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Friday, October 20, 2017

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Naylor Director of Maritime & Coastguard Agency

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency announced the appointment of Philip Naylor as the new Director of Maritime Services. This post is responsible for ensuring the safety and quality of seafarers and ships under the Red Ensign and delivering emergency response, survey and inspections services. Naylor is currently General Manager for Fleet Marine and Shore Operations for Carnival UK. He served as a Deck Officer on tankers, ferries and sail training vessels before joining the cruise industry in 1986. Here he was responsible for the worldwide operation of 12 cruise ships, as well as major developments ashore in the Port of  Southampton. He has also led Carnival's emergency response organisation.

UK MCA Trainee Award to Princess Cruises Man

Philip Cave: Photo courtesy of MCA

Philip Cave, from Fleetwood Nautical College, whose training company is Princess Cruises, has been recognised for his dedication and achievements throughout his training by the award of this year's Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Trainee Officer of the Year award. The award aims to encourage and recognise quality within the maritime industry. Nominations are made by nautical colleges alongside the trainee’s sponsoring company. The winner is decided by a panel of judges, including representatives from the MCA and other industry figures.

Veteran Maritime Attorney Changes Sides

George M. Jones: Photo credit Charles D. Naylor

George M. Jones joins Los Angeles Maritime Law offices of Charles D. Naylor. An experienced trial attorney, Mr. Jones brings to the firm more than 20 years of maritime law experience. “I’ve known George for almost 20 years, and amongst fellow maritime lawyers, he has a reputation for being one of the best –  for his legal expertise, character and integrity,” said maritime attorney Charles D. Naylor. At the Law Offices of Charles D. Naylor, Mr. Jones is leading the firm’s Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act (LHWCA) claims team…

HMC Appoints Adkins as Joint-Managing Director

Horizon Mobile Communications (“HMC”) is pleased to announce that Mr. Philip Adkins has joined HMC as Managing Director with effect from April 16, 2003. Philip brings more than 30 years extensive experience in senior executive roles as a Managing Director, main Board Director (of a public company) and as a Senior Vice President in multi-national companies in both the maritime and finance sectors. Philip has worked in the shipping industry for P & O Plc (UK) and Jebsens Rederi (Norway) and is qualified as a Chief Engineer (First Class). In 1986 he was invited to join ANZ McCaughan Dyson Securities in the City of London and later, Banque Paribas Capital Markets as a Senior Pan-European telecommunication and energy analyst.

Cruise Injury Attorney Recognized

Charles D. Naylor: Photo credit Charles D. Naylor

Charles D. Naylor, a Los Angeles maritime personal injury lawyer, becomes one of only 26 certified specialists in maritime law in California. Mr. Naylor, a Los Angeles cruise injury attorney , is now recognized by the State Bar of California as a Certified Legal Specialist in Admiralty and Maritime Law. To be eligible for certification as a specialist, an attorney must prove that Admiralty and Maritime Law is, and has been, a substantial part of their practice for at least five years and must meet practice area specific continuing education requirements.

OMI Elects Shapiro as a Director

OMI Corporation said that Philip J. Shapiro has been elected a director of OMI. Mr. Shapiro is President and CEO of Liberty Maritime Corporation, the largest privately held independent operator of U.S. flag dry bulk vessels. He is also a director of the Steamship Mutual Protection and Indemnity Club and an elected member of the American Bureau of Shipping. Craig H. Stevenson, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of OMI commented that "Philip is well known in shipping for his business acumen and ability to make things happen. OMI is fortunate to add his experience and keen judgment to that of our other Board members."

Ingram Makes Historic Fleet Investment

1976. Waterway. fleet by about ten percent. has traditionally been a smaller component of the company's business. service for many oil and chemical companies. James Marine, Inc. of Paducah, Kentucky. Terms of the new agreement were not disclosed. 30-month period beginning in 2008. be outfitted with steam coils for heating cargoes," Mr. explained. industry, the economy, and the future of the markets Ingram serves. important segment of our business," Mr. Philip said.

CMB Teams For Massive Container Handler

Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB) agreed to merge its port handling unit with rival Noord Natie to form the biggest container handler in the country. CMB's subsidiary Hessenatie and Noord Natie plan to sign a preliminary agreement in the next two weeks and aim to have a done deal by the end of September, Noord President Philip Van Gestel said.

CMB Teams For Massive Container Handler

Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB) agreed to merge its port handling unit with rival Noord Natie to form the biggest container handler in the country. CMB's subsidiary Hessenatie and Noord Natie plan to sign a preliminary agreement in the next two weeks and aim to have a done deal by the end of September, Noord President Philip Van Gestel said.

VT Group names Harrison Finance Director

VT Group has appointed Philip Harrison as its new finance director with effect from November 19. Harrison joins VT Group from Hewlett-Packard where he has been vice president finance for Europe, Middle East and Africa since 2002. The shipbuilding and support services company said that group commercial director Chris Cundy, who was the acting finance director, will now focus fully on PFI, business development and the group's shipbuilding joint venture. Source: Thomson

OMI Corporation Elects Shapiro as A Director

OMI Corporation has named Philip J. Shapiro, president and CEO of Liberty Maritime Corp. as a director. Shapiro, whose position is with the largest privately held independent operator of U.S. flag dry bulk vessels, is also a director of the Steamship Mutual Protection and Indemnity Club and an elected member of the American Bureau of Shipping.

Philip A. Dur To Head Northrop Grumman's Ship Systems Sector

Northrop Grumman Corporation has appointed Philip A. Dur as corporate vice president and president of the company's Ship Systems sector - the largest builder of non-nuclear ships for the U.S. Navy. He will assume his new position on Oct. 1, succeeding Jerry St. Pe, who announced his decision to retire on Oct. 31 after 40 years with the company. Dur, a former rear admiral of the U.S. Navy, currently serves as vice president of Program Operations at the Electronic Sensors and Systems Sector, the company's largest sector with annual revenues of approximately $5 billion. He manages the sector's business operations, oversees program execution and acquisition, and alliance activities.

Drewry Appoint Philip Damas to the Board

Drewry Shipping Consultants Limited announced that Philip Damas has been appointed a director of the company, with responsibility for developing Drewry Supply Chain Advisors, the specialist supply chain consulting practice within the Drewry group. Philip joined Drewry in 2005 from American Shipper with many years of experience of analyzing the international logistics challenges of exporters and importers in Europe, the Americas and Asia, Philip will also be responsible for further improving specialist market intelligence and cost benchmarks for international logistics, including Drewry's industry-leading freight rate benchmarks.

LGH Acquires JDN’s UK Hire Division

Steve Walker, managing director of JD Neuhaus (left); and Colin Naylor, managing director of Lifting Gear Hire. (Photo: LGH)

Lifting Gear Hire (LGH) has acquired the Aberdeen-based hire division of JD Neuhaus (JDN) Ltd., a manufacturer of hoists and crane systems for extreme environments. JDN, headquartered in Germany, will retain its other U.K. divisions, including sales and repair, and will remain an LGH supplier. The value of the transaction was not disclosed. The acquisition, which comes less than a year after LGH re-launched in the U.K. after a 10-year sabbatical, further enhances the company’s fleet of JDN products, principally air operated hoists.

Grand Alliance Extends Cooperation for 10 Years

The Grand Alliance, founded in 1998, is an integrated consortium in container liner shipping. Its members are Hapag-Lloyd, MISC Berhad, Malaysia, Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK), Japan, and Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL), Hong Kong. The four member lines have extended their cooperation for ten more years. The member lines of the Grand Alliance are continuing their successful cooperation, and today Adolf Adrion, Executive Board member of Hapag-Lloyd AG, Niels Kim Balling, Vice-President of Liner Business, MISC Berhad, Minoru Sato, Representative Director and Executive Vice-President of NYK, and Philip Chow, Chief Executive Officer of OOCL, have signed an agreement extending their cooperation up to 2017.

Kitchen To Retire From Northrop Grumman

Northrop Grumman Corporation's Ship Systems announced that Thomas M. Kitchen will retire later this month as president of the sector's Avondale Operations. Mr. Kitchen, 54, started his career with Avondale in 1977 as assistant controller and was named president in late 1999. Dr. Philip A. Dur, president of Northrop Grumman's Ship Systems sector, noted Mr. Kitchen's numerous contributions to the company and his many years of service to Avondale. "Tom's contributions to the transition of the Ship Systems organization have been important in our future success," Dr. Dur said. Dr. Dur said a successor to Mr. Kitchen will be named soon. Northrop Grumman Ship Systems…

Navy Awards Northrop Grumman $402M Funding for DDG 105

U.S. Navy will provide Northrop Grumman funding of more than $401.5 million for DDG 105, the second of four DDG 51-class Aegis-guided missile destroyers awarded to the company's Ship Systems sector. The original contract for $1.9 billion was received in September 2002. a single contract. DDG 105 is Northrop Grumman Ship Systems' 26th contracted Aegis destroyer. Corporation has consistently delivered through the history of the Aegis destroyer program," said Dr. Philip A. vice president and president of the company's Ship Systems sector. completion in 2008.

Northrop Grumman to Merge Shipbuilding Units

According to reports, Northrop Grumman Corp. (NOC) will merge its Newport News and Ship Systems units into Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding, effective Jan. 28, under C. Michael Petters. The contractor is also realigning its missiles business, which will report to its space technology sector instead of its mission systems sector, effective July 1. Philip A. Teel, corporate vice president and president of Ship Systems, was named corporate vice president of the company's mission systems sector, effective April 1, to succeed Jerry B. Agee, who is retiring in August. Source: Dow Jones

Moore Honored by SNAME

Arnold P. Systems sector, has received the prestigious 2005 William M. (SNAME). repair. Technology Exposition in Houston. developing the shipbuilding platforms that will define the U.S. and U.S. president of Northrop Grumman Ship Systems. naval architecture.

Australian Maritime Security Deal Signed

Reports indicate that Australian Attorney General, Philip Ruddock, today signed agreements to enhance maritime security and counter-terrorism. Ruddock, in London as part of a week-long visit to Europe to discuss security issues, signed the security protocols at a meeting with the secretary general of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), Efthimios Mitropoulos. He said they would significantly strengthen international efforts to counter terrorist threats to maritime security and offshore oil and gas facilities. The protocols were adopted at a Diplomatic Conference of the IMO in in October 2005 after three years of intensive negotiations. They will amend the Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation.

Cause of Ferry Crash Unknown

The cause of the May 6 ferry crash at Pier 43 in San Francisco, which injured nine people, will not be known for at least several days, a spokesman for the U.S. Coast Guard said. The crash occurred at 4:22 p.m. when the Baylink ferry bound for Vallejo was backing out into the bay. Passengers said the ferry did not maneuver properly and hit the pier several times before a tugboat pushed it back into its berth. The captain, Philip Strickland Johnson, was reported by passengers to have issued a warning on the loudspeaker prior to the impact. (Source: San Francisco Chronicle)

New Destroyer Set For Christening

Mississippi Lt. Gov. Amy Tuck will join acting Secretary of the Navy Hansford T. sailors when the U.S. sector June 28. James E. Williams (1930-1999). River Patrol Boat 105 on the Mekong River during the Vietnam War. Williams' widow, Mrs. bank of the Pascagoula River. In addition to Lt. Gov. participants will include Rear Adm. Charles S. Hamilton, III, U.S. Navy, program executive officer, ships; Capt. Philip N. Johnson, U.S. Dr. Philip A. president of Ship Systems' Ingalls Operations. James E. On Oct. isolated area of the Mekong Delta River. two fast speedboats crossing in front of them. the other boat. Williams knew his boat wouldn't fit. wider canal to use to intercept the boat. enemy boats and shore batteries. continued a fierce battle for more than three hours before U.S.

Maritrans Announce 2Q Earnings Release And Conference Call

Maritrans Inc. will release June 30, 2003 quarterly earnings on the afternoon of Wednesday, July 30, 2003. Walter Bromfield, Chief Financial Officer, joined by Stephen Van Dyck, Chairman, and Philip Doherty, Chief Executive Officer, will host an investor conference call on Thursday, July 31, 2003, at 2:30 pm eastern time to discuss the results. To access the conference call, dial 1-888-328-2938. Following the teleconference, a replay of the call may be accessed by dialing 1-800-633-8284 and entering the reservation number 21154391. The replay will be available from 4:30 pm eastern time on Thursday, July 31, 2003, to 5:00 pm eastern time on Tuesday, August 5, 2003.

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