Friday, September 17, 2004 Maritime News

Vision Technologies Systems Subsidiaries Report Minor Damage

Sep 17, 2004

Vision Technologies Systems, Inc. reported only minor damage at its Southern operations -- VT Halter Marine, VT Miltope and ST Mobile Aerospace Engineering -- as a result of Hurricane Ivan.

IMO Starts Security Trainer Courses

Sep 17, 2004

The IMO issued a News Release stating that it is launching maritime security train-the-trainer courses in Egypt on September 20-25 and in Korea on October 25-30. HK Law

Port of Anchorage expansion – extension of comment period

Sep 17, 2004

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) issued a Notice extending through September 17 the comment period on the Port of Anchorage expansion, marine terminal redevelopment.

SHIPMATES Aims to Raise Ship Repair Efficiency

Sep 17, 2004

Shipyards used to repair and convert existing vessels are set to become more efficient and environmentally friendly with the help of a grant of E2,151,000 from the EU¡¦s Framework Program.

China: Capacity Soars, but is Quality, Finance Keeping Pace?

Sep 17, 2004

For those who have been in shipping for a decade or three, warnings of excess shipbuilding capacity will engender a sense of déja vu. First it was the Japanese,

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