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New Record Year in Dry Bulk Demolition Underway - BIMCO

  The monthly average for the first six months in 2015 is 3.3m DWT. In 2014 the first half year averaged at 1.33m DWT per month.   April 2015 saw 5.36 million DWT being retired from active service,

BMT Awarded Port Geographe Coastal Engineering Contract

BMT JFA Consultants (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group,  has been awarded a contract by the Western Australian Department of Transport (DoT) to provide services as

BMT Appoints New Chairman

International maritime design, engineering and risk management consultancy BMT Group announced the appointment of Sir John Hood KNZM as Chairman of BMT Group Ltd.

Beier Radio is now Beier Integrated Systems

  For 70 years, Beier Radio has provided engineering, sales, and service for marine electronics around the globe. As the corporation marks its 70th anniversary,

China's State Audit Uncovers Misdeeds in Cosco

 Intensifying crackdown on corruption China’s National Audit Office released an audit report for state-run shipping conglomerate Cosco Group in which it has uncovered

Odebrecht Wins $537 mln Contract in Panama

  Brazilian engineering company Odebrecht SA, which has been charged with corruption, was part of a consortium that won a project worth half a billion dollars to rebuild a Panamanian coastal city.

DNV GL's Risk-based Approach to Valve Tesing in Wells

  Reducing expenditure while continuing to improve safety and reduce risk is a key driver for the oil and gas industry especially in today’s cost constrained environment.

New European Inland Waterway Project Underway

Engineering and consulting firms setec and Royal HaskoningDHV have been selected by VNF – the French navigable waterways authority – to jointly provide program

Baltic Dry Index Climbs to an All Year High

The dry bulk market has been devastating so far in 2015. However, June has somehow reversed it all in less than three weeks if judged by the Baltic Dry Index (BDI).

VIKING Saatsea Courses Get Flag Approval

VIKING Saatsea has achieved flag state approval for its STCW on-board training solution with refresher modules according to new STCW 2010 Manila Amendments. The approval of the company’s 24/7,

Great Lakes Boat Top Joins Sea Tow

If you’ve been aboard a boat during the last 60 years, you’ve probably enjoyed weather protection afforded by Great Lakes Boat Top canvas. The Vonore, Tenn.-based

The Hour of the Wolf for Panamaxes - Platts Report

Shipowners operating in the trans-Atlantic dry bulk market, where prices have been plumbing two-year lows on the back of acute vessel oversupply and shifting patterns in minerals demand,

Optimus Seventh Generation Secures Decommissioning Contract

Optimus Seventh Generation, an Aberdeen headquartered behavioural change consultancy, has strengthened its safety portfolio by securing its first decommissioning

Seatronics Appoints Donaldson as V.P.

  Seatronics Ltd, an Acteon company and part of its survey, monitoring and data business, has promoted Derek Donaldson from vice president Asia Pacific to vice president global operations.

Kestrel Selects Haven Platform

  Kestrel Liner Agencies, a pre-eminent ocean freight provider serving the Caribbean, has started offering capacity on the Haven Platform. Haven, the private marketplace

MAST, WESMAR Partner on Maritime Security

A new partnership between maritime security company MAST and marine sonar systems provider WESMAR has been established to protect super yachts and the maritime industry from security risks.

Assystem UK Driving Value for the Offshore Industry

Assystem presented a paper at the NAFEMS seminar which took place in Aberdeen demonstrating how Assystem can drive value for the oil & gas industry in the current financial climate.

Aker Solutions, Baker Hughes Collaborate on O&G Study

Aker Solutions and Baker Hughes agreed to cooperate on early-phase studies to help customers improve the overall economics and value of oil and gas field developments.

Total Suspends Restart of La Mede Refinery

  French oil major Total  had to suspend the restart of its La Mede refinery near Marseille late on Friday because of striking workers from the CGT union, a company spokesman said.

Green Bay Recovers Mariners in Makassar Strait

  Amphibious transport dock ship USS Green Bay (LPD 20) rendered assistance to distressed mariners in the waters between the Indonesian islands of Kalimantan and Sulawesi June 19.

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