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Edison Chouest Offshore

T&T Salvage




Seattle Maritime Academy

Chouest Lawrence Marks Kemp Garcia


Two Win Crowley Scholarships Norsafe Safety Packages for Seafarers life saving equipment maintenance and ? eet with an average age of less than

Crowley Maritime Corporation awarded Norsafe provides STCW and Norwe- training, it is important that ship owners two years. With up-to-date equipment $2,500 Thomas B. Crowley Sr. Memo- gian Oil and Gas (NOROG) compliant and ship management companies focus and well-trained and experienced crew, rial Scholarships to University of North training courses for seafarers, reportedly on this area as it could quite literally be Sanmar provides a variety of services in

Florida (UNF) students Camilo Garcia making it the only lifeboat manufactur- a matter of life or death,” he continued. various ports and terminals around the and Danijel Hadziavdic at a scholarship er that offers production, servicing and coastline of Turkey and Bulgaria.

luncheon. certi? ed training in the operation and Sanmar Celebrates 40 Years maintenance of lifeboats and lifeboat Tugboat builder Caterpillar Names Dealer for Cuba

Ecochlor Selects Drew Marine crew. Norsafe has two modern training and operator San- Caterpillar Inc. has named privately

Ecochlor signed an agreement with academies one in Rosendal, Norway and mar Denizcilik owned Puerto Rico-based company

Drew Marine to assist them in provid- the other in Athens providing STCW and is celebrating its Rimco as the of? cial Cat dealer for ing logistics support for the resupply of Norwegian Oil and Gas (NOROG) com- 40th Anniversary Cuba. Rimco, a longtime Cat partner, its BWTS precursor chemicals at select pliant courses. Norsafe offers life- sav- this year. More currently serves as the company’s dealer ports and harbors. In addition, Drew ing equipment of the highest standard, than 150 tugboats are presently in opera- for Puerto Rico and the Eastern Carib-

Marine will provide chemical storage at worldwide servicing and now with the tion on international seas, the company bean. designated ports, delivery of the precur- addition of STCW certi? ed training, we says. It was in the year 1976 that Orhan The move comes in anticipation of the sor chemicals, and technical support to can con? dently state we’re a complete Gürün, today’s company chairman, to- U.S. lifting its embargo on trade with ships ? tted with the Ecochlor BWTS. safety supplier,” said Michael Røssland, gether with his friend, the late Gökçen Cuba. Upon easing of trade restrictions,

Vice President, Norsafe Academy. “With Seven, incorporated Sanmar Denizcilik. customers in Cuba will be able to pur-

Furuno Establishes China Subsidiary Port State Control Inspections consis- Now celebrating its 40th Anniversary, chase Cat products through Rimco in

Furuno Electric Co., Ltd., announced tently ? nding a 10% de? ciency rate in Sanmar has developed into a force on accordance with U.S. and Cuba regula- that its new subsidiary in Hong Kong has two fronts, ? rstly as a tugboat operator tions. While steps remain until relations been established and has commenced and secondly as a tugboat builder with are fully normalized, including lifting business operation on February 1, 2016. two modern custom built shipyards pro- the embargo, Rimco and Caterpillar will

The new subsidiary, Furuno China, Co., ducing vessels for six continents. continue preparations to best serve the

Limited is Furuno’s wholly-owned sub- Being one of Turkey’s oldest tugboat Cuban marketplace with construction sidiary company incorporated in Hong companies in the private sector has chal- and mining equipment, power systems,

Kong. lenged Sanmar, resulting in a powerful marine and industrial engines.

BV Classes Mega Asphalt Carrier

Classi? cation society Bureau Veritas is classing the 37,000 dwt asphalt carrier

Asphalt Splendor, recently delivered to U.S.-based Sargeant Marine. The vessel was built at Avic Dingheng, China and is one of a series of two designed by Chi- nese design institute SDARI in cooperation with Sargeant. The hot asphalt can be carried liquid at temperatures up to 170 degrees C in 16 independent tanks with a total capacity of 35,666 cu m. Dan Sargeant, President, Sargeant Marine, said, “It is imperative to stay ahead of the game, thinking innovatively when it comes to economics, as well as operations. We are looking forward to the second of these new vessels, also BV classed, which give us a distinct advantage in the marketplace, as there is truly nothing like this out there.”

Key dimensions:

DWT 37,000 metric tons

Length overall: 179.9 m

Breadth: 30.6 m

Depth 16.8 m

Three cargo pumps 500 cu m/h each

Propulsion plant: 1 x Wartsila 5RT-? ex 6.400 kW at 99 rpm

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