Mark Casselton

  • For durable marking of unmovable work in the ship building industry, a portable handheld marking system means an enormous simplification. The handheld marking system FlyMarker PRO of MARKATOR is battery operated and flexible and weighs slightly over 4 kg and can be carried easily to mark work pieces directly on site. The control unit is protected against external influences. No cables endanger the work. 
    www.flymarker.com


    (As published in the January 2014 edition of Marine News - www.marinelink.com)

  • A new 12-page color brochure published by Mark Controls Corporation of Skokie, 111., describes the complete MARPAC ball valve product line, one of the broadest selections of automated and manual ball valves available. MARPAC ball valves are well-suited for applications requiring tight shutoff

  • Caterpillar Inc., a multinational company headquartered in Peoria, 111., recently announced it has adopted two new trademarks. These marks will identify the corporation and its products and services by the two words associated with the company throughout the world—Caterpillar and Cat. The new marks

  • For durable markings of big and unmovable work pieces of the ship building industry, a portable handheld marking system means simplification. The handheld marking system FlyMarker PRO of the German company MARKATOR is battery operated and with this very flexible. The dot peen marker weighs slightly over 4

  • Lowrance announced the newest addition to its Elite and Mark family of compact fishfinder and chartplotter products, the Elite-4 and Mark-4 Hybrid Dual Imaging (HDI) series. The new HDI units feature built-in GPS antenna, high-definition mapping options and the Lowrance exclusive Hybrid Dual Imaging technolog

  • The U.S. Coast Guard has completed the installation in New York Harbor of the Inogon Leading Mark, a single station, short-range optical guidance system that directs vessels safely and accurately through narrow channels. The system, which had previously undergone testing by the Coast Guard's Research

  • Furuno's well-known LC-90 loran receiver has been significantly improved and is now available as the LC-MARK-II. Soft and receiver changes provide even higher position- fixing accuracies and display stability, especially in fringe reception areas; physical changes include an improved keyboard layout

  • for maximum user convenience. Output power is 3 kw, with eight range scales from lA to 48 n.m. Standard features include Electronic Variable Range Marker, Electronic Bearing Line, Guard Zone, alarms, Furuno's low noise custom microwave integrated circuit receiver design, and a new 4-inch aerodynamic ope

  • completed what is believed to be the longest drop-test of a synthetic pilot ladder ever attempted by a manufscturcr The ladder was a COMAR/ MARK/I Pilot Ladder with an overall length of 160 feet. The test was accomplished with the use of a 180- foot crane. As prescribed by U.S. Coast Guard

  • —Literature Available A high temperature metal marker usable in metalworking applications such as heat treating, coding and identification for hot castings and forgings, and layout work for cutting and brazing has been introduced by J.P. Nissen Company, Glenside, Pa. According to the manufacturer

  • for steering and navigation. Navlink displays information received from Datamarine's Navigator LC Loran. Displayed data includes range to mark, bearing to mark, cross track error, course made good, speed over ground and Loran VMG. It is compatible with Datamarine's Link system of computer-based

  • from Mirrlees Blackstone. The brochure contains full technical details on this series, and is illustrated with drawings and photographs. The K Major Mark 3 is a fourstroke, direct injection, turbocharged and intercooled engine built in 6, 8, and 9 cylinders inline models and 12 and 16 cylinders in

  • MR Nov-19#90  Directory Section, contact Mark O’Malley  at  momalley@marinelin)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 90

    contract, MR assumes no responsibility for errors. If you are interested in having your company listed in this Buyer’s Directory Section, contact Mark O’Malley at momalley@marinelink.com AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM MEMS MOTION SENSING 8823 Ext. 119, chris.peitchinis@tube-mac.com contact:

  • MR Nov-19#78  characteristics place our 
Mark Lamarre, CEO, Seaspan Shipyards)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 78

    in our NSS program is growing,” said ci? c attention is also given during Sea Trials to the latitude navigation. The vessel’s characteristics place our Mark Lamarre, CEO, Seaspan Shipyards. “We are extensive array of ship sensors that are embedded newest Arctic shuttle tanker, Mikhail Lazarev, amongst

  • MR Nov-19#59  there is capacity in the market.  and blades,” says Barla)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 59

    neck in handling these large turbines You really need big machines, bigger in the timeframe of those projects. That whether there is capacity in the market. and blades,” says Barla. “We’re talking cranes to handle these.” could be cost effective and provide pow- “If companies are not making investment

  • MR Nov-19#56 ,  rials. From going onboard and marking 
like ‘hey, can you)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 56

    and EU SRR regulations] or more one of these facilities that it will not be Saltkjel listed “cooperation, knowledge, rials. From going onboard and marking like ‘hey, can you approve this so we can polluting”. management style, and commitment” as the location of the materials listed in the get more

  • MR Nov-19#6  term, is the 
Corporate Staff
Mark O’Malley, Marketing Manager
ing)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    .com that maritime is ultra conservative and slow to change, from my seat this too is start- A brighter picture, near term, is the Corporate Staff Mark O’Malley, Marketing Manager ing to change – albeit slowly – as ever larger conglomerates of maritime operators and nascent offshore wind industry.

  • MN Nov-19#74 . To be named Southern Cross, it marks 
the third vessel built)
    November 2019 - Marine News page: 74

    another pair of vessels, including a 101 x 40-ft. steel double-ended passenger/vehicle ferry for Shelter Island, NY. To be named Southern Cross, it marks the third vessel built for South Ferry. In addition, the shipyard is building a 56-foot ice-break- ing, all-welded-steel, diesel powered, double crew

  • MN Nov-19#22  should be tailored to that 
marked the passage of World)
    November 2019 - Marine News page: 22

    unique; therefore, it follows that regula- in the region. On September 26, the maritime industry tions protecting this region should be tailored to that marked the passage of World Maritime Day. It is with that uniqueness. Unfortunately, regulations resulting from context in mind that we call attention

  • MN Nov-19#4  FILE
Vice President, Sales & Marketing
A Step Up in Safety)
    November 2019 - Marine News page: 4

    & Graphics Manager wind sector. Nicole Ventimiglia • nicole@marinelink.com SALES 70 TECH FILE Vice President, Sales & Marketing A Step Up in Safety with Rob Howard • howard@marinelink.com NABRICO’s FASST Winder Winch Advertising Sales Managers National Sales Manager Terry

  • MP Q3-19#42  the cooperative spirit that marks  Paying the Price: as)
    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 42

    a year, starting this December. non, Director of Environmental Management, Port of Los Angeles. Each reiterated and emphasized the cooperative spirit that marks Paying the Price: as ‘X’ approaches zero their R&D work. Tomley noted that a big part of this work is New equipment, new energy, new infrastructure

  • MP Q3-19#25  viewed as an immature niche market; as such, ves-
cal company)
    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 25

    VLEC entered into service in 2016, ethane ship- a pair of similarly sized ships for the UK-headquartered chemi- ping is still viewed as an immature niche market; as such, ves- cal company INEOS, which intends to use the ships to transport sel owners and fnanciers demand more fexible designs that will ethane

  • MP Q3-19#24  known as ‘crackers’ – in 
ping market since 2016, when the)
    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 24

    to transport U.S. eth- The strong demand for ethane has created an entirely new ship- ane exports to new processing plants – known as ‘crackers’ – in ping market since 2016, when the frst regular exports were sent China, waiting only for a successful resolution of bilateral US- by sea. Prior to that, the gas

  • MP Q3-19#4  have appeared in myriad 
 
Mark O’Malley, Public Relations
marit)
    Sep/Oct 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 4

    versity with a double major in English Literature and Vladimir Bibik, IT Lloyd’s Maritime Academy. Government. His articles have appeared in myriad Mark O’Malley, Public Relations maritime publications. Esther Rothenberger, Accounting 3 Llewellyn Bankes-Hughes (Managing Director, Pet- rospot) began

  • MT Oct-19#23   proposed new geological epoch marked by humanity’s effect)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 23

    as a de? ning signi? er of the Anthropocene, a plastic buried in the sea? oor. There, relatively still waters and proposed new geological epoch marked by humanity’s effect a near total absence of oxygen preserve sedimentary layers, on Earth. Speci? cally, the rise of plastics beginning in 1945

  • MT Oct-19#4  navy correspondent 
Manager, Marketing
Mark O’Malley 
Edward)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 4

    the study of our world’s waterways. We start Corporate Staff on page 40 with an insightful feature on NATO’s RV Alliance from navy correspondent Manager, Marketing Mark O’Malley Edward Lundquist. We ? nish, starting on page 54, with one-page feature shorts on some momalley@marinelink.com innovative new

  • MR Oct-19#74  Directory Section, contact Mark O’Malley  at  momalley@marinelin)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 74

    contract, MR assumes no responsibility for errors. If you are interested in having your company listed in this Buyer’s Directory Section, contact Mark O’Malley at momalley@marinelink.com AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM MEMS MOTION SENSING 8823 Ext. 119, chris.peitchinis@tube-mac.com contact:

  • MR Oct-19#70  are rated A+ (Superior), Fi-
marking.  less of engine make)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 70

    optimization potential and ? eet performance bench- Coverage Pros. “The challenge mariners have faced insurance companies are rated A+ (Superior), Fi- marking. less of engine make, type and age. Ships and in the past is the time-consuming process of search- nancial Size Category XV by A.M. Best Company

  • MR Oct-19#69 . The telescoping de-
MED mark of conformity 0098/2018)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 69

    1100 horsepower ZF Marine ZF AT 5011 RT TT-FP with the directive on marine equipment and has the L-Drive Retractable Thruster. The telescoping de- MED mark of conformity 0098/2018. sign allows it to extend downward from the hull, It is designed to measure a wide range of the most where it can operate

  • MR Oct-19#57  not going away, and  multiple markets, Wood said that while)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 57

    has grown and gained traction in “many more than I ever would have expected.” Today cause the environmental issues are not going away, and multiple markets, Wood said that while much has the company’s portfolio includes tugs, barges and pas- they are pushing us in directions I would have never changed

  • MR Oct-19#19  Retired  the event. Scott Brotemarkle of the NAS  ? rst time)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    the national prominence of Ridge (National Laboratory) was the short papers based on the posters. Keynote speakers include: Retired the event. Scott Brotemarkle of the NAS ? rst time that the focus was not Coast Posters may have only one author. An Rear Adm. Mark “Buzz” Buzby, who is will lead a panel

  • MR Oct-19#17 . Part of this 
properly marked or placarded, and $15)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 17

    the containers were not cargo may cause the shipper to be ? ned to inspect a container is for a Statisti- tual on-board emergency. Part of this properly marked or placarded, and $15,000 in addition to any costs associ- cal Violation Hold, or when the goods training should include the use of Inter- ated

  • MR Oct-19#6  was in the design of ships and 
Mark O’Malley, Marketing Manager
Esth)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    Reports. knowing from the age of 11 that his Corporate Staff Then again, it is in some ways hauntingly the same. future was in the design of ships and Mark O’Malley, Marketing Manager Esther Rothenberger, Accounting While the technology onboard ships and boats today has evolved dramatically, and boats

  • MN Sep-19#4  President, Sales & Marketing
Rob Howard • howard@marinel)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 4

    Manager Offshore Wind: Set to Soar Nicole Ventimiglia • nicole@marinelink.com By Nicolette Nye SALES Vice President, Sales & Marketing Rob Howard • howard@marinelink.com 24 WASHINGTON WATCH Advertising Sales Managers National Sales Manager More Money, Same Problems for Terry

  • MN Oct-19#57  for smaller vessels with 
mark (IMO MED Wheelmark) cer-
limited)
    October 2019 - Marine News page: 57

    with a SOLAS- ternational Maritime Organization approved Seasava Pro-ISO liferaft, Marine Equipment Directive Wheel- developed for smaller vessels with mark (IMO MED Wheelmark) cer- limited deck space and is required ti? cation. The IMO MED Wheel- to be serviced at three-year intervals. mark is

  • MN Oct-19#54  to 362 children  trator Mark. H. Buzby. “They are a)
    October 2019 - Marine News page: 54

    Marine, LLC has relo- program that has helped provide edu- cated their corporate headquarters to cational opportunities to 362 children trator Mark. H. Buzby. “They are a Galveston, Texas. The new location, at of employees across the HII enterprise. key component to national security and our