28722 members and growing – the largest networking group in the maritime industry!

LoginJoin

Sunday, December 15, 2019

Marine Cargo Vessel Inspection Surveyors and Consultancy in Saudi Arabia

Posted to Global Marine Cargo Vessel Inspection Surveyors and Consultancy (by Vietnam Inspection Company) on July 30, 2014

Saudi Arabia Inspection in   Saudi Arabia/ Expediting/ Surveillance/ Inspector/Expediter/  Quality control/ Testing/ Certificate/ Marine Surveyors/Superintendent P&I Correspondents Insured cargo, marine investigation & adjusting in   Saudi Arabia, Countries. Dr Capt.

Hot Air

Posted to Global Maritime Analysis with Joseph Keefe (by Joseph Keefe) on April 22, 2014

The events surrounding last week’s deadly South Korea ferry disaster are still playing out in the news, across web sites like this one, on television and myriad other media outlets. It isn’t yet clear what exactly caused the tragedy in which…

WHO SHOULD BE THE DESIGNATED DRIVER?

Posted to BoatbuildConsult.com (by Phil Friedman) on December 16, 2009

Just about every boatyard uses the expression, “On time and on budget.” But in reality, how many major build or refit projects meet those criteria? Very, very few, if any. There is a plethora of factors working to prevent a project from coming in on time and on budget.

Investing in Subsea Technology Development

Posted to Brazilian Subsea and Maritime News (by Claudio Paschoa) on November 12, 2009

Cenpes, or (Center for Rearch and Development Leopoldo Americo Miguez de Mello) was started in order to develop necessary offshore technologies that Petrobras desperatly needed with the advent of the begining of the big offshore fields discovered in the Campos Basin.

Port strike not doing Hong Kong any favours

Posted to Far East Maritime (by Greg Knowler) on April 3, 2013

A port strike is not something normally associated with Hong Kong, but the biggest terminal operator in the city has been crippled for six days now, with no sign of a resolution. Hongkong International Terminals, or HIT, says the strike is costing it more than US$600…

Three for the Money (Yours)

Posted to Global Maritime Analysis with Joseph Keefe (by Joseph Keefe) on February 13, 2013

This week, I was at a loss for what to write in this column until I saw a little snippet advising that the U.S. Coast Guard was trying its hand at the new, so far mostly mysterious Maritime Labor Convention (2006). And, that’s what they are supposed to do.