Maritime Companies Directory

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Ballast Technologies, Inc.

Permanent Ballast Supply and Installation in Vessels and Offshore Spars.


Manufacturer of security fasteners


CHLOR*RID International, Inc. is the world’s leading source of products and information for soluble salt testing and soluble salt removal. The CHLOR*RID line is used by ships, state highways, bridges, railroads, aircraft, dams, tanks and labs.

Firetrace International

Fire protection

Government Liquidation

Military surplus once the property of the US Armed Forces available through internet auctions.

International Electronic Protection Ltd.

Surveillance & Security Sales & Installation.

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Lights Camera Action, LLC

A lighting, camera and accessory equipment provider specializing in underwater & hazardous environments.


Design, manufacture, and sell marine electronics compatible with NMEA 2000 technology

Maretron LLC



Medical Advisory Systems (MAS) has been providing remote-based medical advice, pharmaceuticals and other services to the commercial shipping industry since 1982. In 2004, MAS became a service of MedAire, Inc.

Provide Solutions LLC

3D Laser Scanning and imaging Services


Manufacturer of equipment for tracking underwater animals and equipment marking.


World Communications Center (WCC) is a leading provider of global satellite voice and data communications including their SSAS solution "MariTrack ", as well as Iridium telephones, pagers, data capabilities, satellite broadband and service.
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Maritime News

IMO Adopts Tougher Resolution to Tackle Illicit 'Shadow' Fleet

IMO Adopts Tougher Resolution to Tackle Illicit 'Shadow' Fleet

8 hours ago
The United Nations' shipping agency on Wednesday adopted a resolution targeting illicit shipping practices from the so-called unregulated "shadow fleet" in an effort to clamp down on unsafe activities at sea.There are hundreds of ageing oil tankers that form part of a parallel fleet of vessels transporting oil including for Russia, which has been hit by Western sanctions but also the enforcement of Group of Seven regulation that caps the price of Moscow's oil exports at $60 with penalties imposed on those that ship above that price.Iran, which has also been struggling with separate sanctions in recent years, has also turned to such ships to export its oil, sources have said.
Containership Strikes Floating Bridge in the Suez Canal

Containership Strikes Floating Bridge in the Suez Canal

10 hours ago
A container ship collided with a floating bridge in the eastern lane of the Suez Canal on Wednesday but the passage of ships through the waterway was not interrupted, the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) said.Tugboats helped the One Orpheus after it suffered a fault with its rudder while transiting the canal on its way from Singapore to the Netherlands, the authority said in a statement.The incident occurred in the eastern lane of the middle section of the canal, built as an expansion that was completed in 2015.
Wärtsilä to Roll Out Four More Methanol Engines

Wärtsilä to Roll Out Four More Methanol Engines

11 hours ago
Technology group Wärtsilä said it plans to introduce another four methanol engines to its portfolio. In addition to the Wärtsilä 32 methanol engine launched last year, Wärtsilä will add the Wärtsilä 20, Wärtsilä 31, Wärtsilä 46F and Wärtsilä 46TS, available for deliveries at different points from 2025 onward.Methanol is one of the primary alternative fuel choices for the shipping industry to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050. 'Green' methanol can be produced using renewable energy sources and carbon capture technology, making it a sustainable and carbon-neutral option.
Sails and Satellite Navigation Could Cut Shipping Industry’s Emissions By Up to a Third

Sails and Satellite Navigation Could Cut Shipping Industry’s Emissions By Up to a Third

2 days ago
In the vast expanse of the world’s oceans, a transformation is underway.The international shipping sector, made up of thousands of massive cargo ships laden with many of the goods we buy, emits carbon dioxide (CO₂) roughly equivalent to the entire country of Germany.Our research emphasises the need for immediate action. Reducing shipping emissions by 34% by 2030 is necessary to stay on course with the Paris Agreement’s 1.5°C goal. But with low-carbon fuel pipelines unlikely to be available at the necessary scale until at least the 2030s, how can the industry meet its short-term target?Enter a new solution with ancient origins: sails.
Seaspan Enters Car Carrier Segment in Order with Glovis

Seaspan Enters Car Carrier Segment in Order with Glovis

2 days ago
Containerships owner/operator Seaspan Corporation signaled its entry into the car carrier segment in confirming a deal to order a series of new pure car and truck carriers (PCTC) in partnership with Hyundai Glovis (Glovis).The 10,800 CEU are the largest PCTCs under development to date. They will be dual-fuel liquefied natural gas (LNG), as well as ammonia-and methanol-ready.Seaspan said it negotiated the purchase from Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding, a China State Shipbuilding Corporation shipyard. Upon delivery, the vessels will operate under long-term time charter, Seaspan said.