June, 2004 Maritime News

Greece to join CSI

Jun 30, 2004

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said that the Hellenic Republic has signed declaration of principles to participate in the Container Security Initiative (CSI).

New marine diesel engines – proposal

Jun 30, 2004

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) seeking comment on control of emissions of air pollution

July 1: One More Day

Jun 30, 2004

SOLAS amendments and ISPS Code enter into force on 1 July 2004 Far-reaching international maritime security measures developed and adopted by IMO enter into force on 1 July 2004.

USCG MSO Wilmington Implements Operation Port Shield

Jun 30, 2004

On July 1, 2004, the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code and the U.S. Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA), a suite of international and U.

Anglo-Eastern Expands Antwerp Office

Jun 30, 2004

Anglo-Eastern have announced plans to expand their Antwerp office into a fully fledged ship management office, as of September 1st, 2004. Peter Cremers, CEO

ISPS Update

Jun 30, 2004

The latest ISPS Code implementation figures show a continuing improvement, particularly as far as port facilities are concerned, IMO Secretary-General Mr. Efthimios Mitropoulos said today,

Höegh Fleet Assessed $3.5M Waste Dumping Fine

Jun 30, 2004

Höegh Fleet Services A/S, a Norwegian operator of a fleet of ocean going cargo ships, was sentenced to pay a $3.5 million fine for seven felony charges relating

USNS Bridge Joins MSC Fleet

Jun 29, 2004

USS Bridge became the last of four U.S. Navy Supply-class fast combat support ships to leave commissioned service for an even more active role with the U.S. Navy’s

GAO: USCG Deepwater Acquisition Schedule Update Needed

Jun 29, 2004

The General Accounting Office has called for the US Coast Guard to update it Acquisition Schedule in keeping with the many changes that have been made to the $17

Stolt-Nielsen S.A. to Enter $150MCredit Facility

Jun 29, 2004

Stolt-Nielsen S.A. will enter into a new five-year $150 million credit facility to be fully underwritten by DnB NOR Bank ASA. The facility will be secured by a

International Paint Strikes MSC Deal

Jun 29, 2004

International Paint Inc., Houston, USA and the Military Sealift Command (MSC) have entered into a contract for up to a five year Fleet Paint Program for the supply of an estimated 3.

Improved Logistics Service from VT Halmatic

Jun 29, 2004

VT Halmatic announced a new Marine Products Spares Team to co-ordinate, support and process VT Halmatic spares orders. Based at Portchester Shipyard, the new

Transas to Install Navi-Trainers in China

Jun 29, 2004

The first project is for Zhoushan Navigational School/OOCL, which currently has a Navi-Trainer 3000 simulator purchased in 2001. Expansion of the school facilities includes a new building,

Corporate Investigation Service Launched

Jun 29, 2004

London-based law firm Lawrence Graham has launched LG Corporate Investigations - a multi-disciplinary team of experts who advise clients on the potential for corporate risk,

IACS Joint Bulker Project seeks Industry Input

Jun 29, 2004

Common rules for bulk carriers have taken another step forward as the IACS Joint Bulker Project team have made a series of presentations to shipowners, seeking industry input to the rules.

Gladding-Hearn Delivers Research Boat to WHOI

Jun 29, 2004

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution has taken delivery of Tioga, a new coastal research vessel from Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation. Designed by Roger Long Marine Architecture,

MAN B&W Debuts New Engine

Jun 28, 2004

Common rail diesel technology is reliable, clean, economic, durable – and in the MAN Group it is now available for the engine of a small truck up to a large marine diesel.

ISPS Code Update

Jun 28, 2004

The IMO issued an Update regarding implementation of the ISPS Code. The information available as of 25 June 2004 indicates that 41.3% of the ships from 39 reporting

MarAd Disposes of More Ships

Jun 28, 2004

Three ships will leave the James River Reserve Fleet this summer, thanks to domestic ship dismantling contracts announced today by U.S. Maritime Administrator Captain William G.

Exclusive Tug Franchise Decision Delayed

Jun 28, 2004

At the request of the Administrative Law Judge, the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) has extended the time for rendering a decision in the matter relating to


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