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

  • MN Jun-19#4  President, Sales & Marketing
 
Transitioning to)
    June 2019 - Marine News page: 4

    & Graphics Manager Nicole Ventimiglia • nicole@marinelink.com 34 TECH FILE SALES Vice President, Sales & Marketing Transitioning to LED Rob Howard • howard@marinelink.com Navigation Lights Advertising Sales Managers National Sales Manager Terry Breese •

  • MR Jun-19#58  Directory Section, contact Mark O’Malley  at  momalley@marinelin)
    June 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 58

    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 NAVAL ARCHITECTS, MARINE BAE Systems - HybriDrive Solutions, 1098 Clark Street

  • MR Jun-19#6  on the news and topics you 
Mark O’Malley, Marketing Manager
Esth)
    June 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    , reporting Corporate Staff tive means to move masses of cargo from point A to point B around the globe, and in 24/7/365 on the news and topics you Mark O’Malley, Marketing Manager Esther Rothenberger, Accounting many cases, it is the only way. While the industry often gets categorized as slow to in-

  • MT Jun-19#10  ?  rst exploration licenses 
remarkable. MSc and then a PhD)
    June 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 10

    industry, starting with the a rapid, at times turbulent, but always exploration, and went on to complete an award of the ? rst exploration licenses remarkable. MSc and then a PhD in petroleum tech- in 1965, and the discovery of Eko? sk in There are many engineers who have nology and applied geophysics

  • MT Jun-19#8 .  More 
Sidus Solutions, Mark Hopper, VP, and 
than 20)
    June 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 8

    , simultaneously. and tsunami risk to the large popula- Pictured are (L to R): Leonard Pool, tions of the Paci? c North-West. More Sidus Solutions, Mark Hopper, VP, and than 20 Sonardyne Fetch subsea Francis Labonte, both with Montreal- sensor logging nodes, which will be based Vantrix. deployed

  • MT Jun-19#4 .
Corporate Staff
Manager, Marketing
Mark O’Malley 
momalley@mar)
    June 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 4

    . Starting on page 48 you will ? nd recent research from three leading institutions, from Italy to Miami to Newfoundland. Corporate Staff Manager, Marketing Mark O’Malley momalley@marinelink.com Accounting Esther Rothenberger rothenberger@marinelink.com Manager, Information Technology Services Vladimir

  • MT Apr-19#21  image capture document bench-
marks are met; plus identi?)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 21

    3D view of debris. ? Improved revenue capture with documenta- tion with ‘as-building’ capabilities: Multibeam sonar and image capture document bench- marks are met; plus identi? es ‘extra’ work www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology Reporter 21 MTR #3 (18-33).indd 21 4/10/2019 4:06:12 P

  • MT Apr-19#4  of autonomy 
Manager, Marketing
Mark O’Malley 
were)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 4

    of autonomy and ef? ciency to make Corporate Staff successful, pro? table operations in the ‘new reality.’ And these evolutions of autonomy Manager, Marketing Mark O’Malley were on full display earlier this month in Southampton at Ocean Business. momalley@marinelink.com Accounting Esther Rothenberger

  • MT May-19#59  up to 3NM  systems, navigation marker posts and  an adequate)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 59

    self-contained and beacons, monitoring and control ate, and have suf? cient power to provide lantern capable of ranges up to 3NM systems, navigation marker posts and an adequate range for coastal naviga- covering a variety of applications. The top marks, and moorings and installa- tion. The modi? cations

  • MT May-19#53  complexity and propose  ing man-marked. We had a common goal)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 53

    7 was able to accom- little demarcation in a client contractor sense. We weren’t be- modate changes as the project gained complexity and propose ing man-marked. We had a common goal.” Images courtesy Chrysaor and Subsea 7 www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology Reporter 53 MTR #4 (50-63).indd

  • MT May-19#52  team. We didn’t want to man-mark Subsea 7’s  age, then inspected)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 52

    contract in place and were working quick- ed, cleaned and gauged subsea, to check it clear of any dam- ly as a small team. We didn’t want to man-mark Subsea 7’s age, then inspected externally using an ROV. In August, the team to see what they were doing, so we put it in their hands.” new pipeline

  • MT May-19#12  marine casualties  in?  uence a market.
and to determine waterway)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 12

    programs. wide, making it dif? cult for vessels to arrive unexpectedly and Governments also utilize the data to analyze marine casualties in? uence a market. and to determine waterway usage. A large amount of AIS data As we learned in a recent report of the U.S. Committee on is collected by governments

  • MT May-19#10  that provide an AIS signal to mark hazards to navigation in)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 10

    Government Update AIS DATA Governments are now using AIS in an innovative manner by creating virtual aids-to-navigation that provide an AIS signal to mark hazards to navigation in locations where a physical aid-to-navigation does not exist. By Dennis Bryant The Automatic Identi? cation System (AIS)

  • MT May-19#4  
Corporate Staff
Manager, Marketing
story on this innovative)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 4

    solution, and it leans on a neural network to keep the variable-depth platform at the optimal depth at all times. The complete Corporate Staff Manager, Marketing story on this innovative new solution starts on page 40. Mark O’Malley momalley@marinelink.com Accounting Esther Rothenberger rothenberger@marinelink

  • MR May-19#90  Directory Section, contact Mark O’Malley  at  momalley@marinelin)
    May 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 Bristol Harbor Group, Inc., 99 Poppasquash Road Unit carol.gorenflo@baesystems

  • MR May-19#63  an aluminum catamaran tourist  marks a long-term commitment)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 63

    the three gen- eration history of her ? rm. Photo Courtesy Alain Haig-Brown on the boats, We build pride with our velop an aluminum catamaran tourist marks a long-term commitment to motto: ‘Ferry fast, Ferry safe, Ferry con- boat. With the metal cut and shipped to progressive ferry design and safety

  • MR May-19#10  are 
vide an AIS signal to mark hazards to navigation in)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    that pro- surveying based on measured traf? c volumes. The Bu- based on that data. Interviews of crew members are vide an AIS signal to mark hazards to navigation in loca- reau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) uses AIS still important, but actual ship movements as recorded tions where

  • MR May-19#8  conclusions is that we have a  Market” service. The goal of)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    the Harbor Harvest “Farm-to-Harbor-to- supposed to give government person- delays. Olmsted’s two 1200 x 110-foot port’s key conclusions is that we have a Market” service. The goal of the service nel a sense of the progress that DOT locks will eliminate transit double-lock- massive opportunity to leapfrog

  • MR May-19#6  and uncertainty in the market.   O’Malley passed away)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    in my 27 years in this Last month John Edward William Stoichevski - Scandinavia job, and never before have I seen so much confusion and uncertainty in the market. O’Malley passed away at the age of Production Irina Vasilets vasilets@marinelink.com (OK, to be fair, the Ballast Water Technology rules and systems

  • MN May-19#51 ,” says Interlake President Mark W. Barker.
LOA: 639’Expected)
    May 2019 - Marine News page: 51

    that has the experience and skill to execute on our long-term Great Lakes since 1983. The ship, which will transport raw vision,” says Interlake President Mark W. Barker. LOA: 639’Expected Delivery: mid-2022Deadweight tons: 28,000 Beam: 75’ Shaft horsepower: 7800Classi? cation: ABS Height: 45’Engines: EMD EPA

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

    & Graphics Manager facturing in the United States Nicole Ventimiglia • nicole@marinelink.com SALES Vice President, Sales & Marketing Rob Howard • howard@marinelink.com Advertising Sales Managers 24 OP/ED National Sales Manager Is Short Sea shipping on the Terry Breese • breese@mar

  • MP Q1-19#45  top 10 U.S.  cus of Port NOLA’s marketing efforts,” said Brandy)
    Mar/Apr 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 45

    . And imported containers rose 7 percent, which continues to be a fo- Eso last year at this time we provided a list of the top 10 U.S. cus of Port NOLA’s marketing efforts,” said Brandy D. Christian, Ports by TEUs and value. That information was provided to us by Port NOLA President and CEO. “We anticipate

  • MP Q1-19#26 ?Boxed in or Busting Out?
Benchmarking the Nation’s top container)
    Mar/Apr 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 26

    Container Ports Boxed in or Busting Out?Boxed in or Busting Out? Benchmarking the Nation’s top container ports in 2018 and looking ahead to what comes next. By Rick Eyerdam he nation’s major ports ?nished 2018 and began 2019 set- ter. In total, for the ?rst three months of 2019, the port’s volumes ting

  • MP Q1-19#4  and communications, 
 
Mark O’Malley, Public Relations
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    Mar/Apr 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 4

    Buchmann provides strategic and tactical support, Vladimir Bibik, IT worked for software company Trigonon at including analytics and communications, Mark O’Malley, Public Relations Esther Rothenberger, Accounting the Hansa Treuhand, where he ?rst gained to businesses across the maritime spec- an insight