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  • Archibald (Archie) Irvine has been named general manager and chief surveyor for AMT Panama, S.A.

    Mr. Irvine, a resident of Panama for the past 30 years, has been working as an engineer and manager of operations for major local and international corporations.

    He is a licensed surveyor for Lloyd's Register, the American Bureau of Shipping, and other classification societies.

    A marine engineer, Mr. Irvine also has served as a chief engineer with Esso. He offers assistance to shipowners with technical surveys, advice and port engineering supervision on the repair and maintenance of marine equipment including diesel and steam machinery.

    AMT Panama, S.A. was organized and activated in the fourth quarter of 1982 as part of AMT's Inc. of Miami, Fla., marine service network. The new company serves Panama Canal traffic as well as Central American and south Caribbean ports. The office mailing address is P.O. Box 10296.

    Panama 4, Panama. Tel. (507) 64- 1435/21-26-29. Telex 368-2720.

  • The Texaco Caribbean, a very large crude carrier (VLCC) of 269,800 deadweight tons, built for the fleet of Texaco Panama Inc. by IHI (Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.), was christened recently in ceremonies at the IHI shipyard in Kure, Japan. The vessel was delivered last month and

  • A maritime symposium sponsored by the Republic of Panama will be held at the new Atlapa Conference Centre in Panama City from September 20-22. The symposium has attracted an eminent group of speakers including Sir Y.K. Pao, C.P. Srivastava, Phillip Loree, Charles Kiskadon, Shigeo Nagano, Paul Slater

  • Northville Industries of Huntington Station, N.Y., has announced the receipt of a contract with the government of Panama to conduct the first stage of a crude oil supertanker transshipment terminal on the Pacific Coast. The award authorizes Northville Industries to proceed with a feasibility study

  • The Panama Canal is a strategic crossroads for maritime traffic, and is arguably one of the most important maritime developments in the past century. Here we take a deeper dive into the history behind that famous strip of waterway.The present canal, which saw its first vessel transits in 1914, along with

  • Tracor Hydronautics recently delivered a Part Task Training Aid Marine Simulator to the Panama Canal Commission. The simulator is now located in Balboa, Republic of Panama. It will be used as part of an overall program in the training of pilots for the Panama Canal in ship handling. The simulator

  • Capt. Justin Bonanno, chairman of the Board of Local Inspectors of the Panama Canal Commission, has established a scholarship fund at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy to benefit Panamanian students enrolled there. The scholarship was established in memory of his late wife, Jeanne. It consists of a

  • Panama Canal expansion will cost operators, insurers As the Panama Canal prepares to celebrate its 100th anniversary, insurers are warning of the increased risks that will arise from the plan to double the cargo-carrying capacity of the world’s most famous canal. In a report entitled Panama Canal 100:

  • Eastern Marine, Inc., Panama City, Fla., recently signed a contract with the Fishers Island Ferry District, Fishers Island, N.Y., for the construction of a 162-foot by 33-foot by 9-foot 10-inch double-screw Caterpillar- powered passenger/auto ferry. The new vessel will be put into service in the

  • Eastern Marine, Inc. of Panama City, Fla., recently delivered the towboat Eagle, the ninth vessel of a 10-vessel contract that was signed with Central Gulf Lines, Inc. of New Orleans, La. The vessels are operated by Compass Marine Gulf, Inc., also of New Orleans, and have a scheduled run between New

  • Eastern Marine, Inc. of Panama City, Fla., recently delivered the 166-foot supply vessel Trinity River to Transportation Resources, Inc. of Houma, La. The vessel, built at Eastern's shipyard in Panama City, is the fourth of a five vessel package which includes the Leaf River, Pine River, Roaring

  • Stolt-Nielsen Inc. has completed the move of its Ship Management Department from Greenwich, Conn., to Panama City, Fla. The company, a market leader in the worldwide parcel tanker trade, made the move to secure long term overhead cost savings to stay competitive with other ship managers operating

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    Carrier Ordered Ferry Division. The launch took place at engines with two engines powering one Kyushu Electric Power Co., Eastern’s Allanton facility in Panama City, Reintjes DUP 3000 P combining gear and Inc. has engaged in long term Fla. The series are named after fallen sol- one 36 RV6 ECS/285-2 Voith

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  • MP Q4-19#49  China  the expansion of the Panama Canal.
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    a similar 8.0% decline in Octo- clude population dispersion and ber. Both of these sharp declines are a direct result of the China the expansion of the Panama Canal. tariffs. The table below recaps the inbound TEU volume at the In the latest month, 53.1% of inbound containers at the Top 10 Top 10 U.S. ports

  • MP Q4-19#25  Michael in 2018, where Port Panama  today. Being able to)
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    Additionally, our ports have provided support after large disas- to all systems across seaports ters, including Hurricane Michael in 2018, where Port Panama today. Being able to access this technology will be critical to City donated acres of land for frst responders to help the com- opening port operations

  • MR Dec-19#18  devel-
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    is equipped with a Binary Ship Type Bulk Carrier Ship Builder Oshima Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. Cycle Power Generation System devel- Ship Owner FGL Mast Panama S.A. oped by Kobe Steel Ltd. Ship Operator Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. Ship Designer Oshima Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. Binary Cycle Power Generation Sys- Deliv

  • MR Nov-19#81  tonnage:  311,374 tons
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    to the sea Vessel Particulars Length o.a.: 339.5 m Breadth: 60 m Depth: 28.5 m Gross tonnage: 160,597 tons Deadweight tonnage: 311,374 tons Flag: Panama The new vessel is equipped with a scrubber that is compliant with the Inter- national Maritime Organization’s (IMO) more stringent SOx emission regulation

  • MR Nov-19#25  Nelson Street, Panama City, FL 32401
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    NEW CONSTRUCTION • REPAIRS • CONVERSIONS 2200 Nelson Street, Panama City, FL 32401 Email: [email protected] www.easternshipbuilding.com TEL: 850-763-1900 Diversity Visit Us at Booth #3115 Underway Dec. 4-6 in We look forward to serving you in 2020 and beyond! New Orleans MR #11 (18-25).

  • MP Q3-19#15  provide ROI to shareholders.  Panama. MIT offers an array of)
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    order to meet customer de- sight solution with Manzanillo International Terminal (MIT) in mands, maintain proftability and provide ROI to shareholders. Panama. MIT offers an array of handling services, providing con- nectivity to 129 ports in 48 countries. After leveraging Tideworks How many terminals/customers

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    . McQuone of St. John’s the Evange- the company’s then President Beverly ESG Designation: Hull 225 Aft Capstan: Markey Machinery, list Catholic Church of Panama City Bisso White. White was instrumental Fuel Oil: 28,000 USG Tow Hook: Washington Chain & Supply blessed the vessel and Father Luke in the management

  • MR Oct-19#33 HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL
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    HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL fuel costs due to IMO2020 could prompt (as termed by the eminent geography be 400,000 TEUs in 2014. bound from the Gulf of Mexico to the 1.2 million TEUs inbound to the U.S. professor Jean-Paul Rodrigue) as a link Panama Canal Authority, now deriv- U.S. West Coast. to

  • MR Oct-19#31 HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL
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    HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL early 2016. By 2019, multiple export travelling in ballast…” typically after (which began in late 2015); these move shipping, has the potential to bring about facilities had already come online, with discharging on the U.S. West Coast and on Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs)

  • MR Oct-19#30 HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL
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    HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL IMO2020, impacting all aspects of shipping, has the po- tential to bring about a backslide in the East Coast’s traf? c gains. Joshua Hurwitz, Senior Consultant at port designer ? rm Moffaft & Nichol has made the case that in- creased fuel costs due to IMO2020 could prompt 1.

  • MR Oct-19#29 HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL
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    HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL in the event of military activity, drove an ef- lantic. Transits by other well known, but long to be the ? rst ship through the widened canal, fort at Canal expansion, in the early 1940s, gone, U.S. carriers including Grace Line, sailing westwards. Five days later, in the

  • MR Oct-19#28 HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL
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  • MR Oct-19#27 HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL
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    HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL Panama Canal The Panama Canal is a strategic crossroads for maritime traf? c, and is arguably one of the most important maritime developments in the past century. Here we take a deeper dive into the history behind that famous strip of wateray. By Barry Parker he present canal

  • MR Oct-19#26 HISTORY THE PANAMA CANAL
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    Image Credit: © 2019 Martijn Gijsbertsen / Marco Vet 34 Born to Design CEO Basjan Faber powers C-Job full steam ahead. By Greg Trauthwein The Panama Canal 26 At long look at the strategic crossroads for the maritime world By Barry Parker U.S.Merchant Marine Academy Maritime Museum. Look Back, 40 Forge

  • MR Sep-19#48  the 
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    that will become effective 8V4000M55R-N Tier III gas safe main engines. dependent tank connection spaces attached to the in 2025. The 12,470-ton Panama-? ag ships will mea- Additional to the engines, MTU also acts as the LNG tank, one for each engine. sure 138 x 23.6 x 8.3 m and will be delivered

  • MT Sep-19#44  to NUWC Newport or NSWC Panama City. But 
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    in either think we’re well known. We’re not big – about 150 people government, the private sector, or in academia. – compared to NUWC Newport or NSWC Panama City. But what I ? nd exciting is the fact that we have scientists who Part of our governance is the NATO Science & Technol- come here with their

  • MP Q3-19#8 , and with the expansion of the Panama Canal now safely in our)
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    breakbulk every day. This story, central to the editorial focus of this folio, begins on page 28. else … Separately, and with the expansion of the Panama Canal now safely in our choppy wake, the advent of ever larger vessels, expressed in terms of deadweight tons, TEU capacity, deep draft or any of

  • MR Aug-19#71  and with a capacity of up to Panamax. In addition to the docks)
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    facility offers three (3) graving OSVs, MPSV’s, offshore construction vessels, diesel electric vessels, dredges, docks and with a capacity of up to Panamax. In addition to the docks, the facil- ATB’s, offshore tugs, Z-drive harbor tugs, inland towboats, ro-ro/passenger ity also offers modern, enclosed

  • MR Aug-19#64 , Dubai is the leading mari- Panama Maritime Authority.
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    the Middle East, India and Cluster and the Maritime Cluster of the Despite this success, the region re- says. Africa region, Dubai is the leading mari- Panama Maritime Authority. mains a challenging market for ship- “This includes regulating, controlling time center and at a global level, now “The co-operation

  • MR Aug-19#56  accommodate the large post-Panamax  prietary jacking systems)
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    raising’ is to in this sandbox. ZPMC has four pro- ZPMC impressively owns and oper- in three to four months (after engineer- accommodate the large post-Panamax prietary jacking systems available for ates 25 heavylift ships ranging in ca- ing), and at about one-third the price of tonnage, but this involves

  • MN Aug-19#79  
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