Imo

  • Fred J. Coritz has been appointed vice president and general manager of IMO Pump Division of Imo Delaval Inc., succeeding J.K.

    (Ken) Lippincott, who is retiring later this year after 42 years of service with the company.

    Mr. Coritz, who had been general manager of Delaval Condenser Division, has been with IMO for 28 years. He has also served as general manager of the Delroyd Worm Gear and Aerproducts Divisions. "Fred Coritz's working knowledge of both Navy submarine programs and worm gear manufacturing techniques," group vice president Jack Carr, said, in making the announcement, "will be especially helpful in this new assignment." Ken Lippincott, "whose distinguished career," Mr. Carr noted, "represents the finest tradition of service to our company," will work with Mr. Coritz to facilitate a smooth management transition.

    IMO Pump Division manufactures a wide range of high-performance, rotary, positive displacement pumps, used to lubricate machinery, transfer crude oil, fuel gas turbines and power elevators. The IMO three-screw pump is the leading low-noise level pump used in the U.S. Navy and most commercial vessels.

    For free literature detailing the products and services of IMO Pump Division, Circle 94 on Reader Service Card

  • IMO AB of Stockholm, Sweden, one of the companies that will be exhibiting this month at the International Ship Machinery, Marine Technology (SMM) Exhibition and Congress in Hamburg, Germany, has announced some of the new products it will be showing. Among these products will be the IMO-ACF-pump

  • IMO Low-Sulfur Fuel Mandate Triggers Mixed Reaction   The International Maritime Organization’s proposals to reduce sulfur levels in marine fuels to a maximum of 0.5 percent m/m (mass/mass) by 2020 may prove to be controversial, having met with various responses from major shipping organisations and other

  • The IMO Pump Division of DeLaval Turbine Inc. has just published a six-page illustrated bulletin on IMO fuel and lube pumps for use with gas turbines. The bulletin gives specification and performance parameters for fuel injection, fuel transfer and lube applications. IMO pumps can operate on both petro

    • Alphabet Soup Maritime Logistics Professional, Jul/Aug 2018 #56

    Emissions monitoring and reporting means ECA’s, EPA VGP, EU MRV’s, IMO-DCS, RO’s, SEEMP – and you. Fear not: the daunting acronyms can all be managed by employing the right technology.In the past decade, shipowners have faced a raft of new regulations aimed at reducing the pollution from their ships,

  • Prior to its meeting in London, the Council of the International Association of Independent Tankers Owners (INTERNATKO) called on IMO delegates to agree a single hull tanker phase out schedule which is reasoned and practical. The INTERTANKO position was endorsed by the Council at is Autumn 2000

  • The International Maritime Organization (IMO), recently announced stricter regulations governing the tanker industry on a worldwide basis. The IMO regulations, scheduled to become effective April 5, 2005, will accelerate the mandatory phase-out of single-hull tankers as well as impose a more rigorous in

  • oil tankers on a schedule tied to the ship's MARPOL category. The move drew immediate negative reaction from the International Maritime Organization (IMO). an organization which generally frowns upon such national or regional action. In a statement released October 23, Secretary- General of IMO, William

  • , the flow of information regarding the ship, its history, its status and its prospects was clear and free flowing from all corners, including SMIT, ABS, IMO and INTERTANKO. The availability and use of information could prove critical in assuring catastrophes such as Prestige are not repeated. The following

  • brand MTU and Fairplay Towage are set to test an MTU diesel genset with SCR exhaust after treatment in a harbor tug in order to verify compliance with IMO Tier III emission requirements that come into force as of 2016. According to the manufacturer, the nitrogen oxide (NO x) emissions will be cut by 90%

  • of the international Maritime Organization have seen an extremely busy and productive period at the International Maritime Organization (IMO). and in this yearbook I am grateful for the opportunity to reflect on the past six months in general and also to look forward to some of the challenges

  • As the International Maritime Organization (IMO) celebrates its 70th anniversary, Kitack Lim, Secretary-General, sits in his London office with a sense of satisfaction that in his two plus years at the helm of IMO tremendous strides have been made toward significant greenhouse gas emission reductions

  • MN Nov-19#101  System     
The InvaSave 300 IMO-certi?  ed 
system is an)
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    PRODUCTS InvaSave Mobile BWT System The InvaSave 300 IMO-certi? ed system is an external ballast water treatment unit that uses mechanical ? ltration and ultraviolet radiation to eradicate invasive organisms from discharged ballast water, to IMO-D2 Dometic’s Combined standards. InvaSave can

  • MN Nov-19#89  to rolling out new 
within the IMO, for which IACS pro- spected)
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    in this industry. Whatever mental organization, it plays a role for essential equipment, meaning in- your chosen route to rolling out new within the IMO, for which IACS pro- spected equipment has a hazard poten- equipment, choose a partner that vides technical support and guidance tial for life and

  • MN Nov-19#52 . For example,  fuel economy. IMO II, EPA, and China legislations)
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    modi? cations in- taneously delivering 1% to 7% better in two steps: the ? rst release will be clude new materials. For example, fuel economy. IMO II, EPA, and China legislations the cylinder head, piston and crank- and – in mid-2020 – the second release shaft are all stronger by design and

  • MP Q3-19#48 ............................. 23 IMO  .................... 10)
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    ............................................. 29 Port of Long Beach ............... 41, 42, 43 Cisneros, David ................................. 23 IMO .................... 10, 11, 12, 23, 33, 34 Port of Los Angeles ............... 41, 42, 43 Clean Shipping Alliance 2020 ............. 11 INEOS

  • MP Q3-19#35  
3% already out of action.  (IMO 2020) pressures. And, it’s)
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    if such a supply reduction comes on top of the estimated the mercy of governmental policies (trade wars) and regulatory 3% already out of action. (IMO 2020) pressures. And, it’s entirely possible that one vari- able could cancel out the other. Or, not. Different Ships; Different Long Splices Throw

  • MP Q3-19#34  scrubber installations 
ing IMO regulations, the effec-
Drewry’s)
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    balance.” to estimates of 60 Capesize (and “… in the run up to the impend- In talking about these delays, larger) seeing scrubber installations ing IMO regulations, the effec- Drewry’s estimation of a one- in 1H 2019, and estimating 140 month install time may actually due for work in 2H 2019. “It’s

  • MP Q3-19#33  and Su- markets segments, by ‘IMO 2020’ considerations. Simply)
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    . unexciting pace. Supply side issues are being driven, like many That sentiment, in turn, fltered down to the Panamax and Su- markets segments, by ‘IMO 2020’ considerations. Simply put, pramax market. Another Capital Link panelist, Martyn Wade, the owners can pay increased costs for low sulfur fuels

  • MP Q3-19#23  to a company’s reputation, 
(IMO) adopted Resolution MSC)
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    employees, or cyber criminals, On June 16, 2017, the International Maritime Organization deliberately seeking to cause damage to a company’s reputation, (IMO) adopted Resolution MSC.428 (98). This instrument en- or disrupting its operations, by publishing (or threatening to pub- courages governments to ensure

  • MP Q3-19#12  gas cleaning systems ahead of IMO 2020
o scrub, or not to)
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    IS THE QUESTION… Llewellyn Bankes-Hughes, Managing Director at Petrospot talks about the controversial adoption of exhaust gas cleaning systems ahead of IMO 2020 o scrub, or not to scrub” is a question that I get asked too will be scrutinized. The IMO has encouraged its member quite frequently in this

  • MP Q3-19#11  offers the best option 
for IMO 2020 fuel emissions compliance)
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    P o u l t e Scott Poulter, Executive Director of Pacifc Green r Technologies explains why a scrubber offers the best option for IMO 2020 fuel emissions compliance. There are new refneries being built which will only produce the ENVI’s unique patented Turbo- higher quality LSFO, but there are many existing

  • MP Q3-19#10  
the Best Option for IMO 2020 Compliance
2020 has)
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    OP/ED SCRUBBERS: the Best Option for IMO 2020 Compliance 2020 has been described as the most signifcant USD $100-300 per tonne more than HSFO. In Rotterdam, the price environmental regulation ever implemented for spread between LSFO and HSFO is forecast to widen to between IMO the oil industry, as from

  • MP Q3-19#8 Editor’s Note
With the ‘IMO 2020’ mandate looming large)
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    Editor’s Note With the ‘IMO 2020’ mandate looming large in the proverbial center porthole, Califor- nia’s edict for emissions-free port operations by the year 2030, the ballast water treatment rules and, of course, ever-escalating IMO and EPA engine Tier ratings all impacting the global supply chain

  • MP Q3-19#6  and regulatory 
pressures. IMO 2020 and the ongoing trade)
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    New Year Shipping To scrub or not to scrub – and why approaches, all bulkers fnd themselves at the mercy of government policy and regulatory pressures. IMO 2020 and the ongoing trade wars could decide whether the latest run of robust LNG BUNKERS WHO’S FUELING WHOM? THE EMISSIONS- FREE PORT SAN PEDRO

  • MP Q3-19#2   Scrubbers: the Best Option for IMO 2020 Compliance   Scott)
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    and others in the supply chain. – Harvey Bauer, Director of Marketing and Contracts, Tideworks Technology 10 Insights Scrubbers: the Best Option for IMO 2020 Compliance Scott Poulter 12 Insights TO SCRUB, OR NOT TO SCRUB? THAT IS THE QUESTION… By Llewellyn Bankes-Hughes 14 T erminal Operating

  • MR Oct-19#68  50% GHG reduction target of the IMO 
tems.
ing the technologies)
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    the grading onboard communications sys- Lab will seek to address by consolidat- 6. Propose standards on the swift and 50% GHG reduction target of the IMO tems. ing the technologies, know-how and broader application of next-genera- as soon as possible (the IMO wants to networks of its four major shareholders

  • MR Oct-19#65  op- al Maritime Organization (IMO) EEDI 
timizing major items)
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    loading capacity caused by the installa- of transport), exceeding the Internation- tion of LNG fuel tanks, in addition to op- al Maritime Organization (IMO) EEDI timizing major items such as ship width, phase 3 requirements that become effec- several designs for maximizing the cargo tive in 2025. The

  • MR Oct-19#63  and uniform implementation 
of IMO treaties, guidelines, codes)
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    cooperation and understanding to further facilitate collabora- tion towards ensuring the considered develop- ment, adoption and uniform implementation of IMO treaties, guidelines, codes and regu- lations. Expanding class society’s veri? cation ? elds into the new and emerging areas of data quality assurance

  • MR Oct-19#62 , I am aware  impending 2020 IMO fuel sulfur regula- detailed)
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    such as the tured program of engagement including ship operating fraternity with the ballast ping and India Steamships, I am aware impending 2020 IMO fuel sulfur regula- detailed technical and high-level policy water management convention, the 2020 of the tough challenges facing ship own- tion and

  • MR Oct-19#60 , Wi- to Kitack Lim at IMO encouraging him 
attention)
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    letter now safety and risk concerns occupying the – as the “three tectonic shifts” impact- in the glamor of new technologies, Wi- to Kitack Lim at IMO encouraging him attention and budgets of shipowners ing the maritime industry for the coming ernicki said that the future is not sim- to take a hard

  • MR Oct-19#59  with ?  exibility 
century if IMO GHG ambitions are to be)
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    shipping in mid- potential to shape the fuel mix. They insights for maritime stakeholders. The ers on this journey. But with ? exibility century if IMO GHG ambitions are to be trade large volumes on ? xed routes – of- transition to a lower carbon future will and perseverance, we believe shipping

  • MR Oct-19#58  policy will have the 
zation (IMO) greenhouse gas (GHG) )
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    Maritime Organi- years from now. This means that today’s fectiveness that promise further ef? cien- alternative fuels that policy will have the zation (IMO) greenhouse gas (GHG) plans must include not only today’s fuels cy gains, (e.g. wind assistance, air cavity greatest impact, and this is re? ected

  • MR Oct-19#15  
sail.  In addition, although IMO conven-
SMARTER OPERATIONS
tions)
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    the United States. Thus, U.S.-? ag vessels will be required to con- MODERN CLASS FOR tinue using paper logs wherever they sail. In addition, although IMO conven- SMARTER OPERATIONS tions are based on a theory of reciprocity, it is uncertain whether the United States will respect authorizations by other

  • MR Oct-19#14  in 
Electronic Recordkeeping
 IMO is Moving Forward Despite)
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    (QMED) for several international shipping companies in the container, dry bulk, and tanker segments of the industry. Advances in Electronic Recordkeeping IMO is Moving Forward Despite the United States’ Objections lectronic logbooks have long dards. been viewed as an effective and Despite the MARPOL amendments

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