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SEALAND POWER INDUSTRIES, INC.

wholesale distributors

Sensor Products LLC

US-based Sensor Products LLC is a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of tactile pressure sensing solutions. Their sensors are used in applications as diverse as tire testing to semiconductor manufacturing to R&D labs to space missions.

Simplex Americas LLC

Propulsion Equipment, Service, Engineering

Smiths Detection

Smiths Detection offers advanced security solutions in civil and military markets worldwide, developing and manufacturing government-regulated technology products that identify explosives, chemical and biological agents, weapons, and contraband.

Smiths Detection North America

Smiths Detection manufactures technologically advanced security solutions to detect and identify explosives, chemical and biological agents, weapons, and contraband, plus specialist applications for life sciences and food manufacturing industries.

STANDARD STEAM WINCH COMPANY,INC.

SALES & REPAIR DECK EQUIPMENT

StcExpo,LLC.

An online desktop transportation tradeshow for Maritime manufacturers and service providers

STEIMLING & SON

ABS APPROVED JOB SHOP FOR FABRICATION ,REPAIR AND CLADDING TAILSHAFTS. FABRICATION AND REPAIR OF RELATED MECHANICAL COMPONENTS

Synthetic Surfaces, Inc.

Manufacturer of specialty marine adhesives

Tacatical Defense Concepts

Maritime Security Awareness and Training

Tactical Defense Concepts

Maritime Security Awareness and Training

Tactical Defense Concepts, LLC

Maritime Security Training and Compliance

Tech-Lube Wholesale

Factory rep & distributor of DE-OIl-IT water-based, non toxic cleaner/degreaser for grease, fuel and oil spills and stains.

Telaurus Communications LLC

Communication service provider

The Viking Yacht Company

Yacht Builder

Topgallant, Inc.

Topgallant offers cost-effective marketing & sales help for:Companies new to the marine market.Marine companies now entering or increasing their presence in the US market.Traditional marine companies moving in new directions or reinventing itself.

Maritime News

Most NY Waterway Ferries Back in Service

Most NY Waterway Ferries Back in Service

18 hours ago
The majority of NY Waterway ferries taken out of service for safety violations last month have returned to regular operations, the U.S. Coast Guard said.On November 24, the Coast Guard revealed that Sector New York marine inspectors determined that 23 of NY Waterway's 32 ferries had damage or discrepancies significant enough to warrant a suspension of service. Findings included inoperable fixed fire extinguishing systems and bilge alarms; expired lifesaving equipment; and structural damage affecting watertight integrity.
Golden Ray: Lightering of Fuel Completed

Golden Ray: Lightering of Fuel Completed

22 hours ago
The a unified command team has completed the oil pumping of all accessible tanks from the M/V Golden Ray, a roll-on, roll-off car carrier that overturned near the Port of Brunswick in Georgia in September, the U.S. Coast Guard said.Salvage workers and divers gained access to 26 fuel tanks inside the Golden Ray, some of which were submerged and could only be reached by rappelling and conducting dive operations inside the wreck. Fuel was pumped from the tanks into a barge for proper disposal. The interior of the tanks were then washed with steam to remove residual fuel, which was collected and transferred into containers. More than 320,000 gallons of oil and water mixture were removed.
Offshore Wind: Decisions Needed Sooner, not Later

Offshore Wind: Decisions Needed Sooner, not Later

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On September 26, the State University of New York Maritime College hosted a conference on the emerging east coast offshore wind industry.  “Offshore Wind Power, Planning for America’s Ocean Energy” focused on four fundamental topics:• East Coast Wind Farm Overview – Status of the Industry.• Jobs and Supply Chain Technical Working Group.• Wind Farm Port Development.• Offshore Wind Maritime Operations.In some ways, actually clocking in for a day’s work on an offshore wind turbine is tantalizingly close.  Ditto for power flowing from an offshore substation to a mainland interconnection.
U.S., China Reach Trade Deal 'in principle'

U.S., China Reach Trade Deal 'in principle'

2 days ago
The White House has reached a "deal in principle" with Beijing to resolve the 17-month U.S.-China trade war, according to a source briefed on the trade talks.The White House was expected to make an announcement later on Thursday, the source said."The written agreement is still being formulated, but they have reached an agreement in principle," the source said. No details were immediately available.In an attempt to secure a "phase one" trade deal, U.S. negotiators offered to cut existing tariffs on Chinese goods by as much as 50% and suspend new tariffs that were scheduled to go into effect on Sunday, two people familiar with the negotiations said earlier on Thursday.The U.S.
KHI Intros World's First Liquefied Hydrogen Carrier

KHI Intros World's First Liquefied Hydrogen Carrier

2 days ago
The world’s first liquefied hydrogen carrier, built to ship large quantities cryogenically frozen H2 internationally, was launched by Japan's Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) at it's Kobe Works yard.The Suiso Frontier (‘suiso’ means ‘hydrogen’ in Japanese) will play a key role in the Shell-backed HySTRA demonstration project (CO2-free Hydrogen Energy Supply-Chain Technology Research Association), which will see large quantities of H2 produced from brown coal in Australia and then shipped 9,000km to the city of Kobe in Japan.