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Articles from the July 1, 2015 edition

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 By Peter Marsh    Features    July 1, 2015

Shaver Transportation: From Sternwheels to Stern Drives on the Columbia River

Shaver Transportation of Portland, Oregon has been a fixture on the Columbia River since 1880 when George Washington Shaver progressed from supplying wood to fuel steamboats to operating his first... Full story

 
 By Chris Philips    Features    July 1, 2015

New Terminal Tractor Energizes the Market

The ubiquitous terminal tractor, found at trucking companies, container yards and cargo terminals worldwide, is getting a breath of fresh air with the introduction of the newly designed Kalmar Ottawa... Full story

 
 By Brett Snow    Features    July 1, 2015

New Containment Boom Deployment Vessel

Snow & Company has worked with various environmental businesses to develop a line of containment boom deployment vessels. The company's goal has been to develop job-specific vessels that are fuel... Full story

 

Crowley and Hilcorp Establish New Lifeline to Endicott, Alaska Drill Site

In the Prudhoe Bay oilfields, where about half a million barrels of oil is extracted each day, nature can be wild, unpredictable and uncooperative. One of the drilling sites, Endicott, is located on... Full story

 

Rescue at Sea

Lately there have been several stories in the news about refugees in overloaded boats on the high seas. There have also been stories about mariners adrift in disabled vessels. Whether the master of... Full story

 

Promise of the Arctic

The Promise of the Arctic Conference took place over two sunny days in Seattle last month. Produced by Pacific Maritime Magazine in partnership with the Institute of the North, the conference was well... Full story

 

Above Board

The Wärtsilä 31 engine has been recognized as the most efficient 4-stroke diesel engine in the world by Guinness World Records. The recently-launched product boasts diesel consumption as low as 165 gallons per kWh. The Wärtsilä 31 engine can be... Full story

 

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