Monday, January 08, 2007 Maritime News

IMO Establishes New Division to Reinforce Security

Jan 08, 2007

Enhanced focus on maritime security in IMO Secretariat IMO Secretary-General, Efthimios E. Mitropoulos, has established a new subdivision within the IMO

BofA Extends Credit to Matson

Jan 08, 2007

Bank of America Corp. and five other lenders have approved a combined $325m credit line for Alexander & Baldwin Inc. and its subsidiary Matson Navigation. According

Bill Introduced to Require Container Scanning and E-seals

Jan 08, 2007

The House Committee on Homeland Security said that Representative Thompson (D-MI), the new Committee Chair, introduced the Implementing the 9/11 Commission Recommendations Act of 2007 (H.

Coast Guard Investigates Collision

Jan 08, 2007

The Coast Guard medevaced a 47-year-old man from the OSV Capt. After it reportedly collided with the a tanker ship, the Panam Carabe, Friday night. A rescue

Erie Shipbuilding to Undergo Expansion

Jan 08, 2007

Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell announced that three Erie County manufacturers – including the county's largest employer -- plan to invest more than

Shipbuilding Facility to Rise in Subic Zone

Jan 08, 2007

According to reports, a modern domestic shipbuilding facility will soon rise in this premier Freeport zone. Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority chairman Feliciano Salonga,

Lockport Builds Triple Screw Model Bow Tug

Jan 08, 2007

Dickie Adams’ at Lockport Fabrication has a triple screw model bow tug building for Russell Plaisance of Galliano Louisiana. Powered by three six-cylinder Cummins

Euronav Chooses Hempasil for Crude Carriers

Jan 08, 2007

Euronav will apply Hempasil, Hempel's silicone fouling release system, to its two ultra-large crude carriers, the TI Asia and the TI Europe. The 1,246 ft. tankers,

Iran signs $16b LNG deal with Malaysia

Jan 08, 2007

Iran and Malaysia's SKS have signed a $16b preliminary deal to develop Iran's southern Golshan and Ferdos gas fields and build plants to produce liquefied natural gas (LNG), according to reports.

Labroy Marine Awarded Contracts

Jan 08, 2007

Labroy Marine has clinched two shipbuilding contracts worth a total of $37.8m. Under the contracts, it will build two anchor handling tug supply vessels for a Norwegian customer.

Worker Killed at Brooklyn Navy Yard

Jan 08, 2007

According to WNYC, an ironworker who had gone to work on his day off to earn extra cash died Saturday when a massive metal plate weighing thousand of pounds fell and crushed him.

Marine Safety Company Offering Innovative Devices

Jan 08, 2007

With an increased focus on safety and security within the maritime industry, many companies and organizations are providing innovative products, services and

Miscommunication Cited in Port Alert

Jan 08, 2007

The AP says that three legal immigrants in a cargo truck were detained at the Port of Miami on Sunday after a routine inspection raised concerns, but police say

Emerson Acquires Marine Valve Supplier

Jan 08, 2007

Engineering firm Emerson Electric Co. has acquired marine valve supplier Damcos Holding AS, the AP reported Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Damcos


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