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Applied Technology & Management, Inc. (ATM)

Marina & Waterfront Development Consulting

B&R Agencies, Inc.

Steamship Agency

BoatLIFE

Manufacturer

Broke Boats

Marine technical and planning advice guide

BrokeBoats.com

BrokeBoats.com

Captain Daniel Moore Marine Services

We provide electrical services, yacht surveys and delivery to the recreational marine community in Charleston, SC.

Carbis, Inc.

Carbis is the world leader in building customized marine access and bulk loading equiptment. Our systems are engineered and fabricated under one roof at our South Carolina facility.

CESCO

CESCO provides industrial equipment and machinery to industry specializing in abrasive blast and paint spray equipment, blasting media, safety equipment and supplies, air compressors, hydraulic hose and fittings, generators, and pressure washers

Coastal Technologies, Inc.

Manufacturer of gas/liquid separation equipment

Compactors Inc

Providor of volume reduction equipment

Compactors Inc. dba Chicago Trashpacker

Supplier of Volume Reduction Equipment

Maritime News

Singapore's Bunker Market Rallies

Singapore's Bunker Market Rallies

6 hours ago
The Singapore fuel oil market has rallied this week as inventories have dropped at the same time that some supplies in the region do not meet the standards for use as shipping fuel, further reducing the amount of supply available, five trade sources said.Cash premiums for 380-centistoke fuel oil, which is primarily sold for ship fuel, known as bunker fuel, have soared this week to the highest since May 2017. The premium of the prompt-month swap for the fuel over the second-month swap has jumped to the highest since October, underscoring a surge in demand for prompt supply.
Maersk to Trial AI-powered Situational Awareness Technology

Maersk to Trial AI-powered Situational Awareness Technology

9 hours ago
Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk will be the first in the world to trial artificial intelligence (AI) powered perception and situational awareness technology on a containership.Under a deal signed with Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics, Maersk will install computer vision, Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) and perception software aboard one of its new-build Winter Palace ice-class containerships.Sea Machines said its solution uses AI to improve at-sea situational awareness, object identification and tracking capabilities, similar to advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) commonly found in automobiles to alert drivers of roadway hazards and prevent accidents.
Apply Now for the MN 100

Apply Now for the MN 100

9 hours ago
Each year the August edition of Marine News magazine, the leading voice in the North American workboat market, features the very best 100 leaders and innovators, including workboat owners and operators, builders, OEMs and repairers, and product and service providers.This year's MN100 edition application portal is live and open. Participation is free, but to be considered you must apply at http://mn100.maritimemagazine.com/. The deadline is July 5.Contact Joe Keefe with questions at: keefe@marinelink.com.

Cargo Ship Collides with Dock in Rosario

10 hours ago
A cargo ship collided with a dock on the Parana River in Argentina's grains hub of Rosario on Wednesday, causing a slowdown of activity at terminal 6 in the port of General San Martín and raising soymeal prices."The southern pier of terminal 6 is operational, with difficulties on the barge docks due to the blockage caused by the ship that generated the accident," said Guillermo Wade, manager of Argentina's Chamber of Port and Maritime Activity."The north dock of terminal 6 suffered some serious damage. One operator working in the area suffered a minor blow, but nothing serious," Wade said.
Keppel to Deliver SE Asia's First LNG-powered Tug

Keppel to Deliver SE Asia's First LNG-powered Tug

11 hours ago
Singapore-based Keppel Corp said on Wednesday its offshore rig-building unit is on track to deliver in May what the shipbuilder said will be the first tugboat in southeast Asia that can run on liquefied natural gas (LNG). The vessel will be one of seven dual-fuel vessels the company is building, and will be able to run on LNG and diesel, a spokesman for Keppel said, without disclosing how much the ship cost to build. A second dual-fuel LNG tug is due to be delivered by June or July, he said. The introduction of the vessels comes as Singapore's Maritime and Port Authority pushes ahead with an LNG bunkering pilot programme, designed to support the building of LNG-fuelled vessels.