Wednesday, November 12, 2003 Maritime News

MEP Signs Agreement with Marmex

Nov 12, 2003

Marine Environmental Partners, Inc. (MEP), a West Palm Beach-based developer of ballast and waste water sanitation systems has signed a cooperative agreement

Senesco Marine Named RI Manufacturer of the Year

Nov 12, 2003

On November 1 the Rhode Island Manufacturers Association honored Senesco Marine for the company’s commitment to excellence in manufacturing by naming the

Christening of Rickmers Shanghai Celebrated in Shanghai

Nov 12, 2003

Rickmers-Linie celebrated the fifth christening in its series of nine new Superflex Heavy Multi-Purpose Container (MPC) vessels on November 8 in Shanghai. Madame Zhang Xiang Lan,

Fincantieri Delivers Gas Carrier to Carbofin

Nov 12, 2003

The gas carrier Marola was delivered on November 9 at the Fincantieri Ancona yard to the commissioning shipping company Carbofin a Telesio group company. Present

People & Company: New Outboard Water Jet Engine

Nov 12, 2003

The JetPac by Outboard Propulsion Systems, LLC, has been successfully introduced after five years of research and marine testing. The new, patented, outboard

Training & Education: NOAA Computerized Training to Unify, Save Money

Nov 12, 2003

When it comes to rolling out training to vessel crew and scientists, The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) faces challenges similar to most

Crew Boats: GulfCraft Trifecta for Trico

Nov 12, 2003

Computerized controls automate many vessel operations By Larry Pearson It was inevitable. For several years now crew/supply boats have been following,

Marine Software: What’s New?

Nov 12, 2003

By Larry Pearson There are a number of computer programs and hardware that promises to make marine vessels more productive and interactive. For example, Maxsea, Marstons Mill, Mass.

Marine Software: Computer Software Keeping Barges on Track

Nov 12, 2003

by Larry Pearson "It's all about information and how you use that information, "said Michael Thibodaux, founder and CEO of Information Technology Systems, LLC (ITS) of Luling, La.

News: Mighty Tidy Clears the Way

Nov 12, 2003

The Port of Houston Authority, along with the Buffalo Bayou Partnership, the Harris County Supplemental Environmental Program and the Harris County Flood Control District,

History: Amerian Origins: Lewis & Clark's Expedition and its Effects on Modern Navigation

Nov 12, 2003

By Debra Colbert, Waterways Work! In our fast-paced, contemporary world, it is sometimes hard to recall the historical origins of modern-day advances we take for granted.

News: Slow Speed Savings

Nov 12, 2003

By John Hatley PE Workboat operators face a tough time holding onto decent margins while caught in a squeeze between escalating operating costs and slumping day charter rates.

News: Austal HSV Registered, Flagged as U.S. Ship

Nov 12, 2003

Having already completed two years of service supporting the operations of the U.S. Marine Corps' Third Marine Expeditionary Force (III MEF) in the Western Pacific theatre,

News: Silver Ships Debuts New Fire Boat

Nov 12, 2003

Silver Ships Inc. introduced the AM622 Fast Response Fire Boat; a multi-purpose compact fire-rescue boat based on its SOLAS RHIB Rescue Craft hulls. The AM622

News: A New Boat for Newfoundland

Nov 12, 2003

Edmund Porter, of Port de Grave, Newfoundland, started fishing with his father some 35 years ago as a teenager. A few years later, having moved out on his own, he was joined by his wife Marian.

News: Signet Martime Inks Garrett Contract

Nov 12, 2003

Signet Maritime Corp. and Garrett Marine, Inc. executed agreements August 29, 2003, for charter and purchase of Garrett's Aransas tug business, finalizing plans

News: Cascade Completes NOAA Refurb Job

Nov 12, 2003

In the past year, Cascade General Inc. of Portland, Ore., has completed refurbishing one research ship for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and begun work on a second ship.

News: Bay Shipbuilding Picks ATB Design

Nov 12, 2003

Ocean Tug & Barge Engineering Corp.'s new Atlantic III ATB ocean tugboat design was selected by Bay Shipbuilding Corp., a unit of Manitowoc Corp., for construction

News: Corps of Engineers Reorganize, Streamline

Nov 12, 2003

The US Army Corps of Engineers is moving ahead with its new organization plan, USACE 2012. The plan will reorganize the internal workings of the headquarters

EC Authorizes Temporary Measures for Spanish Shipbuilding

Nov 12, 2003

The European Commission issued a Press Release stating that it has authorized Spain to grant aid to its shipbuilding industry in order to offset the effects of unfair competition from Korea.

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