Asia

  • All of Singapore's major shipyards will participate in the Marintec Asia 79 Exhibition in Singapore, June 11-15, 1979.

    The exhibition is being held in conjunction with four separate but interrelated seminars, with the common theme of marine transportation.

    The participation by both local and other s h i p y a r d s f r om throughout the world is seen by Marintec Asia organizer Hugh Stanton as further evidence of the growing importance of the Southeast Asian market for shipbuilding and ships' gear supply.

    The Singapore shipyards exhibiting at Marintec Asia 79 are Hitachi Zosen Robin Dockyard, Jurong, Keppel, Mitsubishi, Panasia, Promet, Robin, and Sembawang.

    Other exhibiting shipyards include Dixie Dredge Co. (USA), Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (Korea), Hongkong United Dockyards, Kalmar LMV (Sweden), Malaysia Shipyard & E n g i n e e r i n g , and Philippines Shipyard.

    Other shipyards will feature on the national group stands which are being mounted by the U.S.

    Department of Trade, the Netherlands Council for Trade Promotion, West Germany, and Japan.

    The Marintec Asia 79 Exhibition is being held in conjunction with the following seminars: "Shipcare 79" — theme of which is cost-effective ship operation, maintenance and repair; "Seatec II" — devoted to port works and dredging; "Inter Island Shipping" — maritime transportation as a means of economic development, and "Cargo Handling" — improving land-sea interface conditions.

    Sponsors of Marintec Asia 79 are: SEDB—Singapore Economic Development Board; IAPH—International Association of Ports and Harbours; SASAR — Singapore Association of Shipbuilders & Repairers; ICHCA — International Cargo Handling Co-ordination Association, and UNESCAP —United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.

    For further details, write to Marintec Asia 79, 53-55 Chipstead Valley Road, Coulsdon, Surrey, U.K.

  • Chuan Hup Holdings Ltd.'s joint venture company Asia-Pac Geraldton Pte Ltd. had secured an $11.6 million contract to build seven high-speed patrol boats for the Singapore Police Force (Coast Guard). Asia-Pac Geraldton is a 50-50 joint venture between Chuan Hup's wholly-owned subsidiary Asia- Pacific

  • The first cement carrier ever built in Taiwan was delivered recently to her owners, Asia Cement Corporation, by China Shipbuilding Corporation's Keelung Yard. Named Asia Cement No. 1, the vessel is now operating in Taiwan coastal trade. The 6,000-dwt ship constitutes an important step in the

  • Jardine Offshore Promet Pte. Limited, one of the leading steel fabricating firms in Southeast Asia, recently signed a license agreement with Paceco, Inc., a subsidiary of Fruehauf Corporation, 'to manufacture offshore equipment, to Paceco design, at their Singapore production facilities. Jardine is a

  • Keppel Hitachi Zosen (KHZ) has delivered a Semi-Submersible Self-Erecting Tender Rig (SSETR) to Smedvig Asia Ltd (Smedvig). The SSETR was named West Alliance by Mrs. Patricia Chan, wife of Mr. Chan Heng Wah, Drilling Manager of Esso Production Malaysia Inc, at a naming ceremony held in Keppel Shipyard

  • Data Inc., a global ocean shipping research and information technology firm based in Jacksonville, Fla. Several ocean carriers in the transpacific and Asia/Europe routes made capacity cut-backs in the last three months of 2001. according to the January 2002 World Liner Supply report from ComPair Data

  • in all weather conditions. American President Lines, Inc., owns and operates a fleet of 22 U.S.-flag vessels trading between North America and North Asia/ South Asia and the Middle East on a regularly scheduled basis, and is installing Raytheon RAYCAS units aboard their vessels. For further i n f

  • Asia Pacific Shipyard, a wholly owned subsidiary of Promet Private Limited, recently launched its fourth supply vessel, NMS 211.— making it the 16th vessel to be built by the Promet Group for National Marine Services, Abu Dhabi. Measuring 176 by 38 by 14 feet, the $3.5- million (US) vessel is fitted

  • Transamerica Delaval, Lawrenceville, N.J., has taken an important step to strengthen its position in the Southeast Asia energy markets with the establishment of an office in Singapore to be headed by Donald B. Reed, it was announced recently. The office is expected to be operational in September.

  • , recently re-organized its export sales operations. The main changes involved locating regional executives in Europe and Southeast Asia to provide greater service to customers and assistance to overseas agents and associate companies. Based in Liege, Belgium, J. Houba has taken up

  • company due to arrive in late October. Two cement carriers f r om Taiwan's U-Ming Marine Transport Corp were also recently repaired — the 19,651 dwt Asia Cement No.7 and the Asia Cement No.l. The passenger/car ferry Super Ferry 2, which is operated by Aboitiz Jebsens, Philippines, recently underwent

  • division manager and has held that position until his present appointment. L.E. Walker has been named vice president and general manager, South East Asia Operations, Oceanic Contractors, Inc. Mr. Walker joined the company as a field engineer in 1968, and has held engineering positions with Oceanic

  • MR Nov-19#61  the various new markets, like Asia 
and the US. 
“Larger turbines)
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    vessel utilization is also key for owners, which is why Paterson expects WTIV vessels will need to work around the world in the various new markets, like Asia and the US. “Larger turbines, eg. 10-15MW, will mean a smaller number of turbines will be required to reach a wind farms generation capacity, likely

  • MR Nov-19#54 , created in 
Southern Asia to recycle  the shipbreaking)
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    facilities in business model could eventually lead to court rulings, such as the Harrier case, gal?”, the Basel Convention, created in Southern Asia to recycle the shipbreaking opera- have indicated that this lack of aware- 1992, “forbids transportation of hazard- their vessels. tions around

  • MN Nov-19#93  has expanded into the coun- Asia. Powered by twin inboard)
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    ? ant is an increasingly popular platform, with multiple vessels in service in the US, the Caribbean, and USA-based Metal Shark has expanded into the coun- Asia. Powered by twin inboard Cat Marine diesel engines try of Peru, with a new patrol boat order now in produc- coupled with Hamilton water jets, the vessel

  • MN Nov-19#24  has come to revisit OPA 90 so 
Asia to North America. This)
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    of proving maritime disaster policy. The region following trade routes from an evolving Arctic Region, and ensure time has come to revisit OPA 90 so Asia to North America. This level of its pristine environment is protected that it re? ects the unique challenges of activity in the Arctic is unprecedent-

  • MP Q3-19#25 .
for ethane carriers. Yards in Asia currently are in competition)
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    m³ VLECs years ago) in that they can burn from shipyards in Korea, again setting new unit capacity records ethane as fuel. for ethane carriers. Yards in Asia currently are in competition for While the frst VLEC entered into service in 2016, ethane ship- a pair of similarly sized ships for the UK-headquartered

  • MP Q3-19#24  their 
manufacturing centers in Asia, Europe and South America)
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    of which seek to beneft from a rush of ethane trade into key the pipeline, waiting for the projects that are underpinning their manufacturing centers in Asia, Europe and South America. construction to be approved. Most seek to transport U.S. eth- The strong demand for ethane has created an entirely new ship-

  • MP Q3-19#18  
growth in the Middle East and Asia? And, then there’s the)
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    expecta- Wtions of tonne-mile demand? Maybe it is the reputation of each vessel’s shipyard? How about refnery capacity growth in the Middle East and Asia? And, then there’s the enforce- ment of tighter regulations with stricter safety and environmental standards? And, what about that clean energy “transition

  • MR Oct-19#62  the Netherlands in  East and Asia Paci?  c with a continuous)
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    key markets like the Middle IACS is also developing a data-driven Against this background of change, of? ces in Turkey and the Netherlands in East and Asia Paci? c with a continuous policy in its decision-making. The im- classi? cation societies have been inves- addition to its existing of? ces in the

  • MR Oct-19#53  for the offshore industry in Asia. 
Then computers arrived)
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    Vancouver companies. Concurrently, Robert Allan Ltd began working for Singapore shipyards and owners designing unique vessels for the offshore industry in Asia. Then computers arrived and the drawing boards put in storage. New design processes had to be developed to make the best use of the new tools. This

  • MR Oct-19#36  to explore naval architec- Asia and Australia in the future)
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    the Americas, with an eye on “Other than that, I really don’t have one But the young man with the big dreams to a university to explore naval architec- Asia and Australia in the future. “But we speci? c mentor. In general, I am very could not be con? ned under the employ ture at the age of 11, and I’m

  • MR Oct-19#29  choice 
2016)
of steel from Asia and Europe were in nascent)
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    , gan to take shape in the mid-1950s. Imports massive expansion project, and vessels with US importers will have a much wider choice 2016) of steel from Asia and Europe were in nascent dimensions of 1,200 x 161 ft. with a 49 ft. of options routing goods from the Far East. Courtesy of the Panama Canal

  • MN Sep-19#16  
reposition those vessel to Asia for much cheaper alterna-
tives)
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    vessel owners are able to and more accustomed to commercial ”Auxiliary USNS/ MARAD/MSC” vessels. However; we see changes ahead reposition those vessel to Asia for much cheaper alterna- tives when it comes to regulatory dockings. We do get 3 coming for all government sector vessels; including but not to 5

  • MR Sep-19#13  world’s decar-
particularly in Asia, the Middle East, Af- measure)
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    are growing stronger, Whether the gas is being sold as a tion for a full scale FSRU and a small- about LNG’s role in the world’s decar- particularly in Asia, the Middle East, Af- measure of energy content (MMBtu) scale unit, but smaller units can be more bonization efforts. rica and South America. or weighted

  • MT Jul-19#42  in the UK, US, Norway, Brazil, Asia Paci?  c, and Aus-
FSO)
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    17 locations and 10 shore bases around the world, includ- erations for the Ailsa FPSO in the North Sea, the Benchamas ing in the UK, US, Norway, Brazil, Asia Paci? c, and Aus- FSO 2 in Asia, and mooring line replacement on two FPSOs tralia. In 2019, InterMoor continued the roll-out of the IM in West Africa

  • MP Q3-19#32  with box shaped 
Columbia to Asia.  holds. They add, “With)
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    .” The ? eet includes Atlantic and Paci? c oceans, with a major run being British ice-strengthened dry-cargo vessels- many with box shaped Columbia to Asia. holds. They add, “With our diversity in size and tonnage we Specialized vessel con? gurations are an important ele- offer transport solutions to

  • MP Q3-19#16  of 40,000cbm  across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa)
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    , its 31,000 dwt market and continue to expand and strengthen global networks A-class vessels boast a cargo intake capacity of 40,000cbm across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas. and lifting capacity of 700 tonnes. In 2018, one of these mega- MPVs transported a record 45 wind blades

  • MR Aug-19#63  using a com-
2  “Danfoss Powers Asia’s First E-ferry in Taiwan)
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    . gines: When a higher tier engine is ret- pack producing 136 kWh. AC power is an earlier hybrid solution using a com- 2 “Danfoss Powers Asia’s First E-ferry in Taiwan.” ro? tted into a ship (e.g., a Tier 4 engine converted to DC using VACON NXP petitor’s drive technology. Danfoss. Accessed

  • MN Aug-19#85  gions, including Southeast Asia, South America, Aus-
Since)
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    . Vesconite Bearings supplies rudder bearings, stern tubes, on-board marine parts and polymer stock to various re- The Case: gions, including Southeast Asia, South America, Aus- Since marine breakdowns can take place anywhere, tralia, the Middle East and Africa, and North America, the number of Vesconite-stocki

  • MR Jul-19#42  loss hotspot, South East Asia, and  Maritime Security
weather-)
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    and from 98 losses 12 months earlier, driven supply takes center stage. by a signi? cant decline in activity in the global loss hotspot, South East Asia, and Maritime Security weather-related losses (10) halving after There remain several large geopoliti- quieter hurricane and typhoon seasons. cal

  • MP Q2-19#46 . Despite signs of improvement, Asia will remain a 
Emissions)
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    , accounting for one in ?ve over ?ve years. here in 2018 (12), although this is signi?cantly down from 29 a year earlier. Despite signs of improvement, Asia will remain a Emissions compliance brings new challenges hotspot for marine claims due to its high level of trade, busy ship- Regulation limiting sulphur

  • MP Q2-19#45  a third of the 26,000+ in-
East Asia, and weather-related losses)
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    damage is the a signi?cant decline in activity in the global loss hotspot, South major cause, accounting for more than a third of the 26,000+ in- East Asia, and weather-related losses (10) halving after quieter cidents over the past decade – twice as many as the next highest hurricane and typhoon seasons

  • MP Q2-19#40  out mostly between Europe, Asia-Paci?c and North 
eLearning)
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    vessel operators, organizational headquarters to dominate, the tide is turning toward increasing levels of online were spread out mostly between Europe, Asia-Paci?c and North eLearning and video instruction, music to the ears of seafarers America. A smaller percentage of respondents were headquar- that

  • MP Q2-19#27  and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacifc region.
Credit:)
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    the world. Ronald Reagan, the Carrier Strike Group Five (CSG 5) fagship, is on patrol in the Philippine Sea supporting security and stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacifc region. Credit: U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kenneth Abbate and base post of?ces on Navy installations, in ?ve

  • MP Q2-19#25  tracked very closely. “CASREPs  Asia affair back in 2013.  
can)
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    to correct CASREPs integrity issues that arose following the Glenn Defense Marine are given high priority and are tracked very closely. “CASREPs Asia affair back in 2013. can limit a ship’s ability to conduct its mission, so the parts are The HSP contractors have already been vetted and approved