Wednesday, September 04, 2002 Maritime News

Fleet Privatizations Expected Soon For Lithuanian Companies

Sep 04, 2002

Following are financial details of a planned fleet privatization in Lithuania. JSC Klaipeda Transport Fleet (KTF) is one of the largest Lithuanian shipping companies,

Husky Energy Awards $250 M Contract For White Rose

Sep 04, 2002

Husky Energy Inc. has awarded a $250 million contract for the subsea production system for the White Rose oil field project, located 217 miles off the east coast of Newfoundland and Labrador.

TechnoFibre Moves into New Building

Sep 04, 2002

TechnoFibre of Singapore has moved into a new building on its existing location in Jurong, Singapore. Its new boat yard boasts a 10,000 sq. ft. covered workshop and a storage yard of 20,000 sq.

HSA Focuses on Homeland Security

Sep 04, 2002

The Homeland Security Industries Association (HSIA), kicked off its formation today by presenting seven position statements that recommend how government and industry

MODEC and SEA Systems Shake Hands

Sep 04, 2002

Shashank Karve, President and CEO of MODEC International LLC and Doug Kinloch, President of SEA Systems Ltd., a member of the AMI Group of Companies, announced

Coast Guard Rescues Distressed Boaters

Sep 04, 2002

Coast Guard crews from Texas and Florida rescued three people from their sinking fishing boat Tuesday 30 miles southwest of Marsh Island, La. Air Station Houston,

MacGREGOR Group Appoints New President and CEO

Sep 04, 2002

Hans Pettersson has been appointed president and CEO of the MacGREGOR group. He took up his position on August 27, 2002 and will be based in the company’s Stockholm headquarters.

Raymarine Announces New Team

Sep 04, 2002

Raymarine has announced a new global marketing communications team that will provide full worldwide PR coverage and PR support for Raymarine's international network of distributors.

Liberia First Major Flag State to Ratify Treaty

Sep 04, 2002

LISCR, First in Safety & Security, today applauded Liberia for taking the lead and ratifying MARPOL Annex VI, an international convention to prevent air pollution from ships.

Transas Installs First Engine Room Simulator

Sep 04, 2002

In August 2002, Transas successfully commissioned its Engine Room Simulator at the Colombo International Nautical and Engineering College in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Cummins Power for Graham Gulf

Sep 04, 2002

It takes about ten and a half months to complete a 155-ft. supply boat at C&G Boatworks in Bayou LaBatre. So the boat that Janson Graham of Graham Gulf, had started this past July,

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