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  • —Literature Available According to Jim Murphy, senior vice president of Georgia Transporter, Panama City, Fla., Cutless® Commander™ water-lubricated bearings from L.Q. Moffitt offer a distinct improvement over some other bearings in the gritty, silty waterways that his pushboats operate.

    Georgia Transporter operates a fleet of seven pushboats and haulers on the Appalachicola River and other inland waterways as far as New Orleans. According to Mr. Murphy, these rivers are gritty and full of silt giving bearings a severe test, especially in vessels designed to handle heavy service.

    Cutless Commander water-lubricated bearings were selected for Georgia Transporter's new pushboat Goldilocks when she was commissioned last year. The L.Q. Moffitt composite shell bearings were selected for the Goldilocks, after an older sister ship, the Nancy Jane, performed well with Commander bearings. After four months of operation on the gritty river, the Nancy Jane's bearings showed no signs of wear when inspected.

    The performance of the bearings in the Nancy Jane was one of the major reasons that they were selected for the Goldilocks, according to Mr. Murphy.

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  • Genstar Limited, Montreal, Canada, has announced that it has signed an agreement to purchase all of the outstanding shares of Gulf of Georgia Towing Co. Ltd. of Vancouver, subject to obtaining approvals from necessary government or regulatory authorities. Gulf of Georgia Towing Co. operates tugs

  • will gather in Atlanta for a fun weekend of learning, sharing, competing and excitement. The Seventh National SeaPerch Challenge, hosted this year by the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), will take place May 20, 2017. On the line will be the title of National SeaPerch Champion with additional trophies

  • director of marine transportation. Dr. Cartner is a graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and holds MS and PhD degrees from the University of Georgia and an MBA from Georgia State, and is a licensed Master Mariner. Dr. Cartner's responsibilities will be to develop a marine transportation consulting

  • F.X. McQuade, president of Northeast Marine Terminal Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y., has announced that a newly formed affiliate— NMT of Georgia, Inc.—has started operations as a complete marine service agency in the South Atlantic Port of Savannah, Ga. The new company, headed by John B. Hohenstein Jr.

  • Dr. Joel P. Authement as vice president of the organization. Dr. Authement has held teaching positions at the University of Southwestern Louisiana, Georgia State University, and Nicholls State University, where he held the position of head of the Management and Marketing Department. He holds a Bachelor

  • of Propulsion Systems, Inc., Kent, Wash. 98031, has announced the appointment of Eagle Marine, Inc. as PSI sales representative, covering Florida and Georgia. The agreement covers PSI's product lines of PSI/Liaaen controllable- pitch propellers and thrusters; PSI/Frydenbo rotary-vane steering gear

  • , Captain Francis later earned a master's degree and a doctorate in mechanical engineering from Cornell University. He taught at Cornell and at the Georgia Institute of Technology before joining the faculty of the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1966. From 1970 to 1976, he served as chairman of

  • Naval Engineers on June 30, 1978, as the 85th president of the Society. The presidential term of the Society is one year. Mr. Monk graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1934, receiving his B.S. degree in mechanical engineering, and subsequently from the Advanced Management Program, Harvard B

  • . Army, and joined the Lykes staff in 1975 at the close of a 28-year Army career, during which he earned numerous decorations. He is a graduate of the Georgia Military Academy, The U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., George Washington University, and the Harvard Business School of Advanced Management

  • James S. Byrn as president of Genstar Marine Limited, Vancouver, British Columbia. Mr. Byrn was formerly president and owner of Gulf of Georgia Towing Co. Ltd. of Vancouver, recently acquired by Genstar's Seaspan International Ltd., a division of Genstar Marine. In addition to Seaspan

  • . Blaylock Jr. has joined Energy Transportation Corporation, 540 Madison Avenue, New York, N.Y., as safety coordinator. Upon completion of studies at Georgia Institute of Technology, Mr. Blaylock served with the U.S. Coast Guard for over 26 years as recruit training instructor, operations officer, commanding

  • MT May-19#14  Dr. Mandy Joye (University of Georgia), and her in- occupied)
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    . While exploring hydrothermal vent and cold seep environ- “We discovered remarkable towers where every surface was ments, Dr. Mandy Joye (University of Georgia), and her in- occupied by some type of life. The vibrant colors found on terdisciplinary research team discovered large venting min- the ‘living

  • MR May-19#27 , France (including Corsica), Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar,)
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    , Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Belarus, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France (including Corsica), Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy (including Sicily and Sardinia), Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia

  • MN May-19#56  alliances.” versity of Georgia School of Law.   Washington)
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    competitive negotiation practices by her law degree, Cum Laude, from Uni- Gary G. Nelson, executive director of ocean carrier alliances.” versity of Georgia School of Law. Washington State’s Port of Grays Har- May 2019 56 MN

  • MP Q1-19#48  Gateway  ............. 27
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    , Eddie ..................................... 34 NYK Line .......................................... 46 Virginia International Gateway ............. 27 Georgia Ports Authority ...................... 27 Oakland, Port of ................................ 29 Virginia, Port of ........................... 27

  • MP Q1-19#46   80,219,05775,737,847
4 Georgia Ports $ 119,516$ 107)
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    ,170,79281,626,497 2 Port of NY/NJ $ 206,827$ 189,740 4 Los Angeles 80,378,41378,551,891 3 Houston $ 159,249$ 131,474 5 Gramercy 80,219,05775,737,847 4 Georgia Ports $ 119,516$ 107,675 6 Virginia Ports 69,827,66263,156,849 5 Long Beach $ 109,166$ 99,897 7 Corpus Christi 66,840,66663,060,655 6 Virginia Ports

  • MP Q1-19#27 .
Calling on the Commonwealth
Georgia on my mind The Port of)
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    the interim solution is intended to tions to alleviate road congestion. ensure unencumbered access to upper channel reaches. Calling on the Commonwealth Georgia on my mind The Port of Virginia set a new annual record for container cargo The Georgia Ports Authority, which operates the Port of Savan- volume

  • MP Q1-19#26  
nia ports, 13 percent in Georgia and 12 percent in Washington)
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    accounts for 16 percent of items moved in and out of Califor- pressive feat considering that cargo volumes slowed substantially nia ports, 13 percent in Georgia and 12 percent in Washington State. in the second half of the year, illustrating the strength of cargo in All that said, there is much to be happy

  • MR Mar-19#13 , France (including Corsica), Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar,)
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    , Austria, Azerbaijan, Belgium, Belarus, Bosnia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France (including Corsica), Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy (including Sicily and Sardinia), Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia

  • MP Q1-19#64  in This Edition
A,B,C Georgia TECH ...............)
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    www.superior-ind.com (320) 589-2406 7 TOC Events www.tocevents-asia.com Please visit us online THE LIST People & Companies in This Edition A,B,C Georgia TECH ................................................................50 Port of Long Beach ......................................................

  • MP Q1-19#50 , in large part,  Georgia Tech with a bachelor’s)
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    marine terminals have for ber for numerous private companies. Eazzetta graduated from almost two decades funded security infrastructure, in large part, Georgia Tech with a bachelor’s degree in nuclear engineer- via federal port security grants. The collective weight of these en- ing and master’s degree in

  • MP Q1-19#45  the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and 
cluded in your fare)
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    ,” according to company literature. A private verandas and personal service where gratuities are in- 20-day trip around the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and cluded in your fare, and tips are not expected. Antarctica will cost at least $11,000 and you must bring your With Silversea joining the RCL

  • MP Q1-19#41  a recent port 
sailing from Georgia will fuel the Mardi Gras)
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    , but it is not likely to actually show up on passenger ticket charges. Notably, a LNG bunker barge cruise ships. Following a recent port sailing from Georgia will fuel the Mardi Gras. expansion, St. Kitts is expecting When complete, the 1,130-foot-long, 180,000-ton vessel will overshadow the lines’ largest

  • MP Q1-19#23  momentum, 
mond Hill, Georgia; Callaway South Industrial)
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    stakeholder – inland, deep CSX select sites include Belfast Commerce Centre in Rich- draft or anything in between. With gathering momentum, mond Hill, Georgia; Callaway South Industrial Park in La- U.S.-based ports, shippers and ocean liners are all beginning Grange, Georgia; Cecil Commerce Center Mega

  • MP Q1-19#21  under statewide control. Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia)
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    . ports located in states where all inland ports and seaports are In Dillon, SC, at Inland Port Dillon, which is in close prox- under statewide control. Georgia, South Carolina and Virginia imity to I-95 and U.S. 501, CSX, provides rail service in both are prime and current examples. directions between the

  • MP Q1-19#20 .  the ports operated by the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA))
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    a rail line, lack of a port partner, Other relatively new and notable inland ports must include or lack of an anchor tenant. the ports operated by the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA), the latest of which, Appalachian Regional Port (ARP), is situated TAkE ThE TRAIN in northwest Georgia near I-75 and U.S.

  • MP Q1-19#18  and is developed by the Georgia Ports Authority connect-
ed)
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    to Weyerhaeuser, Magrath was terminated. She now works with the Appalachian Regional Port, which has a CSX rail connec- tion and is developed by the Georgia Ports Authority connect- ed with the Port of Savannah, she said. land port. Without having those pieces in place you are going “There is less competing

  • MN Feb-19#39  them to 55 feet. The Georgia Ports Authority 
Take)
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    the clearance capacity. The Port of Virginia is widening its shipping channels and Today’s Working Environment deepening them to 55 feet. The Georgia Ports Authority Take a look around today’s marine environment. Ships has begun the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project. This are getting bigger and

  • MP Q4-18#26  are expected to utilize new 
Georgia. The ship will have a)
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    from ships exhausts plans to bunker the ship by barge, which will fll up at a terminal in when fuel is burned. Most ships are expected to utilize new Georgia. The ship will have a capacity of 5,286 passengers, based blends that are produced to meet the 0.50% limit on sulfur diox- on double-occupancy of

  • MR Aug-18#118  just two of the 
Carolina and Georgia would be able to  pared)
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    that ‘Ports in South ment, TRAC’s CEO provided a pre- line industry, that’s where I would focus. (for 2017) showed that just two of the Carolina and Georgia would be able to pared statement. “TRAC Intermodal is I also see some opportunities in the chas- nation’s top 20 boxports experienced establish

  • MN Aug-18#87  destructive and 
Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan and)
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    testing and evalua- 45-year-old Superior operates from additional facilities in tion, rigging, and custom fabrication, with destructive and Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan and Nebraska, USA; non-destructive testing up to 1,300,000 pounds. Alberta and New Brunswick, Canada; and three locations in

  • MN Aug-18#34  located in Acworth, Georgia. The new 
sive canals)
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    powered 2017, YANMAR America of? cially opened the YANMAR by Torqeedo to clean up trash and debris in the city’s exten- EVO//CENTER located in Acworth, Georgia. The new sive canals and waterways. The City of San Antonio, Texas, 50,000 square foot facility features six state-of-the-art prod- has put into

  • MP Q2-18#64 .com  +31 20 497 41 01
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    our website 35 Connecticut Port Authority www.CTPortAuthority.com (860) 577-5174 7 Fork Lift Center www.forkliftcenter.com +31 20 497 41 01 5 Georgia Ports Authority www.gaports.com Please visit us online 21 Howden Group www.howden.com/EGRturbo Visit our website 3 Kalmar www.kalmarglobal

  • MP Q2-18#26  2014, the port of Savannah, Georgia, and the  Corpus Christi)
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    at PortMiami in March 2014. Elsewhere, and Shipments of fruit arriving at the ports of Gulfport, MS, and in September 2014, the port of Savannah, Georgia, and the Corpus Christi, TX, for cold treatment must meet special con- Florida ports were permitted to import a longer list of pro- ditions including:

  • MR May-18#32 . LNG produced in a Georgia facility and  barges)
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    vessels are being fueled by include a marine dock to load bunkering Port Fourchon, part of a larger lique- ? tted in the Netherlands. LNG produced in a Georgia facility and barges that will deliver marine LNG up faction and distribution project, will Elsewhere in Europe, the world’s ? rst then trucked