To strengthen its service capabilities to shipowners the world over, Hitachi Zosen has recently established a Ship Conversion Planning Department as part of the Administration Division of the Shipbuilding Headquarters. The new department began operations on April 1, 1977.
The horrific attacks on 9-11. and the subsequent increase in maritime security required to protect against asymmetric maritime attacks, has dramatically changed the U. S. Coast Guard. They have changed the service's emphasis on port security as
Marine history was again made in the Port of New Orleans recently when the two new 95-foot oceangoing tugs built by Equitable Shipyards, Inc. of New Orleans, La., were loaded aboard the clipper ship Dolly Turman. It is believed that the tugs Selat Laut
The Bollore Maritime Division (BMD) is investing $5 million in a new software management system called iQ-Ship. As a group company OT Africa Line (OTAL) will benefit from this system, which is designed to enhance the quality of service provided to its customers worldwide.
CDI Marine Company announces the recent award of two major contracts to supply design services to the U.S. Navy. The first is a $1.3-million, one-year contract to provide design and engineering support for Navy surface ships to Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Jacksonville, Fla.
Hepworth Marine, which now encompasses Wynn Marine, has reported excellent order results from SMM 2004. This was the first time the two companies shared stand space at a marine exhibition since they merged in June 2004. "SMM was the perfect venue
Last month, RealMarine Solutions, consist ing of the Wallem Group and Drew Marine, unveiled Total Procurement Solutions (TPS), a low-bandwidth, shipboard electronic procurement system. In effect, TPS is the commercial version of Wallem's in-house procurement system,
For more than 50 years BollFilter has sought to design, manufacture and deliver advanced filtration technology, specializing in filtration technology for shipbuilding and engine-building. Founded in 1950 by Messrs. Boll and Kirch in Cologne in the wake of World War II,
International Paint Company, New York, N.Y., has announced that the International Paint Group, the world's largest marine coatings manufacturers, has entered into a technical and commercial agreement for marine paint with the Nippon Paint Company of Osaka,
BP North America Petroleum, Inc. (BPNAP) Marine Lubricants has announced it has moved its headquarters to new offices in Iselin, N.J. The staff located at the new facilities includes Richard J. Bogash, manager, marine lubricants-USA; Joseph W.