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Electric Propulsion Systems, incuding Azipod Propulsion, Compact Azipod Propulsion and CRP Azipod Propulsion
ATB Coupler manufacturer
Engineering and manufacturing Pushpin(R) - ATB Couplers
Design, marketing and management of manufacturing of solutions for industrial temperature controlling.
NAVAL ARCHITECTS, ICE TECHNOLOGY
Marine door manufacturer
Beconnected provides products, integrated solutions and services that make security, surveillance, monitoring and control functions in various distributed environments more comprehensive, effective and above all cost efficient.
Ship Design Software
Cargotec`s Hiab, Kalmar and MacGregor solutions serve customers wherever cargo is on the move. Cargotec`s global network offers extensive services that ensure continuous and reliable performance of equipment.
Cargotec improves the efficiency of cargo flows by offering handling systems and related services for the loading and unloading of goods. Cargotec’s Hiab, Kalmar and MacGregor solutions serve customers wherever cargo is on the move.
Software and services for composites design
Consulting & Engineering
Evac designs, manufactures and markets en environmentally friendly water collecting and water treatment systems for shipbuilding industry.
certified GRP and gypsum interior details
Turn Key based INTERIOR SOLUTIONS
On February 14, 2018, Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) received Waterways Council, Inc.'s (WCI) 17th Annual Leadership Service Award for his strong and continued leadership on ports and inland waterways issues. He was presented the award by Stephen Little, Chairman of Crounse Corporation. WCI President & CEO Mike Toohey said, “We were honored to have the opportunity to celebrate Senator McConnell, who has been a stalwart advocate for the inland waterways in his state of Kentucky, but throughout the United States.
“The Daisy Mae is the closest you can get to Z-drive maneuverability, without the cost of Z-drive,” maintains her builder Joseph Rodriguez of Rodriguez Ship Building Inc. in Bayou LaBatre, Ala. Rodriguez has designed and built a lot of tugs over the years and doesn’t make this claim lightly. Further more he backs it up with his description of the beamy 82 by 32-foot tug that his yard delivered to Coeymans Marine Towing. This is one of the Carver group companies based at the Port of Coeymans 110 miles up the Columbia River from New York.
Vigor built on its ongoing investments in critical infrastructure in the Puget Sound in 2017 with the $20 million investment in another drydock. At 640 ft. long with a clear width of 116 ft., the new dock will be the third, and largest, at Vigor’s Harbor Island shipyard. The drydock is expected to be operational in early first quarter 2018 and is part of Vigor’s ongoing commitment to make Harbor Island a primary destination for ship repair and conversion on the West Coast for both commercial and government customers. Major repair and conversion projects completed at Vigor’s Harbor Island facility in Seattle in 2017 include a mid-life extension and repower for R/V Thomas G.
Methane Spirit, a liquefied natural gas tanker, said on Thursday it would arrive at Dominion Energy Inc's Cove Point LNG export facility in Maryland around March 31, according to Reuters shipping data. If correct, that could be the first vessel to pick up a cargo from the LNG facility, which Virginia-based Dominion said it expects to enter service in March. Dominion said it planned to spend $4 billion to add export facilities at Cove Point, long an LNG import terminal on the Chesapeake Bay. The Methane Spirit is currently off the coast of Japan where it was expected to drop off a cargo from Australia, according to the shipping data.
What does the future hold for infrastructure investment on the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway in 2018? The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association (AIWA) is a nonprofit, membership organization for one of the nation’s longest water infrastructure projects stretching over 1,100 miles: the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway (AIWW). We are grateful to serve as the one unified Voice of the Waterway and below is our outlook for 2018. In the President’s Budget for 2017, the AIWW began the appropriations process with only $6.911 million for the entire waterway. This amount was $7.02 million less than the final amount appropriated for the waterway in 2016.