Recently delivered by the ASL Shipyard, Singapore, the Robert Allan Ltd. designed RAstar 3000-W series ASD tug Svitzer North has been built to a design developed in close co-operation with Svitzer’s operations
Registration is now open for Marine Log’s annual TTB—Tugs, Towboats & Barges conference, the only event dedicated exclusively to the tug, towboat and barge segments of the U.S. maritime transportation industry. The
The General Accounting Office has just released a report entitled “Columbia Class Submarine: Delivery Hinges on Timely and Quality Materials from an Atrophied Supplier Base.” The Navy plans to invest about $128
Finland’s Meyer Turku shipyard today floated out Costa Toscana, the new flagship of Carnival Corporation’s Italian company, Costa Cruises. Like sister ship Costa Smeralda, the 337 meter, 6,730 passenger vessel will be
The board of Hong Kong headquartered Wallem Group reports that CEO Frank Coles has resigned and will be leaving the Wallem Group shortly. “As many will be aware,” says a Wallem statement,
The future USNS John Lewis (T-AO 205), the Navy’s first in a new class of Fleet Replenishment Oilers, was launched by General Dynamics-National Steel and Shipbuilding Company, San Diego, on January 12;
A pioneer in class-approved drone inspections, Delft, Netherlands-based RIMS (Robotics in Maintenance Strategies) BV, has now set up a sister company to focus on the drone and ROV elements of its business.
TTB: What to do when the bottom falls out: Everything you hope you’ll never need to know about restructuring
In the past year, the tug and barge industry has seen one of its biggest names wind up in a bankruptcy case that’s been anything but a neatly prepackaged restructuring. Others have
Finnish welding automation specialist has delivered a PEMA VRWP-C robotic welding station to Edison Chouest Offshore’s LaShip shipyard in Houma, La. The station has been commissioned by Pemamek’s local service team in
The state will contract with Equinor Wind US LLC for the development of two new offshore wind farms more than 20 miles off the shore of Long Island, N.Y., in what is
MV American Courage, a 634 foot, 10 inch long Great Lakes self-unloading bulker, is the largest ship ever to perform automatic dock-to-dock operation. This follows a decision by its owner —American Steamship
In what looks to have been one of her last official acts before stepping down from the Trump Administration, then Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao promoted U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA)
Q-LNG Transport and Shell Trading (US) Company report that the first offshore liquified natural gas bunkering articulated tug and barge in the United States, the Q-LNG 4000 is now ready for operations.
The National Transportation Safety Board has issued its report on an incident in which a fully laden product tanker plowed into moored vessels, barges and wharves causing some $40.5 million of damages.
The integrated ship operation and performance management system Kawasaki Integrated Maritime Solutions, jointly developed by K Line and Kawasaki Heavy Industries Group, has received ClassNK’s first Innovation Endorsement for Products & Solutions.