Wednesday, December 14, 2005 Maritime News

PacFish Acquires Equipment from MARCO Auction

Dec 14, 2005

PacFish Shipyard acquired shipyard marine equipment at the MARCO Shipyard auction on the Lake Washington Ship Canal, including a Wheelabrator sandblast cabinet with 6-ft.

Top Tankers Receives M/T Edgeless

Dec 14, 2005

TOP Tankers Inc has taken delivery of the M/T Edgeless, a 147,048 DWT double-hull Suezmax tanker, built in 1994 by Harland & Wolff Heavy Industries Ltd, of the United Kingdom.

CB&I Wins Contract for China LNG Terminal

Dec 14, 2005

CB&I won a turnkey contract valued at approximately $140 million for the design and construction of the terminal system works at a new liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal in Fujian Province,

BG Global LNG Appoints New VP

Dec 14, 2005

BG Global LNG appointed David Maxwell to the leadership team of the Global LNG business, according to a Chron.com report. As vice president and general manager,

Homeland Integrated Security Systems Presents Cyber Tracker

Dec 14, 2005

Homeland Integrated Security Systems' Cyber Tracker is a portable detection device designed to provide real-time GPS tracking of vehicles, people or other mobile or movable objects.

Canada Port Gets First Radiation Detector

Dec 14, 2005

Federal officials have installed Canada's first radiation detector at the port of Saint John in New Brunswick in a bid to protect the country against nuclear terrorism, the Canadian Press reports.

Port of New Hampshire Enhances Security

Dec 14, 2005

Security at the Port of New Hampshire is expected to be enhanced by the acquisition of a boat, which would be used to fight maritime fires and help in other water-based emergencies,

Vinashin Begins Construction of Container Production Plant

Dec 14, 2005

The Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (Vinashin) recently began construction of a container production plant in Lai Vu commune, Kim Thanh district, located

Four New Ships for Carnival Corporation

Dec 14, 2005

Carnival Corporation reached an agreement with Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri for the construction of four new cruise ships worth more than $2 billion, along with options for two additional vessels.

General Dynamics Acquires Anteon

Dec 14, 2005

Anteon International Corporation, an information technology, systems integration and engineering services company, has entered into a definitive agreement for

Navy MCM Divers Conduct Training with French Navy

Dec 14, 2005

A diver assigned to the Navy’s Special Clearance Team One (NSCT-1), returns to his boat for extraction during a joint training with the French Navy. The training

Schat-Harding to Supply for Chantiers Cruise Ship Order

Dec 14, 2005

Schat-Harding has been chosen to supply the lifeboats, tenders and davits for reportedly, the largest ever cruise ship order to be placed at France's Chantiers de l'Atlantique yard.

Ship Distressed in Sea of Japan

Dec 14, 2005

Reports indicate that Motor ship Diana that sent distress signals from the Sea of Japan has about 4,000 tons of cargo aboard. The ship, which

Belgian Registered Fishing Vessel Sinks

Dec 14, 2005

Dover Coastguard maritime rescue coordination center called off the search for the last remaining crew member of the Belgian registered fishing vessel Noordster Z122.

Raytheon IDS Opens Athena Fusion Center

Dec 14, 2005

Demonstrating an affordable and proven capability to strengthen America's port security, Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) officials and Rhode Island

OSI Completes Acquisition of CHI Systems Inc.,

Dec 14, 2005

Offshore Systems International Ltd. announced that it has completed the acquisition of CHI Systems Inc. Founded in 1985, CHI is a privately-owned research, development,

Carnival Announces Four Ship Deal with Fincantieri

Dec 14, 2005

Carnival Corporation & plc announced it has reached an agreement with Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri for the construction of four new cruise ships worth more than $2 billion.

Concordia Maritime Stena Paris

Dec 14, 2005

Concordia Maritime took delivery of the MR tanker Stena Paris built at Brodosplit Shipyard in Split, Croatia. Stena Paris is the first P-MAX tanker in a

California – Ballast Water Discharge Standards

Dec 14, 2005

Following up on yesterday’s item regarding the report of the California State Lands Commission (SLC) on Performance Standards for Ballast Water Discharges in California Waters,

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