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  • MR Nov-18#34 Work‘bots’
T  e near-shore and inland workboat f  eet is)
    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 34

    Work‘bots’ T e near-shore and inland workboat f eet is at the leading edge for autonomous vessel development t’s happening now. Out ahead Sea-Machines also partnered with More recently, towboat operator KO- While the advent of au- of the rulemaking process, au- Marine Spill Response Corporation TUG

  • MR Sep-18#14 It’s not where you are It’s 
About the Author
where you)
    September 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 14

    It’s not where you are It’s About the Author where you should Captain Paul Whyte MBE AFNI, Associ- ate Master Mariner, LOC has 37 years’ seagoing experience and 12 years’ sea command. LOC is an independent ma- that matters be rine and engineering consultancy and ECDIS & ELECTRONIC DATA survey organizat

  • MP Q2-18#50 STATISTICS
C  & C  p : ontainerships ontainer orts
t’s no)
    May/Jun 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 50

    STATISTICS C & C p : ontainerships ontainer orts t’s no secret that ports have become an indicator for overall in Twenty-foot Equivalent Units (TEU) – the international market changes. That bit of wisdom comes from Descartes standard measure of containerized cargo. According to the IDatamyne, a global

  • MN Apr-18#33 t’s no secret among marine stakeholders that ballast)
    April 2018 - Marine News page: 33

    t’s no secret among marine stakeholders that ballast water regulations remain a top concern at the start of I 2018, and a confusing one, to say the least. Hence, if someone offers to sell you a clear, concise and complete ballast water instruction manual, move that email over to your spam

  • MP Q3-17#30 Featured Port
“One puzzle is that since nobody moves)
    Sep/Oct 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 30

    Featured Port “One puzzle is that since nobody moves (freight) this way, it’s harder to get people to participate and to get cost estimates – that’s been the challenge. ‘COB’ will upset habits, that COB will help people realize there are other ways to move products.” – Dennis Wilmsmeyer, ACP executive

  • MP Q3-17#25 roads are require ongoing capital investments. Many of)
    Sep/Oct 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 25

    roads are require ongoing capital investments. Many of the We expect all sectors will beneft from an alignment of most transformative projects are multi-year and extremely ex- NOPB and Port NOLA. With control over a larger portion pensive. Both maritime and rail associations have been mak- of the supply

  • MR Sep-17#26 Maritime Security
The maritime industry must redouble its)
    September 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 26

    Maritime Security The maritime industry must redouble its efforts to secure IT systems and data. BY WILLIAM P. DOYLE In June, Maersk Line A/S’s informa- the following suggestions, all of which out violating the Shipping Act. More to Exchange. The OOCL brand, headquar- tion systems were severely disrupted

  • MP Q3-17#11 n June, Maersk Line A/S’s information systems were se-)
    Jul/Aug 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 11

    n June, Maersk Line A/S’s information systems were se- password “1234” thereby gaining access to the ship’s com- verely disrupted by the so-called Petya virus. FMC provid- munication system. Ied Maersk with relief to help them get through the diffcult I contacted x0rz through email connected to its

  • MP Q4-16#18 INTERVIEW
rective actions, and keeping procedures up to)
    Q4 2016 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 18

    INTERVIEW rective actions, and keeping procedures up to date. Outside of her daily duties at Matson, Swanson is a member of the BSR Clean Cargo Working Group, something that bills itself as a “leading global carrier-shipper initiative dedicated to environ- mental performance improvement in marine container

  • MP Q1-16#16 INSIGHTS
Weighing in on Maritime 
Human Resources Trends
Ind)
    Q1 2016 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 16

    INSIGHTS Weighing in on Maritime Human Resources Trends Industry recognizes the need to invest in its people like never before. But are the skills and headcount there? By Phil Parry t’s hard to look forward to 2016 without re

  • MP Q4-15#40 OFFSHORE OUTLOOK
Oil Downturn Gives FPSO Labor Market)
    Q4 2015 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 40

    OFFSHORE OUTLOOK Oil Downturn Gives FPSO Labor Market Pause Image courtesy Prillen (2011) Depressed prices, cost reductions put workers on notice. By Patricia Keefe t’s starting to look a lot like, well, not Christmas, that’s There are two oil prices that drive investment decision in for sure. The

  • MP Q4-15#12  pay for) another owner’s pollution,” Cox writes, adding )
    Q4 2015 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 12

    Entrepreneur up (or pay for) another owner’s pollution,” Cox writes, adding Whatever the language of Ocean Clean-Up’s concept, that, “I also think there should be acceptance by all who have the worthiness meter is off the scale. As if the Paci? c pile- polluted. Commercial maritime has a degree of

  • MR Nov-15#98 WORKBOAT ANNUAL
HEAVY LIFTING
What goes Up, Must Come)
    November 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 98

    WORKBOAT ANNUAL HEAVY LIFTING What goes Up, Must Come Down Offshore Decommissioning The Two North Seas & a $77B Market By William Stoichevski t’s hard to know the true worth for world’s advanced, high-spec offshore the call because they are “heavy lift.” gold-rush-like hysteria in what seemed a vessel

  • MT Oct-15#52 ROV & AUV Report: Norway
Fishing for V
With more than)
    October 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    ROV & AUV Report: Norway Fishing for V With more than 50 offshore service vessels (OSVs) laid-up in the North Sea due to less drilling, ? eet owners with ? sheries roots are showing signs of “going back” to the past for “new” ideas on how to adapt in lean times. Fitting and testing novel equipment and

  • MT Oct-15#43 Credit: William Stoichevski
Big screen banner: Ocean)
    October 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 43

    Credit: William Stoichevski Big screen banner: Ocean Clean-Up CEO Boyan Slat above a captivated Nor-Shipping 2015 audience. poised, slightly giddy Slat says in a modest victory address out? t’s founder and chief executive after a crowd funding ef- that drew laughter and applause. He says he got the idea

  • MN Mar-15#42 WATER TREATMENT
Dometic’s Workboat Play
Workboat operators)
    March 2015 - Marine News page: 42

    WATER TREATMENT Dometic’s Workboat Play Workboat operators are taking a second look at Dometic’s SeaXchange Reverse Osmosis Systems as missions expand and demands on these vessels increase. By Joseph Keefe t’s no secret that Dometic Group’s products are sold in matic fresh water RO system for further

  • MN Oct-14#40 INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS
I
t’s no secret that the domestic)
    October 2014 - Marine News page: 40

    INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS I t’s no secret that the domestic, inland marine busi- ness can be conservative in its approach to adopt new technologies, but then, this can probably be said of the global waterfront, as well. But the market is changing, driven by larger corporate entities moving into these

  • MR May-15-77#26  
Why do people pay to read 
Marine Engineering/Log when there)
    May 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 26

    WHY DO PEOPLE WHO Why do people pay to read Marine Engineering/Log when there are tree marine magazines lying around all over? It must be good. It is. (It has to be!) The fact is that today's commercial vessel is a fast- changing, complex, high engineered mechanism. It takes ME/L's large expert

  • MR Jul-78#18 Gulf Oil Announces 
Organization Changes 
At GT&T)
    July 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    Gulf Oil Announces Organization Changes At GT&T Division The following organization changes and personnel appoint- ments have been announced by H.I. Goodman, president of Gulf Trading & Transportation (GT& T) Company, a division of Gulf Oil Corporation. Named vice presidents in GT& T's

  • MR Aug-15-78#20 Raytheon Marine Offers 
Line Of Commercial 
Doppler)
    August 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 20

    Raytheon Marine Offers Line Of Commercial Doppler Speed Logs A complete line of commercial doppler speed logs is now avail- able from Raytheon Marine Com- pany. The doppler speed logs, which are manufactured by Raytheon Company's Submarine Signal Di- vision in Portsmouth, R.I., will be

  • MR Oct-15-78#3 Our LTG reheat boiler. 
For increased reliability in)
    October 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3

    Our LTG reheat boiler. For increased reliability in today's energy-saving reheat steam plants. The LTG (Low Tempera- ture Gas) reheat boiler from Combustion Engineering uti- lizes either C-E's reliable V2M-8 or V2M-9 boiler configuration, with a separately fired, water- cooled reheat furnace

  • MR Nov-78#45 Our LTG reheat boiler 
For increased reliability in)
    November 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 45

    Our LTG reheat boiler For increased reliability in today's energy-saving reheat steam plants. The LTG (Low Tempera- ture Gas) reheat boiler from Combustion Engineering uti- lizes either C-E's reliable V2M-8 or V2M-9 boiler configuration, with a separately fired, water- cooled reheat furnace

  • MR Dec-78#19 Our LTG reheat boiler. 
For increased reliability in)
    December 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    Our LTG reheat boiler. For increased reliability in today's energy-saving reheat steam plants. The LTG (Low Tempera- ture Gas) reheat boiler from Combustion Engineering uti- lizes either C-E's reliable V2M-8 or V2M-9 boiler configuration, with a separately fired, water- cooled reheat furnace

  • MR Jan-15-81#7 $5.5-Million Navy Contract 
Awarded To Honeywell 
Honeywel)
    January 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 7

    $5.5-Million Navy Contract Awarded To Honeywell Honeywell Incorporated, De- fense Electronics Division, Train- ing and Control Systems Center, West Covina, Calif., has been awarded a $5,485,468 cost plus- fixed-fee contract for AN/BQR- 21 operational engineering, class installation, and hull