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  • Devoe Marine, formerly part of Devoe & Raynolds Co., a Division of Grow Group, Inc., has reorganized as a separate company under Grow Group's Marine and Corrosion Control Group. The move was necessary, according to company officials, to better serve the rapidly expanding market for newtechnology marine coatings.

    Now known as Devoe Marine Coatings Company, Division of Grow Group, Inc., the new Louisville, Ky.-based company is headed by Joseph M. Quinn, whose new position as president follows several years as vice president- Marine Division, Devoe & Raynolds Company. He is an 18-year veteran of the company and a graduate of the Merchant Marine Academy.

    Mr. Quinn is also chairman- Marine Coatings Committee of the National Paint and Coatings Association.

  • Division. The new company will be known as Devoe Coatings Company. In making the announcement at a meeting of 150 Devoe sales representatives, Joseph M. Quinn, Group vice president of Grow Group and president and chief executive officer of Devoe Coatings Company, said: "As Devoe Coatings Company

  • , Inc. of New York, N.Y., recently announced the retirement of J. Robert Desjardins as president of Devoe & Raynolds Division, and the appointment of Joseph M. Quinn to the position of president and chief executive officer, Devoe & Raynolds Co. Division of Grow Group, Inc. Also announced by Devoe Marine

  • technology paints and coatings directed at the petroleum, chemical, power generation, offshore and heavy-duty industrial market segments." According to Joseph M. Quinn, Group vice president responsible for Devoe Napko Protective Coatings: "We are especially excited about the opportunities presented by

  • to our Marine and Corrosion Control Group, which manufactures high-performance, advanced-technology paints and coatings." According to Joseph M. Quinn, vice president of Grow Group and president of Napko Corporation, "Napko's position in the marine, offshore, petroleum, power generation

  • A new hydrographic survey ship being built for the Canadian Government was floated out recently at Versatile Pacific Shipyards(VPSI) in Victoria, B.C., Canada. The state-of-the-art scientific vessel, constructed over 16 months at a cost of $17 million, will be based in Newfoundland with Fisheries and

  • Thomas E. Moran, president of Moran Towing & Transportation Company, Inc., has announced new areas of responsibility for vice president W. Anthony Watt. Mr. Watt took over the sales and marketing division of the company. Working with Mr. Watt will be sales representatives Karl B. Eckhardt, Paul J.

  • Roland Malins-Smith has been appointed a vice president of Concorde Line, according to an announcement by Donald T. Quinn, Concorde's president. Mr. Malins- Smith will be located at Concorde Lines' home office in Miami, Fla. Prior to joining Concorde, he had been general manager of West Indies

  • Racal Airstream, Inc., Rockville, Md., announces the publication of a new sales bulletin describing the newly introduced Airstream supplied-air systems. The AH30 standard supplied-air system and the AH31 system for welders incorporate the features of Airstream-powered air-purifying units into a

  • setting their own ballast water standards. This issue has become very controversial and Congress may decide to take further action. Dyer Ellis <6 Joseph Washington, D.

  • , self-unloading Great Lakes bulk carrier. At the President's Luncheon held the day before the Banquet, the following awards were presented: The Capt. Joseph H. Linnard Prize for 1985 was awarded to Robert X. Caldwell, Maurice Gordon, and Dwight K. Koops for their paper, "Two State-of-the-Art Specialty

  • Krautkramer-Branson has expanded the capability of its DM2 ultrasonic thickness gage with a selection of new, small probes. The DM2 is already well-known for its reliability in measuring wall thickness on corroded or eroded pipes and vessels, its penetrating power in castings, and its stable

  • MR Nov-19#4  the Engine Department (QMED).
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    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4

    , and Pilots as a Third Mate and two years $228.00 (24 issues) including postage and handling. DiRenzo Quali? ed Member of the Engine Department (QMED). Joseph DiRenzo is a technical project manager and profes- Email: mrcirc@marinelink.com sional engineer with close to 10 years of maritime experience in

  • MN Nov-19#98  Directors 
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    November 2019 - Marine News page: 98

    PSG Names Piccione as CEO Pure Safety Group (PSG) announced experience apiece. Captain Randall Shea serves on the Board of Directors that it has named Joseph Piccione as Rockwood also joined Mid-Atlantic of DCLI and Blume Global and on the chief executive of? cer. Piccione’s start Maritime as an advanced

  • MN Nov-19#30  said; than done. Until now.
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    November 2019 - Marine News page: 30

    range of communications and reduced satel- lite costs. Domestic brown water operators know all too well that’s easier said; than done. Until now. By Joseph Keefe n the fast moving world of blue water, deep draft ship- ception, rather than the rule. And then, there’s the evolv- ping, the availability of

  • MN Nov-19#6  our Apps
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    November 2019 - Marine News page: 6

    winds are indeed blowing for our autonomous and digital future. That’s something everyone can be happy about. Download our Apps iPhone & Android Joseph Keefe, Editor, keefe@marinelink.com SUBSCRIBE Subscribe to the print or electronic edition of at www.marinelink.com/renewsubscr/Renew04/subscribe

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    .com Associate Publisher & Editorial Director 8 Authors & Contributors Greg Trauthwein • trauthwein@marinelink.com Editor 10 BY THE NUMBERS Joseph Keefe • keefe@marinelink.com US Offshore Support Vessel Tel: 704-661-8475 Analysis: 2018 and 2019 Web Editor By Robert Day Eric Haun • haun@marinelink

  • MN Nov-19#2  reduced satellite costs.  
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    November 2019 - Marine News page: 2

    ISO: Affordable & Reliable Workboat Comms Commercial workboats can bene? t from greater range of communications and reduced satellite costs. By Joseph Keefe REGULATORY REVIEW 60 Subchapter M: One Year In Industry SME (Captain) Pat Folan weighs in FeaturesFeatures Credit: Baltic Workboats from

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    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 44

    MARINER WELFARE Managing Mariner Medical Care It’s complicated, and it is expensive. But, it doesn’t have to be. By Joseph Keefe he competent authority shall require that, prior to begin- amounted to a total of 760 million euro. Much of that cost, pri- ning w ork on a ship, seafarers hold a valid medical cer-

  • MP Q3-19#8  get one, 
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    , on any ocean or coastline, getting green will be Job ONE in the New Year. Hint: there are two kinds of green. You won’t get one, without the other. Joseph Keefe, Editor | keefe@marinelink.com 8 Maritime Logistics Professional September/October 2019 |

  • MP Q3-19#6  doesn’t have to be.       
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    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 6

    nevertheless, goes on. By Tom Ewing 44 M anaging Mariner Medical Care It’s complicated, and it is expensive. But, it doesn’t have to be. By Joseph Keefe ON THE COVER September/October | Volume 9, Issue 5 www.MaritimeLogisticsProfessional.com It has been a wild ride for the Baltic Index and Bulk

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  • MR Oct-19#4  News. 
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    Advi- Dennis Bryant is with Bryant’s Maritime Consulting, and a regu- sory Board. lar contributor to Maritime Reporter & Engineering News. Keefe Bonvento Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts Matthew Bonvento is the newest Assistant Professor in the Maritime Academy and editor of MarineNews

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    September 2019 - Marine News page: 54

    of experience working in President and CEO of Alaska Tanker Head of Cyber Security. A recognized the transportation and logistics indus- Corp.; and Joseph Pyne, Chairman of leader with a strong track record of try, most recently serving as the Direc- the Board of the Kirby Corporation. success in cyber

  • MN Sep-19#44  what might come next.
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hen it comes to)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 44

    it is evolving and it is here to stay. Here to sort it all out are two of industry’s more familiar stakeholders who also explain what might come next. By Joseph Keefe hen it comes to critical offshore operations and trained the crews increased safety, gained ef? ciency and vessel handling, this is not your

  • MN Sep-19#6  our Apps
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    September 2019 - Marine News page: 4

    C. O’Malley • jomalley@marinelink.com Associate Publisher & Editorial Director Greg Trauthwein • trauthwein@marinelink.com 8 Authors & Contributors Editor Joseph Keefe • keefe@marinelink.com Tel: 704-661-8475 10 BY THE NUMBERS Web Editor Eric Haun • haun@marinelink.com SubM: A Look Back at Year 1; Looking

  • MN Sep-19#2  and it is here to stay. 
By Joseph Keefe
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    September 2019 - Marine News page: 2

    Plevrakis DP OPERATIONS & TRAINING 44 The ABC’s of DP 101 Dynamic Positioning has been around for a while, it is evolving and it is here to stay. By Joseph Keefe COATINGS Features Credit: SJSB 48 Chasing Better Prospects 32 SHIPBUILDING & REPAIR As the offshore industry recovers, choosing the right

  • MN Oct-19#52  KP ’78 (President and CEO,  ed Joseph F. Toomy to the Board)
    October 2019 - Marine News page: 52

    , KP ’79 (Profes- Names New CEO sor, RPI and Le Moyne College), John Gov. John Bel Edwards has reappoint- Noonan, KP ’78 (President and CEO, ed Joseph F. Toomy to the Board of Paci? c Green Technologies has ap- Binnacle Maritime LLC), Brian Starer, Commissioners of the Port of New pointed Scott

  • MN Oct-19#36 . And, you’ve got options.
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    October 2019 - Marine News page: 36

    INLAND NAVIGATION & ELECTRONICS VDRs for Inland Vessels? Does It Make Sense? Credit: Radio Holland It just might. And, you’ve got options. By Joseph Keefe he Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) carriage re- On the Market, Available Now quirements apply to all passenger ships regard- Orolia recently announced

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    October 2019 - Marine News page: 4

    .com Associate Publisher & Editorial Director 8 Authors & Contributors Greg Trauthwein • trauthwein@marinelink.com Editor 10 BY THE NUMBERS Joseph Keefe • keefe@marinelink.com Tel: 704-661-8475 U.S. Coast Guard’s 2018 Recreational Boating Stats Web Editor Eric Haun • haun@marinelink.com 20

  • MN Mar-19#44  10% enforcement. Really.
By Joseph Keefe
he domestic waterfront)
    March 2019 - Marine News page: 44

    minimum Random Drug Testing Rate is raised to 50 PCT, the Coast Guard wants its mission to consist of 90% outreach and just 10% enforcement. Really. By Joseph Keefe he domestic waterfront got some less-than-happy Over a third of the American population is on some form news when the U.S. Coast Guard announced

  • MN Mar-19#6  our Apps
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    March 2019 - Marine News page: 6

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    March 2019 - Marine News page: 4

    .com 6 Editor’s Note Associate Publisher & Editorial Director Greg Trauthwein • trauthwein@marinelink.com Editor 8 Authors & Contributors Joseph Keefe • keefe@marinelink.com Tel: 704-661-8475 Web Editor 10 BY THE NUMBERS Eric Haun • haun@marinelink.com Waterborne Freight Transpor- Contributing

  • MN Mar-19#2  Trans-
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    March 2019 - Marine News page: 2

    inland markets, Chairman Pushboats, Tugs enforcement. Really. & Assist Vessels The heart of the U.S. & CEO of Campbell Trans- merchant feet By Joseph Keefe portation Company, Peter Stephaich, provides a unique HYBRID PROPULSION window into what’s just around the next bend. His 48 Marine Hybrid

  • MR Sep-19#40  cruise operators.
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    September 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    INNOVATION Cruising in the Cloud Turning a necessary cost center into a revenue stream is the new normal for savvy and successful cruise operators. By Joseph Keefe s the ? ourishing expedition cruise market photos of your holiday to social media are particularly takes passengers on innovative itinerar-