Shoreside Buyers

  • Stolt Parcel Tankers, Inc. selected Marine Management Systems' (MMS's) FleetWORKS, an inventory and maintenance software system, for six chemical tankers and shoreside at its Houston, Texas office. Subsequent installations are planned over the next 12 months for the remainder of Stolt's 60-ship fleet. Stolt is utilizing FleetWORKS for equipment management, spare parts inventory, consumable inventory, requisitioning and planned maintenance.

    "FleetWORKS offers Stolt the ability to effectively consolidate maintenance and inventory information for remote ship and shore locations," said Robin de Goutiere, preventative maintenance manager at Stolt. "Shore personnel can immediately perform fleet-wide analysis and generate reports with FleetWORKS for cost-efficient ordering and overall streamlined fleet management." MMS incorporated a variety of enhancements which Stolt required into the latest FleetWORKS release. One such customization is an interface between FleetWORKS and Stolt's existing AS400- based Purchasing System. This seamless interface allows requisitions to be created onboard the vessels and sent electronically to the buyer's desk. "In all," saysKen Bloom, Stolt's business systems manager, "the introduction of FleetWORKS represents a significant re-engineering of the entire purchase practice. We expect to realize significant benefits from a variety of fronts." MMS also consulted Stolt in the design of its spare parts inventory and planned maintenance databases. By utilizing a combination of equipment identifiers across the fleet and specific manufacturer's codes, Stolt effectively manages its FleetWORKS systems on both a class-byclass basis as well as a fleet-wide basis.

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  • mouth of the Mississippi, will be used to load coal for export to Europe and the Far East. The terminals will take aboard coal from river barges or shoreside coal-handling stations, then move to deep water and load the coal on oceangoing vessels for transport. Two trips, a total of 12 hours loading

  • Over the past few years, we have provided regular analysis of the maritime and offshore industry mergers and acquisitions (M&A) markets. But what goes into those decisions and transactions? This quarter, an overview of the basics of mergers and acquisitions – the players, the process and the terminology –

  • IndustrialSoup. Inc. has established MarineSoup.com to provide an independent marketplace for buyers and sellers of virtually all raw material, finished goods, parts, and services required by the marine industry.Scott Parfitt, president of Industrial- Soup, Inc, emphasized several points about the

  • Anixter Bros., Inc., Skokie, 111., has published a new telecommunications catalog: "A Buyers Guide of Products for Business Communications." The buyers guide features a full line of business communications products for every facet of industry and commerce that uses telecommunications products for

  • One of the first extended service programs for marine transmissions has been introduced by ZF of North America, Inc., Lincolnshire, 111. ZF, a worldwide manufacturer of major power train components, offers a Buyer Assurance Plan that pays 100 percent parts and labor for any original or like replacemen

  • ., with the option to increase its holdings in the future. Marine Management Systems is an international leader in supplying integrated shipboard and shoreside management services often using satellite communications. The company provides computer software, hardware and related services and specializes

  • "Marces-A" satellite above the Atlantic Ocean and the coast earth station at Southbury, Conn. The public telephone network was used for the shoreside connection between Southbury and Buffalo. According to Navidyne and American Steamship officials, the tests were totally successful. Data was

  • , silted channels, and/or restricted waterways. Will your local maintenance yard be able to accommodate a larger boat on their ways or travel lift? What shoreside modifications will you need to make to your pier to accommodate another boat or a larger one? Gangway limitations, bollard locations, and access

  • As Exports Climb to All-Time High After a decline during the recession years, U.S. exporters today are pleased with the record-breaking value of overseas shipments. At the same time, they are learning to cope with shipping cargo that can be far different than the types of goods sold in the past. Looking

  • Conference told shipowners are being given "extraordinarily generous" credit terms for bunkers. The average bunker stem in today's shipping industry is around 700 tons per ship with a current value— at $85 per ton— of some $60,000. On an average fleet size of fourteen ships, a shipowner would make

  • included in the literature, points out that MMS deals exclusively with the shipping industry to provide services in the areas of shipboard and shoreside applications systems and management consulting; that MMS has chosen as its microcomputer the IBM® PC (personal computer) which offers the power

  • MT Apr-19#11 export regulations extend beyond the initial export out of)
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    export regulations extend beyond the initial export out of the ments and obtaining any required licenses when a speci? c United States. A re-export of a U.S.-origin item from one for- writing has been obtained ? rst by the U.S. seller from the for- eign destination to another, including use aboard a

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  • MN May-19#56 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 56

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS AWO MerrittMeadJohnson Perras Cernak Nelson company also hired Alex Sykes as Cook Inlet Tug & Barge AAPA Posthumously Commercial Product Manager, Joe Announces New President Honors Cernak with its Pimenta as Buyer and Joe Mediate Cook Inlet Tug & Barge (CITB) an- Distinguished

  • MN May-19#40 INLAND OPERATOR PROFILE
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    May 2019 - Marine News page: 40

    INLAND OPERATOR PROFILE Kirby’s Secret Sauce Credit: KIRBY CORP Another year; another major ? eet takeover by Kirby Corporation. But the leader of the inland tank-barge sector is not growing for growth’s sake: a deeper look at the numbers shows a disciplined strategy at work. By Greg Miller irby is de?

  • MN May-19#20 INSIGHTS
seen, and there’s no telling where the trade)
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    INSIGHTS seen, and there’s no telling where the trade talks will go with More than $200 million has been invested in your re- gion’s agricultural product barge transfer infrastruc- China, but we think 2019 will be a good year for trade overall. ture facilities since 2005. How much of that occurred at

  • MP Q1-19#22  of the relationships between shoreside  fast-paced business)
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    operation of a modern vessel is less agile and able to deal with issues immediately. In today’s determined by the quality of the relationships between shoreside fast-paced business world, this is a de?nite disadvantage. personnel and sea staff. The report recommended companies take Cloud solutions also

  • MP Q1-19#10 BUNKERS MANAGEMENT
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    Mar/Apr 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 10

    BUNKERS MANAGEMENT Fifty Shades of Preparedness for IMO 2020 hen January 1, 2020, arrives and the global 0.5% sul- ter of this year, as low-sulphur bunkering will commence around fur cap comes into force, it will trigger the biggest :/ +4+ # + # + !" W and most sudden change the shipping industry

  • MR Apr-19#60  Military Sealift 
Category: Shoreside Operations Salary: $33)
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    , 2019 Closing Full Time, Mid Career (Code) Assistant Storekeeper, WM 9994-15 (852) Base Date February 26, 2019 Location: Military Sealift Category: Shoreside Operations Salary: $33,295 Per Annum Type of Appointment: Ex- Command (MSC) Vessels Worldwide. Description: cepted Service Career-Conditional Opening

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  • MN Apr-19#20 INSIGHTS
made it even harder to export against foreign)
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    INSIGHTS made it even harder to export against foreign competition. Franklin and Alabama the range of our expertise continues Additionally, many countries with native shipbuilding ca- to grow. By applying the high volume production methods pability have similar Jones Act-like regulations, which also

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  • MT Jan-19#59 CALLING ALL OCEAN 
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    CALLING ALL OCEAN TECHNOLOGY SUPPLIERS ct you with Oceanology International will connect you with EXPECTED AT Oi Americas 2019 e Americas 2,750 buyers and infuencers from the Americas looking for innovative solutions to improve strategies for exploring, rovestrategiesforexploring, 2,750 monitoring

  • MT Jan-19#58 Preview OiA 2019
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    Preview OiA 2019 and strategies, the ? oor will then be the global database. We certainly are not handed over to six panellists who will alone in our ability to participate, and each deliver a short presentation elabo- there is tremendous potential for organ- rating upon various aspects of Seabed

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    payload sensor suite including side- AUVs Then In the early 1990s the MIT AUV scan sonar, sub-bottom pro? ler, mul- Lab was working with a vehicle series tibeam echosounders, magnetometers known as the Odyssey Class. These and cameras. Emerging payloads dem- were roughly 21 inches in diameter onstrated

  • MR Feb-19#60 , NY, 11747 USA
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    $ DOE , Full Time , General / Operations Manager Director of Marine Operations 58 South Service Rd. Suite 150 Melville, NY, 11747 USA Category: Shoreside Operations Email: tharris@entertainmentcruises.com Description: Description: 200 Seaport Boulevard Boston, Massachusetts, 02210 The Assistant Chartering

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  • MR Feb-19#51  a Nautical Box goes Shoreside
‘Green’ initiatives)
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    T TECH FILES When a Nautical Box goes Shoreside ‘Green’ initiatives continue to sweep the company and sharing its experience sold on the same day and prioritizing environmentally benign, according to the globe, with companies such as Agri- in logistics with the sapling company as short circuits. Today

  • MR Feb-19#12 .  In 2008, he shifted focus shoreside consulting in dynamic)
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    from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in 1998 and sailed internationally for 10 years as a licensed engi- neering offcer. In 2008, he shifted focus shoreside consulting in dynamic positioning and marine operations, taking his current position with MAC as North American Operations Manager for Maritime

  • MR Feb-19#4 .  In 2008, he shifted focus shoreside consulting  Barry Parker)
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    1998 and sailed internationally for 10 years as a licensed en- Parker One full year (12 issues) $189.00; gineering offcer. In 2008, he shifted focus shoreside consulting Barry Parker, bdp1 Consulting Ltd provides strategic and tacti- two years $228.00 (24 issues) in dynamic positioning and marine operations

  • MN Feb-19#52  earned his Mas- leading shoreside activities in Anchor-
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    and istrative and commercial operations, commander of the Navy’s Warfare Development Command (NWDC). Economics and later earned his Mas- leading shoreside activities in Anchor- ter’s in Public Administration from age and Seward. Thomas, a native of After her retirement from the Navy the George Washington

  • MN Feb-19#47 , 
sons. Magdeburger says shoreside and afoat personnel)
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    meet their re- in standardization of equipment for many benefcial rea- quirements and expectations for safety, ease of operation, sons. Magdeburger says shoreside and afoat personnel are and maintenance. Truthfully, once a John Deere-equipped very familiar with John Deere because they use the engines vessel