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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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    Index page MTR APRIL19:MTR Layouts 4/15/2019 9:39 AM Page 1 Advertiser Index PageCompany Website Phone# 25 . . . . .Blueprint Subsea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.blueprintsubsea.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .+44 (0) 1539 531536 13 . . . . .Deep Ocean Engineering

  • MT Apr-19#57 come one of the principal innovators 
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    come one of the principal innovators in the subsea imaging and measure- ment industry. It is headquartered is in BIRNS, Inc. Kildare, Ireland with of? ces in the U.S., BIRNS started out in the subsea the U.K., China and Australia. industry creating underwater cam- Currently the company is building

  • MT Apr-19#54 1,700-kilometer mission autonomously collecting ?  sheries)
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    1,700-kilometer mission autonomously collecting ? sheries thus increasing mission ef? ciency. acoustics and physical properties of the sea surface. As part Looking back 20 years, we celebrate the progress and ad- of this multi-vehicle mission under the U.K. NERC/Defra vancements made in ocean observatio

  • MT Apr-19#53 Compared with historical data collected over centuries)
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    Compared with historical data collected over centuries, this year suggest seismic motion was consistent with displacement new information will help scientists better predict geologic at the full convergence rate. From the results of his missions, activity. Dr. Chadwell concluded the Wave Gliders have

  • MT Apr-19#52 ver the past 20 years, great strides have been made  Sea?)
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    ver the past 20 years, great strides have been made Sea? oor geodesy projects are underway across the globe, all in the ability to observe and monitor the worlds’ in pursuit of scienti? c advances that will help us crack the ocean. Just think that less than two decades ago, one code on earthquake and

  • MT Apr-19#46 tech delivers cost savings and Waagen’s Test Center)
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    tech delivers cost savings and Waagen’s Test Center attracts A place to grow Along with the 1,100-square-meter testing and training cen- wind power entrepreneurs, ? oating or marine wind power con- ter backed by The Switch — plus researchers, equipment and tinues to grow. Since Equinor’s launch of a

  • MT Apr-19#45 At least one unnamed wind player (our guess is Equinor))
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    At least one unnamed wind player (our guess is Equinor) has “Norwegian Catapult” or the Test Center — is hoping to pro- already signed on with Unitech. While they’ve opted for wind duce other Unitechs out of an expected stream of startups. power cables, Unitech is also in negotiations with clients for

  • MT Apr-19#43 The making of a 
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    The making of a (supply chain) star Wind is “the tech of choice,” the International Energy Agency said recently, just as a new report by the University of Delaware outlined the opportunity in U.S. of shore wind: 5,000 miles of of shore cabling and 1,700 turbines, it turns out, are bundled into current

  • MT Apr-19#38  of REEs were being found 
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    t said on its Web page (? ttingly, SMD and BMT (UK), Damen (the Netherlands) and Sandvik we went to press, massive deposits of REEs were being found (Germany). in fabled Norwegian county, Telemark). Swire’s Norwegian advisor for survey and AUV operations was quoted as saying, Subsea who’s who “our equipment

  • MT Apr-19#27 at site in ROV mode. All without a vessel. Put simply)
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    at site in ROV mode. All without a vessel. Put simply, it’s a Transformer. Upon arrival at site the vehicle transforms from its AUV form factor to its ROV form factor. This transformation is achieved through hull separation. Once the hull separates the vehicles arms activate and the machine is ready to

  • MT Apr-19#24 Insignts Business
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    Insignts Business Solving the Real Problem: T e Subsea Business Model By Sean Halpin, Aquanaut Product Manager, Houston Mechatronics e seem to be experiencing an underwater operators determined that they need to dramatically lower the technological renaissance. It’s extremely cost of doing business

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    CONTROL portion, said his team started by us- Precise demolition ing the system to establish a baseline After a baseline was set, Tappan Zee of conditions in the river. This began Constructors used TMC software and with 3D point cloud data collection of Teledyne SeaBat T20 high resolution submerged

  • MT Apr-19#17 of the bridge of?  cially opened to westbound traf?  c in)
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    of the bridge of? cially opened to westbound traf? c in Au- The project scope required driving more than 1,000 cylindri- gust 2017 and, a few weeks later, temporarily began carry- cal piles into the Hudson riverbed to create 41 pillars to hold ing eastbound traf? c until the eastbound span was completed

  • MT Apr-19#14  enough to handle deck and  Germany, India and Antarctica)
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    , but lightweight and ? ex- again in 2021. Near identical cables are now in use in China, ible. The outer coating was durable enough to handle deck and Germany, India and Antarctica. overboarding activity on the vessel, and to withstand potential We’ve learned through experience that cables used in dy- damage

  • MT Apr-19#13 for US GEOTRACES.  sample bottles. As it is lowered)
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    for US GEOTRACES. sample bottles. As it is lowered through the water column to To support the scienti? c challenges, a suitable cable had to depths of 7,000 meters, it endures factors including cold tem- be non-metallic to meet non-contaminating criterium as any peratures, bending, tension cycling

  • MT Apr-19#12 Insignts Cables
Cable to Make a Dif  erence in 
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    Insignts Cables Cable to Make a Dif erence in Underwater Missions By Chad Murdock, lead applications engineer, Cortland Company he US GEOTRACES program is dedicated to col- Electromechanical cable specialist Cortland supplies equip- lecting trace elements and their isotopes from the ment which is used by

  • MT Apr-19#11 export regulations extend beyond the initial export out of)
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    export regulations extend beyond the initial export out of the ments and obtaining any required licenses when a speci? c United States. A re-export of a U.S.-origin item from one for- writing has been obtained ? rst by the U.S. seller from the for- eign destination to another, including use aboard a

  • MT Apr-19#10 Insignts Government Update
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    Insignts Government Update Export Licensing: Tips U.S. Exporters Shouldn’t Overlook Export Control Lists Include Key Marine Tech Categories By Curt Cultice, U.S. Commercial Service, U.S. Department of Commerce ach year, the U.S. Department of only complete systems and key parts and com- Commerce receives

  • MT Apr-19#4 Editor’s Note
The EU VAMOS project
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    Editor’s Note The EU VAMOS project www.marinetechnologynews.com s this edition went to press, I was literally on a plane NEW YORK returning to New York City from Ocean Business, a 118 E. 25th St., New York, NY 10010 successful exhibition by any metric. We have partici- Tel: (212) 477-6700; Fax: (212)

  • MT Apr-19#2 April 2019 Case Study
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    April 2019 Case Study Contents Volume 62 • Number 3 16 The Tappen Zee With Trimble Marine Construction Systems and Teledyne Marine Imaging, bridge deconstruction projects can now have pinpoint accuracy. Business 24 The Subsea Model While tech takes center stage, the author contends that the real

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    Index page MTR MAY19:MTR Layouts 4/26/2019 12:22 PM Page 1 Advertiser Index PageCompany Website Phone# 41 . . . . .Aero Tec Laboratories, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.atlinc.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(800) 526-5330 19 . . . . .Airmar Technology

  • MT May-19#53 challenges, hit problems and was dependent on subcontractors)
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    challenges, hit problems and was dependent on subcontractors solutions.” delivering. “We didn’t get it right all of the time, but enough An advantage was also was that Chrysaor, as a small or- of the time and very few things didn’t work for us,” says Ead- ganization, was able to be nimble. When issues