NYK Vessel Rescues 336 in the Mediterranean
On July 14, Hermes Leader, a car carrier operated by NYK Line, rescued 336 people in the Mediterranean Sea. On July 14, the vessel received an emergency call for help while sailing to port of Gioia Tauro, Italy after transiting the Suez Canal.
Executive Director, Georgia Trade School
MarPro caught up with Ryan Blythe as part of the “Shipyard Recruitment, Training and Retention Roundtable” in the 4Q 2014 edition. Blythe weighs in on the challenges ahead for recruiters, trainers and the prospective shipyard employees themselves.
Aqueos Adds Manager for Special Projects
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Long Beach Harbor Commission Elects Officers
The Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners elected Lori Ann Farrell Harrison as its new Board President on Monday. The…
The Marine Engineering Handbook
MarEngine English Underway by Wieslawa Buczkowska is a marine engineering English handbook that can be used as a practice…
DSM Dyneema Names President’s Successor
Gerard de Reuver has elected to step down as President of DSM Dyneema on August 1, 2015 after five years in the post, the company announced today.
Cargo Ship Refused Access to Paris MoU Region
General cargo ship M/V Georgiana H, IMO number 8911413, was detained in Marina di Carrara, Italy on July 17, tallying as…
Keppel Makes a Clean Sweep at WSH Awards
Keppel Group has clinched 35 awards at this year's Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Awards, organised by the Workplace Safety…
BG Group Recognised by FTSE4Good Again
BG Group has been recognised for its long-term commitment to and investment in sustainability for 15 consecutive years on the FTSE4Good index.
Keppel Comes Out Tops at WSH Awards
Keppel Group has clinched 35 awards at this year's Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Awards, organized by the Workplace Safety…
their aquatic habitat by means of swimming. fresh water. small lobsters without claws (there are exceptions). pleopods which are well adapted for swimming. than the body. relatively wide. movement. feeders. of the marine type found in large groups over the continental shelf.
Go East, Young Man, Go East
A recent report from Zepol, a Minnesota-based company that provides U.S. import and export data, implies that importers are beginning to move their business from the U.S. West Coast to East Coast ports. In fact, they characterize the trend as…
series of waves propagating upstream as the tidal flow turns to rising. bay. flow conditions and the river channel bathymetry. changes in boundary conditions and freshwater inflow. spring tidal ranges and low freshwater flow conditions. wavefront followed by a train of secondary waves.
name from its slow speed (about two knots) and its method of feeding. exclusively on plankton and other small plant and animal matter. width and almost three feet vertically). gills. lower jaw. over the gills, it goes through the gill rakers. hooks that trap the food and divert it to the esophagus.