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  • Werner Funke, president of Renk Corporation, has announced the appointment of Tony Xanthos as sales manager, bearings division.

    Mr. Xanthos will be responsible for the sales and marketing of the bearings throughout the U.S. Prior to joining Renk, he was a regional sales manager for Applied Engineering Company in South Carolina.

    He also spent five years in Brazil as a sales and marketing manager for Ingersoll-Rand Industria E Commercio. He brings to Renk more than nine years of experience with international and domestic companies.

    Mr. Xanthos holds a BA degree in mathematics from Queens College, and bachelor and master of science degrees from Columbia University.

    Renk Corporation, the American member of the multi-national conglomerate, the GHH Group, supplies bearings, gears, and transmissions for the major capital goods industries. The South Carolina Renk plant was established recently to meet the increasing demand for Renk products and services in the U.S.

    market.

  • G. Tovar, general manager of the General Dynamics Quonset Point facility, talked about the manufacture of these spheres at the General Dynamics South Carolina facility. He also showed a film of the facility and the 936-foot LNG General Dynamics ships, several of which have been delivered. His talk

  • for BFGoodrich Cutless® brand bearings. He will cover the commercial marine industry in Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Mr. Tompkins' marine products group consists of four outside sales engineers with offices in Virginia Beach, Va., and Charleston, S.C. The

  • Investing Company, Inc. Before that, he was Long Island manager for Deloitte, Haskins & Sells. Julian F. Corish has been promoted to regional manager, Southern Region, which includes the states of Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, the lower

  • diesel power systems, hands-on operations, lube oil analysis management, and preventive maintenance. In his new position, he will cover the Southeastern territory including: North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida, representing all shipyard services including diesel

  • distributor will be M.D. Moody & Sons, with offices in Jacksonville, Tampa, and Fort Lauderdale, serving the states of Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. Smith Berger Marine specializes in the design and manufacture of fairleaders and shipboard systems for all types of vessels

  • Edward Rutledge, a distinguished member of the First and Second Continental Congresses, who signed the Declaration of Independence representing South Carolina. Mr. Rutledge, a Federalist, later was elected Governor of South Carolina. The Edward Rutledge has an overall length of 845 feet 4 inches

  • The Carolina, a 55-foot aluminum pilot boat, was christened recently by Mrs. Ernest F. Hollings, wife of South Carolina's Senator, for the Charleston Branch Pilots Association. The ceremonies at the Carolina Yacht Club in Charleston were attended by the Senator and more than 200 guests, and were

  • . Mr. Scott was previously managing director of the Jacksonville (Fla.) Port Authority, and previous to that was engineering director for the South Carolina State Ports Authority. In his new post, Mr. Scott will report directly to Bernard E. Czachowski, Sea-Land's executive vice president-affiliated

  • annual convention, held in Norfolk, Va., recently with the election of officers and directors for the coming year. Don Welch, executive director of the South Carolina Ports Authority, was elected president of the Association that represents ports in the Western Hemisphere. Other officers for the coming year

  • with the Coastal Studies Institute of Louisiana State University and the Geological Survey of Canada. He received his Doctorate from the University of South Carolina. Dr. Whelan has been responsible for the development of geochemical exploration techniques within Woodward-Clyde Oceaneering and has

  • with each new announcement of a Port Authority supporting the development of shipping routes for container on barge services.In the past few weeks, the South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) furthered their quest to develop a marine highway to support the Port of Charleston in South Carolina. According to SCPA

  • MR Jan-20#50  
will be operated in the South 
posthumously including:)
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    are an evolution who had raided Forward Operating Base of the “Explorers” class. They Ghazni. Ollis has received several honors will be operated in the South posthumously including: Distinguished Paci? c areas for Paul Gauguin Service Cross, Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Cruises. The ships will be Silver

  • MR Jan-20#35  wind sector. 
Charleston, South Carolina
The Suda JG10000 design)
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    high-spec lift boats deployed [email protected] across multiple oil basins, has reworked its designs for the offshore wind sector. Charleston, South Carolina The Suda JG10000 design, offers a 2000 www.marinelink.com 35 MR #1 (34-49).indd 35 1/10/2020 2:11:18 P

  • MR Jan-20#30  our eye at Nor-Shipping in south- to be from three decks)
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    years, and the 3D impression of another sengers, plus two stretcher holders. Passenger access appears ambulance launch catches our eye at Nor-Shipping in south- to be from three decks via stretcher davits; ? oating dock or ern Norway. “Can I help you,” asks Wavefoil sales engineer, high pier, with ramps

  • MN Jan-20#54 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Volvo Penta of the Americas 
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    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Volvo Penta of the Americas Hägg Bean Kolunsarka Gu Puscar Cox Powertrain Kymmene, the largest pulp and paper APM Terminals, North America. He Hägg Named business in Europe, in a number of also spent more than 10 years with Steerprop CEO different roles. From 2013 to 2016

  • MN Jan-20#36 OFFSHORE WIND
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Academy has)
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    OFFSHORE WIND “The Massachusetts Maritime Academy has been educating mariners and energy engineers for more than a century, so we are best positioned to support this important initiative for the Commonwealth and the nation.” – Rear Admiral Francis X. McDonald, USMS, President of Massachusetts

  • MP Q4-19#31  rolled out processes in the South 
Atlantic, in conjunction)
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    helped us to manage all main- tenance and repair schedules, to mitigate OOS issues. Looking ahead, and building off recently rolled out processes in the South Atlantic, in conjunction with our equipment suppliers, we have initiated upgrade schedules which will continue to be implement- ed in 2020. We believe

  • MP Q4-19#14 . And according to a recent South Korean 
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    , they’ll face fnes by LNG — but an estimated 400 to 600 more were expected to from IMO member states. be delivered by 2020. And according to a recent South Korean Because it is the simplest and least expensive solution in the study, LNG-powered ships are expected to account for 60% of short term, it

  • MN Dec-19#14  Security council 
Club
(AMSC), South East Texas Waterways Advisory)
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    Large, Houston Ship Channel Security District, Lone Star International Propeller Harbor Safety Committee, Area Maritime Security council Club (AMSC), South East Texas Waterways Advisory Commit- tee (SETWAC) , Corpus Christi Harbor Safety Commit- iels Aalund was elected President of the Interna- tee (STWAC)

  • MN Dec-19#8  (MRT) and is  long resident of South Jersey, 
Ewing  Fuhrmann)
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    maritime commerce Captain with the Cape May- across the Mississippi River Lewes Ferry. Robinson, a life- and Tributaries (MRT) and is long resident of South Jersey, Ewing Fuhrmann at the forefront of efforts to is a graduate of Maine Maritime deepen the Mississippi Riv- Academy. Robinson holds an er

  • MR Dec-19#31  by methanol. Built in South Korea 
at Hyundai MIPO)
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    of Takaroa Sun, a Nmethanol carrier equipped with two-stroke dual-fuel engine tech- nology that enables the vessel to be pow- ered by methanol. Built in South Korea at Hyundai MIPO Dockyard, the new ship was funded through NYK’s green ? nancing initiative established to sup- port environment-friendly projects

  • MR Dec-19#3  
is Japan leapfrogging South Korea to number 2 on the)
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    of large, oceangoing ship constructruction to the East, a ‘trend’ which has been a generation in the making. Perhaps surprising is Japan leapfrogging South Korea to number 2 on the list. www.marinelink.com 3 MR #12 (1-9).indd 3 12/9/2019 11:19:39 A

  • MT Nov-19#48 Tech Files
he Sea Ox and the smaller Sea Otter, both)
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    Tech Files he Sea Ox and the smaller Sea Otter, both de- veloped by C-2 Innovations, have a maximum depth of 100m and can operate autonomously Tor under remote control. The rugged Sea Ox, which recently survived 6ft surf and 2kn tidal stream in Californian user trials, has a wet range of 10NM, a dry

  • MT Nov-19#9  another  Japan, Malaysia and South Korea. Oi in 
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    Oi Americas in San Diego, over 90% of from key SE Asian markets including expanded, again? the audience have never visited another Japan, Malaysia and South Korea. Oi in Yes, it is very exciting to be able to Oi event before, a very important dis- London is the key global meeting spot, announce a new

  • MR Nov-19#33 , Poland, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, Romania, Russia)
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    , Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Mongolia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of South Africa, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Tunis, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Kingdom, Ukraine

  • MR Nov-19#32  dayrates for high spec  of South America, Mexico, this)
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    , the whole Northern Coast Platform Supply vessels, 66% for me- tion ? rst. You got to have the utilization units, and that dayrates for high spec of South America, Mexico, this whole dium size Anchor Handlers, and 61% and then we can start trending to higher OSVs are rising. In North Sea, where 21

  • MR Nov-19#6  this month, an interview with Southern Towing President and)
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    to be a more dominant force. have written many time in these pages Information Technology Vladimir Bibik Our cover story this month, an interview with Southern Towing President and CEO and those of our sister publications, Ed Grimm, is the perfect juxtaposition to the change that swirls around us, as

  • MN Nov-19#81  (NOAA) 
Mississippi River’s Southwest Pass  more disposal)
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    National Oceanic and At- beach building, and clearing out the con? ned footprints. Usually two or mospheric Administration (NOAA) Mississippi River’s Southwest Pass more disposal barges, called scows, are closely regulates turbidity levels result- during the annual ? ood season. used in conjunction

  • MN Nov-19#74  and Fire Island on Great 
South Bay.
When  MarineNews)
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    for Fire Island Ferries by Blount Boats – that was delivered on June 19, 2019 and will service 386 passengers between Bay Shore and Fire Island on Great South Bay. When MarineNews visited the yard in September, Blount was working another pair of vessels, including a 101 x 40-ft. steel double-ended passenger/veh

  • MN Nov-19#8  extensive UK, Norwegian, South  time College in both)
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    sea, tugs & towing, and passenger of VV’s Offshore product. Bene? tting from vessels. He is an alumnus of SUNY Mari- Roberts extensive UK, Norwegian, South time College in both undergraduate and East Asian and US based market network, graduate studies. A member of PVA’s ensures VV’s offering is kept

  • MP Q3-19#24  centers in Asia, Europe and South America. construction)
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    beneft from a rush of ethane trade into key the pipeline, waiting for the projects that are underpinning their manufacturing centers in Asia, Europe and South America. construction to be approved. Most seek to transport U.S. eth- The strong demand for ethane has created an entirely new ship- ane exports to

  • MT Oct-19#44  of the water quality 
South of Boston, the bays of)
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    habitat for The main goal of this mission was to use SeaTrac’s Develop- shallow water species. ment Platform to provide measurements of the water quality South of Boston, the bays of Duxbury, Kingston and Plym- over the entire embayment. This would also provide the team outh (DKP) form a large embayment

  • MT Oct-19#39   nesia, and Juliet Hermes from South  creativity of the academic)
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    there. from the US, Nelly Florida from Indo- It highlighted the need to: Harness the Throughout OceanObs’19 there were nesia, and Juliet Hermes from South creativity of the academic research and many side events focused on speci? c Africa. They were joined by almost 40 engineering communities, and

  • MT Oct-19#31 .com
Charleston, South Carolina
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    streams. Advanced mi- croelectronics and nanoscale R&D have Your Sea Trials Here: A SINTEF test basin. detyens.com [email protected] Charleston, South Carolina www.marinetechnologynews.com Marine Technology Reporter 31 MTR #8 (18-33).indd 31 10/8/2019 10:06:15 A

  • MT Oct-19#14  Rejoining the Paris Agreement  South and East Coast, to farmers)
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    comments Civilian Conservation Corp.” families devastated by hurricanes in the that “we have less than 11 years left to • Rejoining the Paris Agreement South and East Coast, to farmers facing transform our energy system away from and providing $200 billion to the Green ? ooding in the Midwest, to ?