Tim Mullane

  • Featuring a waterjet-powered fiberglass hull, a new pilot boat was constructed for Puget Sound Pilots at Nordlund Boat Co., Tacoma, Wash.

    Measuring 74 ft. (22.5 m), the vessel will be based at Port Angeles, Wash., where it was scheduled to enter service during December 1999. Powered by two Cat® 3412E marine diesel engines, each rated 900-bhp at 2,300-rpm, driving Hamilton waterjets through Reintjes Gears, the vessel's top speed is estimated at 26 knots. The 1,800-bhp (1,342 bkW) Puget Sound boasts a new hull design developed in conjunction with Tim Nolan of Tim Nolan Marine Design and Ed Hagemann of Hage- Marine, Inc.

    Noted as the first marine engine to feature Caterpillar's patented Hydraulically- Actuated Electronically-Controlled Unit Injector (HEUI) fuel system — this will be the first pilot boat installation of Cat 3412Es. Regarding the engine's performance, Captain John Harris, of Puget Sound Pilots, cited increased fuel economy, emissions control and weight-toweight power ratio.

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  • 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

  • open hopper barges in the Warrior-Tombigbee, Coosa and the Alabama River areas and through the Gulf Intracoastal W a t e r w a y System. Capt. Tim Parker Sr., president, and Tim Parker Jr., vice president, accepted delivery of the Charles Haun, which is named after their operations manager

  • The Company: Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine Coatings is a global provider of protective and marine coatings, offering a complete line of time-tested, high-performance coatings technologies to combat corrosion, protect assets, enhance personnel safety, and improve aesthetics. From more than 4,000

  • Parkway Adairsville, GA  30701 Telephone: 770 877 7602 E-mail: dlangston@yanmar.com Website: http://us.yanmar.com President (Yanmar America): Tim Fernandez Number of Employees: 200 The Company: YANMAR America Corporation, located in Adairsville, Ga., is the regional headquarters of YANMAR Co

  • Southside Marine, Inc., Tampa Bay, Fia., has announced the establishment of a branch facility at Newport News, Va. .Tim Brennan, president of SMI, stated recently that the new branch will result in savings to SMI clients in the Tidewater area since per diem expense rates will be the same as those

  • Tim O'Leary, formerly with Foss Launch & Tug Co., has been promoted to manager, market development and research for Dillingham Maritime's Ocean Division, Seattle, Wash. According to Tom Van Dawark, president of the Dillingham Maritime Ocean Division, Mr. O'Leary's new responsibilities will include

  • The Maritime Administration has invited proposals from interested parties to provide a vessel suitable for conversion to a U.S.-flag schoolship. It would replace the government- owned training ship Empire State, which is now operated by the State University of New York Maritime College of Fort

  • and New Westminster, B.C., which is the result of a company program to identify and develop new markets. Chuck Main, manager of sales development and Tim Brewer, vice president of sales, coordinated the commencement of the new container feeder operation. The major users of the new service are Sea- Land

  • regional sections: an Eastern Region, where Joel Benetti, located at Rutherford, N.J., has been appointed regional manager; a Southern Region, with Tim LaBorde, located at New Orleans, L.A., as regional manager; and a Western Region, with David Leggett as regional manager, operating out of the

  • division of Crutcher Resources Corporation specializing in automatic welding systems for oil and gas pipeline construction and industrial applications. Tim Carey, president of CRC Welding Systems, Inc. and CRC Automatic Welding, said the relocation was the result of CRC's efforts to consolidate technical

  • 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.

  • MT May-19#58  capabil- 10 AUVs at the same time. pose dual-frequency sonar)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    , together with So- tracking and communications with up to The Oculus M750d is a general-pur- nardyne, will offer 6G-enabled capabil- 10 AUVs at the same time. pose dual-frequency sonar offering up to ity across its commercial autonomous 120 meter range capability at 750kHz, vessel product range. L3’s

  • MR Sep-18#40  precision navigation and tim- ment of Homeland Security)
    September 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    government agencies. Another Depart- boaters. AIS uses Very High Frequency enforcement perspective or for marine terrestrial precision navigation and tim- ment of Homeland Security entity, the (VHF) radio signals to autonomously planning such as wind farm placement,” ing systems of their day. Now

  • MR Aug-18#59  the East  program for our maritime forces prob- to mature)
    August 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 59

    to acquire vendor furnished information, you will, that will sustain the efforts of while another shipyard on the East program for our maritime forces prob- to mature design work and ultimately get Vancouver Shipyards and responding to Coast, Irving Shipbuilding, will deliver ably since

  • MN Aug-18#35 Cox Powertrain
CEO/President: 
Tim Routsis
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Cox)
    August 2018 - Marine News page: 35

    Cox Powertrain CEO/President: Tim Routsis THE COMPANY: Cox Powertrain is an innovative engineering company that develops marine diesel outboard engines for worldwide, multi-market applications. It is the ? rst company to introduce a completely new line of high powered, high performance and highly

  • MN Aug-18#34  OEM
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    August 2018 - Marine News page: 34

    MN Engine OEM 100 CEO/President: Tim Fernandez YANMAR America THE COMPANY: YANMAR America is a subsidiary of YANMAR Co., Ltd., which celebrated its 100th year of operation in 2012. YANMAR America is a recognized designer and manufac- THE COMPANY: turer of advanced performance diesel engine and diesel-pow-

  • MN Jul-18#52 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
TOTE Maritime 
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    July 2018 - Marine News page: 52

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS TOTE Maritime NooneGreene Nolan JaenichenHelisWilliams Engineering from the U.S. Naval Leadership Transitions at Academy and his Masters’ degree in TOTE Maritime Companies Engineering Management from Old Announced Saltchuk announced that Tim Nolan Dominion University. He joins

  • MR Jun-18#48  “Jack” J. Gallagher, a maritime in- partners hold an equal)
    June 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 48

    . The three - in charge also of supplying the main carriers that excel in environmental Obituary: John “Jack” J. Gallagher John “Jack” J. Gallagher, a maritime in- partners hold an equal share in the new equipment - will measure 77.3 x 17 m, stewardship and attain the highest par- dustry veteran and founder

  • MR May-18#32  a newly constructed  ley Maritime, also based in Jacksonville)
    May 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 32

    the Caribbean. Crow- link in the fuel supply chain, solving the customers that include United European be conducted from a newly constructed ley Maritime, also based in Jacksonville, ‘chicken and egg’ dilemma as they can Carriers, who also operates LNG fueled 2,200 cbm LNG barge built at Conrad will

  • MR May-18#10  in over 2,000 projects  and Maritime Security (BMD), a divi-)
    May 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    with Borders pleted ? eld testing of a tracker designed projects of mutual bene? t. Several RDC has been involved in over 2,000 projects and Maritime Security (BMD), a divi- to support units in pursuit of suspected efforts stand to pro? t from this partner- and initiatives that have signi? cantly

  • MT May-18#55  vessel. enabling improved real-time communi- very well since)
    May 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 55

    around $200 million to build collection and analysis at sea, while also “The R/V Thompson has performed a new research vessel. enabling improved real-time communi- very well since its re? t, and the crew has “The re? t of the R/V Thompson pro- cations with shore. Several critical sen- provided positive

  • MP Q1-18#32  has upset some of the old-timers. 
But, outside of the)
    Jan/Feb 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 32

    of the decade, and a sub- cruise terminal near the heart of a historic stantial increase from 25.8 million in 2017. district has upset some of the old-timers. But, outside of the true mega cruise ports in south Florida with their enormous economies of scale (and therefore, the Over the past six years

  • MN Feb-18#53  on gov-
ernment contracts. Tim Burke, direc-
tor, proposal)
    February 2018 - Marine News page: 53

    contract management, with responsibility for supporting the business activities of the solutions group, with a primary focus on gov- ernment contracts. Tim Burke, direc- tor, proposal management, has been tapped to lead the team responsible for preparing and submitting propos- als and bids. Supporting

  • MN Jan-18#37  that weighs on next steps and tim-
“Memphis, TN, is one city)
    January 2018 - Marine News page: 37

    INLAND PASSENGER VESSELS chicken-and-egg factor that weighs on next steps and tim- “Memphis, TN, is one city expecting ing. He points to Viking as a likely entrant, offering that, “Viking knows how to put these pieces together.” big growth in river cruising. At the REGIONAL COLLABORATION KEY heart of the

  • MP Q4-17#47  the Caribbean. Crowley Maritime, also based in 
Sirius)
    Nov/Dec 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 47

    GREEN SHIPPING tic Sea. The vessel is owned by shipowner Anthony Veder and ness around the Caribbean. Crowley Maritime, also based in Sirius Shipping, and will be on charter to Skangas, a distributor Jacksonville, will soon be placing two LNG powered contain- serving Norway, Sweden and Finland. Skangas

  • MP Q4-17#45  call) at certain ports?
the maritime environment. For owners)
    Nov/Dec 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 45

    GREEN SHIPPING curve, and the effcacy of adapting a landside technology to capable vessels calling (or hoping to call) at certain ports? the maritime environment. For owners choosing to build LNG LNG fueling makes sense where trade routes are fxed and fueled vessels, the most immediate question centers

  • MR Dec-17#42  faster vehicle deck 
turnaround times,” said Tim Burnell, Incat)
    December 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 42

    already operate two Incat 112 meter cata- marans, while delivering a minimum 10 percent fuel and emissions saving plus faster vehicle deck turnaround times,” said Tim Burnell, Incat. Building on the in-service experience of the In- cat 112 meter, the concept was redesigned from the keel up by Incat’s

  • MT Nov-17#55 .com
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    November 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 55

    , and the agreement provides for the sharing of distribution channels. Andrew Aurigema, Eric Gaudreau, www.darkwatervision.com Bradley Scott Jones and Tim Ratcliffe. www.axsub.com SubC SubC Upgrades DVRO SubC Imaging announced a newly upgraded version 6 of its all-in-one video processing system, the DVRO

  • MR Nov-17#53  the ?  eet
2015
Crowley Maritime Corp. and Svitzer Salvage)
    November 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 53

    Atlantic Puerto Rico trade The third and fourth ocean class tugboats <96> Ocean Sun and Ocean Sky were christened and entered the ? eet 2015 Crowley Maritime Corp. and Svitzer Salvage merge salvage divisions to create new company Ardent. The international and government ship manage- ment groups take on

  • MR Oct-17#65  most representative areas are tim-
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    October 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 65

    and a vast range of decorative details. The interiors are of particularly high quality, and ? oors and furniture in the most representative areas are tim- bered in ? ne woods. Air Products has been Pioneers in the Nitrogen A team of 30 staff worked on the proj- ect over an 11-month period. The ship

  • MR Oct-17#39  Meyer, CEO of Meyer 
Werft, and Tim Meyer, CEO of Meyer Werft)
    October 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 39

    worldwide that can be operated both at sea and in port with LNG. In the presence of AIDA President Felix Eichhorn, Bernard Meyer, CEO of Meyer Werft, and Tim Meyer, CEO of Meyer Werft, two trainees named Louisa Trö- bner (AIDA Cruises) and Martin de Boer (Meyer Werft) placed the traditional lucky coin under

  • MP Q3-17#48  became a high profle vic-
tim of the Petya/Notpetya virus)
    Jul/Aug 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 48

    Port Security What is the threat to shipping? At the beginning of June, Maersk became a high profle vic- tim of the Petya/Notpetya virus, demonstrating the obvious When everything is connected to digital risk realities that a.) even the largest and most prepared everything, do you need to physically

  • MT Jul-17#77  EA A AN N   OIL & GAS M MA AR RITIM ME E   AQUACULTURE E U)
    July 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 77

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  • MN Aug-17#76 .OceanMedix.com
CEO/President: Tim Price
CEO/President: Denny)
    August 2017 - Marine News page: 76

    ? cpowergroup@paci? cpowergroup.com E-mail: dennyemory@oceanmedix.com Website: www.paci? cpowergroup.com/marine Website: www.OceanMedix.com CEO/President: Tim Price CEO/President: Denny Emory, Director of Operations THE COMPANY: THE COMPANY: OceanMedix was launched in 2006 to provide a line of Established

  • MR May-17#77  ..............47 knots
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ing)
    May 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 77

    .....43 knots with in excess of 600 metric tons deadweight Service Speed: ................40 knots Lightship Speed: ..............47 knots Photo: Tim Kingston / Incat Tasmania ing ceremony held at the shipyard was ria, Gippsland Ports is the designated Anderson Inlet to Mallacoota over 720 trance