Tuesday, September 05, 2006 Maritime News

Austal teams with GL

Sep 05, 2006

Australian fast-vessel builder Austal Ships Pty Ltd. has prolonged its long-standing technical and commercial partnership with the classification society Germanischer Lloyd.

AAPA Calls for “Continued Progress” in Port Security

Sep 05, 2006

In the nearly five years since 9/11, America’s seaports and the federal government have joined forces to make major gains in fortifying and hardening port facilities against intruder attack.

Port of San Francisco Develops New Physical Security Plan

Sep 05, 2006

Embarcadero Systems Corporation (ESC) won a contract to develop physical security plans, security technology and security plan implementation recommendations

New Tugs Offer Cutting Edge Capability

Sep 05, 2006

The two innovative Carousel combi-tugs being built in Malaysia for Dutch salvage and towage company Multraship could revolutionize tug design, without the need for expensive technology,

Maritime Vietnam 2006 Ready for November

Sep 05, 2006

With a few months to the show, Maritime Vietnam 2006 has lined up a range of special events. Organised by HQ Link Pte Ltd, Maritime Vietnam 2006 will take place

Tugboat Celebrates 100

Sep 05, 2006

The tugboat Heinrich Ludwig was launched 100 years ago on September 4, 1906. Up to today, it is in daily use at the Port of Hamburg for Carl Robert Eckelmann AG.

VT Halmatic Delivers Pilot Boat

Sep 05, 2006

Since its introduction to the VT Halmatic range in 1993 a considerable number of Nelson 42 Mk11s have been built as patrol boats. Operators of these boats include

Historic Ship to be Named in Portsmouth

Sep 05, 2006

HMS Clyde, the first ship to be built in Portsmouth Naval Base for nearly 40 years, will be named in a night ceremony at VT Shipbuilding’s facilities on Thursday, September 7.

Inmarsat Accelerates into Hand-held Satphone Market

Sep 05, 2006

Inmarsat and ACeS International Limited (ACeS) announced a collaboration to offer low-cost hand-held and fixed voice services, initially in the Asian market with

Russia Receives New Stealth Gunboat

Sep 05, 2006

Fresh from St. Petersburg's Almaz shipyard, the Astrakhan will be the first in the navy warship to have stealth capabilities and can be armed with various artillery

China Builds Shipyards to Drive Industry

Sep 05, 2006

CHINA will build three shipyards at Bohai Bay, the mouths of the Yangtze River and the Pearl River over the next five years, according to the national shipbuilding authority.

Public Comment Period Open

Sep 05, 2006

Charting the Course for Ocean Science in the U.S.: Research Priorities for the Next Decade The public comment period is now OPEN for Charting the Course for

China Oil Producer Sees Profits Soar

Sep 05, 2006

China's top offshore oil and gas producer, CNOOC, has posted a 38 percent jump in earnings for the first half of the year. The better-than-expected results were

Korean Shipyards Face Challenge

Sep 05, 2006

Korean shipbuilders' earnings are forecast to improve through 2008 and beyond as the tight supply and demand balance allows them to pass on rising costs, said

 

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