Acquarulo Jr. Named ComNet President & CEO
Communication Networks of Danbury, Connecticut, doing business as ComNet, has named Andrew Acquarulo Jr., as its President and Chief Operating Officer (COO). Acquarulo will be responsible for ComNet’s worldwide strategic vision, operations and sales for the ComNet fiber optic and Ethernet product lines. Acquarulo will report to George Lichtblau, ComNet Chairman and CEO. In his role as ComNet President…
Horizon Lines New Terminal in Oakland
Horizon Lines, Inc., (NYSE:HRZ), the nation's leading domestic ocean shipping and integrated logistics company, has entered into a new agreement for terminal operations at the Port of Oakland.
NG Moves Corporate Office to D.C. Region
Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) announced a decision to move its corporate office from Los Angeles to the Washington D.C. region by 2011. The company is…
Shipmast Height Detection for MPA Singapore
Singapore Exchange Mainboard-listed Stratech Systems Limited (Stratech) announced that it has been awarded a S$1.16m contract by the Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore to design…
This Day in Coast Guard History – Jan 5
1883- At 1 o’clock in the afternoon, the crew of the Quoddy Head Station discovered a schooner at anchor. The weather was bitter cold, with a gale from the northwest.
This Day in Naval History – Jan 5
1875 - CDR Edward Lull begins expedition to locate best ship canal route across Panama. Route followed 30 years later. 1943 - USS Helena (CL-50) fired first proximity…
Safe Bulkers, Early Termination of Charter
Safe Bulkers, Inc. (NYSE: SB), announced that it has agreed to terminate the existing charter of the Kamsarmax-class vessel Pedhoulas Merchant. The charter was contractually…
USCG Foundation Honors Lockheed Martin
The Coast Guard Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to the education, welfare and morale of all Coast Guard members and their families, announced that…
MOL President’s 2010 New Year Message
A Happy New Year to all in our MOL Group companies. There is a Japanese saying, “ichiyo-raifuku” (the return of spring), meaning that “the winter has left and the spring has come”. It also means that “after a series of unfortunate things happened, things finally turning for the better”. I would like to celebrate the beginning of a new year together with all of you by rewording slightly this saying for MOL to “ichiyo-KENfuku”…
Doosan to Doubles Profit in 2010
According to a Jan. 3 report from The Korean Times, Doosan Group has set this year's operating profit target at $1.4b, up 100 percent from 2009, group chairman Park Yong-hyun said Dec. 31.
Putin Plans $700M Shipyards for Far East
According to a Jan. 4 report from the Moscow Times, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin announced plans for the state-run United Shipbuilding Corporation to build two…
Two Ships Seized Off Somali Coast
According to a Jan. 2 report from Voice of America News, authorities say Somali pirates have hijacked a British-flagged cargo ship transporting cars and a chemical tanker from Singapore.
Yanmar Centre Ridderkerk New Outlet
Diesel Techniek Rotterdam BV in Ridderkerk, generally known as DTR Yanmar Centre, will open on January 3 the doors of a new outlet. The company’s activities will all be combined at this address.
Port of Tacoma Year-End Update
On Dec. 31, Timothy J. Five years ago, I promised that the Port of Tacoma would take care of our customers, build a foundation for future growth, and be a good neighbor.
New USACE Contracts
Zachry Construction Corp., San Antonio, Texas, was awarded on Dec. 21, 2009, a $22,376,777 firm-fixed-price contract for construct channel improvement, mission reach, Phase 2a.
Adjusted Ownership Split in West Qurna 2
29 December 2009 Lukoil and Statoil initialised the contract with Iraqi authorities for the West Qurna 2 field. Lukoil and Statoil have agreed to adjust the ownership split…
Drydocks World Dubai Delivers Polarcus Nadia
Drydocks World - Dubai has delivered the Polarcus Nadia, the most advanced seismic vessel built at the yard to date. The vessel, first of a series of four vessels…
Jensen Maritime Designs Two New Barges
Jensen Maritime Consultants, Inc., a Crowley company, has designed two new barges for Global Marine Transportation, Inc. Both 10,000-barrel tank barges are scheduled to be constructed and delivered in 2010. Designed for lightering services, the barges are being built by Trinity Marine Products, Inc., and will be chartered to Maxum Petroleum, Inc. The tank barges are designed with corrugated cargo tank bulkheads to ease tank stripping and cleaning.
Cathelco Systems for Entire Navy Vessel Class
Cathelco have supplied marine pipework anti-fouling systems for a complete class of fleet replenishment oilers serving the United States Navy. The 14 Henry J. Kaiser Class vessels are operated by the Military Sealift Command and provide underway replenishment of fuel for U.S. Navy ships at sea and jet fuel for aircraft assigned to aircraft carriers. The final vessel in the series to be installed with…
This Day in Coast Guard History – Jan 4
1897- Assistance to lost persons near Oak Island, New York. At 8:30 p.m. the keeper received word by telephone that a gentleman and two ladies, who had left the station at 4 p.m.