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AMPOL Completes Downed Platform Project

American Pollution Control Corp. (AMPOL), a leading oil spill response and total environmental solutions provider, has completed a platform recovery project in Amelia, La., announced CEO Kirk Headley.

Coastal Marine Expands in Brazil

Coastal Marine Equipment has extended its presence into the Brazilian marketplace by teaming with Macnor Marine and Macnor Services to assist in equipment sales and service. This relationship has proven

This Day in Navy History

September 22 1776 - John Paul Jones in Providence sails into Canso Bay, Nova Scotia, and attacks British fishing fleet. 1943 - U.S. destroyers and landing craft land Australian troops at Finschhafen, New Guinea.

LITASCO to use Upgraded eSDS solution from ESS

Lukoil group companies will be the first new customers to use ESS’s upgraded and much improved eSDS Solution for compliance with REACH/GHS requirements.   Electronic Shipping Solutions, the leading shipping eDocs provider,

Increased Demand for Rudder Conversions

More and more ship owners turn to Becker Marine Systems for rudder conversions of vessels already in service. The easy installation of a new Becker Rudder System can dramatically improve manoeuvring performance and reduce fuel consumption.

Reflex Marine Launches First Accredited Service Center

Expert in marine personnel transfer Reflex Marine has launched a global accredited service centre programme, for its FROG and TORO devices, to ensure uniformly high standards of maintenance and safety for its clients.

ClassNK Issues First Approval for Maritime Training

NYK Shipmanagement ECDIS course first to be recognized by top class society.   ClassNK issued its first approval for maritime training programs to an Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) course offered by NYK Shipmanagement Pte.

$23m Contracts Awarded to Great Lakes Shipyard

Caribbean Tugz, LLC, an affiliate of SEACOR Holdings, Inc., Fort Lauderdale, Florida has awarded Great Lakes Shipyard, Cleveland, Ohio vessel construction contracts to simultaneously build two new state-of-the-art

NOAA Ship Rainier Returns to Alaska for Sea Floor Surveys

NOAA Ship Rainier returns to Alaska to conduct sea floor surveys in support of safe navigation.   NOAA Ship Rainier has begun a month long survey of the sea floor near Alaska’s Prince of Wales Island as part of a multi-year effort to update nautical charts for the area.

MLL's Fertig takes on Bermuda Challenge

Chris Fertig of Maersk Line, Limited (MLL) is competing for the Bermuda Challenge World Record leaving on his boat, the TDI CLEAN DIESEL from Liberty Harbor Marina in New York at 9:30 a.m. on September 21, 2011.

WESMAR’s Commercial Bow Thrusters Part of Huge Australian LNG Project

WESMAR has shipped six of its large commercial bow thrusters for installation on three, 80-meter Ropax (Ro-Ro) vessels that will be working on a liquefied natural gas (LNG) project of historic proportion in Australia.

WCI's Michael Toohey Testifies Before House Subcommittee

WCI President testified before House Water Resources & Environment Subcommittee on substantial economic importance of inland waterways system navigation projects, once completed, will provide jobs and billions of dollars for american economy.