LLOYD S

  • General
    • Vessel Name : LLOYD S
    • Operator : BRAYMAN CONSTRUCTION CORP.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : 432
    • Vessel Type : Pushboat
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
    • Horsepower rating : 450
  • Location
    • City : PITTSBURGH
    • STATE : PA
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 15
  • Size
    • Register length : 25 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 14 Feet
    • Overall Length : 25 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 14 Feet
    • Load draft : 5 Feet
    • Light Draft : 5 Feet
    • Height : 12.5 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 2005
    • EQUIP1 : 5 TON WINCH
    • Coast Guard Number : 1177842

BRAYMAN CONSTRUCTION CORP.

  • Area of Operation : ALLEGHENY RIVER M.M. 0-50; OHIO RIVER M.M. 0-200; MONONGAHELA RIVER M.M. 0-80.
  • Principal Commodity : CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

KPC

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

KS

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

T LEE

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

TB

  • Type : Liquid Cargo Barge (Single Hull)
  • Construction : Steel

News

Gemini Alliance Held Up by FMC Probe

Gemini Alliance Held Up by FMC Probe

A global operational alliance between two of the world’s largest container shipping companies will not go into effect next week as planned following a move by the U.S. Federal Maritime Commission to study the potential competitive impacts of the arrangement.The FMC said on Friday it is seeking more information to determine the potential competitive impacts of the proposed Gemini Cooperation

Hapag Lloyd CEO Expects Red Sea Crisis to End This Year

Hapag Lloyd CEO Expects Red Sea Crisis to End This Year

The CEO of German container shipper Hapag-Lloyd said on Monday he expects that the Red Sea crisis can be overcome before the end of the year.Ship operators face prolonged disruption as Yemen-based Houthi militants attack vessels travelling on one of the world's busiest routes, causing costly redirections around Africa.

Hapag-Lloyd and Seaspan to Retrofit Five Vessels to Methanol Propulsion

Hapag-Lloyd and Seaspan to Retrofit Five Vessels to Methanol Propulsion

Hapag-Lloyd and Seaspan Corporation announced plans to retrofit and convert five 10,100 TEU containerships powered by conventional MAN S90 engines to dual-fuel engines capable of operating on methanol. Following the engine retrofit, the vessels will continue to be on long-term charter from Seaspan to Hapag-Lloyd.

Ukraine Expands Ship War Insurance with Marsh & Lloyd's to Iron Ore, Steel

Ukraine Expands Ship War Insurance with Marsh & Lloyd's to Iron Ore, Steel

Insurance broker Marsh and Lloyd's of London underwriters have expanded a marine war insurance program backed by Ukraine from grain shipments to all non-military cargo, such as iron ore and steel, Marsh said on Friday.Marsh, Lloyd's and Ukrainian state banks launched an initial program in November to cut the cost of claims for damage to ships and crew transporting grain through the Black Sea

CMA CGM, COSCO, Evergreen and OOCL Extend OCEAN Alliance to 2032

CMA CGM, COSCO, Evergreen and OOCL Extend OCEAN Alliance to 2032

French shipping company CMA CGM and its business partners COSCO Shipping 601919.SS, Evergreen 2603.TW and OOCL said on Tuesday that they had agreed to extend their 'OCEAN Alliance' co-operation deal for another five years beyond 2027, to 2032.The 'OCEAN Alliance' partnership aims to help customers deal with their supply chains by offering up fast transit times and access to a wide range of ports

Shipping Firms Continue to Pause Red Sea Shipments

Shipping Firms Continue to Pause Red Sea Shipments

Global Denmark's Maersk and German rival Hapag-Lloyd said on Tuesday their container ships would continue to avoid the Red Sea route that gives access to the Suez Canal following a weekend attack on one of Maersk's vessels.Both shipping giants have been re-routing some sailings via Africa's southern Cape of Good Hope as Yemen-based Houthi militants attack cargo vessels in the Red Sea.

More Ships to Avoid Red Sea as Attacks Disrupt World Trade

More Ships to Avoid Red Sea as Attacks Disrupt World Trade

German shipping company Hapag-Lloyd said on Thursday it was the latest company planning to avoid the Red Sea after attacks there by Yemen's Houthi group on merchant vessels, which have disrupted global trade and triggered a multinational naval action.Hapag-Lloyd said it would reroute 25 ships by the end of the year from the key waterway as freight rates and shipping stocks have increased because

Hapag-Lloyd Welcomes "Berlin Express" - the First of its Hamburg Express Class Ships

Hapag-Lloyd Welcomes "Berlin Express" - the First of its Hamburg Express Class Ships

German container shipping giant Hapag-Lloyd on Monday welcomed into its fleet the “Berlin Express”, the first ship of its new Hamburg Express class. At an event attended by some 300 guests from business and politics, naming patron Elke Büdenbender performed the ceremonial christening of the ship at the Container Terminal Burchardkai (Athabaskakai) in the Port of Hamburg.

WinGD Wins First AiP for Ammonia Two-Stroke Engine

WinGD Wins First AiP for Ammonia Two-Stroke Engine

WinGD has secured the first ever approval in principle (AiP) for two‑stroke engines fuelled with ammonia.Lloyd’s Register awarded the AiP to WinGD’s X-DF-A dual-fuel range, and WinGD says this gives shipowners the assurances they need to realise vessel designs using ammonia-fuelled main engines.

Hapag-Lloyd CEO: Counter Offer for HHLA Would Not Be In Our Interest

Hapag-Lloyd CEO: Counter Offer for HHLA Would Not Be In Our Interest

Hapag-Lloyd CEO Rolf Habben Jansen said on Thursday that it would not be in the container shipper's interest to make a counter offer for HHLA, the main operator of Hamburg port, and may instead cut its traffic through the hub.On Wednesday, Switzerland-based MSC, the world's biggest container shipping company, offered to buy almost half of the port operator in a deal that could be worth nearly 1.

Top Global Ports May Be Unusable by 2050 Without More Climate Action

Top Global Ports May Be Unusable by 2050 Without More Climate Action

Some of the world's largest ports may be unusable by 2050 as rising sea levels hit operations, and efforts to speed up decarbonization of the maritime sector and bring in new technology are vital, a study showed on Friday.Weather-related disruptions are already impacting ports across the globe. These include a drought which is hampering operations in the Panama Canal, a top waterway.

Bunker Fuel Contamination Hits US Gulf Coast

Bunker Fuel Contamination Hits US Gulf Coast

Contaminated marine fuels from several suppliers led to fouled engines on about a dozen vessels operating from the U.S. Gulf Coast this spring, according to Lloyd's Register and marine fuel testing service VPS.The tainted fuel was the first major occurrence along the U.S. Gulf Coast since 2018, when about 200 ships had engines fouled by fuel containing an epoxy, said Steve Bee