Ignacio Gonzalez

  • Astilleros Espanoles SA (AESA) recently announced that Jose Carlos Gonzalez-Sama, naval architect and marine engineer, has been appointed general commercial manager of the company and its group of companies.

    The nomination of Mr. Gonzalez- Sama was proposed by Juan Saez, chairman of AESA, to the board of directors and confirmed by the shareholder, the state-owned Instituto Nacional de Industria (INI), to take over from Luis Vilches.

    As general commercial manager, Mr. Gonzalez-Sama will be in charge of the commercial policy of the company and its group, including sales, marketing, promotion and advertising. Included in the AESA group of companies are Astano, Astander, Barreras and Juliana.

    Prior to assuming his new position, Mr. Gonzalez-Sama was the current newbuildings division manager of AESA and its group since 1987.

    Mr. Gonzalez-Sama has a long career in the commercial shipbuilding industry. Before joining AESA, he was commercial deputy director and later director of Construnaves, the Spanish association of shipbuilders.

  • set forth by the TWIC Reader Evaluation Program was announced. According to Schneider Electric’s executive VP Smart Infrastructure Division Ignacio Gonzalez, “As one of the first vendors to undergo testing for a TWIC reader, Schneider Electric is a pioneer of the new program … The successful completion

  • DredgeMasters International, Inc. (DMI), the Hendersonville, Tenn., subsidiary of Valley Industries, recently christened the newest and largest dredge in its line of heavy duty dredges. The model HPC-27DR DuraMaster dredge was christened in a ceremony at La Place, La., staged by DredgeMasters

  • The first of Austal's Auto Express 101 ferries is scheduled to debut this month for Spanish operator, Euroferrys, across the Strait of Gibraltar. The 331 ft. (101 m) Euroferrys Pacifica is the largest of Austal's flagship Auto Express car ferries ever built, and is also reported to be the largest high

  • and Problems in Third World Countries as Seen by an International Development Aid Organization," a topic that should attract considerable interest. Ignacio Echeverria, departmental head in the Chilean Ministry of Transport, will examine the problems confronting ports in Latin America, while Tchouta

  • Kalmar and Navis Enable ICTSI to Complete the World’s First Fully Automated Terminal.   Kalmar and Navis recently announced the delivery of the first OneTerminal automation solution to International Container Terminal Services Incorporated (ICTSI) at the Port of Melbourne, Australia. That news brings to

  • The U.S. Navy has a balanced fleet, but it wants to grow bigger and better. Will the budget allow both?   Maritime Reporter's March 2017 cover story on the U.S. Navy was all about the numbers. There exists several plans to grow the fleet beyond the current number of 308 ships, the Mitre recommendation of

  • Prevention, Behavior, Control, Cleanup Los Angeles, February 25-28 Mayor Tom Bradley will welcome more than 1,200 academic, government, and industry leaders to the 1985 Oil Spill Conference in Los Angeles February 25-28. Speakers from 35 countries will explore new ways to fight oil pollution at

  • San Antonio, Texas The eighth biennial Oil Spill Conference — sponsored jointly by the U.S. petroleum industry and the federal government — will be held February 28 - March 3, 1983, at the San Antonio Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas. More than 1,500 delegates and exhibitors from all over

  • MP Q3-17#43 PORT AUTOMATION
tainer handling operations.
In a nutshell)
    Sep/Oct 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 43

    PORT AUTOMATION tainer handling operations. In a nutshell, Kalmar OneTerminal provides an integrated automation solution, delivered by one team, bringing together Kalmar and Navis software systems, equipment and services for a seamless deployment. In this case, the deployment was completed ahead of

  • MT May-17#15 able and sustainable.  “We must cooperate against these)
    May 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 15

    able and sustainable. “We must cooperate against these new dress transnational threats; C4ISR and networks; disruptive transnational threats and networks with teamwork: new ways technologies; surface operations and trends; underwater chal- to cooperate to ? nd, seize or destroy them in order to maintain

  • MR Oct-16#44 BIG DATA & DESIGN
Ship Performance 
Monitoring Systems as)
    October 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 44

    BIG DATA & DESIGN Ship Performance Monitoring Systems as Maritime Generator NOTE: The author, Carlos Gonzalez is a Figure 1 project manager and vessel performance A schematic representation analyst at Kyma AS. He has an MSc in of how the process to produce Marine Engineering and BSc in Naval Ar- the

  • MR Oct-16#4 MARITIME
Contents
REPORTER
AND
ENGINEERING NEWS
THE)
    October 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4

    MARITIME Contents REPORTER AND ENGINEERING NEWS THE COVER M A R I N E L I N K . C O M LNG-Ready Iceabreaker Polaris ISSN-0025-3448 Pictured on this month’s cover is the business end of the “Eco” Icebreaker USPS-016-750 Polaris, built by Arctech, powered by Wärtsilä and driven by three electrically No.

  • MR Oct-16#2 CONTENTS  NUMBER 10 / VOLUME 78 / OCTOBER 2016
36
Tomas)
    October 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 2

    CONTENTS NUMBER 10 / VOLUME 78 / OCTOBER 2016 36 Tomas Tillberg Design 26 istock.com/agsandrew 38 66 DNV GL Cummins Classi? cation 8 BWMS: LET THE GAMES BEGIN With the IMO convention rati? ed, now what? By Dennis Bryant VOICES 38 12 USCG OPC CONTRACT The USCG awarded its long-awaited OPC contract

  • MR Dec-15#61 • Shaft Power vs. RPM over the time due to the hull)
    December 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 61

    • Shaft Power vs. RPM over the time due to the hull performance (major events that will modify the ship • Shaft Power vs Ship´s speed is getting worse with the time passage, performance), for example, dry dock- • SFR vs. Power and then speed loss appears. The best ing periods. The blue lines are info

  • MR May-81#5  considerable in-
terest. Ignacio Echeverria, de-
partmental)
    May 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 5

    Problems in Third World Countries as Seen by an International Development Aid Organization," a topic that should attract considerable in- terest. Ignacio Echeverria, de- partmental head in the Chilean Ministry of Transport, will ex- amine the problems confronting ports in Latin America, while

  • MR Jul-15-81#37 v> 
Largest DMI Dredge 
Delivered To Mexican Owner)
    July 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 37

    v> Largest DMI Dredge Delivered To Mexican Owner DredgeMasters International, Inc. (DMI), the Hendersonville, Tenn., subsidiary of Valley In- dustries, recently christened the newest and largest dredge in its line of heavy duty dredges. The model HPC-27DR DuraMaster dredge was christened

  • MR Jul-15-81#8 ON THE COVER 
First Of New Destroyer Class 
Commissioned)
    July 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    ON THE COVER First Of New Destroyer Class Commissioned At Ingalls Yard Santa Fe Diving Services Awarded Contract To Provide RCV And Crew Santa Fe Diving Services, Inc. of Houma, La., has been awarded a contract by Montreal Micoperi J.V. to provide a remote-con- trolled underwater vehicle

  • MR Feb-15-83#17 lina): Determining Oil Quantity from 
Marsh Surface)
    February 15, 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 17

    lina): Determining Oil Quantity from Marsh Surface Area Bart J. Baca, Jacqueline Michel and Timothy W. Kana, Research Planning Institute, Inc., Columbia, South Carolina; Nancy G. Maynard, President's Office of Science and Technology Policy, Wash- ington, D.C. Multivariate Analysis of Petroleum

  • MR May-92#17 AESA Appoints 
Gonzalez-Sama General 
Commercial Manager)
    May 1992 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 17

    AESA Appoints Gonzalez-Sama General Commercial Manager H - V, i rfi K Jose Carlos Gonzalez-Sama Astilleros Espanoles SA (AESA) recently announced that Jose Carlos Gonzalez-Sama, naval ar- chitect and marine engineer, has been appointed general commercial manager of the company and

  • MN Oct-13#29  Infra- structure Division Ignacio Gonzalez, ?As one of the )
    October 2013 - Marine News page: 29

    set forth by the TWIC Reader Evaluation Program was announced. Ac- cording to Schneider Electric?s executive VP Smart Infra- structure Division Ignacio Gonzalez, ?As one of the  rst vendors to undergo testing for a TWIC reader, Schneider Electric is a pioneer of the new program ? The successful completion

  • MR Feb-13#47 www.marinelink.com    47Simmons UK Announce $2.3B of O&G)
    February 2013 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    www.marinelink.com 47Simmons UK Announce $2.3B of O&G Deals in 2012 Simmons & Co in Aberdeen completed 14 deals in 2012 with a total value of $2.3billion, more than double the total value of deals completed by the Þ rm in 2011. The Aberdeen of Þ ce led these UK and international deals, which represent

  • MN Nov-11#44  Esta Later Charters, Inc. v. Ignacio, 875 F.2d 234 (9th Cir)
    November 2011 - Marine News page: 44

    ues to have vitality as we enter the last decade of the twentieth century.? (U.S. Circuit Judge Alex Kozinski writing in Esta Later Charters, Inc. v. Ignacio, 875 F.2d 234 (9th Cir. 1989))?Relic of another time, and a very different American economy, the Limitation of Liability Act is today well past its

  • MT Sep-08#17 , Simrad Spain SL, Jose Ignacio D?az, Project leader)
    September 2008 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 17

    and ITI trawl monitoring and other fishery From Left: Miguel Angel Lleches, Project Manager; Agustin Mayans, Managing Director, Simrad Spain SL, Jose Ignacio D?az, Project leader, Oceanographic Insitute, Vicente Carrasco, Sales Manager, Subsea, Simrad Spain SL, Miguel Angel Gonz?lez, Financial Manager,

  • MN Mar-11#47 www.marinelink.com MN 47
Marine Travelift Promotes)
    March 2011 - Marine News page: 47

    www.marinelink.com MN 47 Marine Travelift Promotes Johnson Jason Johnson was promoted to North American Sales Manager for Marine Travelift, Inc. in Sturgeon Bay. Johnson holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marina Management from the Maine Maritime Academy and serves on the International Marina Instit

  • MT Sep-05#60 60  MTR September 2005
COMMERICAL CERTIFIED DIVER
Job)
    September 2005 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 60

    60 MTR September 2005 COMMERICAL CERTIFIED DIVER Job Location: USA, OR Portland We are currently accepting resumes for expe- rienced certified divers, requirements are as follows: • A Min. of 5 Years Diving Experience. Topside and Underwater Welding, Propeller Repair & Polishing, General Marine

  • MT Jul-05#60 www.seadiscovery.com Marine Technology Reporter  61
DESIGN)
    July 2005 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 60

    www.seadiscovery.com Marine Technology Reporter 61 DESIGN COMPLIANCE OFFICER Job Location: Australia, Gold Coast Auditing design compliances for commercial and recreational vessels up to 50 metres LOA. Consulting and auditing for European Union compliances (ISO certification), stability and inclining

  • MR Jun-06#69  
Spain 
www.navantia.es 
Ignacio Galan
tel: +34 956 299274
fa)
    June 2006 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 69

    Ships, Aircraft carri- ers, Navantia Shiprepairs Cadiz - San Fernando Carretera Industrial s/n Cadiz, 11007 Spain www.navantia.es Ignacio Galan tel: +34 956 299274 fax: +34 956 299309 email:igalan@navantia.es Descr: Ship Repairs & Conversions Products: 7 Drydocks up to 386 x 66

  • MR Feb-2-06#17 February 2006 17
MSC Announces Promotions
Mediterranean)
    February 2, 2006 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 17

    February 2006 17 MSC Announces Promotions Mediterranean Shipping Company (USA) Inc. announced key executive promotions that went into effect January 1, 2006. Claudio Bozzo has been named president and COO; Allen Clifford will now serve as executive vice president, Commercial; Robert Milazzo is

  • MR Sep-99#101 THE MARINE MART and Employment Section 
IOW TO PLACE YOUR)
    September 1999 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 101

    THE MARINE MART and Employment Section IOW TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD • IT'S EASY! MARITIME REPORTER'S Classified Section has it all: • Employment/Recruitment • Vessels For Sale or Charter • • Schools & Training • DEADLINE: The 15th of the month for the following month's ad Contact: Carrie

  • MR Aug-99#40 Minoan Flying Dolphins Buys 
Three New Ferries 
Minoan)
    August 1999 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    Minoan Flying Dolphins Buys Three New Ferries Minoan Flying Dolphins invested an estimated $89.3 million in ordering three new highspeed ferries from Austal. Each of the vessels will be deployed in the routes servicing the Cyclades and Sporades islands in the Aegean Sea. The ferries are

  • MR Jul-99#59 CAD/CAM/CAE • Company Notes 
• Victaulic Co. of America)
    July 1999 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 59

    CAD/CAM/CAE • Company Notes • Victaulic Co. of America, in coop- eration with Rebis Industrial Workgroup Software Co., has developed a 3-D soft- ware program for modeling its grooved and plain-end mechanical piping sys- tem. Advantage: the program enables piping system designers to incorporate

  • MR Jul-99#57 CAD/CAM/CAE • Company Notes 
• Victaulic Co. of America)
    July 1999 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 57

    CAD/CAM/CAE • Company Notes • Victaulic Co. of America, in coop- eration with Rebis Industrial Workgroup Software Co., has developed a 3-D soft- ware program for modeling its grooved and plain-end mechanical piping sys- tem. Advantage: the program enables piping system designers to incorporate