Monthly Archives : July 2014

French General Says Somali Piracy Is Over

Commander of the French forces in the southern zone of the Indian Sea says that piracy in the seas around Somalia is safe for commercial shipping.

2 Comments / 31st July 2014

Neptune Security Company Receives Shipping’s Seal Of Approval

Neptune Maritime Security has achieved associate membership of BIMCO, one of the world’s largest shipping associations.

No Comments / 31st July 2014

Key Role In Submarine Races Played By Women Engineers

National Women in Engineering Day is celebrated by IMarEST before the beginning of international submarine races

No Comments / 31st July 2014

GAC EnvironHull Extends Underwater Hull Cleaning System

Minimal damage to the antifouling surface: HullWiper Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) underwater hull cleaning unit uses adjustable pressure sea water jets, not abrasives.

No Comments / 24th July 2014

Elastec/American Marine Equipment In Ecuador

The state oil company of Ecuador purchased Elastec/American Marine oil spill response equipment.

No Comments / 23rd July 2014

Cooperation Across Industry Clusters

Positive and remarkable results produced by collaboration in industry clusters.

No Comments / 22nd July 2014

Time And Tide Wait For Nobody – The Question Of Using Scrubbers

European shipowners and port authorities call for clarification of the rules about the use of scrubbers.

No Comments / 1st July 2014