Parker Maritime

  • The Maritime Administration has approved in principle an application by Parker Towing Co., Inc., Tuscaloosa, Ala., for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing 33 hopper barges, two doubleskinned petroleum tank barges, one towboat, and the reconditioning of two towboats and four used hopper barges.

    Jeffboat Inc., Jeffersonville, Ind., is building the 35 new barges and reconditioning the four used barges. Mainstream Shipyard & Supply, Inc., Greenville, Miss., built the new towboat Tim Parker and reconditioned one of the used towboats, the M/V Mobile. The remaining towboat, Lady Nica, was reconditioned by Hamilton Machine Shop, Inc., Chickasaw, Ala. Work on most of the vessels already has been completed; the remainder are expected to be delivered by the end of the year.

    Parker Towing plans to use the vessels in its general towing service, which hauls coal, petroleum, steel, manganese, grain and other cargoes along the rivers and coastal waterways of the U.S.

    Gulf Coast.

    The approved Title XI guarantee is for $10,655,000, approximately 87y. percent of the vessels' $12,450,158 combined estimated depreciated actual cost.

  • Tim Parker Sr., chairman of the board, and Tim Parker Jr., president of Parker Towing Company, have announced the promotion of Charles A. Haun to senior vice president, operations, and the addition of Edward W. Peterson as vice president, sales. Mr. Haun has been with Parker Towing since January

  • Parker Hannifin Corporation and Gull Inc. of Smithtown, N.Y., recently announced that a definitive agreement has been reached for Parker to acquire Gull, a leading producer of state-of-the-art fuel gauging and monitoring systems, engine-monitoring computers, firesuppression systems, and navigation- m

  • Career Profile: Parker Harrison - Vice President, Procurement Crowley Maritime Corporation Charlottesville, Va. and the University of Virginia are a long, long way from the ocean. Arguably, an even greater distance is the one which stretches from a Bachelor of Arts degree in Italian and German, all the

  • Parker Hannifin Corporation, Instrumentation Valves Division of Jacksonville, Ala., is offering free literature on % - and V2 -inch general purpose packless, bellows valves that are used in a wide range of applications requiring clean and safe service operation in the handling of high-purity gas or

  • H u d s o n S h i p b u i l d e r s , Inc. (HUDSHIP) recently delivered the M / V Charles Haun to Parker Towing Company, Inc. of Tuscaloosa, Ala. The Charles Haun is an 85-foot by 34-foot by 10-foot 6-inch twin screw towboat. The vessel is powered by twin Fairbanks Morse 38D8 Vs six-cylinder diesel

  • ; Harry P. Hart, public relations ; Paul Hoffert, Hoffert Marine Inc.; David Howard, Seafarer ; Raymond L. King, Sea- Land Service; Capt. Bob Parker, St. Johns Bar Pilots Assn.; James J. Scott, formerly of Jacksonville Port Authority; Joseph Shiffert, North Florida Shipyards; John Sullivan

  • Parker CPI union bonnet valves for process, power and instrumentation systems are designed for positive shut-off, reliability and long service life in severe service applications. Pressure rated to 6,000 psig these stainless steel valves handle a wide range of corrosive media. Stem swivel above

  • Parker Kittiwake explains why frequent condition monitoring is the most effective measure in combating the recent cold corrosion phenomenon The recent trend in favoring newer generation engines which offer improved fuel consumption by using a longer stroke reflects the marine industry’s focus on energy

  • SAS Osean Sas OSIL Osiris Projects OTM Servo Mechanism Ltd Outland Technology PACIFIC CREST Panolin Parkburn Precision Handling Systems Ltd Parker Maritime AS PDM Neptec Ltd Pearson Engineering Services Periplus Group Planet Ocean Ltd PMI Industries, Inc. Pole Mer Méditerranée Positioneering

  • Co., Nashville, Tenn., to finance construction of 44 open hopper barges and 15 doublehull chemical tank barges with a new $12.2 million guarantee. •Parker Towing Co., Tuscaloosa, Ala., to refinance a construction loan on 25 dry cargo barges with a new $3.9 million MarAd guarantee

  • Parker Towing Co., Inc., P.O. Box 72, 1001 o 24th Avenue, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 35402, has applied for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing 35 barges and four towboats. The vessels will be used on the inland and coastal waterways of the United States. The project includes 33 hopper barges, each with

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    FIREBOATS SAFE BOATS DIVERSIFIED MARINE INC. Credit: SAFE Boats Credit: Jensen Maritime maneuverability and operability. Vessels capable of ? ghting Moose Boats M2-38 Fire Rescue Catamaran ? res from the water is not a new concept; over the years LOA: 38’-10” SAFE has helped agencies around the

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    GREAT WORKBOATS sustainable farm-to-market systems that is in operation to- HYBRID ELECTRIC: day – all-important issues when trading in the gentri? ed ar- DERECKTOR LAUNCHES THIRD eas the vessel will trade. Harbor Harvest is working towards HYBRID CATAMARAN expending the ? eet with a second vessel with

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    SPECIAL REPORT happening. Icebreaker Wind is a six turbine, 20.7-megawatt Association (OMSA), the mouthpiece of the domestic off- offshore demonstration project in Lake Erie. Once approved, shore marine transportation service industry, responded to it will be the ? rst freshwater project in North America.

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    “… OMSA and its members have continued to engage the USCG and FEMA in discussions about the industry’s capabilities and the Nation’s response requirements. The impetus behind the effort was hurricane response, but the recommendations can improve the maritime response strategies for any crisis scenario.

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    INSIGHTS Niels Aalund additionally serves on 14 regional and/or national com- President, mittees and boards, including such groups as Director at Large, Houston Ship Channel Security District, Lone Star International Propeller Harbor Safety Committee, Area Maritime Security council Club (AMSC)

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    EDITOR’S NOTE well-worn adage says that ‘when one door closes; another usually opens.’ Trite as that may be, it is also true. Ten years ago the door opened up for me A here at New Wave Media, and the 10 years that immediately followed have been the most satisfying and rewarding of my 40-year professional

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