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  • J. Frank Williams, vice president-sales of Equitable Shipyards, Inc., Southwest region president, president-Navy League, and national director-Navy League of the United States, has been honored and presented with the Navy Department Meritorious Public Service Citation. Presentation ceremonies of the Meritorious Citation by Adm. Thomas B. Hayward, USN, Chief of Naval Operations in behalf of the Secretary of the United States Navy, were held recently at the National Convention of the Navy League in Norfolk, Va.

    The Citation cites Mr. Williams for outstanding service to the Department of the Navy in fields of image development, community relations, recruiting and public relations.

    Mr. Williams has gained enthusiastic civil, industrial and educational public relation support of the highest order for patriotic and Navy programs. His record of civilian voluntary service is outstanding.

  • Acting on behalf of the United States Navy, the Maritime Administration recently awarded a $17,952,454 contract to Continental Maritime of San Francisco, Inc., San Francisco, to convert a government- owned containership into a naval auxiliary crane ship. The ship, the ex-President Monroe built in

  • Division of Electrolux-Wascator AB, Stockholm, Sweden, has been renamed as Electrolux Envirovac. The name "Envirovac" has long been used in the United States, where the subsidiary company Envirovac Inc. has installed the Vacuum Toilet System in innumerable vessels, including many United States

  • charge of the Construction and Repair Department. Following graduation from the State University of New York Maritime College, he served in the United States Navy and merchant marine. Ocean Salvors is an American salvage firm offering a full range of salvage and environmental services throughout the

  • earned a Bachelor of Science degree in naval architecture and marine engineering from the University of Michigan. In three years service with the United States Navy he rose to the rank of lieutenant as gunnery officer aboard a destroyer. He is a member of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine

  • . A.L. Jenks has j o i n e d the Henry Company as manager of the San Diego operation following a career as an engineering duty officer in the United States Navy, from which he retired as a captain. Mr. Jenks will report to Richard R. Hopkins, vice president, in Moorestown. Marketing efforts

  • . Concentration of these facilities and personnel in one subsidiary company enhances Todd's opportunities for continued participation in the United States Navy long-term ship construction program, while at the same time retaining full capability to perform repair, alteration and conversion work

  • and three ultra large c r u d e c a r r i e r s (ULCCs). The world's largest shipyard also has under construction or on contract 14 vessels for the United States Navy

  • . Thus far this year, Newport News Shipbuilding has delivered three ships, launched three, and laid the keels for four others, for both the United States Navy and commercial customers

  • closeiy held United States Marine Repair, Inc., a provider of non-nuclear ship repair, modernization, overhaul and conversion services to the United States Navy, for $316 million. Based in Norfolk, Va., United States Marine Repair serves defense and commercial customers at six strategically located

  • Sub Chapter T boats for tour operators throughout the United States and Islands. RIBCRAFT continues to fulfill its five-year contract with the United States Navy to provide 7-meter rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) that will serve as deployable ready service lifeboats for search and rescue missions. Built

  • Corporation, taking over from J.D. Ritchie, who has retired. Born in London, England, in 1923, Mr. Francis joined Royal Dutch/Shell service in the United Kingdom in 1940. During the years 1942-46, he served as a pilot with the Royal Air Force and the Fleet Air Arm, in the course of which he received

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  • MR Jan-20#55  from 124 nations.
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    of Hamburg, Germany, drawing approxi- themes and exhibits, while balancing the needs of its legacy mately 50,000 visitors from 124 nations. “SMM is the United Nations of shipbuilding,” said Selbach. exhibitors and visitors – as one of his main challenges. “We “We are very proud of that and we want to keep

  • MR Jan-20#54 Showtime
SMM 2020
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    Showtime SMM 2020 SMM: The ‘United Nations’ of shipbuilding SMM is the largest and argu- ably the best marine exhibi- tion in the world, and Claus Ulrich (Uli) Selbach, Business Unit Director at Hamburg Messe Und Congress is the man in the driver’s seat. We recently met with Selbach in his of? ce in

  • MR Jan-20#51  out to determine the most 
United Kaiun Kaisha, Ltd. and)
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    (AiP) based on its Rule Part yard already builds. Evaluations will GF which adopts IGF Code to NS • Hybrid Dredger be carried out to determine the most United Kaiun Kaisha, Ltd. and Imabari Wärtsilä signed an agreement with suitable hybrid solution for that class of Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. for its joint

  • MR Jan-20#44 Ship Repair
Activities and Investments in ship repair &)
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    Ship Repair Activities and Investments in ship repair & conversion yards Astican & Astander Regulatory Work, Offshore Drives Astican Reliance entered Astican for the installation of a new HydeMarine Hyde Guardian ballast water management system. Photo: Astican While 2019 provided a mixed bag of ing

  • MR Jan-20#43 Aussie Atlas Shipyard Ready Pressure Cleaners 
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    Aussie Atlas Shipyard Ready Pressure Cleaners Australian Pump Industries new Aussie Atlas pressure cleaner is the latest addition to its stainless steel line-up of machines designed for shipyard application. The ? rst order will ? nd the units on permanent hire at Garden Island Dockyard in Sydney Harbor

  • MR Jan-20#38  in love with the place (the United 
States Merchant Marine)
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    I was good at math and physics.” As fate had it, one weekend he participated in a sailing regat- ta at Kings Point and he “fell in love with the place (the United States Merchant Marine Academy [USMMA]). I applied, I was accepted, and I transferred from St. Mary’s to Kings Point in in 1994,” said Fanberg

  • MR Jan-20#37  to 
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    Fanberg, President, Glosten @ Glosten “Crazy ideas are not off the table” From racing scows on the inland lakes of Minnesota to graduating from the United States Merchant Marine Academy to taking the helm of Glosten, Morgan Fanberg has led a ‘maritime life.’ We caught up with Fanberg in his Seattle

  • MR Jan-20#30 REPAIR & CONVERSION
You have to stand on an exposed)
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    REPAIR & CONVERSION You have to stand on an exposed seawall protecting a tiny bility together with the ability to keep a high service speed Norwegian village’s little marina to realize how “the basics” in bad weather,” Hammerfest Hospital said of the order. The must be in place before you can mimic the

  • MR Jan-20#26  may refer the matter to the United States De-
partment of)
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    probable cause of an accident and issue safety rec- ommendations aimed at preventing future accidents. In our if so, the USCG may refer the matter to the United States De- partment of Justice for a further review to determine whether experience, the NTSB has accepted changes to its prelimi- a crime was committed

  • MR Jan-20#25  civil aviation accident in the United 
curs. First, it is important)
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    Federal agency charged by Congress with process that occurs when a signi? cant marine casualty oc- investigating every civil aviation accident in the United curs. First, it is important to note that although not required, States and signi? cant accidents in other modes of trans- it is not unusual for

  • MR Jan-20#24 Legal Beat
Marine Casualties
Anatomy of the Investigation
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    Legal Beat Marine Casualties Anatomy of the Investigation lank Rome’s maritime attorneys have rep- damage. resented clients in some of the largest mari- Our experience investigating and providing legal represen- time casualties in the last 20 years, includ- tation for clients because of these casualties

  • MR Jan-20#20 Back to the Drawing Board
Marine Casualties
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    Back to the Drawing Board Marine Casualties Alcohol is NOT the Probable Cause irst some disclosures. I have worked with (MAB-19/30) on an incident that occurred in Guam. I (or my the National Transportation Safety Board company) had no involvement in that matter, but since it was on a number of occasions.

  • MR Jan-20#18 The Path to Zero
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    The Path to Zero Copyright: Norman Chan/AdobeStock Slow Down Emission Reduction & Slow Steaming: The voluntary v. regulatory approach erchant ships traditionally operate in the the board, including greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions; emis- open sea at or near full speed. This is hard sion of air pollutants

  • MR Jan-20#14  ef?  ciency of vessels 
in the United States. These are installation)
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    of battery and porting the installation and operations of offshore wind assets hybrid power systems to increase the ef? ciency of vessels in the United States. These are installation vessels and SOVs operating in the Gulf of Mexico and around the world. Also, that require an investment of $100m to

  • MR Jan-20#13 .
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    oil and gas segment, too. The supersized vessel will deliver in 2022 from CMHI Haimen shipyard in Nan- tong City, China. “We highlight China and the United Kingdom as global wind- power outperformers, with (China) set to register by far the fastest capacity expansion globally,” an article by Fitch Solutions

  • MR Jan-20#9  Platts
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    with a more paraf? nic blend, the products are likely to separate and form sludge, blocking ? lters.” Jack Jordan, S&P Global Platts p. 16 “SMM is the United Nations of shipbuilding.” Claus “Uli” Selbach, Business Unit Director, SMM p. 54 www.marinelink.com 9 MR #1 (1-17).indd 9 1/13/2020 8:35:37 A

  • MR Jan-20#8 By the Numbers
Offshore Wind to Power U.S. Maritime)
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    By the Numbers Offshore Wind to Power U.S. Maritime Growth The U.S. offshore wind promise is set to become reality, with strong federal and state support. While there are still hurdles ahead, below is a state-by-state turbine estimates from Clarksons Platou Offshore through 2030. (See related story on

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    , insightful Brenda Homewood [email protected]; best source available: their own words and information 24/7/365. +44 1622 297123 mannerisms. United Kingdom Paul Barrett Hallmark House, 25 Downham Road, Ramsden Health, Essex CM11 1PU UK [email protected]; +44 7778 357722 Classi? ed Sales +1 212

  • MR Jan-20#1 EXPERIENCE DEFINED
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    EXPERIENCE DEFINED Servicing the winter repair needs of the Great Lakes bulk carrier ?eet keeps our skills sharp year-round. Whatever your need—from repowering to scrubber installations to painting and hull repairs, to electrical and piping work—the Bay team has recent experience. This results in

  • MN Jan-20#60 PRODUCTS
Telescopic Rescue Poles           
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    January 2020 - Marine News page: 60

    PRODUCTS Telescopic Rescue Poles Seeing the need for a swift and accu- rate recovery method should a person fall into the water, the team at Sham- rock Quay in Southampton – part Norton Rapid Prep XHD of MDL Marinas Group – acquired KINETIX Coarse and Medium Discs a Reach and Rescue telescopic

  • MN Jan-20#54  is being 
investigated by the United States Coast Guard. Captain)
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    had been piloting vessels in and (1955-2019) out of the Port of New York & New Jersey for over 35 years. The incident is being investigated by the United States Coast Guard. Captain Sherwood is survived by his wife Marianne Sherwood, daughter Kelly Sherwood (son-in-law Robert Mc- Briar), son Dennis

  • MN Jan-20#52 VESSELS
ABS Grants AIP for First Jones ACT SOV   
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    VESSELS ABS Grants AIP for First Jones ACT SOV as storing spare parts and tools. According to Vard, the vessel is designed to be environ- mentally friendly with a focus on low fuel consumption and ease of construction. Vard said the design incorpo- rates a state-of-the-art hull form designed for all

  • MN Jan-20#50 VESSELS
SCHOTTEL to Propel Hydrogen Ferry
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    January 2020 - Marine News page: 50

    VESSELS SCHOTTEL to Propel Hydrogen Ferry TEL Rudder EcoPellers type SRE 340 L FP with an input power of 960 kW each. With ? xed pitch propellers and a propeller diameter of 2.10 m, the ferry will operate at a service speed of 12 knots. The SRE meets Norled’s requirements as it covers the power range