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Rethinking the Platform Supply Vessel

AUGUST 27, 2012—Robert “Bob” Hill has made a name for himself thinking out of the box. Hill, shown at left, is the principal of Ocean Tug & Barge Corp., which has a

Baker Lyman, GL announce strategic alliance

August 10, 2012—Responding to industry concerns over sufficient Towing Safety Management System (TSMS) service capacities for the impending Subchapter M implementation, Germanischer Lloyd (USA), Houston, TX, and Baker, Lyman & Co, Inc.,

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Crowley’s Harland testifies on USCG Arctic presence

AUGUST 7, 2012 — Bruce Harland, Vice President-Commercial Services of Crowley Maritime Corporation, testified this week on behalf of Crowley and the American Waterways Operators (AWO) before a Kodiak, Alaska, field hearing

ACL buys eight SeaRiver tank barges

American Commercial Lines (ACL) reports the purchase of eight 20,000 barrel capacity tank barges from SeaRiver Maritime Inc., a subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation. The price was not disclosed. The purchase will

Podcast: Harley Marine Services’ Deborah Franco

Helping implement Mr. Franco’s vision for the last seven years has been his sister, Deborah Franco, who is the Vice President of HSQE, HR, and Administration for Harley Marine Services.  She has been responsible for implementing ISO 9001 and 14001, ISM Code, Safety and Environmental Quality systems throughout all of the Harley Marine companies, as well as overseeing AWO Responsible Carrier Program and Occupational Health.  She ensures company safety and environmental policies and procedures are developed and maintained in accordance with all applicable state and federal codes, standards, regulations and company procedures.

We talked with Deborah recently to gain some insight on some steps and strategies that Harley Marine has taken to implement its “green” vision, how its impacted their bottom line and what the company sees for the future.

You can listen to the podcast here.


For the full article and interview with Deborah, see the December 2011 issue of Marine Log.

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$119 million for sub work at Huntington Ingalls

The U.S. Navy recently awarded Huntington Ingalls Inc., Newport News, Va., a $118.98 million modification under a previously awarded contract (N00024-10-C-2102) for engineering, technical, design, configuration management, integrated logistics support, database management,