Thursday, February 06, 2003 Maritime News

Northrop Grumman Begins Construction on DDG 100

Feb 06, 2003

Northrop Grumman Corporation's Ship Systems sector has begun construction of DDG 100, the 50th ship in the DDG 51-class of Aegis destroyers. "This is an occasion of tremendous significance,

Sea Containers Report 4Q Results

Feb 06, 2003

Sea Containers Ltd. marine container lessor, passenger and freight transport operator and leisure industry investor, said today that it has received a number of

Marinette Marine Workers Reject Labor Agreement

Feb 06, 2003

Approximately 700 employees Marinette Marine a subsidiary of the Manitowoc Company, Inc., have voted against the recommendation of the union's bargaining committee

Salazar Appointed as Chairman of the Board for Panama Canal Authority

Feb 06, 2003

President Mireya Moscoso of Panama made a final appointment for the post of Minister of State for Canal Affairs. Jerry Salazar, former director of the Panama Maritime Authority,

Australia Regulates Pollution Prevention from Ships

Feb 06, 2003

The Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) issued a Marine Notice

Washington State Collects Civil Penalty for Spill

Feb 06, 2003

The Washington State Department of Ecology has negotiated an agreement by which Unix Line Private Ltd. of Singapore will pay $34,000 for negligently releasing 50

Foreign Waterborne Transportation Statistics Released

Feb 06, 2003

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released the U.S. foreign waterborne transportation statistics for October 2002

ADM Collins Delivers Speech on Security

Feb 06, 2003

The U.S. Coast Guard has posted the speech given by ADM Thomas Collins, Commandant, USCG at the International Maritime and Port Security Conference

Rickmers-Linie Names JHL as New General Agent

Feb 06, 2003

The German project liner and heavy-lift specialist, Rickmers-Linie, has appointed Japan Heavy Lift Inc. (JHL), a Sankyu Group company, as its new general agent for Japan, effective March 1.

London Club to Post $3.2M Bail For Prestige Captain

Feb 06, 2003

The London P&I Club has agreed to provide the $3.2 million bail required for release of Captain Apostolos Mangouras, master of the Prestige, from the high-security

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