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  • National Marine Service Incorporated, St. Louis, Mo., a recognized leader in shipyard and diesel engine repairs, announces the opening of its new East Coast diesel engine parts and service facility at 4580 Village Avenue, Norfolk, Va. (804) 855-9277.

    National Marine indicates the Norfolk facility, the result of much research and assistance from the Greater Hampton Road Organization, is Phase I in the continuing plan to expand service to its East Coast customers. The facility's strategic location will reduce response time and costs for East Coast customers who have previously been served from National Marine's St. Louis base. Service crews will travel to job locations along the East Coast and overseas from the Norfolk location, which will also carry a substantial inventory of new and remanufactured diesel engine parts.

    National Marine offers shipyard services as well as diesel engine parts and service to Inland, Gulf and East Coast customers through its full service shipyards in St.

    Louis, Mo., New Orleans, La., and Grafton, II. For over 50 years the Transport Division of National Marine has provided contract bulk liquid transportation on the Inland and Gulf waterways.

    National Marine Service Incorporated is one of the NICOR basic energy companies.

  • over the two-year period, while the West Coast is scheduled to handle 187. A somewhat larger number of major availabilities will be performed on the East Coast over the two-year period. The East Coast is scheduled to perform 29 major jobs, while the West Coast is scheduled to handle 26. However, cuts

  • 1, 1979. Mr. Born joined Moore McCormack in 1938, after attending New York University. Following a tour of the company's South American east coast port facilities, he returned to the New York office, and was appointed assistant traffic manager. Mr. Born will exercise responsibility for

  • carriers, and acts as sales agent for various materials, and Moore-Mc- Cormack Lines, Incorporated, which ofifers ocean shipping services from U.S. East Coast ports to the East Coast of South America and to South and East Africa. Other company subsidiaries include Moore- McCormack Bulk Transport, Inc

  • from Maine to Texas, including the Caribbean. Mr. Law, as president of Allied, will continue to direct Allied operations as Twin City Barge's East Coast profit center. He is the principal stockholder of Allied, and has been its chief executive officer for 26 years. Twin City Barge is a diversified com

  • The first American-owned, U.S.- flag, oceangoing freezer ship designed to operate off the U.S. East Coast was christened recently during ceremonies held at the New York Port Authority's Pier 1, Brooklyn. The "Holland" (shown above) will offer a new service to the East Coast fishing industry,

  • September this year. The selection was made after full consideration of the impacts, as required by environmental regulations and procedures. This East Coast Strategic Submarine Base is considered a necessary complement to the Trident Submarine Base at Bangor, Wash., which is scheduled to become operational

  • branch office in Houston, provides Simrad with three locations in the United States. Initial staffing will include Bjorn Carlsen, manager East Coast branch office, and Philip Thompson, manager hydrography. The address of the new Simrad East Coast branch office is: Simrad, Inc., Suite 400

  • above) slid down the Jeffboat, Inc. launchways at Jeffersonville, Ind., recently. There, it is receiving final outfitting before traveling to the East Coast to join the fleet of Boston Fuel Transportation, Inc. The tank barge is one of two identical vessels being constructed by Jeffboat for Boston

  • W. Adams and Ritner E. Walling. Mr. Adams is a partner of Adams & Chute, a naval architecture firm in Newtown, Conn. Mr. Walling is president of East Coast Salvage Company, a marine salvage and construction firm in Camden, N.J. The award was given in the foundation's biennial professional award competitio

  • . We’ve predicted that the savings in investment and operational costs could add up to between 40 to 50 percent. Similar developments can be seen on the East Coast of the U.S. Due to the same cascading effect and the fact that the biggest container vessels can sail direct via the Suez Canal straight to the U

  • Three executive appointments in business, operations and traffic have been announced by Evergreen Handt Corp., general agents for Evergreen Line's East Coast/ Far East container service. The announcement of the appointments was made by Svend Hansen Jr., president of Evergreen Handt. Richard Huang

  • MT Sep-18#61  Management Inc.; Tesoro Far East  ‘Project Trident’ research)
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    in a Vol- Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd.; OSG from optical satellite imagery. The untary Speed Reduction initiative by Ship Management Inc.; Tesoro Far East ‘Project Trident’ research seeks to trans- slowing their ships to speeds of 10 knots Maritime Company.; Chevron Shipping form existing satellite

  • MT Sep-18#60 People & Company News
Photo by Julianna Smith, RoboNation
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    September 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 60

    People & Company News Photo by Julianna Smith, RoboNation ing and Operations Research, 1990). He Students Face Off Underwater Trelleborg Building has worked in industry for Mobil Ship- Nearly 50 high school and university Hyperbaric Test Site ping and Transportation Company, the teams from around the

  • MT Sep-18#58  CFO
OiLSERV Group, a Middle East and  footprint of the company)
    September 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    and decommissioning Hochoa Takes Over as most recently served as Group CFO at services, developing the international Bourbon CFO OiLSERV Group, a Middle East and footprint of the company and expand- North Africa Oil? eld Services company. ing its subsea engineering design capa- French offshore services

  • MT Sep-18#12 ou get an idea before you even walk in his door  to explore.)
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    ou get an idea before you even walk in his door to explore. To date, he has found the remains of 28 U-boats that Tomas Termote’s life is bound up with the down there, 11 in Belgian waters. His book about U-boats, sea, or at any rate what lies beneath it. Outside his War Beneath the Waves, was published

  • MR Sep-18#49  are great opportunities to 
east coast to the Gulf of Mexico)
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    can transit along the rine ? re? ghting and other emergency need to be planned for to limit business well as others are great opportunities to east coast to the Gulf of Mexico. How- services may notice that additional man- exposure. The COI may identify special evaluate your current response plans

  • MR Sep-18#48 MARINE SALVAGE
Avoid Headaches & Pitfalls
Response Services)
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    MARINE SALVAGE Avoid Headaches & Pitfalls Response Services & Non-Tank Vessel Response Plans The summer of Sub M may be over, sic background on why tugboats and operators should currently evaluate 1. Geographic Limitations: but the heat remains for the tugboat towing vessels have been required within

  • MR Sep-18#42 WELDING TECHNOLOGY
NASA Welding Technologies 
Could)
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    WELDING TECHNOLOGY NASA Welding Technologies Could Revolutionize Workboat Fabrication Solliid-Stat te e Solid-State Welding Processes Being Developed for NASA Manufacturing Pro- gr ra am m ms s C Co g g grams Could Signi? cantly Reduce Workboat Fabrication Costs BY JEFF DING Whether it is for a tug boat

  • MR Sep-18#41 Electronic navigation 
charts display virtual 
buoys on)
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    Electronic navigation charts display virtual buoys on the Olmsted Locks and Dam ? oating guide walls. These mark- ers are the ? rst wave in a project to improve safety and ef? ciency of maritime operations. Photo: USACE time, to be able to continue to provide a their transponder, and so they don’t

  • MR Sep-18#40 PORT & SHIP SECURITY
U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Of?)
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    PORT & SHIP SECURITY U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Of? cer 2nd Class Nate Littlejohn Above: The crew of oceangoing buoy tender U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Maple Photo by Petty Of? cer 3rd Class Lora Ratliff U.S. Coast Guard District 8 follows the crew of Canadian Coast Guard Icebreaker Terry Fox through

  • MR Sep-18#39 Aids to Navigation team 
members from Dulac, 
La., straighte)
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    Aids to Navigation team members from Dulac, La., straighten a solar panel that charges the aid’s lighting system. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Of? cer 3rd Class Thomas Atkeson. www.marinelink.com 39 MR #9 (34-41).indd 39 MR #9 (34-41).indd 39 9/5/2018 11:45:41 AM9/5/2018 11:45:41 AM

  • MR Sep-18#38  ships are now calling at East  Marine Transportation)
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    of Transportation and the Committee on of? ces, government agencies, maritime which is available to download from the Panamax ships are now calling at East Marine Transportation Systems, which stakeholders and GPS users around the NAVCEN website. Coast Guard ATON Coast ports, which have been dredged

  • MR Sep-18#37 The Slow Boat to 
Cyber  Security
Ports are making up for)
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    The Slow Boat to Cyber Security Ports are making up for lost time BY PATRICIA KEEFE Despite the critical role the maritime transporta- both maritime security plans required by law, and tion. Years have also been spent publishing cy- tion system plays in the economic health of the regulation generally

  • MR Sep-18#36 PORT & SHIP SECURITY
The best-known incident was the)
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    PORT & SHIP SECURITY The best-known incident was the “notPetya” malware outbreak in Octo- ber 2017, which struck A.P. Moller-Maersk’s IT department, and through that, it’s APM terminals at ports worldwide, including at Los Angeles, Long Beach and NY/Newark. The shut down there and at other ports, and the

  • MR Sep-18#34  customers,  market, and at least $1.3 trillion in cargo)
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    the world consumer regions for signs of the infection and sciousness raising about the threat of cy- of the company’s bigger customers, market, and at least $1.3 trillion in cargo. transferred and conducted operations via ber crime, the focus has now shifted to claiming it needed to see an invoice. remote

  • MR Sep-18#32  Shoultz. Once  ket, and at least $1.3 trillion in cargo)
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    of the world consumer mar- where they copied data, and demanded cal security – it’s the classic physically MarineCFO CTO Dean Shoultz. Once ket, and at least $1.3 trillion in cargo. a ransom for its safe return. Using com- secure environment.” in, malicious software can be launched puter forensics, it

  • MR Sep-18#31  
Campos Basins, off the Northeast Coast, 
and in the Equatorial)
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    and new post-salt exploration activity,” said Felipe. With new oil ? eld develop- ments already ongoing in the Santos and Campos Basins, off the Northeast Coast, and in the Equatorial Margin and long with the revival of cabotage, and increase in inland waterway navigation, private maritime academies such

  • MR Sep-18#30 , sonar and radar  the northeastern coastal region of the)
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    in Itaipuaçu, Maricá, in 1079 (courses for personnel working on (ICN) is a truly a reference center in computer technology, sonar and radar the northeastern coastal region of the offshore mobile units), concluded in ear- training for the offshore and maritime technology. The Navigation and Maneu- state

  • MR Sep-18#29 For a long time there has been a de?  cit of trained)
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    For a long time there has been a de? cit of trained maritime of? cers in Brazil, as for decades the only accredited training institutes were run by the Brazilian Navy, where a very limited number of prospec- tive maritime deck and engine of? cers could be trained at its two training institutes in the

  • MR Sep-18#19 , alternative dispute reso-
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    specialized set of laws and rules. Given the com- viding a resourceful trading corridor connecting plexity of these disputes, alternative dispute reso- East and West. The ? ow of international trade re- lution is a preferred way to litigation that can go lies heavily on the transport of goods by sea.

  • MR Sep-18#18  hub of choice in the Middle East region.  As 
among vessel)
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    the international on sulphur emissions has created uncertainty with a distillate-based product, which will help arbitration hub of choice in the Middle East region. As among vessel operators. Questions are already remove sludge deposits. This process may arbitration has evolved in the country, so has

  • MR Sep-18#13 can reach through steel containers, pro- The turnkey)
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    can reach through steel containers, pro- The turnkey operation developed true breakthrough improvement in port secu- decisions, such as the most effective de- ducing an image with enough speci? city command and control in security opera- rity that has implications beyond times ployment of personnel and

  • MR Sep-18#11 ceives protection is essential in continu- gated and)
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    ceives protection is essential in continu- gated and sanitized information. to pipeline safety and offshore transport. Feedback magazine. ing public cooperation in statistical pro- Numerous federal agencies now ad- Almost all oil and gas companies op- In the early 1990s (prior to enactment grams. To that

  • MR Sep-18#4  
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  • MR Sep-18#2 NUMBER 9 / VOLUME 80 / SEPTEMBER 2018
At the Helm
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    NUMBER 9 / VOLUME 80 / SEPTEMBER 2018 At the Helm A Boy’s Fascination 22 with Ships Collecting cachet covers of submarines By Edward Lundquist Edward Lundquist 28 Training in Brazil ICN helps to ? ll a mariner training de? cit in Brazil By Claudio Paschoa ICN 32 Red (Cyber) Alert Ports are pushed to up