Maritime Companies Directory

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HarbourTek Communications

Passenger Amenties

HarbourTek Communications Inc.

Passenger amenities for Ferry operators

Harold Marcus Limited

TankTruck Transportation and Spill Response

Hartman Cataloguing, Editing and Indexing Services

Provides database, editing, indexing of reports, etc. for maritime industry and others

Hartman Cataloguing, Editing, Indexing Services

Database management and editing of reports, papers, etc.

Hawboldt Industries

Marine Equipment Manufacturer

Hawboldt Industries (1989) Limited

Manufacturer of Marine Deck Equipment

Hawboldt Industries Limited

Manufacturer of Marine Deck Equipment (winches,windlasses,capstans,haulers) and Propellers

Hawboldt Industries Ltd.

Manufacturer of Marine Deck Equipment (winches, windlasses,propellers, etc.)

Helical Corporation

Hydrographic Software Developer

Hewitt Environmental, Div. of Hewitt (Brockville)

Designer & Fabricator of Marine Debris Skimmer Boats

High Resistant Industrial Coatings B.C. 2001 Ltd

Corrosive and Abration Resistant Coating Systems

Hike Metal Products Ltd.


Hydraulic Systems Ltd

manufacturer, services provider

Hydraulic Systems Ltd.

Hydraulics: Design, Engineering, Consulting and Manufacture of custom Hydraulic Power Units, Hydraulic and Filtration Systems, Control Panels for Offshore Oil&Gas

hydro quebec

electricity production

Maritime News

EU Sanctions Target Russian Gas for the First Time

EU Sanctions Target Russian Gas for the First Time

European Union countries agreed on a 14th package of sanctions against Russia over its war in Ukraine, diplomats said on Thursday, including their first restrictions on Russian gas.The package bans re-exports of Russian liquefied natural gas (LNG) in EU waters but stops short of banning imports as the bloc did in 2022 for Russian seaborne oil. Some EU countries still import pipeline gas from Russia via Ukraine.However, gas market experts say the measure will have little impact as trans-shipments of gas via EU ports to Asia represent only around 10% of total Russian LNG exports.
Rare LNG Carrier Sails Through Red Sea Amid Houthi Attacks

Rare LNG Carrier Sails Through Red Sea Amid Houthi Attacks

The first liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker since January is sailing through the Red Sea, just days after Yemen-based Houthi militants sank their second vessel in attacks begun last November.The vessel, Asya Energy, passed Yemen, travelling through the Bab al-Mandab Strait on Tuesday, shiptracking data from LSEG and Kpler showed, the same week that the second ship believed to have been hit by the militants sank."Asya Energy is the first LNG tanker to sail through the Strait since January, when LNG voyages through the Red Sea were suspended amid repeated rocket attacks," said LSEG analyst Olumide Ajayi.Data showed the ship was carrying cargo, he added.
Hanwha to Acquire Philly Shipyard

Hanwha to Acquire Philly Shipyard

2 days ago
South Korea's Hanwha Group has agreed to acquire U.S. shipbuilder Philly Shipyard in a $100 million cash deal, the companies announced on Thursday.Under the deal, which is expected to close in Q4 2024, Hanwha Systems and Hanwha Ocean will purchase purchase of Philly Shipyard, Inc., the sole operating subsidy of Aker-owned Philly Shipyard ASA, based in Oslo.Kristian Røkke, Chairman of Philly Shipyard ASA, said, “After two decades of stewardship, it is with great honor that we transition the ownership from Aker to Hanwha.
Cruise Ship Rescues 68 Migrants, Five Dead

Cruise Ship Rescues 68 Migrants, Five Dead

2 days ago
A luxury cruise ship has rescued dozens of migrants who were trying to reach the Spanish Canary Islands in a fishing boat that had stalled in rough seas killing five people, Spanish authorities and the cruise operator said on Thursday.The archipelago has become the main point of entry to Spain for illegal migrants from Africa in recent years, and the route is also the deadliest. Migration rights group Walking Borders said last week that nearly 5,000 migrants died at sea on that route in the first five months of 2024.
India Approves $9-billion Port to Boost Trade with Europe

India Approves $9-billion Port to Boost Trade with Europe

3 days ago
India's cabinet approved development on Wednesday of a new deep-water port that the government said will be a crucial part of a plan to connect the Asian country with Europe by sea and rail links through the Middle East.The Vadhavan port will be built on India's western coast, about 150 km (93 miles) from financial capital Mumbai, for 762 billion Indian rupees ($9.14 billion), Information Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw told reporters.The port will include terminals to accommodate "mega vessels" and terminals for petroleum, automobiles and other imports, with annual capacity of 298 million metric tons, Vaishnaw said.