Thursday, June 21, 2007 Maritime News

Imtech Awarded Contract for MILGEM Corvette

Jun 21, 2007

Imtech Marine & Offshore has been awarded the contract by Turkish Defense organization SSM for the delivery of an extensive Integrated Platform Management

NOAA and VT Halter Celebrate Keel Laying for New Ships

Jun 21, 2007

VT Halter Marine Inc. and NOAA celebrated the keel laying for two new vessels at VT Halter’s Moss Point, Miss., shipyard. A combined ceremony was held for NOAA coastal mapping vessel Ferdinand R.

L&T Wins $95m Contract

Jun 21, 2007

Construction and engineering firm Larsen & Toubro Ltd (L&T) Thursday bagged a $94.95m shipbuilding contract from BigLift Shipping of the Netherlands. L&T said

AEP MEMCO LLC Doubles Headquarters

Jun 21, 2007

AEP MEMCO, a dry cargo barge operator will be growing its business in a new Class A office building emerging at Chesterfield Village in Chesterfield, Mo. AEP

WHTI Land and Sea Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Published

Jun 21, 2007

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the U.S. Department of State (DOS) announced today the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for the land and

Grimaldi-Naples Launches Ferry

Jun 21, 2007

On June 22, the cruise ferry Cruise Roma was launched at Fincantieri’s yard at Castellamare di Stabia for owners Grimaldi-Naples. Paola Grimaldi wife of the

Marine Highway Initiative Update

Jun 21, 2007

The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee approved legislation to reduce global warming through greater transportation efficiencies and conservation initiatives.

Murphy Joins Integro’s Marine Practice

Jun 21, 2007

Integro Insurance Brokers announced that Patrick J. Murphy has joined the firm’s New York office as a Managing Principal in the Marine Practice. He will focus

Gladding Hearn to Build Ferries for Circle Line

Jun 21, 2007

Gladding Hearn Shipbuilding of Somerset, Mass., won the contract to build three new 165-ft., 600-passenger ferries for New York City-based Circle Line. According to Peter Duclos,

Sanoyas Choses Sener

Jun 21, 2007

Japan’s Sanoyas Hishino Meisho Corporation (Sanoyas) signed a contract with Spain’s SENER for the use of FORAN as its new shipbuilding 3D CAD software. The order

Funding Approved to Combat Invasive Species in Ballast Water

Jun 21, 2007

Funding for the GloBallast Partnerships project, to assist developing countries in reducing the transfer of harmful aquatic organisms in ships' ballast water, has

India Offshore Blocks Almost Set for Auction

Jun 21, 2007

According to a report on www.business-standard.com, the Petroleum Ministry in India is planning to offer up to 80 oil and gas blocks -- perhaps half of them offshore

ADSB Celebrates Another Baynunah Keel Laying

Jun 21, 2007

Abu Dhabi Shipbuilding (ADSB) has reached another major milestone in the Baynunah Corvette Program for the UAE Navy. On June 21, ADSB laid the keel block for

Daewoo Wins $800m in Contracts

Jun 21, 2007

According to reports, Daewoo Shipbuilding Marine & Engineering Co., won $800min orders from several European companies to build three bulk carriers and one offshore drill ship.

Negotiations with EPIC Shipping

Jun 21, 2007

Odense Steel Shipyard Ltd. announced that EPIC Shipping, UK, has contracted to purchase six RO-RO vessels at Odense Steel Shipyard Ltd. Final contract

Ship Sinks, Crew Rescued

Jun 21, 2007

According to AFP, all 19 crew aboard a Panamanian ship which sank in the Arabian Sea in bad weather were rescued by a passing vessel, the official Yemeni news agency Saba said.

Unmanned Underwater Vehicles Successful at Talisman Saber

Jun 21, 2007

The Naval Mine and Anti-Submarine Warfare Command (NMAWC) Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV) Platoon completed its support of Talisman Saber 2007 on June 18,

Australia to Spend $11B on Navy Ships

Jun 21, 2007

In a speech published on the website of Australian Prime Minister John Howard, it was announced that Australia will make a multi-billion investment to bolster the Australian Navy.

Imtech Grows in China

Jun 21, 2007

Imtech NV said its maritime order book in China is growing and is now worth 120m Euro, which includes orders for work on more than 240 ships. According to the company,

Two Towboats Sink

Jun 21, 2007

The Coast Guard is responded yesterday after two towboats, with four people sank, while tied alongside the dock on the Atchafalaya River in Krotz Springs, La. At just after 4 a.

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