Companies

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SEGRAB, LLC C/O MARQUETTE TRANSPORTATION CO.

  • Area of Operation : MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES
  • Principal Commodity : GRAIN, COAL, SALT, FERTILIZER AND ROCK

SEBRING MARINE

  • Area of Operation : ASTORIA, OR - COLUMBIA RIVER TO SOUTHEAST ALASKA AND PUGET SOUND INCLUDING LAKE WASHINGTON
  • Principal Commodity : TOWING

SENECA PETROLEUM COMPANY

  • Area of Operation : ILLINOIS RIVER - DES PLAINES RIVER AND CHICAGO SANITARY AND SHIP CANAL BETWEEN PEORIA AND CHICAGO
  • Principal Commodity : SAND

SEAWAY COMPANY OF CATALINA

  • Area of Operation : PORT OF LOS ANGELES TO CATALINA ISLAND
  • Principal Commodity : TOWING, GENERAL FREIGHT, PETROLEUM PRODUCTS (BULK) BY SEMI-TRAILER

SELVICK MARINE TOWING CORP.

  • Area of Operation : GREAT LAKES
  • Principal Commodity : TOWING

Vessels

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PG II

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

BILLY D

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

PG I

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

SCARLETT RIVER

  • Type : Pushboat
  • Construction : Steel

KAW

  • Type : Pushboat
  • Construction : Steel
TORM to Feature Scrubbers in Newbuildings

TORM to Feature Scrubbers in Newbuildings

Danish shipping company TORM is installing scrubbers to its vessels, allowing them to continue running on high sulfur fuel oil after the International Maritime Organization's marine fuels sulfur limit is cut in 2020.A press release from the company said that it has decided to install scrubbers on 14 vessels including all vessels currently on order and the three LR2 vessels that were delivered earlier in 2018.These vessels have a scrubber-prepared design and there are no changes to the delivery schedule. As of today, TORM’s scrubber program covers four LR2s, two LR1s and eight MRs.

Shipbuilding: Oman Drydock CEO Aims to Triple Revenue by 2021

Shipbuilding: Oman Drydock CEO Aims to Triple Revenue by 2021

Said bin Homoud Al Maawali, CEO, Oman Drydock Company (ODC) means business when he aims to triple revenue by 2021, but it’s anything but business-as-usual at ODC. A neophyte to the shipyard world, he is a veteran business man with a long resume in multiple industries, a turnaround specialist. He sees potential at ODC, but bigger picture, he sees the shipyard as a means to help Oman broaden its business and revenues outside of the traditional energy industry.As the global shipbuilding community shakes off a historic slump, new thinking is creeping into a space steeped in tradition.

Shipbuilding: “We had shipyard for dinner …”

Shipbuilding: “We had shipyard for dinner …”

The Duclos family is iconic in boatbuilding circles, as the Somerset, Mass.-based Gladding-Hearn, Duclos Corporation, has built a strong heritage in the pilot boat and fast ferry sectors, and in total more than 425 vessels have been delivered since it was founded in 1955. Today a trio of second-generation siblings run the yard, brothers and co-presidents John and Peter Duclos with sister Carol Hegarty serving as CFO. Maritime Reporter & Engineering News visited the yard recently and found the yard bustling with newbuild activity.

New Fuel Rules Push Shipowners to Go Green with LNG

New Fuel Rules Push Shipowners to Go Green with LNG

Tough new rules on marine fuel are forcing shipowners to explore liquefied natural gas as a cleaner alternative and ports such as Gibraltar are preparing to offer upgraded refueling facilities in the shipping industry's biggest shake-up in decades.From 2020, International Maritime Organization rules will ban ships from using fuels with a sulphur content above 0.5 percent, compared with 3.5 percent now, unless they are equipped to clean up sulphur emissions. This will be enforced by fines levied by the IMO's member states.

DFDS Orders New Freight Ferry

DFDS Orders New Freight Ferry

DFDS has exercised an option to order an additional freight ferry (ro-ro) newbuilding from the Chinese Jinling Shipyard.Similar to the five previously ordered large capacity freight ferries, the newbuilding is designed to carry 6,700 lane meters of freight equivalent to around 450 trailers.The new ferries will increase DFDS’ operational efficiency in the route networks in northern Europe and the Mediterranean.The first two new ferries are expected to be received in the beginning of next year, the third and fourth in the second half of 2019 and the last two in the first half of 2020.

Boskalis Rethinks Loss-making Transport Operations

Boskalis Rethinks Loss-making Transport Operations

Boskalis will terminate loss-making transport activities at its offshore energy division, the Dutch marine and engineering company said on Thursday after posting lower than expected first-half earnings.A resulting one-off charge of 397 million euros ($451.6 million) pushed Boskalis to a net loss of 361.4 million euros, compared with a profit of 75.1 million euros in the first half of 2017. The consensus forecast in a company-compiled poll of analysts was for a profit of 60 million euros.

Diana Shipping TC Contract for M/V Coronis

Diana Shipping TC Contract for M/V Coronis

Diana Shipping announced that, through a separate wholly-owned subsidiary, it has entered into a time charter contract with CJ International Italy Societa Per Azioni for one of its Panamax dry bulk vessels, the m/v Coronis, for a period of minimum 12 months to maximum 15 months.The global shipping company specializing in the ownership of dry bulk vessels said that the gross charter rate is US$8,300 per day for the first sixty (60) days of the charter period and US$11,300 per day for the balance period of the time charter, in each case minus a 5% commission paid to third parties.

Hapag-Lloyd Adds 11,100 Reefer Containers

Hapag-Lloyd Adds 11,100 Reefer Containers

Hapag-Lloyd is investing in its container fleet and has ordered 11,100 state-of-the-art reefer containers. The new containers will be integrated to the company’s existing fleet of 91,000 reefer containers, with delivery gradually starting in August and to be finally completed by December 2018.Already today, Hapag-Lloyd has a significant footprint in the refrigerated container market and the company has continuously invested in new reefer equipment throughout the past years and also renewed a significant share of its fleet.

Shanghai International Port Group buys Kalmar equipment

Shanghai International Port Group buys Kalmar equipment

Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has secured an order to supply 15 units of container handling equipment to Shanghai International Port Group(SIPG). This order, including a total of 4 units of Reachstackers and 11 units of Empty Container Handlers, has been booked into the Cargotec 2018 second quarter order intake. Delivery of the machines is scheduled to take place in the third quarter of 2018. Founded in 2005, Shanghai International Port (Group) Co., Ltd. is the largest joint-stock port operator in China.

Swiss Utility in Talks to Buy LNG from Canada's Goldboro Project

Swiss Utility in Talks to Buy LNG from Canada's Goldboro Project

Axpo, a Swiss utility and energy trader, said on Thursday it was in talks for a 10-year supply deal with a Canadian company planning to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal.A sales and purchase agreement would boost the chances that Pieridae Energy would decide to build the C$10 billion ($7.6 billion) Goldboro project, which would be the first LNG export terminal on Canada's East Coast.Canada is rich in oil and gas but has yet to export major shipments of LNG to Asia from its West Coast or across the Atlantic from its East Coast.

Top U.S. Trade Official Sees NAFTA 'breakthrough' in Days

Top U.S. Trade Official Sees NAFTA 'breakthrough' in Days

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Thursday said he hopes there will be a breakthrough in NAFTA trade talks in the next few days, as the U.S continues discussions over the North American Free Trade Agreement.Lighthizer made the remarks at White House meeting of President Trump's Cabinet. Trump told Lighthizer he was in no rush for a resolution over the pact: "We’re either going to do a fair NAFTA for us or we're not going to do NAFTA at all.

Maersk Signs on to Help Clean up Ocean Plastic

Maersk Signs on to Help Clean up Ocean Plastic

Offshore services provider Maersk Supply Service has signed onto a project that aims to collect tons of plastic waste littering the world's oceans.In the comping months, the Denmark based firm will provide marine support to the Dutch nonprofit The Ocean Cleanup, which will install its first cleanup system in the North Pacific as part of the planet’s first large-scale initiative for collection of floating ocean-plastic debris.Global plastic production has risen steadily since the 1950s. It is estimated that more than 5 trillion pieces of plastic waste now litter all major ocean basins.