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Shurite Marine Systems
Engineering & Manufacturing
Custom Fabrication &Liquid Sound Dampening
Satellite & Cellular Communications
We provide turn-key wireless business solutions from cellular to satellite tailored to your business and the way you operate. Our proven services include. GPS Fleet Tracking, Electronic forms, Fleet Dispatch, Intelligent IP Controls, Email & Voice
Slickbar Products Corporation
Manufacturer of High Oil Spill Response Equipment and Vessels
Stafford Marine Service
Marine Surveyors specializing in marine claims
Swift Textile Metalizing LLC
Electrically Conductive Fabrics
Swift Textile Metalizing, LLC
Electrically Conductive, Extremely Flexible Metalized Fabrics, Filaments, Yarns, and Finished Articles ( Hook and Loop Fasteners, Gloves, Tubing, etc. ) for Electromagnetic Interference ( EMI/RFI ) Shielding, Reflection, and Static Control. Wovens,
Times Microwave Systems
Mfg. Shipboard/Offshore Coax Cables
Shipe owner / operator
For more than 40 years, Transcube has provided a comprehensive range of fuel tanks for environmental containment, transportation and deployment of fuel.
Transport Systems and Products, Inc.
Shipyard Transport Equipment
Underwater Construction Corporation
U/W Ship inspection/repairs U/W coatings
Online Resource for the Commercial Diving and Marine Contracting Industries
Strategic Marine Opens New Shipyard in Singapore
Strategic Marine unveiled a new shipyard facility located on JTC’s waterfront site at 5 Benoi Road in western Singapore. The ceremony also saw the delivery of Southeast Asia’s first hybrid crew transfer vessel (CTV), and the unveiling of Strategic Marine’s fourth-generation fast crew boat (FCB).The new facility features a 5,000-DWT dry dock measuring 105m in length, 18.5m in width, and 8m in depth as well as a 6,000 DWT slipway.As part of the opening ceremony, the hybrid CTV, HST Swansea, was delivered to its new owner, UK-based HST Marine, along with its sistervessel, HST Tynemouth. This pair of vessels are the first two of four units ordered by HST Marine earlier this year.
Cargill to Stop Grain Export Activities in Russia
Cargill said on Wednesday it would take a further step back from the Russian market by stopping handling Russian grain from its export terminal from July, although its shipping unit will continue to carry grain from Russian ports.Most international grain traders have stopped new investment in Russia since last year following Moscow's invasion of Ukraine but continued exporting Russian wheat."As grain export-related challenges continue to mount, Cargill will stop elevating Russian grain for export in July 2023 after the completion of the 2022-2023 season," the company said in an emailed statement.Elevating refers to the lifting of grain into export vessels.
Curtin Maritime Names Huit VP of Dredging
Marine transportation and construction services company Curtin Maritime announced John Huit has joined the company as vice president of dredging, responsible for leading the company’s dredging operations, managing the fleet of dredging vessels.Huit brings over 25 years of experience in the maritime construction industry to Curtin Maritime, having spent the last eight years as a senior project manager at Great Lakes Dock & Dredge after holding several management roles with Parsons Water & Infrastructure, Weeks Marine, and Durocher Dock & Dredge.
Saildrone Expands USV Fleet Range
Saildrone announced a new, mid-size class of uncrewed surface vehicles (USVs). The 33-foot (10 m) Voyager is specifically designed for near-shore ocean and lakebed mapping, and to meet the challenges of IUU (illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing), ISR (intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance), law enforcement and maritime safety, drug interdiction, and border and harbor security.Saildrone’s three USV models—the Voyager along with the 23-foot (7 m) Explorer and 65-foot (20 m) Surveyor—have been developed to balance mission payload flexibility and endurance.