Vigor awarded USS Coronado DSRA contract worth potential $60 million; Marinakis-Schulz JV makes its first ship acquisition

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JANUARY 30, 2019 — The award is the latest in a series of awards in Vigor’s growing Navy repair program and is Vigor’s first as prime contractor in the Littoral Combat Ship program. Other recent Vigor projects with the Navy include the execution of the Selected Restricted Availability (SRA) for the USS Kidd (DDG 100) at the Everett Naval Station and the DSRA for the USS Sampson (DDG 102) in Vigor’s Seattle, WA facility.

Alfa Laval marks tenth anniversary of first PureSOx scrubber installation

With just under one year to go before implementation of the IMO global sulfur cap, Alfa Laval is marking a significant milestone: the tenth anniversary of the installation of an Alfa Laval PureSOx exhaust scrubber on board ship.

Marinakis-Schulz JV makes its first ship acquisition

Capital Liberty Invest, has acquired its first two ships. The company is a joint venture between Evangolos Marinakis’s Capital Ship Management Corp. and Dietrich Schulz’s Liberty One.

National Maritime Center issues status update.

The Coast Guard’s National Maritime Center has issued an update on its status since reopening January 28, 2019 and says it is implementing measures to address increased levels of application inventory.
Japanese partnership unveils concept design for zero emissions tanker

Two Japanese companies, Asahi Tanker Co. Ltd and Exeno-Yamamizu Corporation Tokyo, have developed a design for a zero emissions tanker with lithium-ion battery powered electric propulsion.
Newport News marks a milestone in 3D printing of warship components

Huntington Ingalls Industries’ (NYSE:HII) Newport News Shipbuilding division has marked a milestone in the use of additive manufacturing in the design and fabrication of warship components.