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Kongsberg Announces China Office & Training Center

Mar 16, 2012

Official opening for Kongsberg Maritime China's new office and DP Operator Training Center.      Global marine technology developer Kongsberg Maritime’s China division, Kongsberg Maritime China Ltd, has opened its new premises in Shanghai…

Hutton's Appoints General Manager

Mar 12, 2012

Hutton’s, a UK-based ship supplier, has appointed a General Manager to work at its new head office in Hull, England. David Greenwood brings to Hutton’s a wealth of experience having been responsible for running international logistics and supply operations for almost 20 years…

GD Appoints Novakovic President & COO

Mar 09, 2012

General Dynamics Board Elects Novakovic to Be President and Chief Operating Officer. General Dynamics announced that its board of directors has elected Phebe N. Novakovic, 54, to be the corporation's president and chief operating officer reporting to Jay L…

Braemar Issues Second Edition of Guide to Hull and Machinery

Mar 08, 2012

Marine survey reports frequently contain engineering terminology, which can often be unfamiliar to the non engineers in the wider spectrum of the shipping industry. In an attempt to bridge this gap, Braemar (Incorporating the Salvage Association)…

Fendercare Marine Receives BV Certification

Mar 05, 2012

Fendercare Marine’s diving services has announced that they have recently been awarded Bureau Veritas approval to carry out in-water surveys.“Receiving this approval confirms our commitment to safe and sustainable procedures” comment Bob Macmillan Fendercare’s Diving Services Director…

Coast Guard Detains Vessel in Portland

Mar 01, 2012

The Coast Guard has since Sunday taken action in three unrelated marine safety cases, which has protected the environment, protected mariners and protected the maritime transportation system in the port of Portland, Oregon.Sector Columbia River’s recent activity began around 11 a…

WSS Expands in South America

Mar 01, 2012

Wilhelmsen Ships Service (WSS) annonced plans to expand in South America to serve the growing cruise and offshore sectors.Prior to this month’s Cruise Shipping Miami, Area Director Henrique Schlaepfer said: “South America continues to be an area of concentrated investment for WSS…

Kåre Jonsson appointed Group Senior Specialist

Feb 28, 2012

Volvo Penta´s engineer Kåre Jonsson has been appointed Group Senior Specialist within the Volvo Group for his unique propeller competencies.   Group Senior Specialist is an honorary title that is awarded to individuals with unique skills…

Global AUV Fleet set to Increase Substantially

Feb 23, 2012

Douglas-Westwood: The AUV market will continue to be dominated by North American activity; Military and research sectors to have 90% market share by 2016.The global AUV fleet is increasing and demand for autonomous underwater vehicles is…

Survey Capabilities Enhanced with Kongsberg

Feb 23, 2012

Permanently installed and portable hydrographic instruments ordered. Kongsberg Maritime is supporting the Spanish Hydrographic Institute in expanding its survey capabilities during the first part of 2012 following official equipment acceptance…

MMA Unveils Transas Simulator in ABS Commons

Feb 23, 2012

Massachusetts Maritime Academy unveils new simulation facilities in newly opened American Bureau of Shipping Information Commons Building.Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA) recently hosted the grand opening ceremony for the start-of-the-art…

One Voice: CESA & EMEC Unite

Feb 23, 2012

One voice for the European Shipbuilding and Maritime Engineering and Manufacturing Industry. The European shipbuilders and the maritime engineering and manufacturing companies share common interests, concerns and policy objectives. They serve global…

Vessel Design with the Crew in Mind

Feb 22, 2012

Before any keel is ever laid, naval architects spend considerable time in determining how exactly the vessel must come together. All great marine craft still need skilled and competent crews to make them maneuver and perform as their design intended…

Sennebogen Quickens Turnarounds

Feb 21, 2012

Sennebogen accelerates turnaround, reduces costs in Charleston port with supersized electric drive scrap handler.  The port facility receiving scrap metals for the nearby steel mill is now unloading barges and filling haul trucks 25% faster with its SENNEBOGEN 880 R-HD material handler…

CMA Shipping 2012: Are You Ready for New ECDIS Regs?

Feb 21, 2012

Admiralty brings free Digital Integration Workshop to CMA Shipping 2012 to help shipping companies plan for digital navigation. Admiralty announced today the next Digital Integration Workshop will be held at the Connecticut Maritime Association’s Shipping 2012 show in March…

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Texas Tanker Bottleneck Grows on Slow Freeport LNG Restart

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