maritime industry

Marine Consultants' Society Hears Paper On An Attorney's View

The Society of Marine Consultants held its first luncheon open to the public recently at the Whitehall Club in New York City. The speaker was Richard P. Hayden, a partner in the well-known law firm of Hill, Rivkins, Carey, Loesburg, O'Brien, and Mulroy.

 

MarAd's Schubert: Building a Better U.S. Business

In part one of a two-part series, William G. Schubert, the new U.S. Maritime Administrator (MarAd) speaks with H. Clayton Cook, Jr. about the current standing and future direction of maritime activities in the United States. Mr. Administrator, this

AWSC -- Anticipating A Better Future

In these hard times, we are all experiencing- severe economic strains, and we are all looking for the proverbial "light at the end of the tunnel." Over the last few years, many events have coincided bringing both the economy and this segment of

What Should be the Role of Class?

The role of vessel classification societies continues to change dramatically. As the role ancl relevance of class is liotly debated, MR/EN picked the brains of the industry's major classification societies to analyze both their individual and collective future.

Paul Hall Named First Posthumous Recipient Of AOTOS Award

The late Paul Hall, former president of the Seafarer's International Union and vice president of the AFL-CIO, has been named the 1981 recipient of the Admiral of the Ocean Sea Award. Mr. Hall is the first awardee to receive the maritime industry's highest award posthumously.

Universal Tankships Installs NTC Ship Manager Software System

Universe Tankships (Del.), New York, N.Y., a division of National Bulk Carriers, has installed a microcomputer "NTC Ship Manager" software system furnished by Nautical Technology Corp., also of New York City. The multiship office system provides a fully integrated,

Ship Security Alert Systems (SSAS)

The new Ship Security and Alert Systems (SSAS) regulations were adopted by International Maritime Organization (IMO) to enhance maritime security in response to the increasing threat from terrorism and piracy. After July l, 2004. most deepsea passenger

ABS Reports Record Number Of Vessels Under Classification

The number of vessels in American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) classification has climbed to a record total, William N. Johnston, the chairman and president, reported at the semiannual meeting of the international ship classification society. ABS classed 388 new vessels of 3,

2004 SNAME Set for Washington, D.C.

One of the maritime industry's premiere annual events, the 2004 SNAME Maritime Technology Conference & Exposition, is scheduled to grace scenic Washington, D.C., scheduled from September 29 to October 1, 2004. Washington, D.C., the center of U.S.

 
 
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