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  • Jurgen Manske has been appointed owner's representative for Hapag-Lloyd's U.S. Gulf Service, replacing Peter Zehler, who has returned to West Germany for reassignment with the steamship line. Based in New Orleans, Mr.

    Manske will be responsible for agency coordination for the entire Gulf Coast and South Atlantic Region.

    He began his career in the steamship business in 1958 as an apprentice seaman with a major European line. After joining Hapag-Lloyd and advancing through various seaman's ratings, he enrolled in West Germany's maritime college and received his master's license in 1969.

    Mr. Manske sailed as cargo officer on Hapag-Lloyd ships until 1971, when he became a shorebased liaison officer responsible for cargo-handling and vessel operations.

    In 1972, he was assigned to Houston to coordinate the startup of Hapag-Lloyd's full container s e r v i c e f r om the U.S. Gulf to Northern Europe.

  • M i c r o p h o r , Inc., of Willits, Calif., and Thyssen Henrichshutte AG, of Hattingen, West Germany, have formed a jointly owned company, Microphor Europe GmbH, to manufacture and market Microphor marine and rail products in Europe, it was announced recently by John M. Mayfield Jr., president of

  • systems, various intercom units, and even racks and other accessories. The company has major maintenance and stocking facilities throughout Germany and in Rotterdam, Singapore and, in the near future, various U.S. locations, and offers complete customer services. Besides major production

  • A $5-million contract for a marine gas turbine propulsion system designed to speed a new Finnlines passenger ship between Helsinki, Finland, and West Germany in half the time it now takes, has been awarded t o Turbo Power & Marine Systems, Farmington, Conn., a subsidiary of United Aircraft Corporation

  • Honeywell-ELAC of Kiel, West Germany has appointed Manfred Reimann as consultant for the North American market. He will be responsible for increasing the presence of the company in the U.S. and Canada. Honeywell-ELAC of Kiel, West Germany has appointed Manfred Reimann as consultant for the North

  • Teledyne Webb Research (TWR) delivered six Slocum Turbulence Measurement Gliders to NOC Liverpool, U.K.; Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht Germany; and New York University. New York University will be using the Slocum turbulence glider in a project aimed at projecting global sea-level change. The gliders will

  • , but according to media reports the amount is of $1.4B. At the end of 2012 Lürssen purchased a shipyard for $23.5 million in what was the former East Germany, a yard which was reportedly the biggest military yard in the ex-DDR. Meanwhile, life boat experts at Fassmer delivered last year, among others,

  • experience in the marine electronics field, serving such companies as ITT Decca Marine and the Arnessen Corporation in the U.S., and DEBEG in West Germany, prior to joining Raytheon Marine Company in 1982. H e has made significant contributions to Raytheon's product development program, and also

  • DEBEG Marine, Inc. as sales manager. DEBEG Marine is a subsidiary of DEBEG GmbH, a world leader in marine electronics headquartered in Hamburg, Germany. The U.S. subsidiary offers a complete range of marine equipment including receivers, transmitters, VHF sets, radar, radiotelephone systems,

  • Hempel Farben GmbH, headquartered in Pinneberg, Germany reached a milestone, as its recently marked 50 years of service to the marine industry. Since May 1951, when Germany had just begun to rebuild following WWII, JC Hempel established what came to be Hempel Farben (Deutschland) GmbH in Hamburg.

  • Brown Boveri have announced that a memorandum of understanding has been signed to restructure their relationship in the nuclear equipment business in Germany. Babcock-Brown Boveri Reaktor GmbH (BBR), a German supplier of nuclear steam supply systems, now owned 74 percent by B&W and 26 percent by Brown

  • The Federal Republic of Germany has announced selection of the General Electric LM2500 marine gas turbine as the power plant for its new F-122 class of frigate ships. The LM2500 is produced by GE's Marine and Industrial Projects Department in Evendale, Ohio. The initial order is for 12 marine gas

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  • MN Nov-19#100 PRODUCTS
HOLDFAST – Engineered with 
One Key Goal in Mind:)
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    PRODUCTS HOLDFAST – Engineered with One Key Goal in Mind: Grip Holdfast utilizes HMPE and nylon ? ber to deliver a lightweight, high- strength, ? oating line that will grip on H-bitts and capstans much bet- ter than traditional 100% HMPE lines. Holdfast is coated with TEUFELBERGER’s proprietary

  • MN Nov-19#95 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Seaspan Shipyards 
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    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Seaspan Shipyards Clarke MacLeod Hargreaves Thomson Oliver Diaz Sandy studied aircraft maintenance Seaspan Shipyards Announces at Northrop University in Inglewood, Management Additions Seaspan Shipyards announced the ap- California and graduated as a me- pointment of James

  • MN Nov-19#94  Barthel shipyard in Derben (Germany), will be 
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    of fuel cells, batteries and an electric motor. The Elektra, which is currently under construction at the Hermann Barthel shipyard in Derben (Germany), will be the ? rst emission-free push boat worldwide. The vessel will use the fuel cell technology for the basic energy supply of the power train

  • MN Nov-19#93 VESSELS
Metal Shark Expands Into Peru
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    VESSELS Metal Shark Expands Into Peru state-operated Peruvian shipyard Servicios Industriales de la Marina (SIMA-PERU SA). The ? rst round of Peruvian Navy maritime interdiction vessels are now being built by Metal Shark in the United States. Under a co-production agreement with SIMA, Metal Shark plans

  • MN Nov-19#85 CAD/CAM SOFTWARE
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    CAD/CAM SOFTWARE TrueProp Software, they used man- ual methods to assess and repair their propellers. “We cleaned the prop a bit, assessed whether it was repairable with manual gauges, and beat the propeller with rawhide or brass hammers to get it to lay on a pitch block,” says Dorothy. “Then we beat

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    measure of light bending as it passes through one medium into another), color, and absorption spectra. NOAA also states that total suspended solids (TSS) is a quantitative measure of the total dry weight mass of the particles or material present in a given amount of water. Measuring TSS is important

  • MN Nov-19#81 DOMESTIC DREDGING REPORT
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    DOMESTIC DREDGING REPORT hopper or to discharge it bene? cially Mechanical Dredges Horses for Courses: through a ? oating pipeline to rebuild Mechanical dredges remove mate- Environmental & Marine coastlines and protect communities. rial by scooping it from the sea? oor Fisheries Regulations Self-prop

  • MN Nov-19#80 DOMESTIC DREDGING REPORT
Dredging U.S. Ports 
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    DOMESTIC DREDGING REPORT Dredging U.S. Ports Requires a Diverse Fleet The reasons for that are many and these realities cater to regulatory, commercial and regional needs. By Michael Gerhardt he U.S. dredging market is complex and relies on the TSHDs may have one or two drag-arms that lower to the

  • MN Nov-19#75 OFFSHORE WIND
INVESTING FOR THE FUTURE mand for new boat)
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    OFFSHORE WIND INVESTING FOR THE FUTURE mand for new boat construction and covered,” said Marcia Blount. “But While any shipyard requires con- repair, caused the Blounts to step back for the new aluminum vessels (i.e. tinual investment, Blount Boats has and evaluate how to best utilize their offshore

  • MN Nov-19#72 OFFSHORE WIND
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    OFFSHORE WIND BLOUNT BOATS:BLOUNT BOATS: Credit: Greg Trauthwein Ferries, Offshore Wind Vessels Dominate Present, Future MarineNews recently visited the Blount Boats facility in Warren, Rhode Island. While the year 2019 might be the ‘year of the woman’ in the eyes of the International Maritime Organizatio

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    ech file T “There are 440 alarms connected to each engine. For 20 of these, the alarm is a signal for us not to start the engine. These alerts go straight to vessel managers’ mobile phones so that checks can be carried out before the vessel leaves the harbor – and, crucially, this enables us to act

  • MN Nov-19#67 Cut downtime through 
preventative maintenance
Monitoring)
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    Cut downtime through preventative maintenance Monitoring engines and other criti- cal equipment enables the crew and the vessel operations team to take re- medial action before equipment suf- fers catastrophic failure. This offers many logistical bene? ts. For example, operators can minimize the level

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    ech file T Advanced Monitoring Systems:Advanced Monitoring Systems: *All images credit: Seacat Services The key to success in the rapidly emerging domestic offshore wind sector. By Chris Huxley-Reynard, Managing Director of Reygar Ltd. espite an increase in the digitization of operating Increasingly

  • MN Nov-19#63 REGULATORY REVIEW
deck house have resulted in 835’s.)
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    REGULATORY REVIEW deck house have resulted in 835’s. The boats have bulwarks. We were told that [144.810] required the in- stallation of rails. True; it does – but only for vessels in oceans or coastwise service. Rather than allow us to push back, the operators installed the rails because they felt if

  • MN Nov-19#60 REGULATORY REVIEW
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Industry SME)
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    REGULATORY REVIEW Subchapter M: One Year In Industry SME (Captain) Pat Folan weighs in from the front lines. *All images: Pat Folan t has been an interesting year for towing industry. blue water COI’s and TVE’s being scrutinized to the same As the new Subchapter M towboat rule rolled out, it degree? If

  • MN Nov-19#59 BOATBUILDING
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    BOATBUILDING Fabrication’s already capable metal delivered one workboat into the U.S. I think this can be very successful,” shop is being upgraded to handle the market, now intends to introduce said Lyman, adding, “Outside of the Baltic pilot boat fabrication. And, of – and build – their designs in

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gium, Sweden, Germany and the Unit-
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    . The wheelhouse offers nearly 360-degree visibility and was developed in collaboration with lead- ing nautical experts from Estonia, Bel- gium, Sweden, Germany and the Unit- ed Kingdom. The captain has a center position with uninterrupted views of the deck and boarding areas with addi- tional skylight windows

  • MN Nov-19#56 BOATBUILDING
“It is pretty exciting venture for us. It)
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    BOATBUILDING “It is pretty exciting venture for us. It really diversi

  • MN Nov-19#54 BOATBUILDING
From Estonia with Love
Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding)
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    BOATBUILDING From Estonia with Love Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding, the classic Maine boat designer and builder will build to Baltic Workboats design for the domestic workboat market. By Rick Eyerdam yman-Morse Boatbuilding, the classic Maine boat where Estonia is,” he said with a laugh. “Then you get over

  • MN Nov-19#52 PROPULSION
withstand higher torque. power across the range)
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    PROPULSION withstand higher torque. power across the range while simul- Stage V. The product will be released The engineering modi? cations in- taneously delivering 1% to 7% better in two steps: the ? rst release will be clude new materials. For example, fuel economy. IMO II, EPA, and China legislations

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berg, Germany, to develop and bring)
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    An independent study by Deltamarin, a ship design, off- our lead.” TORQEEDO DOES IT ALL “Torqeedo (Deutz Group) was founded in 2005 in Starn- berg, Germany, to develop and bring to market a line of ma- rine electric propulsion systems. Today, we have more than 90,000 electric and hybrid marine systems

  • MN Nov-19#34 WORKBOAT COMMUNICATIONS
“If the Agile 4Marine does 
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    WORKBOAT COMMUNICATIONS “If the Agile 4Marine does not f nd any other connection than satellite, only then will it select satellite. But, if a cellular connection is found, it will re- evaluate and switch over from satellite back to cellular.” – Sheryar Wahid, Agile’s Co-Founder and Chief Technical

  • MN Nov-19#24 COLUMN OP/ED
tives to meet key oil spill response re- The)
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    COLUMN OP/ED tives to meet key oil spill response re- The Network is an Alaska-based nationally-important and ecological- quirements in Alaska and the Arctic. non-pro? t organization funded by ly-sensitive area, and stakeholders’ While ? exibility is normally an asset the maritime industry, and we