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A+D Automasjon & Data AS

Environmental Monitoring Systems specialists.

Aalesund University College

University College

Aanderaa Instruments AS

Manufacturer & marketer of Oceano/ Met. sensors and instruments.

Admiral Maritime Electronics AS

Electronic Navigation System Supplier

Alfsen og Gunderson AS

Sales and engineering of maritime dehumidifiers

Alhaug AS

Grating importer

AllMaritim AS

Supplier of Oil Spill Response Equipment

Automasjon og Data as

Manufacturer / Systems integrator

BASS AS

Integrated global fleet management systems provider for planned maintenance, purchasing, crewing and HR, safety & quality, self-assessment, incident reporting, risk management, financials, operations for the maritime and offshore industries.

BASS AS / BASS Sdn Bhd

BASS` software is quite unique in its market place with a complete integrated suite providing ship owners/ managers with help to seamlessly integrate business processes and enhance the sharing of information.

BEME CORROSION INTERNATIONAL AS

World wide producer and supplier of cathodic protection systems. BEME is the only company having patent on anodes for water ballast tanks: NEXT GENERATION TANK ANODES

Beme Corrosion International AS

International manufacturer of cathodic protection.

Bison IBC Norway AS

Stainless steel packaging

Bjorge Steinco Moland AS

Bjorge Steinco Moland As is a part of Bjorge ASA supplying automation system for marine, offshore and land based industry.

Brunvoll AS

Producer of thruster systems for ships

Chriship AS

Port Agents Vesteraalen/Loedingen area, shipowners and ship management

C-MAP

Electronic Chart Supplier

Compact AS

Emergency Food Manufacturer

Maritime News

Tug Explosion Kills Three in Kentucky

2 days ago
A tug boat explosion has left three people dead and numerous others injured on the Tennessee River in Calvert City, Ky. Authorities said the tug was undergoing repair in drydock when an explosion occurred inside the vessel around 9 a.m. on Friday. Three were pronounced dead at the scene and numerous others were transported for injuries that range from non-life threatening to life-threatening. Kentucky State Police said an investigation is ongoing, although there is no early indication of foul play being involved in the explosion. The U. S. Coast Guard is on scene, along with state and local responders.
Magufuli Bans Registration of Foreign Ships in Tanzania

Magufuli Bans Registration of Foreign Ships in Tanzania

2 days ago
Tanzanian President John Magufuli on Friday put a temporary ban on the registration of foreign ships in the country and ordered over 400 vessels to be investigated for allegations of involvement in criminal activity. The ban came after at least five foreign-owned ships flying Tanzania's flag were seized in various parts of the world carrying illegal consignments of weapons and narcotics. The maritime authority in the Indian Ocean archipelago of Zanzibar has in previous years been accused of allowing Iranian and North Korean vessels to use the Tanzanian flag to circumvent United Nations sanctions. Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous territory of Tanzania. "He (Magufuli) issued the instructions ...
Panama Says Sunken Iranian Tanker had Papers in Order

Panama Says Sunken Iranian Tanker had Papers in Order

2 days ago
The Iranian tanker that sank after a collision in the East China Sea, causing the worst oil ship disaster in years, had its paperwork in order, according an initial review by maritime authorities in Panama, whose flag it was sailing under.   The large tanker Sanchi (IMO:9356608) sank on Sunday after crashing into the freighter CF Crystal (IMO:9497050) and drifting ablaze for days. The ship's crew of 30 Iranians and two Bangladeshis are believed to have been killed.   Fernando Solorzano, head of Panama's Merchant Marine, told Reuters there was no initial sign that the stricken ship was in breach of any security protocols.
Capesize Rates Post Biggest Weekly Drop in 2 Years

Capesize Rates Post Biggest Weekly Drop in 2 Years

2 days ago
The Baltic Exchange's main sea freight index fell on Friday and continued to linger around five month lows as the capesize segment recorded its biggest weekly percentage decline in two years.   The overall index, which factors in rates for capesize, panamax, supramax and handysize shipping vessels that ferry dry bulk commodities, shed 14 points, or 1.23 percent, to 1,125 points, the lowest since Aug. 10, 2017.   For the week, the index ended 12 percent lower.   The capesize index fell 118 points, or 7.32 percent, to 1,493 points, its lowest since Aug. 2.   It fell about 35 percent this week, its biggest weekly percentage decline since Jan. 15, 2016.
Royal IHC Launches TSHD Newbuild

Royal IHC Launches TSHD Newbuild

2 days ago
A new multipurpose 5,450m3 trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) was officially named and launched during a ceremony on January 11 at Royal IHC’s shipyard in Krimpen aan den IJssel, The Netherlands. The dredger, named DC Orisant, is being built for a joint venture between Den Herder (Reimerswaal Dredging) and Group de Cloedt and is slated for delivery in mid-2018 for work in the dredging and offshore wind markets. “The DC Orisant is a TSHD with full system redundancy and can perform a wide range of projects. This is due to its integrated design and the high standard of dredging equipment on board,” said Bert den Herder, owner of Reimerswaal Dredging.