Tuesday, May 18, 2010 Maritime News

Ward's Marine Electric Government Contract

May 18, 2010

Ward's Marine Electric was awarded a $2.5m dollar contract to replace automatic bus transfer switches for the United States Coast Guard. This award represents a

T&T Bisso Teams up with CISPRI

May 18, 2010

T&T BISSO announced an exclusive cooperative services agreement with Cook Inlet Spill Prevention and Response (CISPRI). Based in Nikiski, Alaska, CISPRI is a comprehensive

Baltic Trading Takes Delivery of Drybulk Vessels

May 18, 2010

Baltic Trading Limited (NYSE: BALT), a drybulk company focused on the spot market, has taken delivery of the Baltic Bear, a Capesize newbuilding, and the Baltic Jaguar, a 2009-built Supramax vessel.

Georgia Ports 25% Container Growth for April

May 18, 2010

Georgia Ports Authority’s (GPA) Executive Director Curtis J. Foltz announced that the GPA experienced 25.6% container growth in April and has recorded five consecutive

Swansea Dry Docks Open for Business

May 18, 2010

Following the successful use of Swansea Dry Docks for the refit and refurbishment of Saga Pearl II, now successfully cruising; work on MV Julia, now plying the

Sparrows Offshore to Increase U.S. Workforce

May 18, 2010

Sparrows Offshore LLC (formerly Energy Cranes LLC), the Houston-based offshore crane, fluid power and pipe-laying equipment specialist, has signed contracts in 2010 worth more than $8m.

Port Hamburg Cargo Handling Increases Again

May 18, 2010

Hit hard by the global financial and economic crisis in the year 2009, the Port of Hamburg reports total cargo-handling figures of 28.6 million tons for the first quarter of 2010, an increase of 4.

Corvus Energy Lithium-Ion Battery for BRAtt

May 18, 2010

Corvus Energy, harnessing the power of large format lithium-ion battery systems for marine propulsion, will spotlight its proprietary technology at the International

Great Lakes Iron Ore Surges Again in April

May 18, 2010

The Great Lakes iron ore trade continued to strengthen in April in response to growing demand for steel. Shipments from U.S. and Canadian Lakes and Seaway ports totaled 5.

“K” Line Selects Globe Wireless for Upgrade

May 18, 2010

Globe Wireless has been selected by “K” Line to provide a turnkey implementation of the Inmarsat FleetBroadband service. “K” Line is a large ship owner/operators,

Shipbuilding Orders to Surge on Energy Demand

May 18, 2010

According to a May 17 report from Bloomberg, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., the world’s second-largest shipyard by orders, aims to almost triple

Seldovia Bay Ferry 2010 Sailing Schedule

May 18, 2010

Alaska’s newest passenger ferry announced its 2010 sailing schedule between the communities of Homer and Seldovia, located on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. The M/V

This Day in Coast Guard History – May 18

May 18, 2010

1920-Coast Guard officers and enlisted personnel were granted the same pay, allowances and increases as the Navy. (Source: USCG Historian’s Office)  

This Day in Naval History – May 18

May 18, 2010

1775 - Benedict Arnold captures British sloop and renames her Enterprise, first of many famous ships with that name 1798 - Appointment of Benjamin Stoddert as

 

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