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ALLIED SIGNAL CAPROLAN 2000 SEAGARD ROPE 303 KIENE DIESEL DIESEL ACCESSORIES 341
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CASTROL MARINE OILS, CDX 30/MLC 30 133 MARCO SEATTLE OIL SKIMMERS 189
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Merger Of Two Lines
Forms World's Largest
Ocean Fleet Operator
Two Japanese shipping lines re- cently merged to form what is said to be the world's largest global ocean fleet operator.
The new line, Navix, was formed by the merger of Japan Line Ltd.,
Tokyo, a leading tanker operator, and Yamashita-Shinnihon Steam- ship Co., Tokyo, a major bulk car- rier operator. Navix Line will oper- ate a fleet of 246 oceangoing ves- sels. 46 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News
According to the Jones Act, any ships that carry cargo from one U.S. port to another must be built in a
U.S. shipyard. If these vessels un- dergo an "entire rebuilding," the work must also be performed at a
Judge Green ruled that the
Coast Guard has been inconsistent in its decisions involving the work carried out on U.S.-flag vessels by foreign shipyards. In the past, the
Coast Guard had generally required all structural work to be performed in U.S. yards, while permitting non- structural work to be carried out at foreign yards. Judge Green wants the agency to clearly define struc- tural and non-structural work.
U.S. shipyards might benefit from the decision if new Coast
Guard rules force owners to carry out certain ship repairs domestically rather than abroad as in the past.
Coast Guard To Reexamine
Rules On Ship Repair
Because of a recent court deci- sion, the U.S. Coast Guard will review its rules governing the extent to which U.S-flag ships can have work performed in foreign ship- yards without jeopardizing the ves- sels' eligibility for U.S. domestic trading. Any changes in the rules would affect both U.S.-flag vessel owners and U.S. shipyards.
The decision was issued by U.S.
District Court Judge Joyce Hens
Green as part of a case involving the U.S.-flag cruise ship Monterrey, which underwent an extensive re- furbishment at U.S. and Finnish shipyards.
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