In October 1983, Annex I of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution, known as MARPOL 73/78, entered into force for the maritime and shipping industry. This convention concerns pollution from oil. The regulation was created to reduce operational discharges from ships,
Alexis Nichols (Nicolacopoulos) has been named vice president of Brokerage & Management Corp., 76 Beaver Street, New York, N.Y. 10005, it was announced by G. Callimanopulos, president. Mr. Nichols joined Brokerage & Management in 1972 as operations manager.
— A Threat To Our Competitive Position — Most of us in the water freight transportation industry do not often think of the Jones Act and related cabotage laws as having much to do with the inland segment of the barge and towing industry, although clearly
The first meeting of the 1984-85 season for The Society of Marine Port Engineers (SMPE) New York, N.Y., Inc. was held at the Union Club in Hoboken, N.J. A good turnout of members and guests heard a presentation titled "Computer Applications for the Marine Port Engineer" by David A.
Ever since two enterprising reporters for the Baltimore Sun decided, in 1997. to take a closer look at ship scrapping, first at a Baltimore shipyard dismantling a Navy ship, and subsequently an in depth review of scrapping conditions in Alang, India,
L&C Associates, Inc. of North Hampton, N.H., an industry leader in the design and installation of dehumidification, sealing and monitoring systems for the marine market, is offering a free six-page fold-out brochure titled "The Complete Marine Dehumidification Service.
"In the wars currently being fought over laws and regulations in Washington, the weapons of advocacy aren't always traditional." In the old days one could argue that in the years before muchneeded reforms were instituted, a well-connected lobbyist
First American Bulk Carrier Corporation, Orange, Texas, has applied to the Maritime Administration for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing the construction of two bulk/container vessels. First American, a new company owned by the Pension
—Literature Available Dampa, Inc. of Baltimore, Md., has been awarded a contract to furnish its marine designed joiner ceilings with lights, joiner bulkheads, floating floors, joiner doors, and related engineering for the 138-passenger United States-flagged luxury yacht,
The Hagglunds Products Division of ASEA Inc. has received an order worth approximately $5.5 million from Baker Marine Corporation of Ingleside, Texas, to supply low-speed, high-torque hydraulic motors for the elevating systems of offshore jackup drilling rigs.