Friday, May 14, 2004 Maritime News

ASA Touts Shipbuilding Victory

May 14, 2004

In a victory for the defense shipbuilding industry, Congresswoman Jo Ann Davis (R-VA)garnered overwhelming bipartisan support for an amendment to the Department

Boiler Explosion Resulting from Complacency

May 14, 2004

The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) issued a Report concerning a boiler explosion on the bulk carrier MEDI MONACO in the port of Geelong, Victoria on May 17,

LHWCA Awards for Multiple Disabilities

May 14, 2004

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued a decision on how awards under the Longshoremen and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA) should be calculated

Container Security Bill Introduced

May 14, 2004

Representative Sanchez (D-CA) introduced a bill (H.R. 4355) to strengthen port security by establishing an improved container security regime, to expand on the

Bulk Market Pauses

May 14, 2004

Dry bulk rates may have eased back significantly in recent weeks but there is still plenty of positive sentiment on the future market. Many shipbrokers are describing

Screening for Invasive Species

May 14, 2004

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a Notice stating that it is planning to develop and apply DNA-based methods for identifying organisms in

Lintec confirms Fujairah Bunker Problems

May 14, 2004

Major fuel oil testing company Lintec says a number of recent fuel samples from bunker stems taken in Fujairah have tested positive for contamination by chlorinated cleaning solvents.

V.Investments to Buy Shares in MC Shipping

May 14, 2004

V.Investments Ltd, part of the V.Ships Group, and it’s investment partner, Navalmar, announces that it has acquired the Vlasov Group’s shareholding in the American

Uljanik Delivers for Grimaldi-Napoli

May 14, 2004

On May 15 Uljanik Shipyards in Pula will deliver Grande Lagos, built on behalf of Grimaldi-Napoli. The ship will be launched by Mrs. Aldi C. Sekibo, the consort

Tricolor Wreck Removal Resumes

May 14, 2004

The wreck removal of the ‘Tricolor’, the vehicle carrier that was lost in December 2002 20 miles off the French coast in the English Channel, will resume May 15.

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