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Shipping industry dumps iron, coal

Shipping companies that transport iron ore, coal and other materials across the Great Lakes are using the lakes as ...

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Gulf Maritime 2006 to feature 150 global marine companies

The fourth edition of the Gulf Maritime exhibition, to be held at Expo Centre Sharjah from April 24-26, 2006, will ...

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AKER YARDS to build construction vessels for DOF

Aker Yards has entered into a contract with DOF ASA, through its subsidiary DOFCON ASA, for the building of two ...

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Harvey Gulf orders more ships

HARVEY, La.: Harvey Gulf International Marine, Inc., Harvey, La., plans to spend more than $200 million on new ships.

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Imtech: intended acquisition of Radio Holland Group

Imtech N.V. (technical services provider in Europe) announces that it intends to acquire Radio Holland Group, an ...

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LNG terminal poses adverse impacts

New federal study (the liquefied natural gas terminal proposed for 13.8 miles off Malibu’s western coast) ...

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Practice drills held to control maritime oil contamination

In order to prevent damage to the marine environment, the companies, Decal Panama and Ocean Pollution Control ...

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Cruise Line Docks at GSD&M

DALLAS Omnicom Group’s GSD&M was awarded Norwegian Cruise Line’s branding work after a review, the ...

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EU Prolongs Antitrust Exemption Until 2010

The European Union on Monday prolonged until 2010 its arrangement for providing exemption to antitrust laws for ...

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Songo River Queen owner to dredge Naples Causeway

Many in Naples were disheartened to learn this week that the Army Corps of Engineers would not be dredging shoal ...

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Booming cruise bookings to keep Ocho Rios port busy in March

THE resort town of Ocho Rios is expecting some 91,000 cruise passenger visitors for March, arriving on the 42 ...

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Order placed for four high-efficiency jack-up rigs

A.P. Moller – Maersk has ordered four high-efficiency jack-up drilling rigs from KeppelFELS in Singapore. The ...

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