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GEORGE G. SHARP,INC.
NAVAL ARCHITECTS NAD MARINE ENGINEERS
George Sperry Marine Surveys
We provide damage surveys for boats
Geroge G. Sharp, Inc.
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
2nd largest crane in Western Hemisphere, salvage work and repair, barge rentals.
Gladsky Marine/Seacoast Marine Service, Inc.
Marine salvage, marine construction, barge rentals, used industrial marine equipment
Portable Filtration Systems - Filter-Carts Engineered for Oil
Glanon International, Inc.
Portbale Filtration Systems (Filter-Carts) For Oil
Global Communications Solutions
Satellite Communications Company
Global Detection and Reporting
illegal drug trace detection device
Global Energy Recovery Corp.
GLOBAL MARINE UNDERWRITERS BROKERAGE, INC.
MARINE INSURANCE BROKERS
Global Maritime and Transportation School
The Global Maritime and Transportation School (GMATS) is the continuing education division of the United States Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA).
Global Maritime and Transportation School (GMATS)
GMATS offers the most extensive maritime and transportation professional education. Our Mission is to prepare private sector, government and military professionals to be global leaders and innovators.
Goltens New York Corp
Main and Auxiliary Diesel Engine Repairs
Grade A Petroleum Corporation
Great American Insurance Company
Multi line marine specialty insurer
Kongsberg Maritime Unveils Next-gen Offshore Vessel Designs
Norway's Kongsberg Maritime on Tuesday showcased a new line of offshore ship designs in its UT Design portfolio. The new anchor handler (AHT) and platform supply vessels (PSV) have the option to include alternative energy sources and fuels, such as methanol, ammonia, and hybrid-battery power.The AHT and PSV designs have received Approval in Principle from class society DNV to operate with ammonia-fuelled engines and they can incorporate an offshore charging capable plug-in hybrid option, to enable emission-free battery-powered operation.
ONE Takes Delivery of its First 24,000-TEU Ship
Ocean Network Express (ONE) has taken delivery of its first 24,000-TEU container ship, ONE Innovation.The first of six Megamax class vessels, the 400-meter ONE Innovation was delivered by Japan Marine United Corporation’s Kure Shipyard.The vessel has a capacity of up to 24,136 TEU and will help bring economies of scale, says ONE. It features significantly lower carbon emissions through its hull design that aims to maximize cargo intake and minimize fuel consumption. The vessel is equipped with a bow windshield and an exhaust gas cleaning system to meet the emission regulations of IMO.It will be deployed on the Asia to Europe (FE3) service, under THE Alliance (THEA).
Retailers, Manufacturers Urge White House to Mediate in West Coast Ports Labor Dispute
Groups representing major retailers and manufacturers urged the White House on Monday to intervene in contentious West Coast port labor negotiations, citing worries about shipping disruptions during critical holiday shopping seasons.The call came after the largest terminal at Southern California's Port of Long Beach closed on Monday as dock workers rally for better pay. Monday's closure followed similar disruptions on Friday in Oakland, California.More than 22,000 dockworkers at ports stretching from California to Washington state have been working without a contract since July.
Ports in China's Oil Hub Shandong Scrutinizing Old Tankers
Ports in China's Shandong province are demanding more detailed information about oil tankers that are more than 15 years old that call at their terminals, sources with knowledge of the matter said, potentially delaying the unloading of crude shipments in the world's biggest oil importer.Last week, the maritime safety administrations at Qingdao and Rizhao, which covers the oil terminals at the port of Lanshan, notified shipping agencies to submit details on their ships' age, where a ship is flagged, insurance coverage, and any instances where the ship changed its name and ownership in the past 36 months as well as past inspection records
Iranian Boats 'Harass' Merchant Ship in the Strait of Hormuz
U.S. and British naval forces on Sunday came to the aid of a commercial ship that was "harassed" by the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy in the the Strait of Hormuz, the U.S. Navy said.Civilian crew aboard the merchant vessel reported three Iranian fast-attack craft with armed personnel approached and followed their vessel at close distance while it transited the narrow strait. The radio distress call was made at 4:56 p.m. local time.U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS McFaul (DDG 74) and U.K. Royal Navy frigate HMS Lancaster (F 229) both received the distress call, and Lancaster launched a helicopter to provide surveillance. U.S.