Maritime Companies Directory

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Dolphin Marine International

Offshore, Rig and Construction Towing

Double Eagle Marine L.L.C.

Provides inland and offshore towing service

Dredge Brokers LLC

Marine Broker

Dredging Supply Company, Inc.

"The World`s Leader in Portable Dredges"

Dreyfus Cortney Lowery Rigging & Mooring Center

Full Service rigging and mooring company

Dreyfus-Cortney-Lowery Rigging & Mooring

Rigging, Mooring & Marine Supplies

Dufour, Laskay& Strouse, Inc.

Marine Surveying worldwide: hull, machinery, cargo & appraisals

Eagle Industrial Equipment

supplier Coatings & Corrosion Control equipment and application of coatong services

Eagle Maritime Photography

Maritime Photography


freight forwarder,logistics provider and express deliveries

electronic services,inc.

marine electronics sales & service

EMI (Engine Monitor Inc)

Marine Equipment Manufacturer

Energy Pipe & Supply, Inc

Distributor of Pipe, Valves, & Fittings

Maritime News

Future Prospects of Shipping COVID-19 Vaccines by Sea

Future Prospects of Shipping COVID-19 Vaccines by Sea

22 hours ago
The lucrative prospect of transporting COVID-19 vaccines by sea has intensified the spotlight on the maritime industry’s cold supply chain and its ability to carry high-value pharmaceuticals.At present, speed to market is critical to stemming the spread of the pandemic, so the vaccines are being shipped by air to international destinations. Delivering them by sea is a longer-term strategy; certainly, the present urgency would have to calm considerably before enough confidence could be built to support delivery times in weeks, rather than hours.
Corpus Christi Maintenance Weighs on US LNG Exports

Corpus Christi Maintenance Weighs on US LNG Exports

2 days ago
The amount of natural gas flowing to U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) export plants fell to a one-month low on Thursday due to planned work at Cheniere Energy Inc's Corpus Christi in Texas, according to analysts and Refinitiv.Traders noted LNG feedgas could fall even further next week when Cameron LNG shuts a liquefaction train at its Louisiana plant for planned work.Cameron LNG said it "has scheduled maintenance on one of the liquefaction trains next week. Normal production levels are expected when the work is completed within a day or so."LNG feedgas dropped to 9.7 billion cubic feet per day (bcfd) on Thursday, according to Refinitiv data, its lowest since March 9 when U.S.
Sanmar Delivers Two Line-handling Pusher Crafts to Scottish Operator

Sanmar Delivers Two Line-handling Pusher Crafts to Scottish Operator

2 days ago
Turkey-based Sanmar Shipyards delivered two line-handling pusher crafts to Scotland-based Targe Towing for operations at the Hound Point oil export terminal on the Firth of Forth.Targe has provided services for Ineos at Hound Point, Scotland’s largest oil export terminal, for almost 30 years and the main task of the new additions to its fleet will be line handling operations assisting the berthing of large crude oil tankers up to VLCC. They will also support pollution response and safety patrols’ and will transport crews and light stores to and from the terminal.The Iyidere series are based on the RAmbler 1200 design from Canada-based naval architects Robert Allan Ltd.
IMO Honors 'Exceptional Maritime People'

IMO Honors 'Exceptional Maritime People'

2 days ago
The International Maritime Organization has recognized the contributions of a long-standing maritime industry chief and has presented its highest bravery accolade to two maritime pilots from Brazil and an off-duty seafarer from the Philippines.The event, which premiered on April 7, saw Peter Hinchliffe, former Secretary-General, International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), receive the prestigious International Maritime Prize for 2019.The 2020 IMO Awards for Exceptional Bravery at Sea were awarded to Marcio Santos Teixeira and Fabio Rodrigues Alves de Abreu (Brazil)
Port of Gulfport Names Nass CEO

Port of Gulfport Names Nass CEO

2 days ago
The Mississippi State Port Authority (MSPA) Board of Commissioners has named Jon Nass the new CEO and executive director of the Port of Gulfport, following a national search led by Tim McNamara, head of Odgers Berndtson’s Transportation and Infrastructure Practice in Washington, D.C. His tentative start date is June 1.“After nearly an eight-month process, the MSPA Commission is very pleased to announce we have selected a new executive director to lead the Port of Gulfport team,” said MSPA President E.J. Roberts. “Jon’s extensive background includes port management, economic development, homeland security and policy advising, making him an ideal candidate to lead our state port.