Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

Articles from the April 1, 2013 edition

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Green Terminals

Federal, state and local regulations call for better management of possible pollutants and invasive species, while at the same time shipping lines are calling for green alternatives both for... Full story

 By Ryan Hertel    Features    April 1, 2013

Improved Lighting Technology Supports Port Sustainability

Each seaport – no matter the location – has a unique set of geographic, political, community, operational, and financial circumstances that shape and define its environmental initiatives. Within... Full story

 By Hank Glauser    Features    April 1, 2013

Commerce Security from Offshore Port Design

During the next 20 years the maritime industry may undergo some profound changes, but what will they be? How will fuel prices affect operations and profitability? How will ports keep up with... Full story


European Union to Save Domestic Shipbuilding from Asian Threat

The European Commission, which represents the interests of the EU and ensures that EU law is correctly applied by member countries, is developing a package of measures aimed at supporting a struggling domestic shipbuilding industry which continues... Full story


Justice for the Downtrodden

After suffering more than a hundred years of repression at the hands of King County taxpayers, Seattle Port Commissioners will finally earn a living wage. Last month, while the rest of the country was discussing the federal budget and sequestration... Full story


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