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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

dynamic responses determine stability at sea

Posted to for those in motion on the ocean (by Peter Ebbutt) on December 19, 2012

Stabilicube…tracks changes in stability as waves sweep thru, winds gust, liquids transfer via open cross connects, tanks slosh, cargo shifts, water is still trapped on deck, towline angles and tensions change. Stabilicube takes the guess work out of operations at sea.

Laissez faire or just plain blasé

Posted to Far East Maritime (by Greg Knowler) on April 20, 2012

Hong Kong and Singapore have developed into fierce rivals over the last two decades. During that time, both iconic cities have become transportation hubs, Hong Kong as a gateway to China and Singapore as the transshipment point between East and West.

RiverNotes: A Thinking Man's Game

Posted to MarineNews Notes (by Raina Clark) on July 6, 2010

On the upper Mississippi at Lynwood, it was time for the Theresa Wood to drop off two empty barges. To rearrange the tow, the deckhands pulled apart and remade 22 lines; set the sounder and speakers at the head of the tow and ran the cords back to the boat…

Container shipping shambles claims first high profile victim

Posted to Far East Maritime (by Greg Knowler) on November 24, 2011

Some pundits are predicting significant consolidation of the container shipping industry as it is hit from all sides by falling demand and burdened with over capacity and high fuel prices. Among the top carriers, it is hard to see where that…

IL &FS-All Cargo JV to enter ship building/repairs & SEZ

Posted to IL &FS-All Cargo JV to enter ship building/repairs & SEZ (by Joseph Fonseca) on July 27, 2011

in the ship yard and repairs field compared to other players we will however be having world class facility and offer top quality products and services. Our ship repair facility will undertake repairs of 150 to 200 ships per annum and we plan…