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  • The U.S. Coast Guard has approved Sarex oil/water separators to control polluted waters being discharged from shipboard bilges and shoreside stations. Said to be the first such certification issued by the Coast Guard for oil/water separators, it was granted to Separation and Recovery Systems, Inc. of Irvine, Calif.

    Joseph De Franco, president of the company, stated that "the certification was based upon stringent specifications and test requirements for oil/water separators and bilge monitors that were published in the Federal Register in September 1979, and Sarex systems are specifically designed to process dirty water from tankers and other vessels." The U.S. Coast Guard regulations are based on international design and test specifications that have been adopted recently by the I n t e r - G o v e r n m e n t a l Maritime Consultative Organization of the United Nations, of which 102 nations are signatories.

    For further technical information on Sarex oil/water separators, all other Sarex products, and the complete line of anti-pollution systems, write to Eric Nietsch, manager, Pollution Control Division, Argo Marine Systems, 140 Franklin Street, New York, N.Y.

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  • of various conventions which have been adopted by the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization (IMCO), the maritime agency of the United Nations. They will be equipped with protectively located segregated ballast tanks and inert gas systems. The addition of this new tonnage to the company's

  • of various conventions which have been adopted by the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organizations (IMCO), the maritime agency of the United Nations. T h e y will be equipped with protectively located segregated ballast tanks and inert gas systems. The addition of this new tonnage to the

  • the international agreements on tankers and crew standards reached earlier this year at conferences in London, sponsored by agencies of the United Nations. Also to be discussed is the U.S. Coast Guard program for inspection of ships entering U.S. harbors. The speaker will be Capt. John E. DeCarteret

  • registered under the Liberian flag and of shipping in general. It is a member of the International Chamber of Shipping and has observer status at United Nations deliberations on the Law of the Sea and related issues. The Council's membership consists of 62 shipping companies representing slightly over

  • , following its successful launch in Singapore as part of "Marintec Asia 79" in June 1979. The "Inter Island Shipping" series is a planned five-year United Nations ESCAP program to assist in the maritime development of the Asia. Pacific region. The event is cosponsored by the Maritime Industries Authority

  • safely by only one person on the bridge day and night under normal operating conditions - as soon as this has been approved by the IMO, the United Nations' International Maritime Organization. According to the international conventions this has so far only been allowed in the daytime and on approval o

  • of destabilizing shipping rates at will . . ." Mr. Paul reports that the Soviet Union is supporting "proposal by the shipping committee of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (to) prevent most Western shipowners from flying a low-cost flag of convenience by requiring the owner

  • . Gracey, Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard; Arthur Prince, The Salvage Association, London; and Sir Robert Jackson, Undersecretary General of the United Nations. Principal speaker at the dinner on October 2 will be Dr. Francesco Berlingieri, president of Comite Maritime Internationale. Efficient, effective

  • Harbours; SASAR — Singapore Association of Shipbuilders & Repairers; ICHCA — International Cargo Handling Co-ordination Association, and UNESCAP —United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. For further details, write to Marintec Asia 79, 53-55 Chipstead Valley Road, Coulsdon

  • conferences on maritime affairs. He is a member of the Legal Committee of the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization, a United Nations agency situated in London

  • datasets, geospatial data management, spatial analysis, paper, ENC and military chart production, calculating maritime limits and boundaries based on United Nations guidelines, port and waterway engineering and Web mapping and discovery. Through liaisons with the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO)

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    creates a charge at the positive fres have been recorded according to current collector. The electrical current Until recently there were only two the United States Consumer Product then fows from the current collector ways to address a lithium battery fre. Safety Commission. The same commis- through

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    of our ventilator components are product(s) are used in the marine your clients are trying to solve? Most who approach us are familiar sourced from United States companies, industry for engine room ventilation? Products used in engine room ventila- with our product offerings. We have there was minimal

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    not following the normal,” said Humber based in his home town Hull, UK, before moving to Cheesman. “From my experience working ashore in the cruise the United States, holding positions responsible for Nautical line industry and responsible for training, time was a restric- and Marine operations and Training

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    efforts have allegedly been frustrated by shifting Indian gov- break. It imposes physical and mental punishments on the ernment policy regarding its permission for return of Indian seafarers. As they endure this routine, their ability to safely seafarers. It is no wonder that some cruise lines have

  • MR Jul-20#12  with great effciency  The United States recently issued)
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    and mental health sels that call at their ports, loading and and adversely impacts their families back home. unloading cargoes with great effciency The United States recently issued an onerous set of require- and speed. The items manufactured in ments for repatriation of foreign seafarers on cruise ships

  • MR Jul-20#6  port and logistics market for 
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    could effectively energize the offshore en- +44 1892 512777 that has kept some momentum is Offshore ergy, maritime, port and logistics market for United Kingdom Wind Energy. Traditional offshore oil and a generation to come. Paul Barrett Hallmark House, 25 Downham Road, Ramsden gas markets remain

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    and Propulsion system on later this year. It is the ?rst commercial passenger vessel in their vessel Captain Ben Moore to create a new and sustain- the United States to use only fuel cells for power and propul- able form of short sea shipping. The environmentally friendly sion. BAE Systems leveraged more

  • MN Jul-20#27 TRAINING
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    TRAINING A new bill – H.R. 7456 introduced by Congresswoman Sylvia R. Garcia (Texas-29) – aims to make available $200 million in grant funding for community and technical colleges offering training programs for maritime industry professions. “Maritime industry jobs are a critical part of our nation’s

  • MR Jun-20#59 , Plymouth, Devon PL6 6DE United Kingdom ,  SURFACE PREP)
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  • MR Jun-20#53 Ransomware: The IT Danger on the Horizon
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    Ransomware: The IT Danger on the Horizon By Brendan Saunders, Technical Director & Maritime Lead, NCC Group Two decades into the 21st century, level, and many are collaborating on we’re seeing a growing and pernicious defense strategies. The frst pan-U.S. threat to global information security: Maritime

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    treated ballast water within the port. – with expert partners leveraging each essarily requires the industry to navigate Whereas in Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab other’s skills and technology – is the way away from its old operational measures Emirates, above the water line hull clean- forward for an

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    Thomas H. Belknap, Jr. & Lauren B. Wilgus, Blank Rome LLP ust when it was looking like the a consideration of the potential “cumula- ing closely at the United offshore wind industry was finally tive” environmental impact if other off- States as a major new op- about to take off in the United shore windfarms

  • MR Jun-20#39 Global Markets: CoNtaiNersHips
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    Global Markets: CoNtaiNersHips 2020 yearbook Market: Containerships olivia Watkins, Head Cargo analyst, Vessels Value he only orders to be placed since the beginning of the year are from OOCL and Great Horse China for a combi- nation of 7 ULCV’s ranging in size. This is a drop of 86% Tcompared to this

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    u.S. ShIpbuILdINg 2020 yearbook Christopher M. Waaler, VP, Engineering, General Dynamics Bath Iron Works “General Dynamics Bath Iron Works’ cooperative participation in the NSRP program is driven by a respect for the complexity of designing and building ships and the recognition that each shipyard

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    u.S. ShIpbuILdINg 2020 Richard McCreary, VP, Business Development, Vigor yearbook “Vigor has enjoyed participating in NSRP for a number of years and has benefted from many improvements de- rived from past NSRP projects that we have both partici- pated in and have drawn from others. NSRP is a unique,

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    u.S. ShIpbuILdINg 2020 yearbook NSRP & United States Shipbuildng Photo: Huntington Ingalls Industries-Newport News Shipbuilding he National Shipbuilding Re- this impact through collaboration among The U.S. Maritime Administration search Program (NSRP) is a a very diverse set of shipyards, in a neu- used

  • MR Jun-20#25 The Author
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    The Author Buzby Rear Adm. Mark H. Buzby was sworn in as MarAd’s Maritime WELCOME AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Administrator in 2017. the foundations of U.S. maritime policy— the Jones Act, Course Overview Report Cargo Preference, and the Maritime Security Program - will endure. Cargo is always king. That’s why

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    Infrastructure waterways. Congestion on our roads, bridges, railways, and in Workers, so they could keep critical supply lines moving. ports costs the United States as much as $166 billion; trucks Our engagement led to the development and sharing of best account for $20 billion of this cost. By moving

  • MR Jun-20#23  than ever today, as  The United States counts on the tugboat)
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    our nation’s economic, homeland and health and safety risks due to the pandemic. national security well. It is more relevant than ever today, as The United States counts on the tugboat, towboat and barge both the pandemic and the prevailing geopolitical situation un- industry to help drive the economy

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    INSIghtS: amerICaN WaterWayS operatorS 2020 yearbook Business Continuity, Not Business as Usual By Jennifer Carpenter n today’s environment, the overarching challenge for the The state of the industry in this moment can best be captured American tugboat, towboat and barge industry is to con- through the

  • MR Jun-20#21 Ballast Water  
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    Ballast Water Management System Superior reliability, The Author service and performance Calhoun Deb Calhoun is the Interim President/CEO, Waterways Council, Inc. increase investment in the IWTF for priority navigation proj- ects. Currently, inland waterways operators pay the

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    INSIghtS: WaterWayS CouNCIL, INC. 2020 yearbook Advocating for Inland Waterway Funding By Deb Calhoun aterways Council, Inc. (WCI) is the national pub- expected revenues into the IWTF. WCI also urges an increase lic policy organization that advocates for a mod- in overall Corps of Engineers’ Civil Works

  • MR Jun-20#18  percent over  in waters of the United States, effectively creating)
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    year. standards but also the uptake of ballast water and its discharge Limestone was up 9.7 percent over 2018 and 10.2 percent over in waters of the United States, effectively creating an economic the 5-year average. In 2010 and 2011, coal and limestone were disparity favoring Canadian vessels carrying