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  • Alexis Nichols (Nicolacopoulos) has been named vice president of Brokerage & Management Corp., 76 Beaver Street, New York, N.Y.

    10005, it was announced by G. Callimanopulos, president.

    Mr. Nichols joined Brokerage & Management in 1972 as operations manager. Before that, he was marine claims adjuster with Lamorte, Burns & Company, Inc., and handled freight, demurrage and defense disputes in consultation with the leading British underwriters concerned.

    He brings with him considerable varied experience, primarily in the transportation field, acquired both in the United Kingdom and the United States.

    Brokerage & Management's principal activities involve the operation of a fleet of tankers, bulk carriers, and combination carriers engaged in worldwide trading.

    Mr. Nichols attended the Athens College, University of Edinburgh, and the New London, Conn., Submarine School while serving in the Royal Greek Navy. His professional affiliations include membership in the Society of Maritime Arbitrators.

  • low voltage variable-speed drives, to simulate energetic sea-states typically found in British, European and international waters. Located at the University of Edinburgh’s King’s Buildings campus, the $15 million ocean energy research facility comprises a 25m diameter test tank. A central floor section, 15m

  • , New Orleans, La., as sales representative for the company's North Sea and European activities. Mr. Kuchta, a graduate of Louisiana State University, brings with him several years of sales experience in the offshore marine transportation field. He and his family will reside in Edinburgh, Scotland

  • Orchard Brae House, 30 Queensferry Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK EH42HS T: +44 131 447 4200 E: sales@seebyte.com http://www.seebyte.com CEO/President: Dr. Bob Black Sales Manager: Ioseba Tena  Engineering Director: Dr. Scott Reed No. Of Employees: 50 The Company SeeByte provides clients in the

  • Brian McAllister, president of McAllister Brothers Inc., has announced the appointment of Capt. Martyn L.C. Reynolds as vice president-sales. Captain R e y n o l d s ' s career spans more than 25 years in the shipping industry. Formerly of Wales, U.K., he started his career with Ben Lines of

  • William Reid, formerly manufacturing director of Brown Brothers and Company Limited, Edinburgh, has been appointed sales and marketing director of Brown Brothers, responsible for marketing offshore and marine equipment worldwide. Brown Brothers and Company Limited is part of the Marine Engineering Di

  • The 900-ton, heavy-duty floating derrick Tog Mor (shown above) was delivered recently by Blohm + Voss AG, Hamburg. Built for Howard Doris Ltd. of Edinburgh, the derrick's hull is 101.4 meters long and 27.4 meters wide (about 332.7 by 89.9 feet). It has been towed to Loch Kishorn yard in Scotland.

  • A chaser (anchor retrieval device) claimed to save rig operators between $100,000 and $300,- 000 a rig year has been developed by Bruce Anchor Ltd. The features which make the patent-protected Bruce chaser of special significance as an anchor retrieval device are its ability to slide freely along

  • Brown Brothers, the Vickers Marine company based in Edinburgh, has developed a new stabilizer system which combines the latest developments in hydromechanics with state-of-the-art electronic control technology. Called the VM Series, the new system, which has generated extensive interest from cruise

  • Orchard Brae House Edinburgh, Midlothian, U.K. eh4 2hs Tel: +44 (0) 131 447 4200 Email: nicole.irvine@seebyte.com Website: www.seebyte.com CEO/President:Bob Black Number of Employees: 50 SeeByte has achieved a position of leadership in the development of smart software for underwater vehicles

  • 7 Houstoun Interchange Business Park, Livingston, West Lothian, UK EH54 5DW Tel: 845-862-6600 Email: info@wfs-tech.com Website: http://www.wfs-tech.com CEO/President: Brendan Hyland Number of Employees: 20 Annual Sales: $3,900,000.00 WFS is a leader in the delivery of subsea wireless instrumentation

  • 553 South Street, Quincy, MA 02169 T: 617 715 7080 E: dtalbot@bluefinrobotics.com W: www.bluefinrobotics.com President: David P. Kelly No. of Employees: 200 Company Profile: Bluefin Robotics, a Battelle Company, develops, builds, and operates Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), subsea batteries

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    United States in 2001, she siana judge and a Fulbright Scholar at the W did so to be close to family, University of So? a, from which Farrar is a her mother and her sister who had already graduate, instilling in her that “Everything established a life in

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    September 26, the State their peers to keep OFW implementation Critically, though, there aren’t going to AOT’s ? rst-to-market readiness and lo- University of New York moving along. (Not everyone responded be 25 such economic engine ports on the cation makes it likely the new facility Maritime College

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    T THOUGHT LEADERSHIP: OFFSHORE WIND Joan Bondareff is of counsel in Blank Rome’s Washington, D.C., of? ce who focuses her practice on marine trans- portation, environmental, regulatory, renewable energy, and legislative issues. She currently serves as Chair of the Virginia Offshore Wind Development Authority

  • MR Nov-19#10  faculty member at the University of BC researching 
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    and services to optimize knowledge, skills and behavior in maritime operators. In his former life he was a computer science faculty member at the University of BC researching online learning and assessment delivery models and their effectiveness. This led to him develop WebCT, a learning management system

  • MN Nov-19#98  President at ICF Interna- University of British Columbia)
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    recently, Paczkowski served as ture and Marine Engineering from the provide enrolled students with a strong Senior Vice President at ICF Interna- University of British Columbia. foundation in the maritime industry tional. Henschel joins the ? rm as Vice and ? ll the current industry skills gap.

  • MN Nov-19#95  Announces 
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    NEWS Seaspan Shipyards Clarke MacLeod Hargreaves Thomson Oliver Diaz Sandy studied aircraft maintenance Seaspan Shipyards Announces at Northrop University in Inglewood, Management Additions Seaspan Shipyards announced the ap- California and graduated as a me- pointment of James Clarke as Chief chanical

  • MN Nov-19#94  Systems at the Technical University 
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    VESSELS SCHOTTEL Delivers Propulsion for World’s First Emission-Free Pushboat eration of Maritime Systems at the Technical University of Berlin, will be equipped with rudderpropellers from SCHOTTEL. The hybrid canal push boat is powered by a combination of fuel cells, batteries and an electric motor.

  • MN Nov-19#85  Engineering from the University of New Hampshire 
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    speaker at conferences. He holds a Master’s of Science in The Peters are fervent supporters of the combined tech- Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Hampshire nology. “TrueProp, partnered with the Linden DDS and and is the regional membership chair of the Society of Naval the PropPress

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    it’s not uncommon to ? nd our Fernstrum & Company. He graduated from Michi- GRIDCOOLER keel coolers built back in the 1950’s still gan Technological University in 1990 with a Bach- S in service today, most of those keel coolers wouldn’t meet elor of Science degree in Scienti? c and Technical Com- munications

  • MN Nov-19#8  knowledge on Arctic and  University of New Hampshire and)
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    . He holds a Master’s of Sci- Continental Shelf for over 3 years. Buddy ence in Mechanical Engineering from the holds broad knowledge on Arctic and University of New Hampshire and is the Alaska maritime issues from both the regional membership chair of the Society industry’s and government’s perspective

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    and has served as an adjunct professor of communica- trestle-based solution with breakwater to a jettyless system with- tions at Florida International University. Eyerdam gradu- out breakwater and using sub sea cryogenic composite pipelines.” ated from Florida State University with a double major The SPC

  • MP Q3-19#29 , such as Middlesex University London, 
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    by reputable educational institutions or ile e-learning delivery models are facilitating lifelong learning professional associations, such as Middlesex University London, of seafarers. This trend is set to continue with the application North Kent College and Chartered Management Institute, with of technologies

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    , conferences, magazines and books. He has a degree in to carbon emissions (which scrubber systems do not reduce), they Spanish and Portuguese from the University of London. 12 Maritime Logistics Professional September/October 2019 |

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    and delivering high-value professional professor of communications at Florida International development learning online – either in collaboration University. Eyerdam graduated from Florida State Uni- Corporate Staff with academic partners or independently through versity with a double major in English

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    the new research vessel, the R/V Svea. research and survey vessel built at the lateral offset will enable vertical pro? l- Working with the Swedish University Armon shipyard in Vigo, Spain for the ing to be carried out by the R/V Svea in of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) since Swedish University of Agricultural

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    to support our studies, ? rst sel-mounted transceiver to transponders on each target. The our scientists need to know exactly where their sensors and University of São Paulo selected Sonardyne’s pre-calibrated equipment packages are in the ocean when they make their Gyro USBL transceiver for the vessel

  • MT Oct-19#54  77-f  . RV 
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    Tech Files Research Vessel Tech AAM Launches 77-f . RV for Duke University Images: All American Marine Inc. All American Marine, Inc. (AAM) completed construction modate up to 30 passengers, built and certi? ed under USCG and launched an aluminum research and survey vessel for Subchapter “T” regulations

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    in ? ne detail. Supported by researchers from Scripps Institution of Oceanog- by California Sea Grant, the National Science Foundation, T raphy at the University of California San Diego. and private donors, the study is the latest among several to il- The sharp increase matches a rise in the rate of plastic

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    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION “We Love t he University of Michigan runs one of the Born at the University of Michigan in the early 1990s, Bristol Har- most prestigious naval architecture and marine engineering programs in the coun- bor Group (BHG) has grown into a diverse and widely respected T try, but when

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    going with my parents business in the Americas, with an eye on “Other than that, I really don’t have one But the young man with the big dreams to a university to explore naval architec- Asia and Australia in the future. “But we speci? c mentor. In general, I am very could not be con? ned under the employ

  • MR Oct-19#25   bouring DTU, the Technical University 
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    – many of As an example, he said that “our 1,400 them will be students from the neigh- vessel track record with Hempaguard bouring DTU, the Technical University has saved more than 10 million tonnes of Denmark. The entire Hempel Campus of CO2.” is scheduled to be ? nished in 2021. Solving Industry Challenge

  • MR Oct-19#24  “it was an excellent 
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    .” opment of powder coatings. Finally, for the global citizen and his A UK citizen who studied chemistry family, he reckons “it was an excellent at the University of Durham with a PhD opportunity for me and my family to live from Shef? eld Hallam University, he and work near the wonderful city of Co- is