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ASRY marks anniversary with investment

Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard (ASRY), one of the world’s leading shiprepairers, opened its doors to more than 400 guests, including a group of international journalists earlier this month as part of

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Resolve refloats Puerto Rico dry dock

Resolve Marine Group, Inc. successfully refloated the Perseverance dry dock in San Juan, Puerto Rico on October 27. The dry dock sank on September 29 during maintenance/refit operations. During the sinking, the

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Imtech acquires Canada’s Groupe Techsol Marine

Imtech N.V. reports that it has acquired Canada’s Groupe Techsol Marine. It says that this means that Imtech has now a high-tech marine production site available in Canada and also strengthens Imtech’s

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Corvus lithium battery meets Lloyd’s Register certification

Corvus Energy, Richmond, B.C., Canada, recently announced that its 6.5 kWh lithium-polymer batteries have passed the requirements of Lloyd’s Register Type Approval certification tests. Lloyd’s Register North America, Inc., Houston, Tex., reported

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Keppel Singmarine Brasil lands two contracts

Keppel Singmarine Brasil, Navgantes, Santa Catalina, Brazil, recently won two new construction contracts worth about S$140 million from Brazilian operators. Under the first contract, the new shipyard will build six 45-tonne bollard

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MarAd approves loan guarantee for Brazilian PSVs

U.S. Maritime Administrator David Matsuda announced on April 22 a $241 million Title XI shipbuilding loan guarantee that will clear the way for the Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Panama City, Fla., to build

Power barges installed in Venezuela

Waller Marine, Inc., Houston, Tex., recently announced the successful installation of two floating power generation barges into a prepared basin at Tacoa, Venezuela. The two 171 MW barges, each supporting a GE

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Sinopacific busy on first Chinese-designed export OSV

China’s Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group is busy on a series of offshore vessels for delivery to Paris-headquartered Bourbon under a $1billion framework agreement signed in June, 2010. Significantly, production includes the first Chinese-designed