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SEPTEMBER 6, 2016 — Another former executive of Singapore shipyard ST Marine is headed for a jail cell for his part in a scheme in which, according to prosecutors, money that had been paid out…
APRIL 6, 2017—Things happen in a New York minute. Just a few days after the arrival of the first in what will be a series of 20 ferries being built for New York’s new Citywide…
APRIL 6, 2017 — ClassNK has received authorization from the Liberian Registry to provide Liberian flagged vessels with electronic certificates for statutory surveys. ClassNK is the world's first classification society to be authorized by the…
APRIL 6, 2017 — Italy's Vittoria Shipyard has entered the international tugboat market with orders that will see it supply ASD (azimuth stern drive) tugs to Russia and Italy. The Russian boat will be used…
APRIL 6, 2017 — After an epic tow by Harley Marine Services (HMS), the Philippine Red Cross has taken delivery of the M/V Susitna, a multipurpose vessel originally built as a technology demonstrator for the…
APRIL 5, 2017 —Hoofddorp, Netherlands, headquartered C-Job Naval Architects is provide China's COSCO (Qidong) Offshore shipyard with the basic design package for the Orion, an advanced offshore installation vessel that the yard is to build…
APRIL 5, 2017 — Helsinki, Finland, headquartered Finnlines says that, starting in September 2017, it will lengthen four of its "Breeze series" vessels, with an option to lengthen two more vessels. The lengthening will increase…
APRIL 5, 2017 —The results of a joint industry project (JIP) to develop a new LPG-fueled LPG carrier design were unveiled at this week's Gastech 2017 event in Tokyo. Called LPGreen, the project involves ship…
APRIL 5, 2017 — The Southwest Alaska Pilots Association in Homer, Alaska has ordered a new pilot boat from Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding, Duclos Corporation, Somerset, MA. Delivery from the shipyard is scheduled for 2018. With a…
APRIL 5, 2017 — Classification society ABS has expanded its Type Approval product certification process to allow original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to meet compliance with 46 CFR Subchapter M Regulations. "As the inland maritime industry…
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