Shipping company fined $1,000,000 in pollution case; TOTE Maritime Alaska delays Orca class LNG conversion

Huntington Ingalls moves to accelerate 3D printing in naval shipbuilding
May 11, 2018 — Huntington Ingalls Industries reports that Newport News Shipbuilding has partnered with 3D Systems Corporation to develop additive manufacturing technologies expected to accelerate the adoption of metal 3-D printing in naval shipbuilding.

Japanese shipping company fined $1,000,000 in pollution case
The company admitted that its engineers failed to document the illegal discharge of oily wastes from the vessel’s fuel and lubrication oil purifier systems, as well as discharges of oily bilge waste.dots.JPG
Norway to expand maritime traffic service radar coverage

This is among the largest framework agreements the Norwegian Coastal Administration has entered into with a single supplier.dots.JPG
TOTE Maritime Alaska delays Orca class LNG conversion

The delay follows a decision by the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency. dots.JPG
Master Marine delivers third towboat to Waterfront Services

Each boat is powered by a pair of Laborde Products, Inc. S6R2-Y3MPTAW Mitsubishi 803 HP tier III engines.dots.JPG
Clarkson shareholders in growing revolt on executive pay

Chief Executive Andi Case received pay and bonuses totaling £3,999,000 in 2017 (about $5.4 million)—most was from his annual bonus.