Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles from the June 1, 2016 edition

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 By Peter Marsh    Features    June 1, 2016

New Dunlap Tug for Dutch Harbor

Dunlap Towing of LaConner, Washington was founded in 1925, and concluded its celebration of 90 years of service in December 2015 with the launch of its second ASD tug, the 6,800 hp 101-foot by... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    June 1, 2016

Columbia Gateway: Yes to Bulk, No to Energy

The last year has been a challenging one for the ports of the Columbia/Snake River system. Ship calls were at a long-term low of 1,488, although some ports reported the year was a good one for... Full story

 

A New Carrier for Catalina Island

A new era in freight shipping in Southern California began recently as a new company, founded by three veterans of the maritime industry, has begun service between the Los Angeles area and Catalina... Full story

 

Marine and Waterfront Construction

A multitude of projects on the West Coast and in Alaska are keeping marine construction companies busy. California-based Power Engineering Construction Company (PEC) recently completed a $6.7 million... Full story

 

Cow Scrubbers?

Climate forcing is a term that has come into common usage recently to quantify the change in global temperatures attributed to climate change. Climate forcing is a formula used to calculate the... Full story

 

Above Board

The call has been sounded to increase mariner training levels across the globe. According to the latest BIMCO/ICS Manpower Report, by 2025 the shipping industry will require nearly 148,000 more seafarers. The main shortage areas include some officer... Full story

 

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