Svitzer makes key Americas terminal towage sector appointment

Seeing increasing growth opportunities in the Americas terminal towage sector, Maersk Group member Svitzer has appointed Rutger Thulin as its new Managing Director for the Terminal Towage Cluster in Americas, spanning Svitzer’s

Kongsberg: Cloud-based radar training can be accesses anytime, anywhere

Kongsberg Digital is launching a new cloud-based simulation service for maritime radar training. Used as an advanced eLearning tool, it enables instructors to manage and control exercises with realistic radar simulations to

Norfolk Dredging awarded $20.49 million USACE contract

Norfolk Dredging Co., Chesapeake, Va., has been awarded a $20,490,500 firm-fixed-price contract to remove dredging material from the Delaware River. Bids were solicited via the internet with one received. Work will be

Docking pilot’s actions seen as probable cause in tugboat allision with berth

The National Transportation Safety Board has issued a Marine Accident Brief on its investigation of a Sept. 23, 2019, incident in which a wharf incurred $1.47 million in damage. The accident occurred

Svanehøj names Hirohide Gohda as director in Japan

Pump company Svanehøj has appointed Hirohide Gohda as director and head of office in Kobe, Japan, strengthening the company’s presence in the important Japanese market as it focuses on expanding its position

Misje Rederi opts for Wärtsilä hybrid solution for eco-friendly bulkers

Three newbuild eco-friendly 5,000 dwt bulk carriers being built for Misje Eco Bulk, a unit of the Norway based Misje Rederi group, are to have a fully integrated Wärtsilä hybrid solution that

Partnership aims to develop hydrogen powered ferry for Oslo-Copenhagen

A group of companies plans to develop a 100% hydrogen fuel cell powered RoPax ferry for DFDS’ Oslo – Frederikshavn – Copenhagen route. The partnership includes DFDS, ABB, Ballard Power Systems Europe,

InterManager elects O’Neil as new President

InterManager, the international trade association for in-house and third-party ship managers, has elected Mark O’Neil, CEO of Columbia Shipmanagement, as its new President. He was voted in at today’s Annual General Meeting,

Port of Houston: “We’re number one”

The Port of Houston says that newly released government statistics show that the Houston Ship Channel port complex and its public and private terminals now hold the number one place among U.S.

BAE Norfolk wins $197.4 million Navy contract

BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair, Norfolk, Va., has been awarded a $197,452,828 contract for the USS Wasp (LHD 1) fiscal 2021 Chief of Naval Operations scheduled docking selected restricted availability that includes