Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles from the July 1, 2016 edition

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Above Board

The Port of Los Angeles is ratcheting up their 2016/2017 budget for daily operations and to ensure they’re keeping pace with growing demand and larger ships. The Port has seen an uptick in cargo volumes since the early 2015 slow-down due to the... Full story

 
 By Jim Shaw    Features    July 1, 2016

A Record Number of Cruise Ships on Order

Cruise ship owners continue to be among the more optimistic of vessel buyers in the maritime sector where owners of container ships and bulk carriers have fallen on hard times and a glut in tankers... Full story

 

Ports of the Pacific

The majority of consumer goods that enter North America from Asia come through West Coast seaports. But according to an April 2016 report by Los Angeles-based commercial real estate services and inves... Full story

 

Cargo Handling 2016

Advanced container handling technologies are making operations more efficient while reducing emissions and extending equipment lifecycles. The Terex Brand, Fuchs, recently unveiled a new... Full story

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    July 1, 2016

Deck Gear Survey 2016

There are several components to a successful workboat, including the vessel itself, its suitability for the project and a well trained crew. One key component is the deck machinery, which will... Full story

 

Collector's Item

On Craigslist in Seattle, at press time, one could buy a 1976 Chevy Monza project for $700, and a 1976 Cadillac Eldorado convertible in original condition for $16,950. Both of these 40-year-old... Full story

 

Silence is Not Golden

In many elementary schools, teachers post the motto “Silence is Golden” on the bulletin board to help students remember they should be quiet in class. In the maritime context, however, the motto... Full story

 

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