Tnt

  • TNT Hydrolines, Inc., Wayne, N.J., recently took delivery of an 80- foot, high-speed catamaran, TNT Express I, to be used for commuting and excursions in New York Harbor.

    The vessel, one of the first catamarans to be used for commuting in the area, will carry passengers to and from Monmouth Country, N.J., and New York, and can be used for excursions and private parties during midday hours and on weekends.

    Seating capacity of the TNT Express is 220 passengers, which expands to a total of 265 wben outdoor seating is utilized.

    Built by Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, The Duclos Corporation, TNT Express I was designed by Philip Hercus of International Catamarans Pty., Ltd. of Sydney, Australia. It is powered by two 12- cylinder Deutz MWM diesel engines which give it a 29-knot capability.

    The twin hulls are designed to provide a near wakeless ride and great stability in all kinds of weather.

    TNT Hydrolines, Inc. is a subsidiary of TNT Limited, the worldwide transportation group.

    For free literature giving full information on the facilities and capabilities of Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, C i r c l e 6 8 o n R e a d e r S e r v i c e C a rd For more information and free literature on Deutz MWM diesel engines, C i r c l e 6 9 o n Reader S e r v i c e C a rd

  • —Free Literature O f f e r e d— Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Somerset, Mass., has received an order from TNT Hydrolines, Inc., Wayne, N.J., for an 80-foot, 265- passenger, high-speed passenger ferry, which will be used for commuting and excursions in New York Harbor. The announcement was made by

  • by Australian marine architect Philip Hercus just over a year ago, has announced the sale of its fourth International Catamaran (INCAT) to TNT Hydrolines, Inc., a New Jersey-based subsidiary of TNT, Ltd. of Australia, one of the world's largest transportation companies. The 82-foot, welded-alumi

  • operated under the Singapore flag by an operating joint venture to be set up by Timur and Selco. Timur Carriers is a subsidiary of the Australian-based TNT Group, through its Bulkships shipping unit. Selco is part of the Singapore public company, Pan Electric Industries Ltd

  • tons of steel renewal and routine dry docking works for shafting and hull maintenance works, while M / V Integra Duckling 886 x 138 ft. (270 x 42 m) of TNT from Taiwan will experience 28,800 sq. m. hold sandblasting and coating and 100 tons of steel renewal and dry docking works. Routine dry docking

  • a series of underwater explosion tests on a Bell-designed 110-foot commercial SES. During the tests, explosive charges equivalent to 1,800 pounds of TNT were detonated at various distances to the ship. After the most severe test on cushion, the SES immediately departed the area with all systems operating

  • flags. The Jersey Central Railroad Terminal on Black Tom Island became a focal point for these shipments. Small arms ammunition, detonating fuses, and TNT were regularly shipped from this facility located across from New York City. Federal oversight was minimal and security was virtually nonexistent

    • RORO 92 Maritime Reporter, May 1992 #60

    For Swaobodv Handling Of RoRo Vessels - A. Ivarssen, CCH AB, Sweden Using Swaobodies For Multi-Modal JIT Logistics - S. Wells, general manager transport, TNT, Netherlands New RoRo System For Steel Products - (paper to be confirmed), NKK Corporation, Japan Using Cassettes In The Steel Industry - R. Engstrand

  • MT Oct-16#56  pack with a miniBOOSTER and a TNT Rescue ‘Jaws  atively exploit)
    October 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 56

    .” 1 & 2 Windfarms, came from combining a Seaeye hydraulic From the start, DCN Diving were con? dent they could cre- power pack with a miniBOOSTER and a TNT Rescue ‘Jaws atively exploit the Cougar’s technological architecture and of Life’ hydraulic rescue cutter to create a uniquely powerful windfarm-relevant

  • MR Apr-82#8  
of the Australian-based TNT 
Group, through its Bulkships)
    April 1982 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    under the Singapore flag by an operating joint venture to be set up by Timur and Selco. Timur Carriers is a subsidiary of the Australian-based TNT Group, through its Bulkships shipping unit. Selco is part of the Singapore public company, Pan Electric Industries Ltd. John T. Gilbride Jr

  • MR Jul-15-83#37  
Italcantieri Shipyard 
The TNT Capricornia, a 75,750-
dwt)
    July 15, 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 37

    charts. For a free copy, Write 76 ori Reader Service Card Christening Held For Coal Fired Dry Bulk Carrier At Italcantieri Shipyard The TNT Capricornia, a 75,750- dwt coal-fired dry bulk carrier, was christened recently in cere- monies held at Italcantieri's Mon- falcone shipyard. The

  • MR Oct-15-83#27  of Trieste, 
Italy, for TNT Bulkships, Ltd. 
of Australia)
    October 15, 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 27

    the hallmark of our oil- fired boilers. C-E designed coal-fired boilers are also on bulk carriers built by Italcantieri of Trieste, Italy, for TNT Bulkships, Ltd. of Australia. As well as two bulk carriers being converted in Spain by E.N. Bazan for E.N. Elcano. For more about C-E coal- firing

  • MR Mar-89#51  
New Jersey And New York 
TNT Hydrolines, Inc., Wayne)
    March 1989 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 51

    and free lit- erature from Circle Seal Controls, Circle 58 on Reader Service Card New Commuting Service Begins Between New Jersey And New York TNT Hydrolines, Inc., Wayne, N.J., recently took delivery of an 80- foot, high-speed catamaran, TNT Express I, to be used for commuting and excursions

  • MR May-92#67 , general manager transport, TNT, Neth-
erlands 
New RoRo)
    May 1992 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 67

    Swaobodv Handling Of RoRo Vessels - A. Ivarssen, CCH AB, Sweden Using Swaobodies For Multi-Modal JIT Logistics - S. Wells, general manager transport, TNT, Neth- erlands New RoRo System For Steel Products - (paper to be confirmed), NKK Corporation, Japan Using Cassettes In The Steel Industry - R

  • MR Mar-03#44  
886 x 138 ft. (270 x 42 m) of TNT from Taiwan will 
experience)
    March 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 44

    tons of steel renewal and routine dry docking works for shafting and hull maintenance works, while M/V Integra Duckling 886 x 138 ft. (270 x 42 m) of TNT from Taiwan will experience 28,800 sq. m. hold sandblasting and coating and 100 tons of steel renewal and dry docking works. Routine dry docking

  • MR Mar-03#4  Ship Systems 14, 16, 26, 45 TNT 44 
Bollinger Shipyards)
    March 2003 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4

    Steel Corp. 16 Commerce 23 North Florida Shipyard 47 Tidewater Inc. 14 Blohm+Voss 14, 44 Hellespont Group 10 Northrop Grumman Ship Systems 14, 16, 26, 45 TNT 44 Bollinger Shipyards 26 Holland & Knight 18 Northwestern University 36 Toyo Sangyo Japan 44 Bouchard Transportation Corp. 38 Huarun Dadong Dockyard

  • MR Mar-04#13 , detonating fuses, and TNT were 
regularly shipped)
    March 2004 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 13

    Government Update Black Tom Island became a focal point for these shipments. Small arms ammu- nition, detonating fuses, and TNT were regularly shipped from this facility located across from New York City. Federal oversight was minimal and security was virtually nonexistent. Passes were not

  • MR Oct-04#15  DETECTED 
RDX, PETN, TNT, Semtex, NG, Nitrates,)
    October 2004 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 15

    displayed in 6-8 seconds. DRUGS DETECTED Cocaine, Heroin, THC [Cannabis), Methamphetamine, PCP, LSD and others. EXPLOSIVES DETECTED RDX, PETN, TNT, Semtex, NG, Nitrates, HMX, TATP and others. Smiths Detection has the most comprehensive range of detection technologies in the world today

  • MR Nov-04#19  DETECTED 
RDX, PETN, TNT, Semtex, NG, Nitrates,)
    November 2004 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    displayed in 6-8 seconds. DRUGS DETECTED Cocaine, Heroin, THC (Cannabis), Methamphetamine, PCP, LSD and others. EXPLOSIVES DETECTED RDX, PETN, TNT, Semtex, NG, Nitrates, HMX, TATP and others. Smiths Detection has the most comprehensive range of detection technologies in the world today

  • MR Oct-15-71#27  0°—425 GPM Buffalo 
tnT?^d^hSr9e pressure 750 lbs—5")
    October 15, 1971 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 27

    10 HP-230 VDC—Frame 67-with UNUSED SIZE 4 BUFFALO FEED PUMPS If'L Tu,robrin^BM-27u3 Hp—550 RPM—exhaust 15 lbs—590 PSI—superheat 0°—425 GPM Buffalo tnT?^d^hSr9e pressure 750 lbs—5" x 4"—built for USN DD destroyers. WINCHES AND WINDLASSES VICTORY UNIT WINCHES 50 HP—230 VDC—U-l, U-2, U-4, U-5—recondi

  • MR Jan-14#32  2,500 items, ranging from 
TNT, Sherman tanks, and a locomotive)
    January 2014 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 32

    before returning home. The ship carried a varied cargo outbound that “required a manifest 61 pages long to list the more than 2,500 items, ranging from TNT, Sherman tanks, and a locomotive, to Purple Heart medals, cigarettes and skirts for female offi cers.” (Cr edit: “Liber ty Ship, The V oyages of

  • MT Jul-12#44 , True North offers the TNT REVOLUTION?, an  off-the-shelf)
    July 2012 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 44

    compasses for marine and land use in recreational, commer- cial, and industrial markets. In addition to products for OEM customers, True North offers the TNT REVOLUTION?, an off-the-shelf, strap-down electronic compass sensor for sci- enti c, agricultural, oceanographic, robotic, and geological applications

  • MN Jul-05#32  exploded just eight pounds of TNT
hidden inside a television)
    July 2005 - Marine News page: 32

    , state and federal transportation and maritime security agencies. In February 2004 in the Philippines, ter- rorist exploded just eight pounds of TNT hidden inside a television on board a ferry carry over 1,000 passengers; over a hun- dred people died. The NYC Department of Transportation seeks

  • MR Jan-2-05#11  DETECTED:
RDX, PETN, TNT, Semtex, NG, Nitrates,)
    January 2, 2005 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 11

    displayed in 6-8 seconds. DRUGS DETECTED: Cocaine, Heroin, THC (Cannabis), Methamphetamine, PCP, LSD and others. EXPLOSIVES DETECTED: RDX, PETN, TNT, Semtex, NG, Nitrates, HMX, TATP and others. Smiths Detection has the most comprehensive range of detection technologies in the world today. We

  • MR Dec-97#60  Thomas Nationwide 
Transport (TNT) were the two 
leading)
    December 1997 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 60

    widened by offering self-discharg- ing capabilities in bulk as well as bagged form. ED&F Man and Australian com- pany Thomas Nationwide Transport (TNT) were the two leading international companies responsible for the development of the pioneering BIBO method, ini- tially used to place sugar

  • MR Jun-95#62  BAY HARBOR, Ml 11,000 $49,700 TNT DREDGING Ventura Harbor)
    June 1995 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 62

    ANGELES LUDINGTON HARBOR, Ml 60,000 $267,000 M.C.M. MARINE INC. MARINA DELREY 132,000 $4,909,678 DUTRA DREDGING CO. BIG BAY HARBOR, Ml 11,000 $49,700 TNT DREDGING Ventura Harbor Emergency 0 $1,154,679 MANSON CONSTR. & ENGRNG ROUGE RIVER, Ml 44,000 $302,090 GREAT LAKES DREDGE & DOC Los Angeles River

  • MR Jun-95#11  EXPRESS, ISLAND EXPRESS, TNT EXPRESS I, TNT EXPRESS)
    June 1995 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 11

    HOOK, SILVER GHOST, PRINCETON, INSPECTOR, NORTHEAST PILOT II, SALLY & KATHERINE, CHEL0NIA, ST. DAVID, ARANSAS PILOT, MACKINAC EXPRESS, ISLAND EXPRESS, TNT EXPRESS I, TNT EXPRESS II, JET EXPRESS, LINDSEY, VICTORIA CLIPPER III, JET CAT EXPRESS, 0SPREY, HAMPTON, BRICK BAT, JET EXPRESS II, GOLDEN GATE

  • MR Mar-93#61 . 
Dunzelman Promoted 
At TNT Hydrolines 
TNT Hydrolines)
    March 1993 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 61

    schedule requires that the first two vessels must be delivered in October 1993, with two additional vessels each month. Dunzelman Promoted At TNT Hydrolines TNT Hydrolines, Inc., Atlantic Highlands, N. J., has promoted Gary R. Dunzelman to the position of operations manager. The new

  • MR Dec-92#36  Austra-
lian transport giant, TNT, a com-
pany which employs)
    December 1992 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    St. Malo in France, able to fi- nance the newbuildings? Fifty percent of the shares in Con- dor have been purchased by Austra- lian transport giant, TNT, a com- pany which employs 50,000 world- wide. Analysts say TNT bought Condor as a springboard to greater things, not merely its Channel Island

  • MR Oct-92#69  by com-
panies such as TNT Hydrolines, 
Arcorp Marine)
    October 1992 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 69

    , Alaska Marine Highway, Cape May- Lewes Ferry and Golden Gate Fer- ries. Major commercial commuter ferry services are provided by com- panies such as TNT Hydrolines, Arcorp Marine, Bridgeport/Port Jefferson Ferry and Catalina Ex- press. Among the operators of coastal cruise vessels are Alaska

  • MR Jun-92#6  Machines Corp. 
Renk Tacke TNT System 
Installed On Megayacht)
    June 1992 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    Container Corp.; Adolph Coors Co.; Cyprus Copper Co.; Hous- ton Satellite Systems Inc. and Inter- national Business Machines Corp. Renk Tacke TNT System Installed On Megayacht The TNT gear system developed by Renk Tacke has been installed aboard the megayacht, Away. This is reported

  • MR Feb-92#73  Ltd 
Brax Shipping AB 
TNT Shipping 
Aqua Signal)
    February 1992 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 73

    Marine APS-Material Services Oy Brian Shaw Management Brodosplit Shipbuilding Industries Port of Tilbury Aldo-Manta Ltd Brax Shipping AB TNT Shipping Aqua Signal AG Advanced Multi-Hull Designs RFD Ltd Comsat World Systems CLC Marine Services Lloyd Werft Metro Marine Ross