People & Company News
Thomas Ward has been named a Senior Maritime Planner in the San Francisco office of Parsons Brinckerhoff, a global infrastructure strategic consulting, engineering,
ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, won orders worth $180 million in 2013 to deliver complete electrical power plants and propulsion systems
The Norwegian firm OceanSaver, a provider of ballast water treatment (BWT) systems for medium and large vessels, has just marked its 10th birthday with the news
Kvaerner sells its onshore construction business in North America to Matrix Service Company for an enterprise value of $80.3 million. The divestment enables Kvaerner
The European Union will support with €3.6 million from the TEN-T Program a series of studies preparing for the upgrade of the infrastructure in the Swedish Port of Luleå.
Farris Engineering, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright Flow Control, announced it has entered into an agreement with marine valve sales and service company JA Mood,.
The Swedish Club Academy is celebrating 20 years of Maritime Resource Management (MRM), a spin off from the Bridge Resource Management (BRM), which aims to reduce
Jee Ltd., an independent multidiscipline subsea engineering and training company, has appointed Michael Green as a new Business Development Manager to join the growing business development team.
In the operation and development of a sour gas field, a key challenge is ensuring the process safety and integrity of the asset and, most importantly, the safety
The CMA CGM Group announced the reshuffling of its services from Europe and Med to West Africa which will allow the Group to adapt to the market and serve the heart
Freight Management specialist Geodis Wilson has announced the appointment of Dean Devasia as Global Chief Information Officer (CIO).
He will also join the Freight Management Board.
Ince & Co’s London-based commodities, shipping and commercial disputes specialist Stuart Shepherd has succeeded Steven Fox as the firm’s Global Head of Trade. After 33 years at the firm,
Videotel has been granted MCA approval on a new training suite designed to meet the forthcoming STCW rules on Ship Security Training.
From January 1, 2014, security
TGS say they have commenced acquisition of a 3D multi-client seismic survey covering 2,022 km2 offshore Benin, West Africa.
"The BR-13 survey will be TGS' second 3D survey in Benin,
Pod propulsion system Azipod® was the propulsion system of choice for 6 new cruise liners in 2013, say manufacturers, ABB.
The company won orders worth $180 million
In the marine world, natal philopatry (animals returning to their own birthplace to give birth to their young) has been documented in salmon, seals, and some sea turtles; but for the first time,
Vietnamese authorities have concluded that a collision between a Singaporean container ship and a local fishing boat that killed eight people in September, 2013,
Ministers from 159 countries have reached agreement on a deal intended to boost global trade at a meeting in Bali, Indonesia. The World Trade Organization's (WTO)
Kuwait Oil Tanker Company (KOTC) has put into service a new VLCC and named another as part of a strategy aimed at increasing its tankship fleet to 30 by the end of 2014,
The missile range instrumentation ship 'USNS Howard O. Lorenzen' (T-AGM 25) successfully completed its final contract trials (FCT) in San Diego.
FCTs, run by the