Maritime Companies Directory

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SimplexGrinnell/Tyco Fire and Security

World`s largest fire and security company

Simrad Inc.

Marine Electronic Manufacturer

SOTEC Fire Protection Systems

SOTEC is a full-scale service fire protection company. We provide engineered fire protection systems and equipment in the marine, offshore and industrial sectors.

Sotec, LLC

Fire Protection Systems & Equipment


System/Equipment Sales and Service in the U.S. marine and offshore industries

Southeast LA. Marine Surveying, LLC

Matine Surveying & Damage

StPierre`s Tugs

Luger tugs

Success Now

Providing practical, eye-opening, cost-effective supervisory training, motivational programs, facilitation, and one-on-one coaching unique to your company`s needs

Success NOW!

Providing the know-how, the resources, and the encouragement to help your people work better together, create a more positive environment, land the work you love, or get whatever you REALLY want, not what you think you want!

T.A.P.S. International, Inc.

We are a professional organization comprised of current and former Military & Law Enforcement Officers providing Executive Protection,Security for Special Events/Productions, Energy Facilities, Pipelines/Storage Facilities and Maritime Security.

Taylortec, Inc.

Marine Safety Equipment Manufacturer

TBS Adjusting, Inc.

maritime and oil pollution claims handling

Techcrane Global Corporation

Manufacture and Sales of Marine Cranes

Technolgy Associates, Inc

Naval Arhitecture Marine Engineering and Computer Nest Tapes

Technology Associates, Inc

Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Maritime News

INSIGHTS: Michael G. Johnson

INSIGHTS: Michael G. Johnson

11 hours ago
Sea Machines Robotics CEO & President.Michael Gordon Johnson is a marine engineer, an accomplished entrepreneur and sector leader with a primary goal of building progressive and sustainable innovation for modern society. He is the founder of Sea Machines, a Boston-based tech company that is a leading provider of autonomous control and intelligent perception systems for marine vessels. Johnson earned a marine engineering degree from Texas A&M University before starting a career focused on complex projects in offshore oil and gas, marine transportation and salvage. Prior to starting Sea Machines, he was a vice president at Crowley Maritime Corp. and their affiliate company, TITAN Salvage.
SHORTSEA SHIPPING: All the Right Moves (Finally)

SHORTSEA SHIPPING: All the Right Moves (Finally)

3 days ago
Marine Highways Gain Traction in the Intermodal Supply Chain.In the United States, landside infrastructure is at a crisis point. Congestion at the big hub ports, exacerbated by imperfect intermodal interfaces with surface transport serving cargo hinterlands is at the heart of the matter. As politicians bicker over a possible infrastructure package, the Highway Trust Fund, funded by taxes on gasoline and diesel fuel, has continued its downward journey towards further deficits (now $144 billion). And, where countless U.S. ports have reported record TEU volumes, an October 2018 report by the American Transportation Research Institute pegged the annual cost of congestion to the U.S.
Iranian Tanker Hit by Missiles, Oil Rises

Iranian Tanker Hit by Missiles, Oil Rises

3 days ago
Oil prices jumped more than 2% on Friday, October 11, 2019, after Iranian media said a state-owned oil tanker had been struck by missiles in the Red Sea near Saudi Arabia, raising the prospect of supply disruptions weeks after attacks on Saudi oil plants.The Suezmax crude tanker Sabiti was ablaze and suffered heavy damage after being hit by two missiles, Iranian media reported.Both oil benchmarks recorded their biggest daily rise since Sept. 16, the first trading day after the attacks on Saudi installations pushed oil prices up around 20%.International benchmark Brent crude futures were up$1.39, or around 2.4%, at $60.49 a barrel by 0829 GMT.U.S.
Autonomous Ships, Opportunities & Challenges

Autonomous Ships, Opportunities & Challenges

4 days ago
Maritime autonomous surface ship (“MASS”) technology continues to advance at a rapid pace around the globe. Although it’s not being embraced as quickly in the United States commercial market as other parts of the world, U.S. industry professionals and regulators look forward to continued development and implementation as a means to improve efficiency and safety.OpportunitiesThe U.S. Maritime Administration (“MARAD”) hosted “Achieving Critical MASS: Spotlight on the U.S. Vessel Automation Industry” July 22 and 23, 2019, encouraging discussion between U.S. industry leaders and automation technology providers.
Interview: Martin Kits van Heyningen, CEO, KVH

Interview: Martin Kits van Heyningen, CEO, KVH

4 days ago
Connectivity is the backbone of modern maritime operations as ships and boats at sea increasingly become connected. We recently met with Martin Kits van Heyningen, CEO, KVH, to discuss the evolution of communication in the maritime sector and so much more, as KVH is diverse and engaged in a number of markets -- including autonomy for 10 years with work on about 30 different  platforms for self-driving vehicles.To start, give us a “State of KVH” today.We started originally in the leisure market, and we have about 85% market share for leisure and small craft, but over the last 10 years the business has been dominated by the commercial market.