Wednesday, June 27, 2012 Maritime News

China Shipbuilder Seeks Bankruptcy Protection

Jun 27, 2012

Zhejiang Jingang Shipbuilding Co, the largest private shipbuilder in Taizhou, East China's Zhejiang Province, has filed for bankruptcy "The company filed for bankruptcy

Containerships Figure in Disaster Relief Plan

Jun 27, 2012

DARPA design technologies for sea and air delivery systems for direct support to disaster zones from offshore container ships The US Defense Advanced Research

TK Foundation Approves Maritime Education/Research Funding

Jun 27, 2012

The TK Foundation has announced the approval of eight grants totalling nearly $2 million. The TK Foundation is a strong funding vehicle for maritime programs and youth development.

Wärtsilä Specifies Maris ECDIS Training Package

Jun 27, 2012

Wärtsilä has become the latest major marine company to specify MARIS hardware and software as part of its product specific training.   The MARIS ECDIS900 system

Saab Announces Fifth-Generation R5 Maritime AIS

Jun 27, 2012

“The new R5 AIS products from Saab are the first to incorporate software-defined radio (SDR) transceivers together with newly developed high-speed analog-to-digital

In-House Dyno Enhances Marine Exhaust Systems' Services

Jun 27, 2012

Measuring how an exhaust system performs before it's installed helps ensure optimal results will be achieved.  Using its in-house dynamometer and test engines,

Hamburg Süd: Christening of the “Santa Ines” in South Korea

Jun 27, 2012

On Wednesday, 27 June 2012, Hamburg Süd celebrated the christening of its container ship “Santa Ines” at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. Ltd. (DSME) in Geoje-City in Korea.

SBS Names Colter as VP Finance

Jun 27, 2012

Global transportation provider SBS Worldwide has appointed Certified Public Accountant Don Colter as Vice President of Finance, USA. In his new role, Mr. Colter

Seafarers Awareness Week

Jun 27, 2012

Seafarers Awareness Week hopes to raise awareness of the dangerous and vital work seafarers do to keep Britain afloat.   This week (25 June-1 July) is Seafarers

George D Lifted From Dock

Jun 27, 2012

Gardline’s coastal survey vessel the George D, named after the founder of the company, George Darling was lifted from the dock in Great Yarmouth early Tuesday morning

Drydocks World Announces a Joint Venture Partnership

Jun 27, 2012

Drydocks World announced that it has entered into a global strategic alliance with Kuok Group to form a Joint Venture between Drydocks World – SEA and Pacific Carriers Limited.

Lubmarine Expands With New Copenhagen Facility

Jun 27, 2012

International marine lubricant supplier Total Lubmarine has extended its global network of service and supply centres with the opening of a dedicated commercial and supply hub in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Shipping Confidence Rises for Fourth Successive Quarter

Jun 27, 2012

Overall confidence levels in the shipping industry increased in the three months ended May 2012, to reach their highest level since February 2011, according to

Rella Out as CEO at Austal USA

Jun 27, 2012

Joe Rella, president and chief operating officer of Austal USA since 2007, has reportedly resigned from the company. Austal's board of directors has accepted his resignation.

Customs Officers’ Strike in Brazil Disrupts Major Ports

Jun 27, 2012

Inchcape Shipping Services, advises that strikes by Brazilian customs officers are disrupting major ports and that the clearance of imported goods has slowed significantly.

Ed Timmes Joins General Dynamics

Jun 27, 2012

General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems today announced that Edward A. Timmes, Jr., has joined the company as vice president of its Intelligence Systems business in its Cyber Systems division.

Guide to Index-Linked Container Contracts Launched

Jun 27, 2012

Drewry and the World Container Index have published a White Paper that explains how index-linked contracts work, the first definitive guide on the subject since

Off the Radar, But Very Much on the Ball

Jun 27, 2012

Senesco Marine Steps Out Into the Broader Commercial Build and Repair Markets. The largest mid-tier yard in the U.S. Northeast touts deep experience and high standards.

ICS Opposes IMO-Proposed Mozambique Channel Routing

Jun 27, 2012

At a meeting of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Sub-Committee on Safety of Navigation (2- 6 July in London) the International Chamber of Shipping

DREDGE Act of 2012 Introduced

Jun 27, 2012

New Legislation Aimed at Building Wetlands while Deepening Mississippi River in anticipation of Panama Canal Expansion completion. Congressman Cedric Richmond


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