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APRIL 6, 2015 — In a steel cutting ceremony at its San Diego shipyard last week, General Dynamics NASSCO signaled the start of construction of a third ECO tanker to be built for Kinder Morgan…
APRIL 6, 2015 — Singapore headquartered shipbuilder Triyards Holdings Limited has secured new orders worth around $100 million. They include a lift boat, a high speed aluminum craft project that includes integrated logistics support work…
APRIL 6, 2015 — Crowley Maritime Corp. has joined the Trident Alliance, a coalition of shipping owners and operators that share a common interest in robust enforcement of existing maritime sulfur regulations. In joining, Crowley…
APRIL 3, 2015—Deck machinery and towing equipment specialist Rapp Marine will engineer and manufacture its largest crane to date—a 150-ton Active Heave Compensated (AHC) crane—for privately held Otto Candies LLC, Des Allemands, LA, under a…
APRIL 3, 2015—The recent downturn in shipbuilding has hurt Chinese shipyards, watching the country tumble from being the world’s top shipbuilder to number three behind Korea and Japan. Over the last two years, the number…
APRIL 3, 2015 — Though Japan is more into exporting vessels than importing them, Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania is making its third delivery to a Japanese owner. The 85 m high speed wave piercing catamaran…
APRIL 3, 2015 — APRIL 3, 2015 — The National Transportation Safety Board has issued a preliminary report on the March 9 Houston Ship Channel incident in which the bulker Conti Peridot and chemical tanker…
APRIL 3, 2014 — Classification society ABS recently entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Korea Offshore & Shipbuilding Association (KOSHIPA) to develop and deliver a curriculum of offshore training courses. "The framework…
APRIL 3, 2014 — Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri reports that the first LNG fueled ferry built in Italy, the F.-A.-Gauthier, departed its shipyard in Castellammare di Stabia, Naples, April 1, after successfully completing LNG sea trials.…
APRIL 3, 2015 — Great Lakes Shipyard, Cleveland, OH. has been awarded a new construction contract by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Rock Island District for two work barges. Work will commence…
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