Gary E. Hoglund has been appointed senior vice president-finance and administration for Dillingham Maritime. He previously served as vice president-finance for the Seattle-based Foss Launch & Tug Company, a Dillingham company. He has been with Foss since 1970.
Customary within the aviation industry, voyage data recorders (VDR's)or "black boxes" will become a mandatory feature onboard all new vessels beginning July 1, 2002. The new regulation, which was passed by the IMO at a recent meeting, also stipulates that all existing vessels entering U.
EnSolve Biosystems has developed and is offering the PetroLiminator, a biomechanical oily water separator for the marine industry. In fact, the Raleigh, N.C., company was recently presented the Seatrade Award for countering marine and atmospheric
A $31-million maritime office/ restaurant/retail complex on Dodge Island, Miami, Fla., named "A Seamark at the Port," signals a resurgence of Miami's waterfront development and further expansion of the cruise industry. Development by Miami Seaport Partners, Ltd.
The Stanwick merchant ship maintenance system will be installed on four of the largest ships in the world, according to Robert Apple, president of The Stanwick Company Division of The Stanwick C o r p o r a t i o n , Washington, D.C. Exxon International
Pacific Far East Line (PFEL) recently announced the appointment of Ronald C. Rasmus as new senior vice president to manage its New York office. Mr. Rasmus was former Deputy Assistant Administrator for Maritime Aids of the U.S. Maritime Administration.
The Stanwick Corporation's Operations Engineering Division has been awarded a contract by Bulkfleet Marine Corporation to provide an automated maintenance management system for Bulkfleet's two dedicated, deep-notch tug/barge units (DDNTBU) in the 28,
The bid opening date for the Maritime Prepositioning Ship has been extended from November 18, 1980 to January 19, 1981, to permit additional time for the preparation of bids. The Maritime Administration originally extended the invitation for sealed
Following the company strategy to expand its global business, Nauticast's SOLAS Class A AlS-Transponder was recently granted two further regional approvals: The USCG/FCC-approval for the North-American market and the CCS-approval for the emerging market of the Federal Republic of China.
U.S.-flag shipping — on the oceans, the Great Lakes and Inland Waterways — has again proven to be an undisputed leader in world maritime safety. This was evident during the Annual Ship Safety Awards Luncheon, sponsored by the American Institute