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A.S.Thomas Inc.

5-axis Cam software CNC machined parts

Aanderaa Insruments Inc

develops, manufactures and markets oceanographic and meteorological instruments and special systems for collecting environmental data. The products are rugged, reliable and particularly well suited for long-term applications in remote areas.

Aanderaa Instruments Inc

develops, manufactures and markets oceanographic and meteorological instruments and special systems for collecting environmental data. The products are rugged, reliable and particularly well suited for long-term applications in remote areas.

Aanderaa Instruments, Inc.

Oceanographic & Weather Instrumentation Manufacturer

Aaru Pvt Ltd

Bunker Supplier & Port Agent in the Maldives

Accredited & Certified Marine Surveyors

ENGINE SURVEYS. Computer Diagnostic and Compression Testing Gasoline, Diesel; All Make/Model Outboards

Action Bearing Company

Wholesale Distributor

Advanced Maritime Data Systems

Vessel Operations Software for Ships, Tugboats, Ferries, and Workboats

AES Corporation

Alarm Communications Systems and Services

AES-IntelliNet

Operator-owned, long-range radio system for alarm transmission. Each subscriber unit is a transceiver and repeater.

AirQual, Inc.

Antifouling and antimicrobial products

American Detection Technologies, Inc. (AMDETECH)

American Detection Technologies, Inc. (AMDETECH), a homeland security company and national leader in contraband detection services using highly-trained canine teams, provides the most cost-effective and thorough services available today.

American Superconductor

Energy technologies company

Anchor Express

Anchor Express is a leading Internet retailer of marine electronics and GPS equipment

Anchor Group

Training & Consulting Services specializing in Maritime Safety

Andrew Jacobson Marine Antiques

Appraisers, brokers and sellers of fine marine art, scrimshaw and artifacts

ARK Engineering & Technical Services, Inc.

Corrosion Control & Cathodic Protection System Design, Installation, and Testing Services

Maritime News

Canada Gives Lockheed Martin First Chance to Bid on Warships Design

Canada Gives Lockheed Martin First Chance to Bid on Warships Design

2 days ago
The Canadian government on Friday said Lockheed Martin Corp would be given first chance to bid on a contract to design 15 warships that will end up costing Canada around C$60 billion ($46 billion).The ministries of procurement and defense said Ottawa and Irving Shipbuilding, a Canadian firm which will actually build the vessels, had identified Lockheed Martin Canada as the "preferred bidder to provide the design and design team."The ministries said in a joint statement that Lockheed Martin would have to go through a due diligence process before a contract was awarded later this year. It did not say how much the design deal could be worth.
Houston Pilots Withdraw Tariff Adjustment Application

Houston Pilots Withdraw Tariff Adjustment Application

2 days ago
In an unexpected reversal, it has been reported that the Houston Pilots yesterday notified Chairman Janiece Longoria of the Port of Houston Authority that they had withdrawn their latest application for a change in pilotage rates. Beyond this, the pilots requested in their letter dated October 18 that the application be removed from the agenda for the upcoming October 30 Board of Commissioners meeting.Upon being notified of the rate change application in September, no less than 15 shipping companies, many of them top 10 liner companies, wrote to Port of Houston Chairman Janice Longoria to reject the latest call for substantial rate hikes on the Houston Ship Channel. Like any other major U.S.
French Riviera Launches Clean-up As Fuel Spill Reaches Beaches

French Riviera Launches Clean-up As Fuel Spill Reaches Beaches

2 days ago
Some of France's spectacular Riviera beaches have been shut as volunteers with shovels and sacks try to rid the coastline of a thick oily residue that washed ashore after two ships collided off Corsica earlier in October.The clean-up operation is taking place on beaches in the glitzy resort of Saint-Tropez and nearby Ramatuelle, where pristine waters and mountainous backdrops draw tycoons and A-list celebrities."Last year it was forest fires, now the pollution is coming from the sea," said Roland Bruno, mayor of Ramatuelle. "In spite of our misfortune, at least it's happened in October, when the tourist season is behind us.
Ship's Guards Repel Pirate Attack off Somalia Coast

Ship's Guards Repel Pirate Attack off Somalia Coast

2 days ago
Security guards aboard a Hong Kong-flagged cargo ship repelled an attack by pirates in a gunbattle off Somalia's coast this week, the European naval force in the region said on Friday.It was only the second reported attempt by Somali pirates to seize a commercial ship this year, after a resurgence of attacks in 2017 following years of relative calm brought about by regular patrols of the European Union Naval Force (EUNAVOR).On Tuesday, pirates approached and opened fire at the Hong Kong-flagged MV KSL Sydney freighter 340 nautical miles off Somalia, but private security guards aboard the ship acted quickly to foil the attack, EUNAVOR said in a statement.
LNG Investment Set to Grow

LNG Investment Set to Grow

2 days ago
Following years in the pricing doldrums, LNG is hot again, with business prospects for floating production and regasification looking strong through 2023. We talk to Jim McCaul of International Maritime Associates (IMA) for his insights, as he is fresh off of a 12-month stint investigating the market in depth."We wanted to take a fresh look at the market, to identify opportunities both in the production and regassification of LNG" is how McCaul, founder of IMA, best describes his team’s 12-month effort to study and report on the industry. The culmination is a 150+ page study published by World Energy Reports, as well as a live 24/7/365 database of information that is available for purchase.