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  • Delta Steamship Lines, 1700 International Trade Mart, New Orleans, La. 70150, has completed acquisition of Prudential Lines, Inc.'s Latin American services and various vessels, marking the initiation of new Delta services to Latin America from both the U.S. Atlantic and Pacific Coasts.

    The new combined fleet is comprised of four LASH/container vessels, 16 modern cargoliners and four combination passengercargo vessels of the Magdalena class.

    Delta, an American-flag steamship line, has been serving the east coast of South America from the U.S. Gulf since the line was founded in 1919. From the Gulf, Delta also serves Central America, the Caribbean and the west coast of Africa.

    To these long-established services, the following routes are now added: (a) from U.S. Atlantic Coast ports, Delta will serve ports in Venezuela, Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, the Caribbean and Central America; (b) from U.S. Pacific and Canadian coast ports, express passengercargoliner service is offered to Mexico, Panama, Caribbean Islands, Central America, east coast Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, and west coast Colombia.

    Also from the Pacific Coast, express cargoliners serve Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Ecuador, Chile and Peru.

    Capt. J.W. Clark, president of Delta Line, announced that Delta's West Coast operations will be headed by Albert B. Wenzell, who has been elected a senior vice president of Delta Steamship Lines, Inc., Pacific Division. Other West Coast personnel elected vice presidents of Delta are Messrs.

    F.E. Waterhouse, J.A. Traina, and W.H. Reich. J.D. Bowe has been elected assistant secretarytreasurer.

    All of Prudential's former West Coast office locations have been acquired by Delta.

    Delta's Atlantic Division will be headed by Capt. Daniel P.

    Kirby, senior vice president, assisted by H.D. Hunter, vice president, Atlantic Division. Delta's Atlantic Division staff will be substantially expanded by the addition of many experienced former Prudential staff members at New York, Philadelphia, and Miami, including L.A. Viada, also elected a vice president, Atlantic Division.

  • key employees at its New Orleans, La., and Los Angeles, Calif., depots. Chuck Muller, former West Coast regional supervisor, has been promoted to West Coast regional manager. Mr. Muller is based out of the Los Angeles depot and will be responsible for service and sales support on the West Coast. In

  • Sohio Oil Company, has agreed to acquire a West Coast refinery and marketing assets from Mobil Oil. The action marks the company's first move to the West Coast as a refiner and marketer. As part of the transaction, Sohio Oil is purchasing Mobil's 79,000 barrel-per-day refinery in Ferndale, Wash., and

  • increases the ea?e with which cargo is shipped to such places as the Scandinavian countries. With its newly approved West Coast service, West Coast shippers will be provided with a weekly service to the Continent and United Kingdom via the Port of Chicago, where GLE's containerships will

  • Gulf of Mexico, will probably cease at some time in the next several years. Producers of Alaskan North Slope crude prefer to sell their crude to West Coast refiners, given the cost of transporting it to East Coast refiners. If the ban on exporting Alaskan North Slope crude oil is removed, some

  • , operate from both U.S. coasts. One route, with six vessels, connects the U.S. East Coast to the Caribbean, Central America, and ports on the west coast of South America. From U.S. West Coast ports, another fleet of six vessels sails around South America and to the west coast of South America

  • total number of short duration jobs (i.e., less than six months) over the FY 1990-91 period will be divided roughly 50/50 between the East and West Coasts. The East Coast is expected to perform 186 short term availabilities over the two-year period, while the West Coast is scheduled to handle 187

  • the Panama Canal in tankers up to approximately 60,000 dwt for delivery to U.S. Gulf and East Coast refineries. Transshipment via Pacific waters to West Coast refineries lacking deepwater ports capable of accommodating supertankers is also a possibility. According to Northville, the West Coast of Panama

  • Hansen and Tidemann, Inc., has announced the opening of its first West Coast office in San Francisco to provide a broader range of service to its customers in the West. George Mitchell, with some 20 years in the transportation industry, has been named regional manager for the West Coast. Hansen

  • the transfer of Ed Britz. This office is located at 110 South Orange Avenue, Livingston, N.J. 07039, and is under the direction of Robert Markoff. West Coast operations are managed by William F. (Bill) Lawless. The physical location is 18872 MacArthur Boulevard, Suite 250, Irvine, Calif. 92715. This

  • David L. Abbott has joined Konel Corporation as West Coast Area manager. The appointment was announced by Ken Leondar, general manager of the South San Francisco, Calif.-based marine electronics and communications company. Mr. Abbott will be responsible for dealer relations on the West Coast and

  • , responsible for the company's maritime satellite services sales efforts within the shipping, fishing and offshore markets located on the West Coast. Mr. Taricco, who is based in Seattle, will also manage West Coast sales/service of SeaPhoneSM, a new telephone system designed especially for

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    Ship Repair Activities and Investments in ship repair & conversion yards Astican & Astander Regulatory Work, Offshore Drives Astican Reliance entered Astican for the installation of a new HydeMarine Hyde Guardian ballast water management system. Photo: Astican While 2019 provided a mixed bag of ing

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    REPAIR & CONVERSION the concerns about security as the electric grid becomes more He added that improved safety features, including lifeboats, dependent on offshore wind. would be necessary in a conversion and that personal com- These calculations and estimates provide a backdrop for the fort is also an

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    REPAIR & CONVERSION “As owners we always look for opportunities to increase the attractiveness of our vessels. In this context, modern PSVs can be converted and utilized for new operations at a competitive cost compared to new buildings.” Tommy Walaunet, Managing Director, Island Offshore Though

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    Obviously, the shipping industry’s primary goal should al- The NTSB ways be to have zero lost days due to accidents. But, equally, The NTSB’s stated purpose can be found on its website: the industry should also always be prepared to immediately respond to and investigate unfortunate events when they

  • MR Jan-20#24 Legal Beat
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    Legal Beat Marine Casualties Anatomy of the Investigation lank Rome’s maritime attorneys have rep- damage. resented clients in some of the largest mari- Our experience investigating and providing legal represen- time casualties in the last 20 years, includ- tation for clients because of these casualties

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    “These are installation vessels and SOVs that require an investment of $100m to $300m (each), an investment that is very hard to make on spec.” Matt Tremblay SVP, Global Offshore, ABS optimization and around risk management. A lot of the questions that we’re getting in that area from the wind mar- ket

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  • MN Jan-20#60 PRODUCTS
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    PRODUCTS Telescopic Rescue Poles Seeing the need for a swift and accu- rate recovery method should a person fall into the water, the team at Sham- rock Quay in Southampton – part Norton Rapid Prep XHD of MDL Marinas Group – acquired KINETIX Coarse and Medium Discs a Reach and Rescue telescopic

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    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Blount Scott Quigley Guidry gram to recognize port partners who dealers and customers in the region Maritime Cyber Security have taken proactive steps to make cy- with rapid-response centers located Coalition Formed The U.S. Coast Guard, along with

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    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Volvo Penta of the Americas Hägg Bean Kolunsarka Gu Puscar Cox Powertrain Kymmene, the largest pulp and paper APM Terminals, North America. He Hägg Named business in Europe, in a number of also spent more than 10 years with Steerprop CEO different roles. From 2013 to 2016

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  • MN Jan-20#38 OFFSHORE WIND
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    OFFSHORE WIND ? ve modules and is intended to be about 80% practi- cal training with the balance in a classroom. That, says Burns, lends itself well to the assessment-based training that the school already imbeds into its curriculum. And, while this training regimen has nothing formally to do with

  • MN Jan-20#35 OFFSHORE WIND
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    OFFSHORE WIND The ? rst-in-the-nation offshore wind training facility will be located at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy. By Joseph Keefe n late October, with much fanfare, Massachusetts Gover- by the Commonwealth to grow a workforce for the off- nor Charlie Baker, Stephen Pike, CEO of the Massachu-

  • MN Jan-20#33 SAFETY 
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    SAFETY tank or from outside – either would warrant an inspec- Headquarters has prioritized outreach and discussion tion to determine the source and a potential limitation vs. an enforcement policy at this time. While this may of movement, up to detention to port.” He pointed out, change with new policy

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    SAFETY nation as to whether the de? ciency is a “one off” (likely • Manning speci? c to reductions in engineering speci? c to the vessel and its crew), or whether it’s systemic, staff for automation pointing to a failure in company management. Lindholm, from EDT Forensic Engineering, provided As

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    were ? re? ghting equip- ment and appliances (18 de? ciencies), other ? re safety (also 18) and lifejack- et issues (18). Lindholm, based on the West Coast, had stressed that all his TPO work is con? dential, but he did relay one rumor to Marine News, “The TPOs have heard of USCG enforcement of

  • MN Jan-20#30 SAFETY 
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    SAFETY Subchapter M were modeled on the inspection require- the board. Commander Jake Hobson, Chief of the Inspec- ments for cargo vessels – in so much as a towing vessel is tions Division at USCG Sector New York, told Marine not intended to carry passengers. Passenger vessel regula- News, “The inspection

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    U.S. Coast Guard photo by Ronald Hodges Waterway Operators (AWO), a trade association for the workboat and towing and barging sector. Allegretti’s remarks came in a speech at a late-Septem- ber 2019 conference on Subchapter M, which provides a framework for safety management of towing vessels (rather

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    for the new Subchapter M towing vessel regulations to the Devall family of Devall Towing and Boat Services on August 15, 2018 at Devall Fleeting Area in West Calcasieu Port in Sulphur, La. Right image: Towing vessel Bridgett McAllister sits moored at the McAllister Towing Facility in Baltimore, Feb 4, 2019

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    He said that limit made sense in the mid-19th century when control of a ship was more art than science. Without such protections America’s ? edgling oceanic commerce would have withered. Now, Sterbcow asserts, “encouragement of investment in shipbuilding should no longer be accomplished on the backs

  • MN Jan-20#26 PASSENGER VESSELS 
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    PASSENGER VESSELS successfully promoted safety. It is imperative that the Coast comply with a lower safety standard,” according to Smith. Guard safety function be preserved” (emphasis added). As readers likely know, after 43 years, these CBP rulings Bottom line for Stephens and PVA: Congress should not

  • MN Jan-20#25 PASSENGER VESSELS 
those recommendations are implemented)
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    PASSENGER VESSELS those recommendations are implemented, and why have ment.” After all, he added, the legislative ideas are very close they not been implemented to date? to what NTSB proposed for DUKW boats – 20 years ago. “Over the years we’ve seen tragedy after tragedy after trag- This concern with

  • MN Jan-20#24 PASSENGER VESSELS 
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    PASSENGER VESSELS Vessel Safety: House Subcommittee Seeks Faster Implementation Credit: U.S. Coast Guard photo by Lora Ratliff By Tom Ewing n November the U.S. House of Representatives’ Trans- Salud Carbajal, from California’s 24th District, the location portation & Infrastructure Committee, Coast Guard