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JUNE 23, 2015 — Covington, LA, headquartered Fidelis Group Holdings and its subsudiary Continental Underwriters, Ltd. (CUL), a national marine insurance coverage and service specialist have opened a new flagship office located in Lower Manhattan,…
JUNE 23, 2015 — Geneva, Switzerland, based MSC Cruises and shipbuilder Fincantieri yesterday cut the first steel for the cruise line's next generation MSC Seaside in a ceremony at Fincantieri's Monfalcone, Italy, shipyard. With a…
JUNE 23, 2015 — Bagnolet, France, headquartered Saft S.A. has won a contract to supply state-of-the-art Li-ion (lithium ion) battery systems to Rotterdam headquarterd Imtech Marine which (as we reported earlier) will supply the electric…
JUNE 22, 2015—By the end of last month, the expansion of the Panama Canal was nearly 90 percent complete. The $5.2 billion expansion will add a third set of locks doubling the capacity of the…
JUNE 22, 2015 — The Elgin Brown & Hamer (EBH) Namibia shipyard has docked the first Panamax size ship in its new Panamax capacity floating dry dock Namship 3. The ship that marked the milestone…
JUNE 22, 2015 — Norwegian shipbuilder Kleven has won an order to build two stern trawlers for DFFU, a wholly owned German subsidiary of leading Icelandic seafood company Samherji. They will be be built to…
JUNE 22, 2015—U.S.-flag Great Lakes carriers had a bit sunny outlook in May then they had the same time a year ago. That’s because lakers moved 10.8 million tons of dry-bulk cargo in May, their…
JUNE 22, 2015 — MAN Diesel & Turbo's two-stage turbocharging development project, Ecocharge, has passed a significant milestone on its road to market introduction. The company reports that individual MAN TCR20 and MAN TCX17 units…
JUNE 22, 2015—Royal Caribbean International’s 227,000-gross ton Harmony of the Seas was floated out of dry dock this week, following the completion of its exterior construction at the STX shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France. Expected to…
JUNE 22, 2015 — Esbjerg, Denmark based Esvagt has ordered an 88.4 m x 15 m crew change vessel from Spanish shipbuilder Astilleros Zamakona, which in turn has signed an order with Norway's Havyard Design…
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