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Civil engineers update their report card on ports

Posted to Martin Rushmere (by Martin Rushmere) on March 31, 2013

In what is essentially an update of a 2012 report, The American Society of Civil Engineers has awarded a C grade to the nation’s seaports and their efforts to keep up with essential maintenance and improvement. Much of the report I covered in…

Indian dredging companies face a bad patch

Posted to Indian dredging companies face a bad patch (by Joseph Fonseca) on October 3, 2012

Dredging business is said to have passed through a bad patch in the past few months with many small players losing heavily in some of the contracts undertaken by them. Among these were mostly new comers into the field who in a hurry to make…

BC Ferries - a Case Study in Blended Maritime Assessment - Part 1

Posted to Maritime Training Issues with Murray Goldberg (by Murray Goldberg) on April 2, 2012

Blog Notifications: For the latest maritime training articles, visit our company blog here. You can receive notifications of new articles on our company blog by following the blog.Share this blog post.Follow me on Twitter.IntroductionAssessment in the maritime industry is a huge subject.

Politics: As Usual?

Posted to Global Maritime Analysis with Joseph Keefe (by Joseph Keefe) on March 28, 2012

With another Presidential election coming up fast, the usual alliances are in place and we can expect another polarized election, just like the two that preceded this one. Or, can we? A savvy, Washington-based maritime attorney once told me that three months is a lifetime in any election cycle.

South China terminals face capacity overhang as demand falters

Posted to Far East Maritime (by Greg Knowler) on March 15, 2012

South China’s annual throughput was close to 60 million TEUs last year. There is no cluster of ports in the world that can boast that kind of volume, which enabled the province of Guangdong to claim a third of China exports. The rise of manufacturing…

Delta Mariner

Posted to Maritime Musings (by Dennis Bryant) on January 31, 2012

The M/V Delta Mariner was recently involved in a bridge allision on the Tennessee River near Cadiz, Kentucky. There were no reports of injury or pollution. The incident is under investigation and it is premature to speculate as to the cause.

Anglo Eastern innovate Advance Process Instrumentation Trainer

Posted to Anglo Eastern innovate Advance Process Instrumentation Trainer (by Joseph Fonseca) on July 4, 2011

Since simulators, ship-in-campus and other systems have their limitation for imparting training to marine engineers in some of the advanced areas Anglo Eastern Maritime Training Center has come up with an innovation for imparting training to…

USCG to Use Flashbangs to Enforce Maritime Security Zones in Puget Sound

Posted to Maritime Transportation Security News and Views (by John C.W. Bennett) on December 13, 2010

The 13 Coast Guard District has announced that moving maritime security zones in Puget Sound will be enforced with flashbangs fired from shot guns aboard Coast Guard assets escorting high value vessels. The flashbangs will be fired in front…

Hail the New Trading Era

Posted to Martin Rushmere (by Martin Rushmere) on September 2, 2010

Maersk, the Wal Mart of the ocean, has been at the forefront of critics of the fledgling container derivatives market. (In March, boss Eivind Kolding called the business "a casino.") This week a UK retailer sued Maersk for alleged breaches of contract on price and services.