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Size Matters

The bunker industry is changing. Bunker buyers want bigger stems, broader choice of grades, more delivery locations, higher standards, additional services, and consistency. Port authorities also want consistency, along with no pollution, more monitoring,

 

McLean Urges American Shipping Community To Remain Competitive

America took the lead with containerization, and should retain that lead; this success is dependent upon the U.S. retaining its competitiveness in world markets. These were the thoughts of Malcom P. McLean, the founder of oceangoing containerization,

When the Clock Strikes Midnight

Coast Guard Atlantic Area includes five Coast Guard Districts spanning 14 million square miles and involves 30,000 personnel. Captain John E. Schrinner discusses his philosophy on making it run smoothly. When the clock strikes midnight June 30, 2004,

Navy League Comes to NY for Centennial Celebration

More than 600 Navy Leaguers from around the world will be in New York City from June 28 to July 2, 2002, attending the organization's national convention and celebrating the Centennial of the Navy League of the United States (NLUS). The Navy League

American President Lines Names Capt. E.J. McClafferty

American President Lines has named Capt. E.J. McClafferty as managing director- Southwest region. Concurrently, the company announces the appointment of Nassef Z. Kourey as director of marketing-Southwest region. A 16-year veteran of terminal, traffic and vessel operations management at APL,

Thordon Makes Inroads With COMPAC Shaft Bearing

Thordon Bearings has supplied its COMPAC water lubricated propeller shaft bearing systems for various commercial newbuild and conversion vessels. Known as the company's high performance water lubricated bearing system for blue water operation, COMPAC

Glacier Metal Details Line Of Ship Bearings

The Glacier Metal Company Limited of Middlesex, England, was founded by a U.S. citizen over 75 years ago. During the intervening period, the firm has become one of the world's leaders in plain bearing technology, and manufactures bearings and

3 New Reports Now Available From Ship Structure Committee

The Ship Structure Committee has available copies of three new reports. SSC-288, "The Effects of Varying Ship Hull Proportions and Hull Materials on Hull Flexibility, Bending and Vibratory Stresses," is an analytical study which considers four typical vessels—an ore carrier,

CG Says New Regulations Will Remove Substandard Tankers And Operators

Rear Adm. A.E. Henn, chief of the Coast Guard's office of marine safety and environmental protection, recently told an oil industry conference that agency and international regulations will eliminate poorly maintained oil tankers and their operators

Marine Machinery Association To Sponsor Navy/Industry Panel Discussions On Feb. 26

MMA, the Marine Machinery Association, continuing its efforts to foster a better understanding and a better business climate between the Navy and the marine industry, will host two panel discussions at its next meeting on February 26 in Crystal City, Arlington, Va.

 
 
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