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OceanSaver Names Houtan Houshangi Interim CEO

Nov 15, 2011

OceanSaver, a leading global provider of class-approved, high capacity ballast water treatment (BWT) systems, today appointed Houtan Houshangi as interim Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.Houshangi replaces Stein Foss who successfully…

CrewInspector.com: Change Crew Management Software

Nov 14, 2011

CrewInspector.com an online crew management software provider conducted an online survey asking its corporate website visitors crewing agents, vessel owners and managers to answer question if they are happy with their current crewing software they utilize within their company…

Delta Wave Introduces StratosMax II Nomadic with Wifi

Nov 11, 2011

Delta Wave Communications, LLC, an Elite Stratos Channel Partner is pleased to announce that they have been selected as Stratos’ distribution and installation partner for the new StratosMax II Nomadic WiMax service. With up to 1Mbps service…

OceanWorks Names Business Development Manager

Nov 10, 2011

OceanWorks welcomes Keith La Rose to its team in the position of Business Development Manager – Military in Vancouver office.  Acting as Business Development Manager for the military industry, Keith’s primary function will be to expand OceanWorks’…

MAN & Maersk: Innovative Diesel Engine Partnership

Nov 09, 2011

MAN Diesel & Turbo announced the first order for its second generation EGR system, to be applied aboard a Maersk Line container vessel – the 4,500-teu new building #2358. The system will be fully integrated with the vessel’s main engine, a two…

Alewijnse Presents its Revolutionary River Radar

Nov 08, 2011

Alewijnse Marine Systems is introducing a revolutionary river radar based on the latest technology and including many new features. The Inland Navigation Radar is being presented for the first time at the Europort exhibition from November 8 to 11 in Ahoy…

New Oceanographic Data in Major Ship-Routing Trial

Nov 08, 2011

New data that enables ships and superyachts to improve their routing efficiency is being trialled with a major cruise line company. The data, provided by oceanographic data specialist Tidetech, will allow captains and deck officers to route their vessels more efficiently…

Thomas Gunn and Regs4ships Team Up

Nov 07, 2011

Simplifying the bridge environment must be one of the greatest challenges faced by the shipping industry. Thomas Gunn is delighted to announce that it has teamed up with Regs4ships, to provide a complete bridge solution for the navigator…

IMCA Puts DP in the Spotlight

Nov 07, 2011

As befits the 50th anniversary of the advent of dynamic positioning (DP), the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has turned the spotlight on this invaluable technology. Earlier this year ‘Guidance for developing and conducting…

GIS Marine selects MarineCFO

Nov 04, 2011

MarineCFO Inc. said that GIS Marine, Inc. has chosen to implement the full MarineCFO Enterprise software suite. GIS Marine is now providing a fleet of supply vessels and crew boats to support oil and gas operations in the Gulf of Mexico. GIS…

Opening the Artic for Business: The Risk-based Approach to Polar Code

Nov 04, 2011

The IMO’s Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Equipment (DE) is working on a mandatory Code for ships operating in Polar waters — widely known as the Polar Code, to supplement other regulatory instruments, including SOLAS and MARPOL. The Code will…

STUDY: Ballast Water Measures Are Falling Short

Nov 04, 2011

Not Enough Ships Able to Flush Out Invasive Species Before They Reach Port, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center ReportsInvasive species have hitchhiked to the U.S. on cargo ships for centuries, but the method U.S. regulators most rely…

MOL commits to Martek BNWAS

Nov 03, 2011

Mitsui OSK Line has made a firm commitment to install Bridge Navigational Watch and Alarm Systems (BNWAS) on board its ships ahead of regulatory requirements. The company has taken the opportunity of the drydocking of 17 of its vessels so far this year to install the Martek Marine Navgard BNWAS…

AIS Antennas Help Owners Monitor Traffic

Nov 03, 2011

When navigating shipping lanes and busy harbors, the ability to monitor speed and direction of other vessels is particularly important.  Automatic Identification System (AIS) technology, originating from the shipping industry, has been a great help to recreational boaters in these areas…

AIS-SART Processor IC - The Future of Marine Search & Rescue

Nov 02, 2011

CML Microcircuits has announced the launch of the new cutting-edge Marine AIS Search and Rescue Transmitter (SART) processor, the CMX7045.The CMX7045 is a highly integrated and flexible baseband processor fulfilling the needs of an AIS-SART and meeting IEC 61097-14 requirements…

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