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  • R a y t h e o n Marine Company, Manchester, N.H., manufacturers of a wide range of Marine Electronic Navigation Equipment, has recently installed, in conjunction with Redi-Marine Electronics Co., South San Francisco, the 500th Raytheon RAYCAS aboard the S /S President Hoover, a containership owned and operated by American President Lines, Inc., Oakland, Calif.

    The Raytheon RAYCAS system is a computer assisted radar collision avoidance unit which aids high seas navigators in guiding their vessels safely through congested waters in all weather conditions.

    American President Lines, Inc., owns and operates a fleet of 22 U.S.-flag vessels trading between North America and North Asia/ South Asia and the Middle East on a regularly scheduled basis, and is installing Raytheon RAYCAS units aboard their vessels.

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  • including: North America, Latin America, Western Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, West Africa, East and South Africa, South East Asia, South Asia, Australasia, Centrally Planned Economies, OECD members, OPEC members and Non-Communist World countries. A special feature included in the brochure

  • corporate president, secretary to the chairman's advisory council, president of Korea Gulf Oil, and vice president of marketing for Gulf Oil Company-South Asia. A native of South Bend, Ind., he is a graduate of the University of Michigan. Mr. Larocque, who was vice president-international petroleum sales

  • of the Marketing Co-ordination. In March 1967, he became Area Coordinator, Consolidated Area in the Regional Co-ordination — Oil and Gas, Africa and South Asia, the position he held until his appointment as president of Asiatic Petroleum Corporation. For the last three years, Mr. Francis has been managing

  • as follows: Richard V. Parks is named senior vice president-North Europe service; Michael J. Esposito, senior vice president-Mediterranean South Asia services; and Edward J. Chick, senior vice president-Africa services. In addition, Donald A. Adley is named senior vice president-Marketing, and

  • are foreign flagged, primarily from European Union members, and especially smaller vessels that may not be economic to sail to recycling yards in South Asia. Turkey is frequently chosen for recycling because it complies with ship recycling standards and its recycling yards comply with international practices

  • units are under construction in Korea, China and Japan. Several huge projects are among the orders, including a massive FLNG being built in Korea. South Asia is the dominant location for conversion of tankers into production and storage floaters. There are more than 15 conversion projects in progress in

  • its economic life, the owner sold it, often to a cash buyer, for scrapping with little consideration of the next step. Many ships ended up on a beach in south Asia (India, Pakistan, or Bangladesh) where they were cut apart and the metal was sold for scrap. The working conditions were sometimes dangerous and

  • as senior division manager and has held that position until his present appointment. L.E. Walker has been named vice president and general manager, South East Asia Operations, Oceanic Contractors, Inc. Mr. Walker joined the company as a field engineer in 1968, and has held engineering positions with Ocea

  • domestically    Turkey’s 21 ship recycling facilities (located largely in the Aliaga area, near Izmir) could be an alternative to the facilities in South Asia and China, especially if they can offer a more environmentally acceptable way of disposing of vessels at the end of their working lives.    Turkish

  • Plans are at an advanced stage for Promet and Jardine Offshore to be merged. The two groups, both of which are major components of Jardine Matheson (South East Asia), form the backbone of Jardine's involvement in the oilfield service industry. In effect, two mergers are planned — on the one hand between

  • a leading offshore drilling contractor, Smedvig asa, with headquarters in Stavanger, Norway. Smedvig has had a strong and increasing presence in the South East Asia petroleum market since 1990 when they purchased drilling contractor, Robray Offshore Drilling Company. Circle 7 6 on Reader Service Car

  • MT Apr-19#47  
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    Vehicle Annual Oceanographic Instrumentation: Measurement, Process & Analysis Subsea Defense Ocean Business 2019 Technology MTR White Papers: Southern California Cluster Spotlight Oceanographic Autonomous Navigation GNSS MEMS Fiber Optic Cables, Connectors & Unmanned Vehicle Propulsion White

  • MT Apr-19#39  is deeply involved in the  South Paci?  c nation has had)
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    to govern this nascent industry. to 24,000 square kilometers of the Cooke Islands EEZ. The Toronto-listed Nautilus Minerals is deeply involved in the South Paci? c nation has had a Seabed Mining Act since 2009, Bismarck Sea project, Solwara 1, where the world’s ? rst, and OML will work with its Seabed

  • MT Apr-19#21  started in 2017, the ?  nal south traveling 
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    for a bridge project in the United States. The project was started in January of 2013 and, after a phased opening that started in 2017, the ? nal south traveling lanes were opened in September of 2018. De- construction work on the old bridge continues. Business Challenge: The retired Tappan Zee Bridge

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  • MT May-19#35  Navy shipyard on the south 
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    (SN-BR), all made in Brazil 4.5 million square kilometers - equivalent to half of Brazil’s at a purpose build state-of-the-art Navy shipyard on the south land area. coast of the state of Rio de Janeiro. To protect this natural heritage and guarantee Brazilian Of the four conventional submarines already

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    changes to the mud banks of the the Gulf will take 60 minutes. By road to Bang- and Nepal. However, he explained there islands that make up much of southern go around the Gulf, even in the dry sea- is a huge need for the further develop- Bangladesh along the Bay of Bengal. ment of public and private

  • MR May-19#37 GREEN MARINE • Ship Owner Pro?  le
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    GREEN MARINE • Ship Owner Pro? le Dan Skjeldam Smaller, Greener, More Specialized: Hurtigruten drives the future of the cruise travel sector Building on its 125-year heritage, Norwegian shipowner Hurtigruten has become a lead- er in exploration travel offering voyages to more than 200 unique destinations

  • MR May-19#35 GREEN MARINE • Propulsion
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    GREEN MARINE • Propulsion equipment in the ship without losing too LNG tank ? lling cannot yet be speci? ed essary engine and selected system com- trolled via control of hydraulic oil ? ow much container capacity. As Hapag- precisely. According to statements, the ponents for the conversion in order

  • MR May-19#27 , 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

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    vice industry is second to none. And Bay Terminals (LBT). LBT, located at ity year. Nelson is slated to be installed those of us that live and work in south Limetree Bay, St. Croix, USVI, is in the as chairman for a one-year term on the Louisiana know the power of neigh- process of restarting an idled

  • MN May-19#52  Europe, Australia and South 
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    and reliable performance, particularly in more extreme environmental conditions. This smaller boat currently used throughout Europe, Australia and South America delivers the same consistent performance as the larger boats to the US mid-sized market. The boat features a twin chine heavy weather hull

  • MN May-19#38  increase over 
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    projects is up. For 2018-2019, Mike Little’s data shows $35.6 billion in new investments in the Northeast Region, a 2.1% increase over 2017. For the South, new investment will total $160 bil- lion, up 2% from 2017. In the Midwest – investment will be close to $80 billion – a whopping 12.8% increase over

  • MN May-19#30  the dam-
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    the sheen came as a workboat left the safety of its riverside dock just after from another vessel and had nothing to do with the dam- midnight to travel south to meet with and make up a small aged towboat. Ultimately, any petroleum product because ? otilla of eight empty barges for delivery to a riverside

  • MN May-19#24  
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    unit enables us to provide routes for container on barge services. a more comprehensive level of barge service to current and In the past few weeks, the South Carolina Ports Author- potential customers and continue to serve as a catalyst for ity (SCPA) furthered their quest to develop a marine high- commerce

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  • MP Q1-19#46  North Harbor and two in the South Harbor, 
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    it will eventually reduce the number to transported on any one of the alliances members (NYK Line, ‘K four, with two in the North Harbor and two in the South Harbor, Line, and MOL) could be delivered to any one of seven terminals the new inside names of Seattle and Tacoma, called locally SeaTac. in the

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    STATISTICS T T 25 P 2018 HE OP ORTS IN veryone who likes a simple view loves a list. Top ?ve scrub- NOLA’s containerized cargo to record levels. In addition, loaded bers, top 10 cities, top 15 funny movies, top 20 ports. And imported containers rose 7 percent, which continues to be a fo- Eso last

  • MP Q1-19#34 FUEL LOGISTICS
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    FUEL LOGISTICS The USA is expected to have the largest sup- ply surplus and export potential, followed by China and Russia. Conversely, we – and other analysts – project Europe will be in deficit on 0.1%/0.5% supply; also, and critically, the Pacific region that includes Singapore, although increasing

  • MP Q1-19#30 Container Ports
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    Container Ports Credit: Port of Virginia The Port of Virginia set a new annual record for container cargo volume having handled more than 2.85 million TEUs, in calendar year 2018. ports. The deal potentially represents approximately a half-billion regional ports, NC Ports is banking heavily on leveraging

  • MP Q1-19#28  service to Puerto Rico, north-south routes, and 
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    by 2023, enhancing the port’s ability to handle do- ated with trucking the cargo across the state.” mestic container 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

  • MP Q1-19#27  shippers complained that  South Carolina is betting heavily)
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    ships calling on Houston moves in February and has handled 18,709 rail moves in FY2019. Ship Channel terminals after petroleum shippers complained that South Carolina is betting heavily on inland port infrastructure for the big ships would threaten export growth. The impact of that the future, and recently

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    , time-critical items to working established part of our portfolio of vessels at anchorage. husbandry services, which we provide Lifting off from Marina South Pier day in and day out, in ports all over the in Singapore with 3D printed con- world,” said Johansen. “Modern tech- sumables from Wilhelmsen’s