Monday, April 22, 2002 Maritime News

Smedvig Announces 1Q Results

Apr 22, 2002

Smedvig reported consolidated operating profit of NOK 161 million for the first quarter as compared to NOK 226 million in the previous quarter. The decrease is

MISC, Bakri Enter Shipping Venture

Apr 22, 2002

Malaysia International Shipping Corp. (MISC) reportedly signed a deal to establish a joint venture with Saudi Arabia's Bakri Navigation Company (BNC). The deal,

Iridium Introduces Crew Calling

Apr 22, 2002

Iridium Satellite LLC announced the availability of crew calling services for the maritime industry. Iridium's crew calling solution simultaneously supports

Wynn to Supply Offshore Patrol Vessels

Apr 22, 2002

Wynn marine has won the contract to supply the window wiper systems for three offshore patrol vessels (FOPV) currently under construction at Vosper Thornycroft, UK.

KBR Completes DeepStar Ultra Deepwater Study

Apr 22, 2002

KBR recently completed a conceptual engineering study of a Spar/Deep Draft Caisson Vessel (DDCV) in 10,000 ft. water depth in the Gulf of Mexico. The six-month

South Korean VDR Receives DNV Approval

Apr 22, 2002

Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) and Echelon jointly announced the certification of SHI's LonWorks Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) by Det Norse Veritas (DNV). DNV approval

Volvo Penta Sales Soar During 2Q 2002

Apr 22, 2002

Volvo Penta's sales continued to increase during the first quarter of 2002. Total sales amounted to slightly under one million dollars, which was an increase of

VMS To Christen Halter-Built ATB

Apr 22, 2002

Crowley Maritime's Vessel Management Services, Inc., will christen the first of four Articulated Tug-Barge (ATB) tank vessels this year in New Orleans on Thursday, April 25.

Xantic Integrates Further Into E-procurement

Apr 22, 2002

Xantic has signed major cooperation agreements with ShipServ and iShipExchange for integration of their E-procurement portals into Xantic's AMOS Maintenance & Purchase solution.

Geest Launches New Service

Apr 22, 2002

By the end of this week Geest North Sea Line launches a new container service linking Grangemouth in Scotland with Rotterdam. The service runs twice a week, once direct and once via Teesport.

Teekay Foam's Overboard Discharge Sea Pipe Repaired

Apr 22, 2002

When Teekay Foam established a water leak within the internal pipe of the scrubber overboard system, UMC was called in to provide an efficient solutions. The leak

T-AKE Team is Candidate for Packard Award

Apr 22, 2002

Nominees for the 2001 David Packard Excellence in Acquisition Award include NAVSEA's Lewis and Clark Class (T-AKE) Project Team. The team was one of five Navy candidates

Westpac Express to Participate in Cobra Gold 2002

Apr 22, 2002

Officials in Bangkok and Washington, D. C. have announced the armed forces of Thailand, Singapore and the United States will conduct the 21st Exercise Cobra in Thailand from May 14-28.

Knight & Carver Re-Launches Classic 1914 Boat

Apr 22, 2002

San Diego's Knight & Carver YachtCenter recently hosted the re-launch party for Pilot, a vintage 1914 Pilot-boat. More than 200 members of the San Diego Maritime Museum,

P&OSL Dover Returns to A&P Falmouth

Apr 22, 2002

The P&O Stena Line passenger/car ferry P&OSL Dover has dry docked in A&P Falmouth after arriving on 15th April 2002. This will be the final vessel from the P&O

 

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