Maritime Companies Directory
COUNSELLORS AT LAW AND PROCTORS IN ADMIRALTY
Specialist in Maritime Law
Business Development Consulting for the Global Marine Technology Industry
Material Science & Engineering
TSS (International) Ltd. has a century of experience in marine navigation, gyrocompasses and steering controls. This is combined with a range of high-tech, accurate sensors for heading and motion measurement, and subsea pipe and cable survey and dete
UFP Technologies is an innovative designer and custom converter of foam, plastics and natural fiber products
vacuum packaging chamber sealing machines
VISTAGY develops software that integrates with CAD systems to create specialized engineering environments.
VISTAGY is a leading global provider of specialized engineering software that helps boatbuilding engineers more efficiently design and manufacture marine parts made of advanced composite materials.
NAVAL ARCHITECTS AND MARINE ENGINEERS
Marine/vessel services company, mobil fuel polishing/tank cleaning.
Importer of all types of chain and anchors; cast steel bollards, chocks and cleats; shackles, thimbles and turnbuckles; blocks, wire rope and wire rope clips.
Whitmor is a Design and Manufacturer of Control and Power Distribution Systems . Specializing in Marine and Miltary ruggedized systems, automation , Telecontrol, Motor Control and Drive Systems .
Ocean Tug And Barge Brokers
Maine/Yacht Surveyors, Construction/Refit Managers
The latest lifeboat to join the fleet of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, the main sea rescue service in the UK and Ireland, is the waterjet-propelled Shannon class, which the organization says is its most agile and maneuverable all-weather lifeboat yet to be deployed. Designed entirely in-house by RNLI engineers, cutting-edge technology has been used in this new boat to meet modern-day rescue service demands following the lead taken with the RNLI’s introduction of the Shannon’s sister lifeboat class, the Tamar, in 2005.In 2013, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution introduced the Shannon class lifeboat to meet the modern-day demands facing a sea rescue service.
The guided-missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald launched from dry dock and is moored pier-side in Mississippi, a step closer to being fully repaired after a 2017 collision that left seven sailors dead, the Navy said.The U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command says the USS Fitzgerald launched out of a dry dock Tuesday at Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula, Mississippi. The Fitzgerald moored alongside a pier for work that Rear Adm. Jim Downey says will now include testing and outfitting.The ship arrived in Pascagoula on board a heavy lift ship on January 19, 2018, after sustaining extensive damage in a collision with the containership ACX Crystal on June 17, 2017.
The Dubai-based Tristar Group announced that it has signed firm contracts for six new build 25,000 MT DWT, IMO Type 2 Oil and Chemical Tankers with South Korea shipbuilder, Hyundai Mipo Dockyard.The vessels will be delivered between the middle of May 2020 till the first week of January 2021, said a press release from the fully integrated liquid logistics solutions provider.The vessels have been ordered on the back of long-term charter contracts with oil major Shell.“Our business model will continue to be built around the needs of customers and we are confident that if we continue to offer best in class services at competitive pricing there will be immense opportunity to leverage the brand
“A new industry is being established in New York, with the primary stimulus being a state-driven procurement process.”New York State Public Service Commission (PSC), July 12, 2018.To a great extent, this PSC comment provides direct insight into the dynamics behind New York’s pace-setting moves to establish offshore wind. First, this new energy development is deliberate – not left to chance or laissez faire markets. Second, state officials are in control, from choosing a contractor to securing money for payment. Third, state utility commissions act on projects.
Moose Boats rises to the challenge of building its biggest vessel ever. That’s an important step forward for this growing California shipyard. Equally impressive is what’s inside that rapidly developing hull and why those features were chosen.The U.S. boatbuilding scene is a changing landscape of waterfront manufacturing that constantly evolves to meet the inevitable peaks and valleys of demand. Nowhere is that reality more apparent than at California-based Moose Boats. In October 2016, Lind Marine announced the acquisition of Moose Boats.