Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles written by Michael A. Moore

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Trade with Alaska and Hawaii

If project cargo and consumer goods shipments are any indicators of economic health, Alaska and Hawaii are in much better shape this year than any time since the recession hit. "We're optimistic in... Full story


TOTE and LNG: Meeting the Challenge of Change

The IMO's Marpol Annex VI deadlines are rapidly approaching for ships operating in Emission Control Areas. The deadlines address the next phases of mandated drastic reductions in nitrogen and sulfur... Full story


Cargo Handling is a Hot Topic for Ports

As newly built fleets of megaships get ready to set sail, Pacific Coast port operators are scrambling to dramatically increase their productivity and decrease unloading and port turnaround times to... Full story


The Age of the Arctic: The Rush Has Just Begun

The Age of the Arctic has arrived – and one of the world's greatest rushes for oil, gas and mineral riches has begun. The steady retreat of the Arctic's summer sea ice over the last thirty years is... Full story


West Coast Ports Prepare for the Future

West Coast US ports from California to Alaska find themselves confronting a perfect storm of challenges coming from different directions – challenges that can become opportunities or disasters,... Full story


Foss Maritime: From Rowboats to Fuel Cells

One small launch of a rental rowboat in 1889 was the not only the beginning of Foss Maritime, it was the first step toward a quantum leap in marine transport services. When Norwegian immigrant Thea... Full story


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