Maritime Companies Directory
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- United States (15)
Compressed Air Products Distributor
Air Compressor Distributor
Manufacturer/Distributor of air starters and components. Replacement parts and drives for ASC, I-R, TDI, PowRQuik and other popular brands.
AirBerth - Floating maintenance free boat lifts
Sell floating boat lifts
Distributor of Fluid Power, Automation and Motion Control Products for all Industries
Depth, Speed and Temperature Transducers
Antifouling and antimicrobial products
Leader in vacuum collection systems with complete sytem approach to marine wastewater management.
Service company partnering with municipalities and governmental entities, water and waste treatment utilities, marine, industrial and commercial enterprises to provide vacuum collection systems.
Waste Water Collection & Treatment
An application service provider that specializes in the development of enterprise safety and security software and the management and wireless delivery of visual intelligence including video, audio, and text to mobile devices over any network.
Serves the world-wid defense and aerospace and space electronic embedded computing markets and offers a complete line of industry standard, rugged COTS embedded computing subsystems, modules and programmatic services.
Providing Computer Aided Design services
Marine contracting, operations and installation
Marine Contractor - Dock & Terminal Construction & Repair
Akzo Nobel Polymer Chemicals LLC has initiators for curing thermoset resins, coatings, specialty monomers and resins.
New Construction Shipyard
As autonomy gains a foothold in the maritime world, dredging appears next in line to transition to operations without direct human control.A new design concept unveiled by a prominent Dutch ship design and engineering company aims to deliver major power savings and a larger working window for port maintenance dredging operations.The Autonomous Underwater Maintenance Dredger (AUMD) design developed by C-Job Naval Architects is a completely submerging a dredging vessel specifically created for maintenance in port environments.
Shipbuilder Metal Shark has delivered two new pilot boats to New Orleans-based operator Belle Chasse Marine Transportation, LLC (BCMT).Designed in-house by Metal Shark and built at the company’s Jeanerette, La. production facility, Jet 1 and Jet 2 are 45-foot welded aluminum Defiant-class monohull pilothouse vessels featuring an extensively proven hull design. The vessels feature a unique deck arrangement designed for pilots and customized to meet BCMT’s specific requirements.Both vessels were recently delivered and are now operating on the Mississippi River, providing service to BCMT’s Port of New Orleans clients.
The Coast Guard needs a ship that can do more than just break ice; it needs a multi-mission ship to provide for the nation’s security, asserting its sovereign rights, and protecting its long-term economic interests. That ship is the Polar Security Cutter.Since Russia cashed the check in 1867 for the purchase of Alaska the U.S. has been an Arctic nation. Today, it is one of eight countries that have territorial land or seas above the Arctic Circle or in the polar region (six of those countries have Arctic Ocean coastline or an exclusive economic zone above the Arctic Circle). The U.S. has also conducted significant research activities in the Antarctic region for many years.
South Korea’s leading shipbuilding conglomerate Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) Group has submitted an application to the European Union for approval for its takeover of the compatriot shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME).According a Yonhap report, HHI informed that the submission will be reviewed by anti-trust authorities at the European Commission, expecting the results of their call in 2020.Hyundai Heavy has been taking prerequisite steps since April to apply for the EU’s mergers and acquisitions approval.In March, Hyundai Heavy signed a formal deal, worth an estimated 2 trillion won (US$1.
U.S. federal officials are calling for new safety rules following the fatal sinking of a Missouri amphibious passenger vessel in July 2018.Seventeen of the 31 people aboard the modified WWII DUKW amphibious passenger vessel, or "duck boat", Stretch Duck 7 died, when the vessel sank during a rapidly developing high-wind storm on Table Rock Lake near Branson, Mo.As part of its ongoing investigation into the July 19, 2018 accident, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) issued a marine safety recommendation report on Wednesday that calls upon the U.S.