Companies

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INLAND MARINE, INC.

  • Area of Operation : CHESAPEAKE BAY AND TRIBUTARIES ELIZABETH RIVER, JAMES RIVER, HAMPTON ROADS, YORK RIVER, POTOMAC RIVER AND BALTIMORE HARBOR
  • Principal Commodity : TOWING AND STONE

INTER ISLAND BOAT SERVICES, INC.

  • Area of Operation : CRUZ BAY, ST. JOHN, RED HOOK, ST. THOMAS & WEST END, TORTOLA, BVI & ANEGADA, BVI
  • Principal Commodity : PASSENGERS

INLAND CONSTRUCTION & EQUIPMENT INC.

  • Area of Operation : INTERCOASTAL WATERWAY OF FLORIDA AND NORTH CAROLINA, AND GULF INTERCOASTAL WATERWAY OF FLORIDA, ALABAMA, MISSISSIPPI, LOUISIANA, AND TEXAS

INTERLAKE STEAMSHIP COMPANY, THE

  • Area of Operation : GREAT LAKES -- DULUTH, MN TO BUFFALO, NY
  • Principal Commodity : ORE, COAL, LIMESTONE AND GRAIN

INDUSTRY TERMINAL & SALVAGE CO.

  • Area of Operation : ALLEGHENY, MONONGAHELA AND OHIO RIVERS
  • Principal Commodity : STEEL AND COAL

Vessels

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ST. JOSEPH

  • Type : Pushboat
  • Construction : Steel

SACRED HEART

  • Type : Pushboat
  • Construction : Steel

NATIVITY

  • Type : Pushboat
  • Construction : Steel

SEADRIFT

  • Type : Pushboat
  • Construction : Steel

PARACLETE

  • Type : Pushboat
  • Construction : Steel

Tug Explosion Kills Three in Kentucky

A tug boat explosion has left three people dead and numerous others injured on the Tennessee River in Calvert City, Ky. Authorities said the tug was undergoing repair in drydock when an explosion occurred inside the vessel around 9 a.m. on Friday. Three were pronounced dead at the scene and numerous others were transported for injuries that range from non-life threatening to life-threatening. Kentucky State Police said an investigation is ongoing, although there is no early indication of foul play being involved in the explosion. The U. S.

Magufuli Bans Registration of Foreign Ships in Tanzania

Magufuli Bans Registration of Foreign Ships in Tanzania

Tanzanian President John Magufuli on Friday put a temporary ban on the registration of foreign ships in the country and ordered over 400 vessels to be investigated for allegations of involvement in criminal activity. The ban came after at least five foreign-owned ships flying Tanzania's flag were seized in various parts of the world carrying illegal consignments of weapons and narcotics. The maritime authority in the Indian Ocean archipelago of Zanzibar has in previous years been accused of allowing Iranian and North Korean vessels to use the Tanzanian flag to circumvent United Nations

Golar LNG  Bags New Long-term FSRU Contract

Golar LNG Bags New Long-term FSRU Contract

Golar LNG Partners announced that it has executed a 15-year charter with an energy and logistics company for the provision of an FSRU (floating storage and regasification unit) and related services in the Atlantic Basin.    The charter provides the Partnership with the flexibility to nominate either the Golar Spirit or the Golar Freeze to service the contract provided that the nominated FSRU satisfies certain technical specifications ahead of project start-up, which is expected in the fourth quarter of 2018.

Annet Koster New Director of KVNR

Annet Koster New Director of KVNR

Association of Dutch Shipowners (KVNR) has appointed Annet Koster as its new director from 1 March 2018.    Annet Koster will join the shipowners' association ass the face of the KVNR, will make a strong case for Dutch shipping, said  the board chairmen Sibrand Hassing and Karin Orsel on 17 January during the New Year's reception of the association.   "I especially want to get started to make Dutch shipping more broadly visible and to introduce people to this dynamic and traditional Dutch sector," says the brand new director.

Gas Natural Fenosa, Baleària Sign LNG Bunkering Deal

Gas Natural Fenosa, Baleària Sign LNG Bunkering Deal

Spanish liquefied natural gas (LNG) operator Gas Natural Fenosa signed an exclusive 10-year LNG supply deal with Spanish ferry operator Baleària.   According to the company release, the supply contract will initially apply to the ports of Barcelona, Valencia and Algeciras, then extended to all the peninsular ports operated by the shipping company together with the entire new fleet powered by this fuel committed to using LNG as an ecological fuel.

USS Fitzgerald Comes To Ingalls Pascagoula

USS Fitzgerald Comes To Ingalls Pascagoula

The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Fitzgerald (DDG 62) arrived in Pascagoula, Mississippi, Jan. 19, aboard heavy lift vessel MV Transshelf inward bound from Yokosuka, Japan.    Fitzgerald is expected to spend several days in the Port of Pascagoula as the heavy lift ship will commence the reverse operation of unfastening, lowering and guiding the ship off the platform. The ship will then be taken to its designated pier space at Huntington Ingalls Industries shipyard.

Denmark is World's Sixth-Biggest Seafaring Nation

Denmark is World's Sixth-Biggest Seafaring Nation

The Danish-controlled fleet is increasing. Taking the sixth place on the list of the world’s major shipping nations given as operated tonnage, Denmark has advanced one place.   Already from early 2018, Danish shipping has a fair wind and has succeeded in advancing on the list of major shipping nations. This is demonstrated by the most recent overview from IHS Markit (Sea-web).   At present, Danish shipping is undergoing positive developments. This is now directly deductible from the ranking list of the world’s major shipping nations.

Ineos Storage Tanks at Antwerp Port

Ineos Storage Tanks at Antwerp Port

During the past month a pusher barge moored in the Antwerp port area on the Left bank of the Scheldt carrying four large storage tanks each 50 metres long. These cylinders came from a specialist tank builder in Germany and were carried down the Rhine to Antwerp.    After being unloaded they continued their journey by night by special road transport to the Ineos Oxide site in Zwijndrecht.    The British chemical company Ineos entrusted coordination of this project to Jacobs Belgium, specialised in project coordination and design, in particular for the chemical

Myanmar Accedes to Treaty Covering Bunker Oil Pollution Damage

Myanmar Accedes to Treaty Covering Bunker Oil Pollution Damage

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) treaty ensuring that adequate compensation is available to persons that suffer damage caused by oil spills, when carried as fuel in ships’ bunkers, has been ratified by Myanmar.    The International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage (BUNKER) applies to damage caused on the territory, including the territorial sea, and in exclusive economic zones of States under the Convention.

Chembulk Tankers Issues USD 200mln Bond

Chembulk Tankers Issues USD 200mln Bond

Chembulk Tankers announced that one of its wholly owned subsidiaries, Chembulk Holding LLC, has priced USD 200 million in senior secured bonds which will carry a coupon of 8.00% and be due in February 2023.   The net proceeds from the bond offering will be used for refinancing of existing bank debt and general corporate purposes. In addition, this bond offering contains a tap issuance feature, where Chembulk can expand the issue amount at a future date to a maximum of USD 250 million, subject to standard issuance tests.

Antwerp, Metz Rail Connection Doubles in Frequency

Antwerp, Metz Rail Connection Doubles in Frequency

One year after the introduction of the rail shuttle between Antwerp and Metz, the intermodal logistics operator Multi-Modal Rail (MMR) has doubled the frequency. As of the middle of January the Dutch-French company provides a second weekly container shuttle.    This increased frequency offers shippers the ideal connection to deepsea services in the port of Antwerp, for their import and export consignments in the Alsace-Lorraine region. The shuttle leaves on Monday and Wednesday from Antwerp Main Hub and arrives the following day at the MMS terminal in Metz.

Aegean Exits Singapore Bunker Market

Aegean Exits Singapore Bunker Market

Aegean Bunkering Pte Ltd on Friday said it had this week left the world's largest marine fuels market in Singapore after handing back its supply and craft operator licences.   The company had announced in October that it would halt physical supply operations in Singapore by January amid heightened commercial pressures after the city-state adopted tougher bunkering procedures.   Aegean Bunkering, headquartered in Greece, was last year ranked the 20th largest marine fuels supplier by volume in Singapore from a total of 55, data from the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) showed.