 19, 2002

Adding to the ongoing saga of environmental faults in within the cruise industry, as first displayed by Royal Caribbean in the 1990's, Carnival Corp. fell victim today to this continual problem,

MAN B&W Order Tracking Goes Electronic

Apr 19, 2002

MAN B&W Diesel Service in Denmark has revamped its level of customer service with a free tracking system Extranet service enabling customers who are buying original MAN B&W Diesel spare parts,

Uniworld to Bid for Delta Queen Steamboat

Apr 19, 2002

Uniworld intends to bid for the assets of New Orleans-based Delta Queen Steamboat Company. The assets include the Delta Queen Steamboat trademarks and logos plus the Mississippi Queen and Delta Queen,

Lighthouse Fast Ferry Reports Record Results

Apr 19, 2002

Lighthouse Fast Ferry, Inc. reported record sales results for the fourth quarter and twelve months ended December 31, 2001. For the year-ended December 31, 2001,

USS Cole Returns to Fleet

Apr 19, 2002

The Aegis guided missile destroyer USS Cole is ready to return to the U.S. Navy Fleet following a 14-month restoration project at Northrop Grumman Corporation's Ship Systems.

ACL Outlines Restructure Plan

Apr 19, 2002

American Commercial Lines LLC (ACL) announced that on April 15, 2002 it commenced an offer to the holders of its outstanding senior notes to exchange new 11-1/4% cash pay senior notes due January 1,

Panama Canal Security, Fees Set to Rise

Apr 19, 2002

In step with the rest of the maritime world, the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) is making major investments to improve security and reduce the risk and vulnerability of its facilities.

Security Tops IMO Agenda

Apr 19, 2002

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) will continue its work to review and overhaul the international regulatory framework relating to maritime security

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