Linking Post-Panamax ships to U.S. Heartland; 3D printing for the marine industry

Linking Post-Panamax boxes to Heartland via river
Linking Post-Panamax ships to Heartland
March 30, 2017 — A new intermodal container terminal on the lower Mississippi River is being developed to accommodate both the largest Post-Panamax containerships and LNG-fueled river container vessels.

Mapping a path to 3D printing marine and offshore parts
Using the deposition of material to build up a part, rather than machining material away, could soon be used to rapidly make large parts for the industry.
T&T Marine Salvage receives new USCG certification

T&T is the first Coast Guard recognized Salvage and Marine Firefighting service provider to receive this new Oil Spill Removal Organization (OSRO) classification.
Philly Shipyard delivers second Kinder Morgan tanker

The 600-foot tanker has a carrying capacity of 14.5 million gallons of crude oil or refined products.
Waterways: The efficient way to move cargo

Barges are the most fuel efficient of all major modes of freight transportation, and that efficiency is improving.
Alfa Laval sees growing interest in high flow capacity BWTS

PureBallast 3.1 features a single-filter solution, enabling it to deliver higher capacities with a small footprint.
AkzoNobel and Maersk Line partner on sustainability

The partnership will reduce carbon emissions per container shipped by 10%.
More than 7,000 KVH mini-VSAT systems shipped

The TracPhone V-series is currently in use on everything from small recreational sailboats to commercial vessels.