Mack Trucks

  • In the era of consolidation on the maritime diesel engine market, it is refreshing to report news of a new competitor.

    Mack Trucks - well known and regarded for the quality, durability and life-cycle performance of its products in land based markets - has created a new business unit, MackPower, dedicated to manufacturing, marketing and servicing a lineup of mack diesel engines for a variety of uses, including marine applications.

    "There is a lot of potential in the marine (pleasure craft and commercial) market," said Carrie-Ann Baker, manager, sales and marketing. "Mack is known for its durability, reliability and power, and that's what we're delivering to the marine market." The unit's initial entrant is the Mack E7 mechanical design engine, and the popular Mack E7 E-Tech engine, which is a six-cylinder, 12-liter model featuring an electronic pump-in-line injection system. Both engines offer excellent power-to-weight ratios, and have proven to be miserly in terms of fuel consumption.

    Mack's robust E9 engine, which is a 16-liter V8 design, will be ready for market in the fourth quarter of 2000, and an electronic version of the E7 engine will be available in the first quarter of 2001, said Baker.

    The biggest challenge in readying the proven diesel for marine applications was selection of the correct marinization package, which will ensure the engine is protected in adverse conditions posed by the maritime environment as well as ensure that the engine is producing to its highest potential.

    Baker admits that extensive test cell work and testing delayed the engine's entrance a bit, but contends that the wait is well worth it and that these units are very worthy of the Mack name.

    Initial power ratings on the marine size (which have been designated MP ME7 engines) will range from 350 to 650 hp.

    Commercial and industrial engines (designated MP IE7) will range from 350 to 500 hp. Marine engines include both raw water-cooled and keel-cooled models.

    "The Mack engine is a well-known, well-respected product that has proven its mettle for decades," said Scott Kress, Mack vice president, business development, and the general manager of the MackPower business unit.

    The company is currently developing its distribution network, a network that will be dedicated specifically to the commercial, industrial and marine markets.

    The company is also offering financial assistance.

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  • —Literature Available A new firm, MCR Engineering Company, based in East Walpole, Mass., founded in July 1988 by Stuart Robinson and Tom Mack, now provides service and parts support for CP propellers, thrusters and control systems. Herb Reinert and Bob Bergquist have since joined the company. Mr.

  • directors: Harrv S. Keefe, Talbot, Bird & Co., Inc.; Warren P. Noll, Royal Insurance Companies; John E. Greene, Hartford Insurance Companies ; William Mack, American International Marine A g e n c y; Richard N. Maiocco, Aetna Insurance Company; Sam V. Tranchina, Great American Insurance Company; and

  • demand, CISCO'S program helps its customers satisfy their present production needs, enabling them to bid additional work. CISCO'S principal officers, Mack E. Reifers and Christopher S. Gallo, have serviced shipbuilding and repair companies with skilled manpower numbering up to 600 craftspeople. The

  • operation of eight U.S.-flag LNG carriers. Also in attendance at the presentation were Senators Strom Thurmond (R-SC), J e s s e Helms (RNC), and Mack Mattingly (RGA) along with representatives of the Hague Post. Speaking at a reception following the presentation, Maritime Administrator John Gaughan

  • —Literature Offered The Hyster Company of Danville, 111., has announced the expansion of its versatile XL line of lift trucks with the addition of seven new models in the Challenger 70-110XL series and the Challenger 135-155XL series. The Challenger 70-110XL series will offer lift trucks with capacitie

  • A long time coming, a growing trucking crisis is now certainly here. An important piece of the intermodal supply chain equation faces steep challenges in 2018, and beyond.Looking back at what has led us to our current trucking situation; it can be argued that “we saw this coming.” For more than a decade now

  • Maritime College, is a regular part-time Research Associate. Robert B. Marshall is a part-time Research Associate in Shipping Economics, and D.M. Mack-Forlist is a consultant in Shipbuilding Management. Prof. Edward V. Lewis, who has served as director of research since 1961, has accepted a ninemonth a

  • risers and riser racks were added for deepwater operation, and damages incurred during five years of operating in the Gulf were repaired. Robert (Mack) McCowin, superintendent of the Western Pacesetter II, commented, "I've never seen a rig refitting run on schedule, but we made it." Walter Carrico

  • he need for increased operating efficiencies for container terminals collides with the demands of a Tier 4 regulatory climate. Fortunately, you can achieve the former goal while satisfying your thirst for latter.   Ports and container terminal operators everywhere are faced with many challenges. A shifting

  • The Company: Jagco Industries is a manufacturer of Flexible metal hose assemblies for automotive, Inland Marine, industrial, trucking & Rail. It also manufactures “UNI-FLEX” exhaust couplers for cars & trucks. More familiar to workboat clients, the firm also manufactures Expansion Joints, Pump Connectors

  • Diamond Manufacturing Company, Inc. has delivered a set of four revolving crane travel trucks to the North Carolina State Ports Authority at Wilmington. The crane manufacturer, who also specializes in supplying component parts such as booms, gantries, travel trucks, etc., was recently awarded the

  • MN Nov-19#42 PROPULSION
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    November 2019 - Marine News page: 42

    PROPULSION covers the power range of 1-22MW. shore engineering and construction group, where a RoPax Recent breakthrough orders in the ferry segment in- vessel equipped with the Azipod system was compared to a clude the Azipod propulsion system speci? ed for an LNG- conventional vessel with shaft line

  • MN Nov-19#40 PROPULSION
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    November 2019 - Marine News page: 40

    PROPULSION The ferry’s Aurora and Tycho Brahe, originally built in 1991,were converted to battery power with 4160 kWh batteries on board each vessel. The scope of the project also included battery racks, ABB’s award-winning power distribution system Onboard DC Grid, as well as energy storage control

  • MP Q3-19#48 Advertiser Index
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    Advertiser Index Page Company Website Phone# 9 Connecticut Port Authority www.CTPortAuthority.com (860) 577-5174 21 CPE Certifed Port Executive www.certifedportexecutive.com (902) 425-3980 1 Kalmar www.kalmarglobal.com Please visit us online C2 Nor thwest Seaport Alliance www.

  • MP Q3-19#43 ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW
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    ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW tomers, but we need to continue to clear the air. We’ve met goals promising equipment, matched with infrastructure upgrades. Un- in the past and costs started high. But they’ve dropped and we see derstand where and why there are bottlenecks – from construc- that (decline) continuing

  • MP Q3-19#42 ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW
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    ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW “We’re like a giant test bed. We’re very concerned about impacts on customers, but we need to continue to clear the air. We’ve met goals in the past and costs started high. But they’ve dropped and we see that (decline) continuing as we keep working at it.” – Matt Arms, Acting

  • MP Q3-19#41 ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW
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    ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW hen it comes to maritime related environmental issues, start to reverse these emissions. Additionally, and importantly, no two ports in the world have been more active, per- CO increases are sometimes allowed as a tradeoff. In their report Wsistent – and successful – than the San

  • MP Q3-19#38 LNG BUNKERS
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    LNG BUNKERS According to Steve Cadden, the chief operating officer of SEA/ LNG, an industry group that promotes the use of LNG as marine fuel, there are 168 LNG-fueled ships in operation today and another 177 on order. In addition, there are 141 ‘LNG-ready’ ships — dual-use vessels that could be converted

  • MP Q3-19#37 LNG BUNKERS
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    LNG BUNKERS Credit: Eagle Credit: Shell ships powered primarily by LNG. It’s amazing the number of Taino. This newly designed terminal is a frst-of-its kind, shore- companies that are lining up to till this fertile ground. to-ship, LNG bunkering facility. Eagle LNG’s Talleyrand LNG Bunker Station is built

  • MP Q3-19#22 INSIGHTS
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    INSIGHTS THE CYBERSECURITY CHALLENGES FACING THE MARITIME INDUSTRY ever in history have we had more access to better goods, about 90% of international trade is carried out by sea. Seaborne produced at lower costs, reaching larger swathes of popu- trade has contributed to improved standards of living

  • MP Q3-19#15 When the TOS tide comes in, all the 
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    When the TOS tide comes in, all the boats foat. It isn’t hard to see why. ter years of experience as the technology division for Carrix, Inc., space is the integrated ability to leverage ‘big data’ produced by ter- which operates in more than 250 locations worldwide. With this minal operations. This

  • MP Q3-19#2 September/October 2019  Volume 9 Number 5
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    September/October 2019 Volume 9 Number 5 CONTENTS Marine and intermodal terminal operators are not the only players in the supply chain where Tideworks is involved. Through our joint venture partnership, Advent Intermodal Solutions, we also provide Port Community Systems and a host of other solutions

  • MR Oct-19#65 V
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    V VESSELS NYK: World’s Largest LNG-Fueled PCTC NYK placed an order for what it dubs Vessel Particulars the world largest pure car and truck Length o.a. 199.95 m carrier (PCTC) capable of navigating Breadth about 38 m oceans with only LNG as the main fuel. Total car capacity 7,000 units A keel laying

  • MR Oct-19#39 MARINE DESIGN  BASJAN FABER, CEO, C-JOB
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    MARINE DESIGN BASJAN FABER, CEO, C-JOB Main Particulars MO 9741918 Length o.a. 135.4m Breadth max 27.9m Breadth hull 23.0m Draft max 4.4m Gross Tonnage 15,483 Net Tonnage 5,566 Deadweight 1,451 t Main engines 2x ABC dual-fuel 12DZC and 2x ABC

  • MR Oct-19#11 PAUL CHALMERS, PRODUCTION 
MANAGER, IS INTRODUCING 
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    PAUL CHALMERS, PRODUCTION MANAGER, IS INTRODUCING OUR ZERO-EMISSION FUEL CELLS FOR DRAYAGE TRUCKS. Paul is proud to be part of the team that brings you more zero-emission vehicles on the road. From transpor- hydrogen-electric solutions for port transportation. Thanks tation to hydrogen generation and

  • MR Oct-19#6 MARITIME
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  • MN Sep-19#36 builds, St. Johns Ship Building will begin work on a)
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    builds, St. Johns Ship Building will begin work on a sec- ond pair of identical tugs, as well as a pair of 39-ft truck- able tugs, for Smithbridge. Separately, St. Johns Ship Building built the 190-foot landing craft Grand Master II for Bahamas Ferries. Propul- sion is provided by twin Cummins QSK19 engines

  • MN Sep-19#33 ways looking at growing markets.” Never fully dependent)
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    ways looking at growing markets.” Never fully dependent on the oil and gas market, it has been able to keep business steady during the downturn in that sector. Now aluminum offshore service vessels, especially for the offshore wind market present an opportunity the company is exploring. Today, there

  • MN Oct-19#35 SHORTSEA SHIPPING
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    SHORTSEA SHIPPING service linking Stockton, California cessful short sea runs in Europe, the in our intermodal equation – deserve with the deepsea container docks at waterborne route from Norfolk into the same consideration as every other Oakland saw more than $10 million Baltimore is actually

  • MN Oct-19#33 SHORTSEA SHIPPING
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    SHORTSEA SHIPPING “We are investing $700 million to expand the capacity at The Port of Virginia and it is important that we grow our barge capabilities in parallel.” – John Reinhart, CEO and Executive Director of the Virginia Port Authority (VPA) The three programs mentioned above, today small in THE

  • MN Oct-19#32 SHORTSEA SHIPPING
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    October 2019 - Marine News page: 32

    SHORTSEA SHIPPING All the Right Moves (Finally) (Finally) Credit: Port of New Orleans Marine Highways Gain Traction in the Intermodal Supply Chain By Barry Parker n the United States, landside infrastructure is at a crisis smaller niche ports, would drive the cost of (coastwise) point. Congestion

  • MN Mar-19#50 HYBRID PROPULSION
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    HYBRID PROPULSION cent Harbor Harvest Hybrid project taking place on Long to propel the vessel at 16 knots. The XPAND battery system Island Sound is another example of this generational shift. uses XALT’s pouch format lithium-Ion cells and assisted The recognition by the Marad Administration, Department

  • MN Mar-19#47 REGULATORY REVIEW
iner and his/her employer under scrutiny.)
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    REGULATORY REVIEW iner and his/her employer under scrutiny. For example, the like in 5 or 10 years. One thing will likely remain the same. Coast Guard not only regulates the marine industry. It also The process that’s been in place for over 25 years – the regulates the chemical testing industry – the

  • MN Mar-19#38 INLAND PORT PROFILE
“The Ports have significant projects)
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    INLAND PORT PROFILE “The Ports have significant projects through (DOT’s) FASTLANE and TIGER (grants) that we will be completing. We are reinvesting in the infrastructure that draws traffic.” – Vanta Coda II, CEO at Indiana Ports port and reconfgure waterfront rail infrastructure. It also The new rail

  • MN Mar-19#37 INLAND PORT PROFILE
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    INLAND PORT PROFILE KY metropolitan area. Coda described these types of in- vestments as “long-term plays because in our industry we, metaphorically, run marathons.” Regarding markets, Coda was asked whether shifting, and unsettled, federal tariff issues were impacting Ports’ business. He said that