Thursday, September 19, 2002 Maritime News

Grand Bahamas Shipyard Goes for ISO Certification

Sep 19, 2002

Grand Bahamas Shipyard has announced this week a two pronged program to attain certification to International Standards. The company has embarked upon the process

Conditions Onboard Grounded RoRo Not So ‘Jolly’ for SMIT

Sep 19, 2002

Following yesterday afternoon’s helicopter evacuation of salvage personnel from the grounded Jolly Rubino, the team was flown out to the casualty again this morning

Fishing Vessel Found in Closed Florida Fishing Zone

Sep 19, 2002

The Coast Guard Cutter Key Largo boarded a fishing boat Monday night, after observing it allegedly fishing inside the Tortugas Shrimp Sanctuary, a zone closed to shrimp trawling.

U.K. Detains 15 Foreign Ships in August

Sep 19, 2002

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) detained 15 foreign ships in U.K. ports during August 2002 after failing port state control safety inspections. The latest

USDOT Implements Executive Order Safeguarding Environment

Sep 19, 2002

U.S. Transportation Secretary Norman Y. Mineta announced steps the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) is taking to implement President Bush’s executive

SUNY Maritime Selects Transas

Sep 19, 2002

In July of 2002, the State University of New York (SUNY) Maritime College awarded the Buffalo Computer Graphics / Transas Marine USA team the contract for replacement

New Cargo Ship for Lake Tanganyika Launched In Burundi

Sep 19, 2002

At 12,700 square miles (32,890 sq km) in area, Lake Tanganyika is the second largest in Africa. It is larger than North America’s Lake Eire (9,910 sq. mi.) and over half the size of Lake Michigan (22,

Port of Tacoma Deepens Sitcum Waterway

Sep 19, 2002

Keeping an eye to its future, the Port of Tacoma has started a new waterway-deepening project that will assure that the Pacific Northwest's largest container port

MSC Expands and Upgrades Far East Service

Sep 19, 2002

Mediterranean Shipping Company will launch this week a new and separate Far East/Medterraneanservice, the Dragon Service, utilizing 8 vessels of approximately 2200

PCCI Participates in Camp

Sep 19, 2002

For the second year in a row, PCCI, Inc. partnered with the Alexandria Seaport Foundation for their Summer Environmental Camp. PCCI volunteers provided a weekly

Tribon and Atlantec Sign Agreement

Sep 19, 2002

Tribon Solutions and Atlantec Enterprise Solutions have signed a Tribon Software Systems Developer Co-operation Agreement. Atlantec Enterprise Solutions will

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