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Jet Edge Waterjets Distributed in 6 States by KF Machinery

EDGE X-5 Machine: Image courtesy of Jet Edge Inc.

Jet Edge, Inc., a leading manufacturer of ultra-high pressure waterjet systems for precision cutting, coating removal and surface preparation, say that KF Machinery is now distributing Jet Edge precision waterjet cutting systems in Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Western Wisconsin and Western Iowa. Located in Lakeville, Minn., KF Machinery offers full-service precision sheet metal manufacturing and forming equipment to manufacturers in a variety of industries, including precision sheet metal, metal fabricating, electronics, aerospace, agricultural, plate fabricators and vessel manufacturers. Jet Edge inform that KF Machinery was established in 2009 as the northern division of Koch Fabricating Machinery Co., of Addison, Texas, a leading supplier of metal fabricating and metal forming machinery and technologies since 1966. About Jet Edge Established in 1984, Jet Edge is a global designer and manufacturer of waterjet systems for precision cutting, surface preparation and coating removal. Jet Edge systems are used around the world in a broad range of industries, from the world's leading airlines to automotive, aerospace, industrial manufacturers, machine and job shops. Jet Edge waterjets are made in U.S.A.


Jet Edge Appoints New International Sales Engineer

Jet Edge, Inc., a manufacturer of ultra-high pressure waterjet and abrasivejet systems for precision cutting, surface preparation and hydrodemolition, has appointed Antoine Deproost as its new International Sales Engineer. Deproost is responsible for sales of Jet Edge systems in Europe, South America and the Middle East, and for developing international distribution partners in Africa, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean and Central America.


SpotterRF Radar Selected by DOD for Capability Demo

SpotterRF was one of 15 industry partners selected to participate in a Department of Defense (DOD) demonstration seeking cutting edge technologies with high potential of improving the warfighter's mission effectiveness and survivability.   The Stiletto Maritime Demonstration Program conducted its first capability demonstration, Jan. 14-27, 2013 for the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) off the coast of Virginia Beach, VA.


Doen Water Jet Order from Willard Marine

Transmission Engineering Company (TECO) announced they have received an order for thirty Doen DJ110Z Water Jets from Willard Marine, in Anaheim, Calif. The water jets will be installed in Willard Marine’s 36-ft Rigid Inflatable Boat for the U.S. Navy. The order includes water jets, hydraulic pumps and steering components, with deliveries being completed by March 2011. “Our ability to respond quickly is one of the many values we bring as a business partner with Willard


Rolls-Royce Unmanned Craft Mini Waterjet Development

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Rolls-Royce, is to develop a new, highly efficient water jet to propel unmanned surface craft for the US Navy. The new water jet will be the smallest Rolls-Royce design to date, with a diameter of just 100 millimetres, and will quietly propel the craft through the water on remotely controlled missions that include intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance. Rolls-Royce will develop the water jet part of the innovative small propulsion system


Rolls-Royce Wins Contract to Supply Water Jets for Indian Coast Guard

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Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has won a contract from India’s Cochin Shipyard to supply 60 water jets for a new fleet of 20 Fast Patrol Vessels for the Indian Coast Guard. The contract will involve the supply of Rolls-Royce Kamewa 71S3np water jets (three per vessel), and associated equipment including a joystick control system which will enhance the manoeuvring capabilities of the vessels. The 50 metre long vessels, which are currently under construction


Graham Gulf Grows with Jets

Project manager Larry Smith is excited about the latest crew boat built at C&G Boat Works' Mobile shipyard for sister company Graham Gulf. Larry started working with owner Janson Graham's grandfather 32 years ago and takes a kind a family interest in each new boat, but this one, the Graham Honor, is the company's first jet. "It allows a flatter hull," explains Smith, "With only about 1.5 ft. of taper from the deadrise of the bow's entry to the nearly flat stern


MJP Wins Record Order in S. Korea

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      The Coast Guard of Taiwan has recently taken delivery of CG hull 123 and CG 125, which form part of Taiwan's 500 ton project. These two new vessels were built by Jong Shyn shipyard and are equipped with 4 x MJP 850 jets provided by Sweden-based MJP Waterjets. Comparing these new waterjets with the CP propellers of the preceding conventional ship, the results are striking. The new MJP propulsion arrangement is said to cost 40% less, while, at the same time


Austal USA: Corrosion Management Solution

Austal USA and their U.S. Navy partners have worked closely to achieve a comprehensive corrosion management solution for the Independence-variant Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) class.   “The Navy and Austal team have a solid understanding of corrosion mitigating measures,” said Austal USA’s President and Chief Operating Officer Joe Rella, “it’s often an unpredictable and irregular war that is fought every single day on the waterfront


Gladding-Hearn Introduces New Pilot Boats

Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation introduced a new line of rigid bottom, soft-sided launches, named the Resilient Class. The first of this class will be a 40-footer for the Charleston, S.C. pilots. Available in lengths from 30 ft. to 70 ft. (9.14 m to 21.3 m), the Resilient Class of vessels is designed by C. Raymond Hunt Associates of Boston, whose association with the Somerset, Mass., shipyard dates back to 1978


MOL Methanol Carriers Win Technology Awards

Methanol carrier the CAJUN SUN (Right). Photo: Mitsui O.S.K. Lines

 Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) announced that a series of three MOL-operated 50,000 DWT methanol carriers — the Taranaki Sun, Manchac Sun, and Cajun Sun - received the "Technology Special Prize" in the Ship of the Year 2016 awards sponsored by The Japan Society of Naval Architects


Baltic Index Down as Capesize Rates Weigh

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The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index, tracking rates for ships carrying dry bulk commodities, edged lower on Thursday as demand for larger vessels fell.   The overall index, which factors in rates for capesize, panamax, supramax and handysize shipping vessels, was down 9 points, or 0


Thustmaster Expands Its Waterjets Team

Marine propulsion and thrusters manufacturer Thrustmaster of Texas announced that Leonard Hill and Jason Hill have joined its waterjet team, bringing with them more than 65 years of experience in waterjet design, manufacturing and sales.   


Korean Shipbuilding Parts Export to China Surge

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China's imports of shipbuilding parts and equipment produced by South Korean firms surged this year, Yonhap reported.   The report quoted Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) saying that China's imports of South Korean shipbuilding parts and equipment reached US$28


Moose Boats Bags Rhode Island Fireboat Order

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Newport, R.I. fire department orders emergency response vessel from California boat builder Moose Boats.   Moose Boats, a boat designer and manufacturer in the San Francisco Bay Area, said it was awarded a contract from Newport Fire Department in Rhode Island for the construction of a M2-38


Global Marine Group Keeping Busy in 2017

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Offshore engineering firm the Global Marine Group (GMG) reported a busy first five months of 2017 with a strong outlook for the rest of the year. The company said all key assets from the GMG fleet are currently mobilized, either supporting maintenance zone agreements around the world


New Coating from UltraTech has Shipping Applications

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 Originally developed to keep military jet fighter canopies clean and free of rain, dirt and debris, the Gentoo coating from UltraTech International, Inc. has performed well in many other applications including corrosion resistance, camera lenses, windows and more.  


Cyber SAFE Ship Delivered

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 The first ships to be classed with Lloyd’s Register’s cyber notations have been delivered to Global United in Korea.    Built by Hanjin Heavy Industries, in collaboration with Alpha Ori Technology, the ships have been awarded the notation Cyber (AL-SAFE) certifying


Asian Maritime Sector Ready for More VSAT

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Market survey shows Asian shipping companies ready to move to “always on” maritime broadband for both operational and crew welfare purposes     A Marlink commissioned survey of Asian ship owners has confirmed that many shipping companies are ready to embrace the increased


Signs of Recovery Seen in Asian MR Market

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A new lease of life has been breathed into the ailing Medium Range (MR) tanker market in Asia. The MR market has been mired in a slump in recent months, with TC11 rates sinking to a multi-year low of $240,000 in April on the back of lower product exports from China and South Korea


Patrol Boats Delivered to the Vietnam Coast Guard

US Ambassador Ted Osius, fourth from left, inspects new Metal Shark patrol boats with Vietnam Coast Guard members during a delivery ceremony Monday May 22, 2017 in Quang Nam, central Vietnam (Photos courtesy US Embassy Hanoi)

Six new military patrol boats built by Louisiana-based shipbuilder Metal Shark have been delivered to the Vietnam Coast Guard. The welded-aluminum Metal Shark 45-foot Defiant pilothouse patrol vessels were provided to Vietnam by the United States in a move that underscores the increased security


U.S. Freight Recovery Spurs Diesel Demand

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U.S. freight movements have started increasing again, which should help boost consumption of distillate fuel oil in 2017 and 2018.   The tonnage of freight moved by road, rail, barge, pipeline and air cargo has been increasing year on year since October


Elbit Bags Order to Supply Equipment to Brazil Marine Corps

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 Elbit Systems announced that it won a $40 million contract from the Brazilian Marines to supply advanced systems for computerization, electronic warfare, radio, and communications.   The contract will be performed over a two-year period.  


Hyundai Heavy Sails Back to Profit in Q1

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 Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has posted a net profit of KRW462.3bn ($409.6m) for the first quarter of 2017, making it the fifth consecutive quarterly profit for the group.   This represents a surge of 90% from the previous corresponding quarter. However, sales fell 1.9 percent to 10


TechnipFMC wins EPC Contract

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TechnipFMC  has been awarded by Zakum Development Company (ZADCO) an Engineering, Procurement and Construction contract (EPC3 project) for a sulfate reduction plant on West Island located offshore Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE).  






 
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