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AAGE HEMPEL INTERNATIONAL

repair and sales of navigation and communication equipment in Spain, Gibraltar and Morocco.

Aage Hempel Spain

Aage Hempel repair and install navigation, communication and IT & networks equipments. Also we install VDR, AIS and SSAS.

AAGE HEMPEL, MARINE ELECTRONICS

Repair and install naviagation and communication equipments on board vessels.

Alfaship

Ship Agency

AMGM

Marine Assessment , Surveying and Certification

ASCARGO INTERNATIONAL S.L.

HATCH COVER SYSTEMS

asian marine international

supplies from China

ASTANDER S.A.

Two drydocks 230x32m and 160x23,8m; one slipway for 3500DWT vessels; 12 cranes up to 200T lifting capacity; 800m of berths for afloating repairs and tests. All kind of manufactures, specialists and representatives in the area.

BAITRA, S.L.

Wholesalers of marine equipment

BALIÑO S.A.

MARINE PROPULSION TURNKEY SUPPLIER

boa

Offshore

CEMENT BULK HANDLING CORP

shipbroking and trading

CEPSA MARINE FUELS, S.A.

BUNKER PHYSICAL SUPPLIER

CHORRO NAVAL

SURFACE TREATMENT

CHORRO NAVAL, S.L.

surface treatment

Maritime News

Global Fishing Watch, USCG Examine Illegal Fishing

Global Fishing Watch, USCG Examine Illegal Fishing

5 hours ago
Global Fishing Watch is teaming up with the United States Coast Guard Research & Development Center (CG RDC) to conduct research on illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing and share analysis to advance global efforts to improve fisheries management.Global Fishing Watch (https://globalfishingwatch.org) and CG RDC are exploring pathways to collaborate on relevant research activities, such as the establishment of analytical methodologies to evaluate open-source vessel movement data, catch data and satellite imagery, to advance international understanding on IUU fishing and its impacts.
Water Backed Welding & Fixing FPSOs

Water Backed Welding & Fixing FPSOs

7 hours ago
Although MTL has a robust oil and gas heritage, with formidable experience in the global energy marketplace, it also invests heavily in R&D and undertake rigorous testing and research from its base in Kintore, Aberdeenshire.  MTL recognizes the importance of progression and continual improvement for the benefit of the organisation and its staff.  As a young engineer I’ve been afforded the opportunity to see new ways of working develop from the spark of a good idea through rigorous testing and finally to its successful deployment in the field.  The freedom to explore fresh ideas is a compelling opportunity for any ambitious technician.
AET Grows in Brazil

AET Grows in Brazil

7 hours ago
With the ongoing development of deepwater pre-salt plays and a decreased demand on local content in tankers and other vessels, Brazilian national operator Petrobras and other super-majors have been looking abroad for better rates and reliable operators of shuttle tankers. Claudio Paschoa, Maritime Reporter’s correspondent in Brazil spoke to Peter Liew, Global Director – Mid Size Tankers, Crude Shipping, about AET Tankers’ history and its operations in Brazil.AET (formerly American Eagle Tankers) was founded in Houston in 1994 primarily to conduct lightering operations in the Gulf of Mexico.
Outfitting the Modern Workboat

Outfitting the Modern Workboat

10 hours ago
MetalCraft Marine’s 10 Meter Interceptor model is a formidable workboat. Defined by the sum of its myriad parts, it really can be seen that ‘the equipment makes the boat.’ This month, we ask "What's in Your workboat?"In a business where there is rarely any shortage of pretty boats, cutting edge designs and equally impressively performing workboat tonnage, it is also true that the real value to any design is cemented by the very equipment that makes it run. Typically, however, comparing apples to apples when it comes to selecting your next patrol, fire, SAR or pilot boat is almost impossible. Until now.Kick the tires. Pop open the hood. Put this one up on the jacks.
MOL LNG Carrier Rescues Castaway

MOL LNG Carrier Rescues Castaway

22 hours ago
Japan’s Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) revealed that its liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier LNG Fukurokuju has safely rescued a castaway  330km off New Ireland, Papua New Guinea.According to MOL, the crew onboard the 165,134-cbm LNG Fukurokuju, while underway northeast of New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, spotted a castaway who was calling for help at 16:30 (all times in local time) on November 26."The vessel immediately started rescue activities, and rescued him at 18:30 on the same day," it said.