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  • Twenty-seven maritime executives from six countries were elected Members of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) at the semiannual meeting of the international ship classification society held in New York City on September 19. This brings to 406 the number of ABS Members. The new Members are: William H. Banks, president, Chevron Shipping Company, San Francisco, Calif.; Rear Adm. William M. Benkert, USCG (ret.), president, American Institute of Merchant Shipping, Washington, D.C.; Howard C. Blanding, assistant vice president, American Bureau of Shipping, New York, N.Y.; J. Byrn, president Genstar Marine Ltd., North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; C.

    Chao, president, China Union Lines Limited, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China; Peter Constas, vice president, Avon Steamship Co., Lake Success, N.Y.; George S. Coumantaros, president, Southern Star Shipping Co., Inc., New York, N.Y., and Jean Coune, assistant managing director, Chantiers de 1'Atlantique, Saint Nazaire, France.

    Also, Adm. Ralph W. Cousins, USN (ret.), president and chief operating officer, Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Va.; N. Cosulich, vice president, Rivtow Straits Ltd., Vancouver, British Colum bia, Canada; Rear Adm. Krishan Dev, vice chairman and managing director, The Shipping Corporation of India, Ltd., Bombay, India; J.R. Elder, vice president and general manager, Collingwood Shipyards Ltd., Collingwood, Ontario, Canada; A.M. Fowlis, president, Seaspan International Ltd., North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; John G. Goumas, J.G. Goumas, (Shipping) Co. S.A., Piraeus, Greece; G.R. Harrison, president, Canadian Marine Drilling Ltd., Calgary, Alberta, Canada; Adm. John B. Hayes, Commandant, United States Coast Guard, Washington, D.C., and R. Henderson, general manager, Kingcome Navigation Co., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

    Also, Peter S. Hepp, president, Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Chester, Pa.; Leslie Jones, vice president, Marsh, McLennan Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Charles G. Kiskaddon Jr., president, Alcoa Steamship Co., Inc., New York, N.Y.; Dr. N.V. Laskey, president, Camat International Transportation Consultants, Ltd., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada; Peter Lygnos, president, Lygnos Bros. Shipping Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J.; Scott Misener, president, Scott Misener Steamships Ltd., St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada; Vice Adm. Robert I.

    Price, USCG, Commander, Atlantic Area and Third Coast Guard District, Governors Island, N.Y.; J. Stitt, general manager-Marine Division, Algoma Steel Corp., Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada; Carl Stuber, president, Cleveland Tankers, Cleveland, Ohio, and Edwin S. Wenzel Jr., assistant vice president, American Bureau of Shipping.

    The American Bureau of Shipping is an international ship classification society that establishes standards, called Rules, for the design, construction, and periodic survey of merchant vessels and other marine structures.

  • Rolls-Royce Holdings Canada Limited, which controls the activities of the Rolls-Royce Group in that country, has been renamed Rolls-Royce Industries Canada Inc. According to company chairman W.J. Mandry, "This new name offers a far more specific and descriptive identity for Rolls-Royce's diverse

  • Vancouver? Projections and studies indicate that global trade will increase and shift to the Pacific due to the demand of resources by China and India. Canada is a resource rich trading nation that spends billions on infrastructure and corridor initiatives as well as global trade agreements. Why now? Updates

  • vessel security assessments and plans for large Canadian flagged vessels that navigate international waters, and the ports that serve them. Transport Canada is implementing International Maritime Organization (IMO) requirements concerning security plans for commercial vessels that operate internationally

  • signed on March 7, 2013.   Together with its Tier 1 subcontractors, Irving is working to  produce a detailed AOPS ship design that delivers best value to Canada while ensuring it meets the 2015 deadline to cut steel on the first ship.  Ongoing projects for Canada also require continued focus.  The shipyard

  • Montreal, Canada, February 20-21 The Canadian Maritime Industries Association's (CMIA) 41st Annual Technical Conference will be held at Montreal's Queen Elizabeth Hotel on February 20-21, 1989. "As a result of the resounding success of the Canadian Shipbuilding & Offshore Exhibition, we have decide

  • October 7-9, Halifax, Nova Scotia 'Technological Advancements in Canada's Hydrocarbon Frontiers' This year's Canadian Offshore Resources Exposition (CORE) and Marine Supply Show, and its associated Conference, will take place in Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 7 to 9. The Conference, with the theme "T

  • Pacific with an opportunity to participate in the large and growing volume of trade between the United States and Western Europe to complement its Canada-Europe service now being operated by CP Ships. The other shareholders of Dart Containerline are Compagnie Maritime Beige S.A. and the C.Y. Tung

  • , Nissho- Iwai Corporation, Chubu Electric, Kyushu Electric, Osaka Gas, and Toho Gas recently announced, after a series of discussions in Japan and Canada, that they have concluded a letter of intent for the sale of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Canada to Japan. Under the terms of the arrangement

  • Canada's newest s e l f - u n l o a d i n g Great Lakes bulk carrier was launched recently at the Collingwood, Ontario, Shipyard of Canadian Shipbuilding and Engineering Limited. Built for the Canada Steamship Lines Division of Power Corporation of Canada, Limited, the laker slipped into the water in

  • Controversy between the U.S. and Canada regarding the rights to the Northwest Passage became a frontburner item recently, based on the deployment by the U.S. of an icebreaker on a rare trip through Canada's disputed Arctic waters. The U.S. Coast Guard's new polar icebreaker Healy is scheduled to

  • Australian National Line, operates a fleet of modern containerships with heavy lift capacity in the Australia/New Zealand trade. This development in Canada is part of a worldwide emphasis on direct representation by ACT, which employs more than 3,000 persons internationally. William G. Gordon, general man

  • MN Dec-19#53   graduates from the U.S. and Canada  the 50th annual gala)
    December 2019 - Marine News page: 53

    held in Pittsburgh, Frederick Wong Jr. is one of eight Sea Awards (AOTOS) presented at PA, the WCI Nominating Committee graduates from the U.S. and Canada the 50th annual gala on November recommended and con? rmed as WCI to earn the 2019 American Association 1, 2019. The awards were presented before

  • MN Dec-19#48  an international border with Canada and  pump; engine derived)
    December 2019 - Marine News page: 48

    FIREBOATS MOOSE BOATS LAKE ASSAULT BOATS Credit: Moose Boats Credit: Lake Assault Boats distance from an international border with Canada and pump; engine derived air conditioning and cabin heat and it experiences some of the most extreme “Lake Effect” heated windshield glass derived from high powered

  • MR Dec-19#37  Liner Condi-
Vancouver, Canada
tion Camera LCC is an)
    December 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 37

    of vessels in challenging conditions Chris Marine throughout the world. “The launch of Prime Mover Controls Inc. our Cylinder Liner Condi- Vancouver, Canada tion Camera LCC is an important step for spect Tel: 604.433.4644 us and for our customers,” said Alexan- exhaust Email: info@pmc-controls.com Web:

  • MT Nov-19#41  using remote  of southwestern Canada, Montana and  Geological)
    November 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 41

    that they can headwaters through a rugged region etry Research Project (IBRP), the U.S. achieve in deeper water or using remote of southwestern Canada, Montana and Geological Survey (USGS) contracted sensing for terrestrial landscapes. Idaho, before meeting the Columbia Quantum Spatial Inc. (QSI)

  • MR Nov-19#90  , UK ,  Stoney Creek, Ontario Canada L8E 5N8 , tel:(905) 643-
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    Ltd, Clittaford Road Southway, Tube-Mac Piping Technologies Ltd., 853 Arvin Ave. Plymouth, Devon PL6 6DE United Kingdom , UK , Stoney Creek, Ontario Canada L8E 5N8 , tel:(905) 643- tel:+44 (0) 1752 723330, sales@siliconsensing.com 90 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • NOVEMBER 2019 Buyers Directory

  • MR Nov-19#78  and conservation of Canada’s 
performance of these)
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    Shipyard tonnes of oil across the Northern Sea Route. The high The future Capt. Jacques Cartier, numbe two of tection, preservation and conservation of Canada’s performance of these tankers under extreme Arctic condi- three Offshore Fisheries Science Vessels (OFSV) to coastal waters.” This milestone on

  • MN Nov-19#95  engineering and industrial en- Canada to join Thomson-Gordon)
    November 2019 - Marine News page: 95

    based mechani- than 15 years of senior ? nance experi- cal seal manufacturer, he returned to U.S. Congressman ence in engineering and industrial en- Canada to join Thomson-Gordon vironments. Clarke brings his strong Ltd, founded by his grandfather in Elijah Cummings background in strategic ? nance

  • MN Nov-19#94 . 
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    extended fuel service maintenance, as well as a ? rst of its kind F.l.T. Telematcis ? ltration monitoring System from Cummins. Credit: Cummins Eastern Canada November 2019 MN 94

  • MN Nov-19#93  Allan Ltd. of Vancouver, Canada. The tugs will push 
barges)
    November 2019 - Marine News page: 93

    Brazil Two modern pusher tugs for Hidrovias do Brasil S.A., have begun operation in Brazil, to a customized design from Robert Allan Ltd. of Vancouver, Canada. The tugs will push barges containing bulk products in the Amazon River sys- tem. This shallow-draft pusher tug, HB PIRARARA and her sister vessel

  • MP Q3-19#24  of import 
line from the US to Canada, and from Norway to Sweden)
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    US- by sea. Prior to that, the gas was predominantly carried by pipe- China trade agreements and the subsequent approvals of import line from the US to Canada, and from Norway to Sweden and the licenses. But, that’s anything but certain. What is certain is that UK, with only very small batches being shipped

  • MR Oct-19#74  , UK ,  Stoney Creek, Ontario Canada L8E 5N8 , tel:(905) 643-
tel:+4)
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    Ltd, Clittaford Road Southway, Tube-Mac Piping Technologies Ltd., 853 Arvin Ave. Plymouth, Devon PL6 6DE United Kingdom , UK , Stoney Creek, Ontario Canada L8E 5N8 , tel:(905) 643- tel:+44 (0) 1752 723330, sales@siliconsensing.com 74 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • OCTOBER 2019 Buyers Directory

  • MR Oct-19#52  of shipyard experience 
in Canada and the US in ship repair)
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    marine engineer- ing and shipyard experience, starting out in ship operations as a Marine Engineer at sea, followed by 32 years of shipyard experience in Canada and the US in ship repair and ship construction Rollie graduated from the Canadian Coast Guard College in 1974. The Evolution of Marine Design s

  • MN Sep-19#54  and job 
tional Union of Canada; Anil Mathur,  ber expert)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 54

    empowers operators with en- en, President of the Seafarers Interna- ABS has appointed well-known cy- hanced on-water productivity and job tional Union of Canada; Anil Mathur, ber expert Ian Bramson as its Global predictability. He also will support the September 2019 MN 54 MN Sept19 Layout 50-59.indd

  • MN Sep-19#52  Brill as 
his career at IBM Canada. Rheault has 
Data Analytics)
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    , of Business Administration from the petrochemical, and power. He started University of North Florida. FUELTRAX Appoints Brill as his career at IBM Canada. Rheault has Data Analytics Director JAXPORT Adds Wheldon to Johnalan Brill joins FUELTRAX as degrees in both Electrical Engineering Commercial

  • MN Oct-19#15  
purchased by Hike Metal in Canada for 
the SAR market as)
    October 2019 - Marine News page: 15

    and 10 units deployed and in use globally. We will announce those that we can; to date we’ve told the world about an SM300 purchased by Hike Metal in Canada for the SAR market as well as an SM300 purchased by MARAD and installed on an MSRC Kvichak oil skimmer boat. The autonomous market for the maritime

  • MR Sep-19#58  , UK ,  Stoney Creek, Ontario Canada L8E 5N8 , tel:(905) 643-
tel:+4)
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    Ltd, Clittaford Road Southway, Tube-Mac Piping Technologies Ltd., 853 Arvin Ave. Plymouth, Devon PL6 6DE United Kingdom , UK , Stoney Creek, Ontario Canada L8E 5N8 , tel:(905) 643- tel:+44 (0) 1752 723330, sales@siliconsensing.com 58 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • SEPTEMBER 2018 Buyers Directory

  • MT Jul-19#73 , USA; Fredericton, Canada; and Banbury, UK. QPS)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 73

    advanced tools. Netherlands, and has subsidiary offces located in Ports- • Fledermaus: 4D geo-spatial analysis, with movie mak- mouth, USA; Fredericton, Canada; and Banbury, UK. QPS ing tools and integrated video. is a SAAB Group Company since 2012. • Qarto: rapid, automated ENC production from high resolution

  • MT Jul-19#69  been conditionally approved by Canada’s Ocean Super-
ing a smaller)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 69

    Kraken Robotics Inc. subsidiary, Kraken Robotic Systems, cost-effective platform in comparison to an ROV by requir- has been conditionally approved by Canada’s Ocean Super- ing a smaller vessel and fewer crew; having the capacity cluster to progress OceanVision, a three-year, $20 million for multiple co-located

  • MT Jul-19#66 MTR 100
Canada to the Fore
Tom Mulligan reports on how the)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 66

    MTR 100 Canada to the Fore Tom Mulligan reports on how the Canadian government, industry and academia are advancing the boundaries of ocean and marine technologies. Canada has the longest coastline and the fourth-largest World’s largest towing tank ocean territory in the world, and Canadian companies are

  • MT Jul-19#63  beam coverage. 
www.sensortechcanada.com
tal sensor PTZ (UltraOptics)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 63

    zoom + introduced the 9600 LED Modular Light Sensor Technology 5x digital zoom (10x total) 21MP digi- with powerful wide beam coverage. www.sensortechcanada.com tal sensor PTZ (UltraOptics) Situational With 3,000 lumen value per light head, SensorTech has embarked on a signi? - awareness with 120-degree

  • MT Jul-19#51  said, 
Cellula 
Vancouver, BC, Canada; President/CEO: Eric Jackson
No)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 51

    factors. Jennifer Pallanich © Equinor. Photographer: Roar Lindefjeld and Bo B. Randulff Barrier management is crucial, she said, Cellula Vancouver, BC, Canada; President/CEO: Eric Jackson No. of Employees: 35; www.cellula.com Cellula Robotics has developed a fuel cell powered long powered with 250kWh usable

  • MT Jul-19#28 MTR 100
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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
President/CEO: Greg Johnson
No)
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    MTR 100 RBR Ottawa, Ontario, Canada President/CEO: Greg Johnson No. of Employees: 60 rbr-global.com Photo: RBR RBR has maintained a year-over-year growth rate of over more attentive sales and technical support and enter into closer 20%. RBR customers are actively using Generation³ products collaborations

  • MT Jul-19#24  Robotic Systems 
Mount Pearl, Canada
President/CEO: Karl Kenny
No)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 24

    , Precision Marine Geodetic Systems and EchoSweep deployments all over the world. LinkQuest’s line of Track- systems. Kraken Robotic Systems Mount Pearl, Canada President/CEO: Karl Kenny No. of Employees: 50 • www.krakenrobotics.com Kraken designs and develops high performance, software- that supports Robotics

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