Maritime Companies Directory

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engines inc.

John Deere Engine Distributor

Fiber Glass Systems

Fiberglass Pipe & Fitting Manufacturer

FIBRDOR

Manufacturer of corrosion-resistant, fiberglass doors and frames

FIB-R-DOR

Manufacturer of corrosion-resistant, fiberglass doors and frames

Harris International Labs Inc.

Manufacturer of Evapo-Rust rust remover

IGF, Inc.

supplier of US coast guard approved phenolic pultruded grating 16015, fiberglass molded grating, fiberglass flanges, fiberglass manways, fiberglass couplings, fiberglass ladders, handrails and platforms

International Grating & Flanges

IGF, Inc. own and operates both a grating and a flange factory.

NAMJ

waterjets

North American Marine Jet In.c

Manufacture of Jet Drive propulison equipment

North American Marine Jet Inc.

Manufacture of Jet drive proplusion systems

SeaArk Marine, Inc.

All Welded Aluminum Boat Manufacturer

US Technology Marine Services

New Construction of barges, tugs and vesses up to 600`, Aluminium or Steel

Maritime News

LNG Carrier Sets Northern Sea Route Record

LNG Carrier Sets Northern Sea Route Record

8 hours ago
On August 17, 2017, the Sovcomflot-owned icebreaking liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier Christophe de Margerie completed her first commercial voyage, transporting LNG through the Northern Sea Route (NSR) from Norway to South Korea. During this voyage, the vessel set a new time record for an NSR transit of 6 days 12 hours and 15 minutes. Moreover, Christophe de Margerie has also become the world’s first merchant vessel to travel the full length of the NSR without any icebreaker escort.   During her record-setting voyage, the LNG carrier covered 2,193 nautical miles (4,060 km) from Cape Zhelaniya of the Novaya Zemlya archipelago to Cape Dezhnev at Chukotka
CMA CGM to Build World's Largest Boxships at Chinese Yard

CMA CGM to Build World's Largest Boxships at Chinese Yard

8 hours ago
French shipping group CMA CGM plans to build nine of the world's largest container ships at two Chinese shipyards, the China Daily newspaper reported on Wednesday.   Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co confirmed that it and its sister yard Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co, had received a letter of intent from CMA CGM for the ships, which would be capable of carrying 22,000 20-foot equivalent unit containers (TEU), the newspaper said.   The final order was subject to board approval from both sides, the newspaper said. Both yards are owned by state-run China State Shipbuilding Corporation.   CMA CGM did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
U.S. Navy Relieves Seventh Fleet Commander

U.S. Navy Relieves Seventh Fleet Commander

8 hours ago
Vice Admiral Aucoin relieved of command; Pacific Fleet commander cites "loss of confidence."   The U.S. Navy on Wednesday said it had removed Seventh Fleet Commander Vice Admiral Joseph Aucoin after a series of collisions involving its warships in Asia as the search goes on for 10 sailors missing since the latest mishap.   Aucoin's removal comes after a pre-dawn collision between a guided-missile destroyer and a merchant vessel east of Singapore and Malaysia on Monday, the fourth major incident in the U.S. Pacific Fleet this year.   "Admiral Scott Swift, commander of U.S.
USCG Approves JAX LNG for Ship-to-ship Bunkering

USCG Approves JAX LNG for Ship-to-ship Bunkering

2 days ago
The joint venture between Pivotal LNG and Northstar Midstream, JAX LNG, LLC, has received a Letter of Acceptance (LOA) from the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) for the operation of its waterfront LNG facility and the approval to conduct ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operations with TOTE Maritime’s Marlin Class ships and the LNG barge, Clean Jacksonville.   The expectation is this ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation will commence early in 2018.   In August 2015, JAX LNG and its partner TOTE Maritime received their first LOA from the USCG establishing an industry first landside LNG bunkering facility in the Port of Jacksonville.
Ten Sailors Missing after US Warship, Tanker Collide

Ten Sailors Missing after US Warship, Tanker Collide

2 days ago
Ten U.S. sailors were missing after a collision between a destroyer and a tanker east of Singapore on Monday, the second involving a U.S. warship and a merchant ship in Asia in about two months, triggering a fleet-wide probe of operations and training.   The guided-missile destroyer John S. McCain and the tanker Alnic MC collided while the warship was heading to Singapore for a routine port call. The collision tore a hole in the warship's waterline, flooding compartments that included a crew sleeping area, the U.S. Navy said in a statement.   "Initial reports indicate John S. McCain sustained damage to her port side aft," the Navy said.