Caterpillar Acquires ESRG Technologies
Caterpillar Marine has completed the acquisition of ESRG Technologies Group, LLC, a vessel monitoring and data analytics company in the marine industry. The acquisition includes ESRG’s software suite for the remote monitoring and diagnostics…
Director of the New York State Canal Corporation
Brian U. Stratton, Director of the New York State Canal Corporation since April 2011, oversee the operation and development of New York’s 524-mile Canal System, including the Erie Canal.
Collins Named Port of Seattle’s Public Affairs Director
Port of Seattle CEO Ted J. Fick has appointed Julie Collins as a member of the Port’s executive team, effective May 1. As…
Steelhead Introduces a New Yacht Crane
Steelhead Marine, a North American crane manufacturer, has expanded its product offering with the launch of the new E Series 1000 crane.
Severn Trent De Nora's OMNIPURE Systems Get USCG Approval
The new OMNIPURE™ Series 55/64 marine sewage treatment systems from Severn Trent De Nora have received final certification…
Taylor to Chair NOIA Board
The National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) Board of Directors has elected Cindy B. Taylor as Chair and Kevin McEvoy…
Australia's Largest Solar Plant Complete
The final solar panel has been installed at the Southern Hemisphere’s largest solar photovoltaic (PV) plant in Nyngan, New South Wales…
Canada's Ferry Operators Highlight Safety
As Canadians remember the tragic sinking of the Korean ferry, MV Sewol, one year ago today, Canada’s ferry operators remind…
Unnecessarily Snarled in Traffic
Intermodal answers include the water.It was just last week that the (challenged) Keefe family packed up the SUV and set out for a little bit of spring break fun, mixed in with a college visit for my son, who will be a senior in high school next Fall.
CMA, WOW – and YOU
The ‘human element’ moves to the forefront at the Connecticut Maritime Association’s 30th annual event, and then, later, at the 7th annual Women on the Water gathering at Kings Point.I must admit that I struggled to come up with an overriding…
USLHS Light Vessel 117
Light Vessel 117 was built for the US Lighthouse Service in 1930 by Charleston Drydock & Machine Company for $274,000. Its single screw was driven by a 350 HP electric motor powered by four 75 KW diesel engine generators. Not built for speed, the ship had a maximum speed of 10 knots.
Removal of oil from Zalinski wreck
The U.S. Army Transport Brigadier General M.G. Zalinski served as a general cargo ship for the War Department from 1941 until it sank on 26 September 1946 in the Grenville Channel of British Columbia’s Inside Passage. The 251-foot ship was built in 1919 in Lorain, Ohio as SS Lake Frohna.