Northwest

  • Foss Shipyard, Seattle, has been named a marine dealer for Cummins Northwest Industrial (CNI) and will provide service and spare parts throughout the Northwest. The agreement between Foss Launch & Tug Company and Cummins Northwest Industrial was recently announced by Ross Bishop, Commercial Marine sales manager for Cummins Northwest Industrial.

    Operating from the Seattle yard, Foss personnel will be able to maintain and repair Cummins marine diesel engines for commercial vessels operating in the Northwest and Alaska. According to Mr. Bishop, "Foss Shipyard was selected because it offers the facilities and capabilities to handle large commercial vessels that would utilize the latest engine line produced by Cummins." Cummins diesel marine engines are offered in several models ranging from 170 to 1,385 bhp and are used for both main engines and auxiliary applications. Spare parts for Cummins engines will be stocked in Seattle by Foss Shipyard and are available through the firm's existing distribution system.

  • The Portland, Ore.-based Northwest Marine Iron Works has started a 10-month overhaul of the USS Meyerkord under a $8.8-million contract. The pact is the third long-term contract awarded to Northwest Marine Iron Works by the Navy in the past two years. The firm, which operates in the Port of Portland-ow

  • Northwest Marine Iron Works of Portland, Ore., has placed the Veendam, a Holland-America passenger liner, back into service in less than two weeks, following an accident suffered in Alaskan waters. The passenger liner, which runs between Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and Alaska, was repaired

  • Northwest Marine Iron Works has added two marine specialists to its staff in Portland, Ore. Joining Northwest Marine Iron Works are James M. Grider and David L. Hiller. Mr. Grider has been appointed quality assurance supervisor, and Mr. Hiller joins the firm in a management training capacity.

  • Portland, Ore.-based Northwest Marine Iron Works has started overhaul of the USS Lang under a $6.02-million contract. The Lang will be in Portland through May of 1978 undergoing hull repair and a major upgrading of its electronic and weapons systems. It is the second vessel in the Navy's FF class

  • Northwest Marine Iron Works of Portland, Ore., has designed a unique propeller lifting carriage which results in significantly less man-hours in the installation of skewed propellers. Initial test for the carriage, which was built in conjunction with the Port of Portland, came during a recent overhaul

  • an "Authorized and Recommended Workshop" for Stork- Werkspoor marine diesel engines, and will provide service and spare parts throughout the Pacific Northwest. The agreement between Foss Launch & Tug Company, a Dillingham company of which Foss Shipyard is a division, and Stork- Werkspoor of the Netherlands

  • Marine Industries Northwest Inc. of Tacoma, Wash., recently performed overhaul and activation repairs aboard two large RO/RO barges for a New York corporation. The former SeaWay Express RO/ RO barges City of Seward, and Resurrection Bay, each measure 487 feet long with a 104-foot beam and 20-foot

  • Northwest Marine Iron Works and Holland America Lines have jointly announced plans for a $10- million major refurbishing and renovation this fall of the S/S Rotterdam, the cruise line's flagship. Holland-America's J. Lievisse Anriaanse, vice president-Technical Department, and William Zavin, presiden

  • Marine Industries Northwest Incorporated (MINI) recently drydocked the freighter Redfin to install a new bow thruster unit. The 2,800-ton drydock MINI 1, had previously lifted the Redfin's twin sister Yellowfin for a routine drydocking. Installation of the Michigan bow thruster unit in the Redfin

  • Northwest Marine Iron Works of Portland, Ore., has been awarded a $2.67-million contract by Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. of Japan for outfitting and testing of the Port of Portland's new drydock #4. The contract award made by IHI was announced by Jim Butler, vice president and

  • At a recent meeting of the Pacific Northwest Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, a film was shown by George M. Bonnett of Deepsea Ventures Inc. on "Mining the Oceans." Deepsea Ventures Inc. of Gloucester Point, Va., has for many years been investigating the feasibility of

  • MN Nov-19#95  joins Seaspan  The Paci?  c Northwest Waterways 
circles for)
    November 2019 - Marine News page: 95

    Cummings Distinguished Service Award was best known in maritime Corporate Affairs & External Com- munications. MacLeod joins Seaspan The Paci? c Northwest Waterways circles for his time spent as chair with over 25 years of communications Association (PNWA) has recognized of the Subcommittee on Coast

  • MR Oct-19#29  moves; with the ?  rst U.S. 
Northwest, back to ports in the)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 29

    with sea steel outbound, and lumber from the Paci? c and it was the ? ttingly renamed Cosco Ship- changes in LNG moves; with the ? rst U.S. Northwest, back to ports in the Gulf and At- ping Panama (9,472 teu) that won the draw LNG exports moving out of Sabine Pass in www.marinelink.com 29 MR

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rine National Monument, northwest of  Schmidt Marine Technology)
    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 8

    circular economies, sailing, and won- maps of the Papahanaumokuakea Ma- development. der; but really it is her curiosity and rine National Monument, northwest of Schmidt Marine Technology Part- willingness to try that makes the differ- the Hawaiian Islands, contributed to a ners is an early detector of

  • MR Aug-19#33  powered 530  Alaska (via the Northwest passage). The  tions)
    August 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 33

    , Iceland and due to the reduced motions an accelera- both during transit and at zero speed.” now deploying its hybrid powered 530 Alaska (via the Northwest passage). The tions given by this hull shape leading to She said “The vessel is equipped with passenger Roald Amundsen, with initial newbuild

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    May/Jun 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 48

    www.americas.breakbulk.com Visit our website C3 Marine Interiors - Cruise & Ferry Global Expo www.marineinteriors-expo.com Visit our website 1 Northwest Seaport Alliance www.nwseaportalliance.com/easy Please visit us online 27 Port of Hueneme www.portofh.org (805) 488-3677 5 Port of Long

  • MN Jun-19#25  
OXE in the Paci?  c Northwest. 
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    June 2019 - Marine News page: 25

    & Parts Co. Som- erset, NJ represents OXE in the North East United States. Cascade Engine Center, LLC; Seattle Wash. represents OXE in the Paci? c Northwest. The OXE outboard weighs 700 pounds and will sell from Cimco at 43,000 to 47,000 Euros. Cimco rec- ommends service every 200 hours and belt checks

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the Northwest Seaport Alliance. To)
    June 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 41

    and the Port of Tacoma, which 12 Georgia Ports 42,939,90340,077,356 now do business as a consolidated port: 13 Jacksonville $ 25,678$ 25,322 the Northwest Seaport Alliance. To the 13 Beaumont 41,836,44334,358,309 14 Miami $ 25,665$ 23,894 north, the Northwest Seaport Alliance 14 SeaTac 40,812,65839

  • MT Jun-19#8 Technology New & Notable
Subsea Visualization:  Sonardyne)
    June 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 8

    Technology New & Notable Subsea Visualization: Sonardyne Tech for Seabed “You never miss anything” Observatory At the Offshore Technology Confer- A new seabed observatory is to be ence 2019 (OTC) in Houston this year deployed offshore Vancouver, Canada, Sidus Solutions and Vantrix unveiled using long

  • MT Apr-19#33  deployed a HAUV offshore Northwest 
In one of the trial)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 33

    and trials on the turbines that we can tap into.” and the HAUV was ready for commercial operations in 2018. Last year, Modus deployed a HAUV offshore Northwest In one of the trial projects in 2017, the HAUV was launched Australia to perform circa 240 kilometers of pipeline integrity ENGINEERED TO WITHSTAND

  • MP Q1-19#48 .com Visit our website
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    .com +43 5574 6883 0 3 Kalmar www.kalmarglobal.com Please visit us online 12 Megayacht Media www.megayachtmuses.com Visit our website 1 Northwest Seaport Alliance www.nwseaportalliance.com/easy Visit our website 9 Port of Long Beach www.POLB.com Please visit us online 23 Sol Caribbean

  • MP Q1-19#47  it  one port, the NWSA or Northwest Seaport Alliance. And)
    Mar/Apr 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 47

    STATISTICS world’s largest container ships for the ?rst time to pass under it one port, the NWSA or Northwest Seaport Alliance. And they count and serve terminals in New York and New Jersey. NY/NJ as one giant port. As you can see from the next list that would The top 10 global shipping lines control 84

  • MP Q1-19#46  as a consolidated port: the Northwest 
port receives a box)
    Mar/Apr 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 46

    of Seattle and the Port of Ta- today, the big shipping alliances chose which terminal at which coma, which now do business as a consolidated port: the Northwest port receives a box of cargo, not the shipper or the port. Any one container carried on any of Ocean Network Express Seaport Alliance. To the north

  • MP Q1-19#28  Jacksonville jumped 6.8  The Northwest Seaport Alliance handled)
    Mar/Apr 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 28

    service to Puerto Rico, north-south routes, and trans-Paci?c strings. SeaTac Surges Loaded container volume at the Port of Jacksonville jumped 6.8 The Northwest Seaport Alliance handled a record-breaking percent year over year to 879,934 TEU in 2018. The port handled 775,522 TEUs in international volumes

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    April 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    Asia 38.2% 27.3% 28.8% 29.1% 19.5% 31.6% Persian Gulf 25.5% 22.5% 12.2% 8.3% 15.7% 38.5% Gulf of Mexico 41.3% 48.2% 60.6% 27.8% 20.9% 100.0% Northwest Europe 18.3% 31.7% 8.7% 6.4% 7.0% 9.3% West Africa 30.8% 37.2% 23.9% 13.5% 8.3% 72.7% Grand Total 33.1% 29.4% 21.3% 18.8% 15.6% 17.2% 18

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Paci? c Northwest; Costa Rica & Panama)
    March 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 41

    contracted by and r;u=oulvl$_;u;1ou7vr;-hv=oub|v;?=l built for Lindblad Expeditions for exploratory cruising in Alaska; Baja, California; the Paci? c Northwest; Costa Rica & Panama and Belize. National Geographic Venture mea- _oov;|oY?|_;?ou?7Lv?o1-?Y-]l sures 238.5 x 44 x 10-ft. and is a Jones Act coastal

  • MP Q1-19#42  would be located on the northwest side of the  gotiations)
    Jan/Feb 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 42

    County for Virgin Cruise Terminal for a new 100,000-square- of County Commissioners. With that done, MSC began ne- foot terminal would be located on the northwest side of the gotiations for a completely new terminal to host their as yet Miami port. Cost of the terminal is estimated at $150 million, named

  • MP Q1-19#28  impact of this 
the Pacifc Northwest. This Connecticut based)
    Jan/Feb 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 28

    less than just down the Mississippi River and its tributaries, New England and one of the new mega-ships. And, the ultimate impact of this the Pacifc Northwest. This Connecticut based operator’s Amer- aspect of cruise travel has yet to be fully realized. ican Song was delivered in late 2018, with its American

  • MP Q1-19#20  situated 
TAkE ThE TRAIN in northwest Georgia near I-75 and)
    Jan/Feb 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 20

    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. 411. ARP is served In North America each of the seven Class I railroads have by CSX, which provides a direct, 388-mile

  • MN Feb-19#43 . Dunlap selected the Pacifc Northwest 
to communication networks)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 43

    a diverse range of plans and options to ly been challenging with patchy service and limited access ft a variety of needs. Dunlap selected the Pacifc Northwest to communication networks. Most satellite and terrestrial Regional Plan as a cost-effective option that would allow services did not offer the

  • MN Feb-19#24  work on  and Pacifc Northwest, serving industrial)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 24

    to see full and effcient commerce to and from 38 states throughout the heartland funding allocated to the Corps for its important work on and Pacifc Northwest, serving industrial and agricultural the inland waterways that should allow the completion of centers, and facilitating imports and exports at

  • MR Jan-19#40 MARITIME EMISSIONS • Hurtigruten Pushes the Borders for)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    MARITIME EMISSIONS • Hurtigruten Pushes the Borders for Green Travel Plastic-free advocating a ban on HFO and stricter regu- Facing the three all-glass elevators, the Adding to the company’s green creden- lations to be applied to vessels that operate screen will reach up to and include Deck 10 tials is

  • MR Jan-19#39 Growth in the global cruise sector continues, as 
Hurtigrute)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 39

    Growth in the global cruise sector continues, as Hurtigruten, the world’s largest expedition cruise operator, signed an MOU with shipbuilder Kleven Verft AS for the construction of a third hybrid-pow- ered expedition cruise ship. Tom Mulligan, Mari- time Reporter’s Science & Technology writer, re- ports

  • MN Jan-19#56  key location in the Paci?  c Northwest 
Design contract at)
    January 2019 - Marine News page: 56

    such time that new Sulphur by dual product barge at this Stantec Awarded Planning, regulations are ? nalized and enforce- key location in the Paci? c Northwest Design contract at able. Speci? cally, the provisions of the Coast. The Columbia River is the na- Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Stantec has been

  • MR Dec-18#45  shipyard in 
South Korea to Northwest Europe. 
The construction)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 45

    2018 Kairos, the world’s largest LNG bunker supply vessel with an LNG capacity of 7,500 cu. m., started its voyage from the shipyard in South Korea to Northwest Europe. The construction of the vessel started in 2016 when the joint venture of Nauticor and Klaipedos nafta (KN) signed a time-charter agreement