Monday, November 25, 2002 Maritime News

Canada Maritime Newbuildings Make Progress

Nov 25, 2002

With the recent keel laying of the first ship and the cutting of steel for the second taking place today, Canada Maritime's latest newbuilding program is making progress.

SCA Says Prestige Sinking Shows Danger

Nov 25, 2002

The Shipbuilding Council of America (SCA) says the sinking of the 26-year old tanker Prestige illustrates the danger of continued operation of single-hulled tank vessels.

Brandemarte Receives Wyman Memorial Award

Nov 25, 2002

Albert V. Brandemarte has received the L. L. Wyman Memorial Award for 2002 from American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International. The award is given

US Anti-Terrorism Posture Solidifies

Nov 25, 2002

By Charley Havnen The elections held on November 6th have helped to focus on some significant issues that have been mired within the halls of Congress for the past year.

Tanker Case Comes Clean

Nov 25, 2002

David Martin Clark has drawn attention to a recent arbitration award from the Society of Maritime Arbitrators in New York in the case of Giant Shipping Ltd v Tauber Oil Company.

VSE Awarded U.S. Navy Contract

Nov 25, 2002

VSE Corporation’s Fleet Maintenance Division has been awarded a cost plus fixed fee, indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contract by the Fleet Industrial Supply

Hans Jensen Lubricators Goes with Golten

Nov 25, 2002

Danish cylinder lubrication specialist, Hans Jensen Lubricators A/S has awarded Goltens an “Authorized Service Provider” agreement for its line of cylinder lubricating equipment,

SMIT Salvage Awarded Contract for Gaz Poem

Nov 25, 2002

SMIT Salvage has been awarded a LOF 2000 Scopic contract to provide emergency assistance to the Gaz Poem. The tanker was partly loaded with 20,000 metric tonnes

West Coast Port Dispute Reach Tenative Deal

Nov 25, 2002

West Coast Port Dispute Reach Tenative Deal The longshoremen and West Coast shippers have reached a tentative pact that addresses issues relating to pension benefits and arbitration procedures,

Port of Aden Takes Delivery of New Tug

Nov 25, 2002

The Yemen Port Authority fleet at Aden have taken delivery of bollard pull Tug “Wadi Hassan” built by Damen Shipyard in The Netherlands. Each of the Azimuth Stern

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