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Marine and Specialty Vehicle Department

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3M Security Protective Window Films / ChuteMaster

Protective Window Films / Air Duct Cleaning

3M Singapore

Marineand Specialty Vehicle Department

3M St. Paul

Marine and Specialty Vehicle Department

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National Industries for the Blind/Skilcraft Brand

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3PS

Wireless Products for all shipboard applications

3PS, Inc.

Wireless Products for all shipboard applications

3SPACE Inc.

Precision Measurement Services Provider

3Wi Technologies

We are a Product Engineering/ Prototyping company offering ECAD and MCAD services.

4D Security Solutions, Inc.

Multi-Sensor Fusion Surveillance System Integrator, providing Command & Control capability and the crisis management functions to the operators

4Energy Invest

Valorisation of biomass

A & B Safe Corporation

Manufacturer of Quality Safes & Insulated Containers

Maritime News

Vancouver: Maritime’s New Home Address

Vancouver: Maritime’s New Home Address

9 hours ago
The Vancouver International Maritime Centre (VIMC) is on a mission to grow the city and port into one of the world’s premiere maritime centers. Maritime Reporter & Engineering News recently spoke with Kaity Arsoniadis-Stein, Executive Director of the newly re-established VIMC, for her insights on the pace and direction of the initiative.   Let’s start out easily. Why Vancouver? Why now? Why Vancouver? Projections and studies indicate that global trade will increase and shift to the Pacific due to the demand of resources by China and India. Canada is a resource rich trading nation that spends billions on infrastructure and corridor initiatives as well as global trade agreements.
Subchapter M Survey Reports

Subchapter M Survey Reports

9 hours ago
The advent of the subchapter M towboat rules – even though the bulk of the rules don’t come into effect until July of 2018 – requires a close look at your equipment. How you go about that important task will make all the difference.   Towing vessels should be surveyed for Subchapter M regulatory compliance, regardless of the compliance option chosen, so companies can budget and plan for upgrades between now and July of 2018. If a company is being proactive and strategic about Subchapter M, the time to start getting vessels surveyed for regulatory compliance is now.
Cyber Vigilance at Sea: The New Norm

Cyber Vigilance at Sea: The New Norm

9 hours ago
The risk of cyber attacks on vessels at sea continues to be significant, and it’s not going away any time soon. Each year, it seems, there are more and more reports of hacks that have resulted in loss of critical data, financial loss or problems with IT systems or shipborne systems functionality. Shipowners have been reluctant to share information on actual or attempted breaches for fear of being identified. However, there’s no shortage of examples of cyber attacks on vessels. Last August, a French naval contractor was hacked, resulting in the leak of more than 22,000 documents detailing the design of a submarine under construction for the Union Navy.
Biofouling Keep Out!

Biofouling Keep Out!

9 hours ago
Biofouling was a backburner issue until 5 March 2017. On that day the Government of New Zealand ordered the bulk carrier DL MARIGOLD out of NZ waters after the vessel’s hull was determined to be excessively fouled with potentially invasive organisms including barnacles and tube worms.    The bulker was not allowed back until it showed that the underwater surfaces had been thoroughly cleaned. This was the first known instance of a vessel expulsion due to biofouling. It was also significant because the NZ regulations – the Craft Risk Management Standard or CRMS – don’t officially enter into effect until May 2018.
Fincantieri Buys Majority Stake in STX France

Fincantieri Buys Majority Stake in STX France

3 days ago
Italian shipbuilding company Fincantieri S.p.A. said it has signed a share purchase agreement for the acquisition of 66.66 percent of the share capital of STX France shipyard from its current shareholder STX Europe AS. The agreement entails a purchase price of €79.5 million ($89 million).   Fincantieri continues to negotiate with the French State for the finalization of the shareholders’ agreement for STX France in accordance with the Heads of Terms signed on April 12.   Based in Saint-Nazaire, on the French Atlantic coast, STX France has approximately 2,600 employees and a network of more than 500 subcontractors. In 2016 it has generated revenues of approximately euro 1.4 billion ($1.