August, 2004 Maritime News

FMC Investigation

Aug 31, 2004

The Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) issued formal notice of its investigation into the docking and leasing agreement by and between the City of Portland, Maine

No Discharge Zone in Ohio waters of Lake Erie – proposal

Aug 31, 2004

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a Notice stating that it has received an application from the State of Ohio to have Ohio waters of

Wärtsilä Sells High Speed Engine Rights to Dresser

Aug 31, 2004

Wärtsilä has sold the product rights of the high-speed Wärtsilä 200 and 220 product family to Dresser Inc. Waukesha business unit in the USA. Wärtsilä will continue

Enclosed Space Death Toll Continues to Rise

Aug 31, 2004

Deaths caused by entering enclosed spaces on ships with unbreathable or toxic atmospheres continue to occur with 'relentless regularity', according to the North of England P&I club.

JRC Debuts New Radar Series

Aug 30, 2004

JRC introduced the JMA-5300 series radars; the first of a new line of high performance radars built around a new proprietary JRC ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) architecture.

France Telecom Signs BGAN Agreement with Inmarsat

Aug 30, 2004

On August 18, France Telecom Mobile Satellite Communications and Inmarsat signed the first distribution agreement for the new BGAN (Broadband Global Area Network) service.

Globe Wireless Reorganizes

Aug 30, 2004

Globe Wireless appointed Frank Christophersen as its new Vice President of European Sales. Christophersen joins Globe from Sperry Marine Systems. After seven

EMMF Enhances Services

Aug 30, 2004

ExxonMobil Marine Fuels (EMMF) is expanding and further enhancing its services in the Mediterranean region. An additional chartered barge at Suez, ex-pipe capability

Spurs Wins HAL Installations

Aug 30, 2004

Holland America Line installed Spurs Marine’s line and net cutter system on both CP propellers of its cruise ship Volendam. This follows a similar installation on the sister vessel Veendam in May,

Vestdavit Provides Missing Piece for BP

Aug 30, 2004

Vestdavit secured the contract for supplying all the davits to BP’s Project JIGSAW, which is a totally new concept for offshore rescue and recovery operations in the North Sea.

L-3 Henschel Wins Sub Contract

Aug 30, 2004

L-3 Communications SPD Technologies group said its Henschel business unit has been awarded a contract to provide the integrated communication system (ICS) for

Schat-Harding Expands into Asia

Aug 30, 2004

Schat-Harding has taken over the Chinese Beiyang Boatbuilding Co lifeboat manufacturing range and plant as part of a strategy to expand its market share in cargo ships built in Asian yards.

Currence, Jr. Named VP at Rigdon

Aug 30, 2004

Richard M. Currence was promoted to Vice President, Operations, at Rigdon Marine, LLC, responsible for the company’s vessel operations, vessel construction, conversions,

MOL (America) Inc. Welcomes New Manager

Aug 30, 2004

MOL (America) Inc. appointed of Akira Kunimatsu to the position of Senior Manager, International Sales, Midwest region. Mr. Kunimatsu, who is based in Elmhurst,

Duramax Marine Creates Largest Ever DuraCooler

Aug 30, 2004

Duramax Marine LLC creates a DuraCooler of seismic proportions with its largest keel cooling system to date. Created for Astromaritima’s supply vessel, the Astro Vermelho,

Telenor Purchases GMPCS Personal Communications

Aug 30, 2004

Telenor Satellite Services, a subsidiary of Telenor of Norway purchased GMPCS Personal communications, Inc., based in Pompano Beach, Florida. Founded in 1996,

Northrop Grumman Wins U.S. Navy Contract

Aug 30, 2004

Northrop Grumman Corporation won a contract by the Naval Sea Systems Command to supply navigation radar sets and associated systems engineering for 10 U.S. Navy submarines.

MAN B&W Hits New Milestone in Emission Control

Aug 30, 2004

MAN B&W Diesel A/S, Holeby, Denmark, has recently tested and supplied a package consisting of two 8L21/31 and two 6L21/31 GenSets. These GenSets will power an

Northrop Grumman U.S. Navy Destroyer Contract

Aug 30, 2004

Northrop Grumman Corporation's Sperry Marine business unit won contracts to supply the U.S. Navy with steering systems for three new USS Arleigh Burke DDG 51-class guided missile destroyers.

Northrop Grumman U.S. Navy Destroyer Contract

Aug 30, 2004

Northrop Grumman Corporation's Sperry Marine business unit won contracts to supply the U.S. Navy with steering systems for three new USS Arleigh Burke DDG 51-class guided missile destroyers.

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