Grupo Servicios Maritimos, an Argentinian company with maritime, inland waterways and port activity operations, found excessive tailshaft wear was being experienced on some vessels operating conventional rubber bearings in a mix of
Port Arthur, Texas, based Vessel Repair Shipyard has received a patent (No. 10988210) for the hull of its Pacesetter class push boats. The shipyard notes that the majority of work boats are
Atria Logistics UABL, one of South America’s leading push boat operators, is on its way to completing a fleet-wide retrofit to Thordon’s water lubricated tailshaft and rudder bearings. Atria operates a fleet
The latest newsletter from Coupeville, Wash.-headquartered shipbroker Marcon International Inc. includes an an analysis of the inland river push boat market, based on a longer full market report available from the company.
Baltimore, Md., headquartered Vane Brothers has taken delivery of the Annapolis, the second of four 3,000-horsepower Salisbury Class push tugs under construction for the company by Chesapeake Shipbuilding Shipbuilders and Naval Architects
Spay, Germany, headquartered propulsion specialist Schottel is to supply two rudderpropellers for the innovative push boat Elektra. Currently under construction at the Hermann Barthel shipyard in Derben, Germany, Elektra, will be the
Construction is to start next month on what Berlin, Germany, based port and logistics specialist BEHALA says will be the world’s first zero-emission push boat. The energy supply on the almost 20
Lake Providence, La., headquartered Terral River Service, Inc. reports that the M/V Lena Louise, a boat acquired from Kinder Morgan in 2017 and previously named the M/V Austin Stone, is back in
MARCH 13, 2017— Earlier this month, propulsion specialist Reintjes GmbH opened a new branch office in Paraguay as part of its effort to expand its presence in the Latin American vessel market.
JUNE 15, 2016 —Imperial Shipping, Paraguay, has ordered at the large Dutch Shipbuilder, Veka Shipbuilding BV, two new push boats, the Herkules XVII and Herkules XVIII, for operations on the Parana river,