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Scottish shipyards need ‘greater clarity’ over future military orders, say MPs

ITV 27 Jan 2023
Members of the Scottish Affairs Committee made the plea as they challenged ministers to set out why a recent £1.6 billion contract for the construction of three naval support ships ...
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OceanManager Maintenance System Certified by Indian Register

The Maritime Executive 26 Jan 2023
OceanManager Planned Maintenance has been approved and certified by the Indian Register of Shipping Class. The VesFMS solution has been approved in accordance with the applicable IR Class Rules and Regulations for the Construction and Classification of Steel Ships and Condition of Approval as below.
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Missing analysis leaves concerns over timetable for Navy's next ballistic missile submarine, report warns

Union Leader 26 Jan 2023
Construction on USS District of Columbia, the lead ship of the class, started in October 2020 ... The report makes six recommendations, including completion of a detailed statistical analysis of the construction schedule and an update to the delivery schedule of the lead Columbia-class ship, allowing any potential risks to be lessened.
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Keel laid for world’s first ship to operate entirely on hydrogen

SAFETY4SEA 26 Jan 2023
Next Generation Shipyards was reportedly contracted over last summer to construct the ship, and, according to information, the development is set to be completed toward the end of 2023’s second quarter.
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New ship deployed to finish local submarine cable installation

The Philadelphia Inquirer 26 Jan 2023
and InfiniVAN, recently deployed a new cable-laying ship to finish the construction of the Philippine Domestic Submarine Cable Network ...
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PM bats for return of apprenticeship programme

Jamaica Observer 26 Jan 2023
Holness was speaking at the launch of a US$37-million German Ship Repair Jamaica shipyard and maintenance facility to be constructed on the Sir Florizel Glasspole Boulevard strip of Kingston Harbour to create economic opportunities for Jamaica and the region.
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Poseidon Principles: Annual Disclosure Report

SAFETY4SEA 26 Jan 2023
At the end of the first year of the Poseidon Principles for Marine Insurance, some Signatories have indicated that they will use their climate alignment scores to initiate constructive conversations with their clients to promote and support the transition of the shipping industry towards its decarbonization goal.
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Improving the Speed of Cyberdefense: Seven Key Metrics

The Maritime Executive 26 Jan 2023
The more viable construct is the rapid mobilization of cyber response and recovery teams operating from a central hub close enough to a lines’ key shipping routes to enable teams to be ‘waiting on the pier’ to support affected vessels as soon as they reach their next port of call.
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New Diesel Mechanics & Pipefitting Labs Open

Texas Border Business 26 Jan 2023
TSC Image. Texas Border Business ... TSC Image ... Dr ... TSC Image ... Thomas Tynan is the Director of Construction and Manufacturing, and he echoed the possibilities diesel students will graduate with ... “Diesel mechanics are in such demand in the valley starting with agriculture but also construction and the shipping that goes on at the border ... Fleishman said ... ....
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Construction Milestone for First Hydrogen-Powered Inland Cargo Ship

The Maritime Executive 25 Jan 2023
Construction of the first inland cargo ship that will operate entirely on hydrogen marked a key milestone in the demonstration project that expects to place the ship in service later this year ... The cost of construction of the first hydrogen-electric inland ship is reported to be about twice as high as a conventionally powered ship.
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This Mississippi barrier reef island fort was used by troops on both sides of the Civil War

Stars and Stripes 25 Jan 2023
You may know it better as Ship Island, a popular spot to enjoy warm sandy beaches and view Fort Massachusetts, a brick fortification constructed around Civil War times for coastal defense ... Polk about the construction of a fort on Ship Island to protect the coast ... A Union Navy ship ...
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Advanced Polymer Coatings lands multiple Turkish tanker deals

Tanker Operator 25 Jan 2023
Construction of the vessel at the Pendik Naval shipyard will get underway in January 2023 ... APC has also signed a contract with Okan Ogullari Shipping to coat its latest new build 10500DWT tanker. Construction work is also scheduled to start in January 2023.
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Missing analysis leaves concerns over timetable for Navy’s next ballistic missile submarine, report warns

Stars and Stripes 25 Jan 2023
Construction on USS District of Columbia, the lead ship of the class, started in October 2020 ... The report makes six recommendations, including completion of a detailed statistical analysis of the construction schedule and an update to the delivery schedule of the lead Columbia-class ship, allowing any potential risks to be lessened.
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True identity of rotting ship hulk in Plymouth discovered

Yahoo Daily News 25 Jan 2023
The ship's correct identity was discovered in a letter in an archive ... The hulk has now been identified by The Ships Project as the John Sims, a Westcountry schooner ... However, when an archaeological investigation of the hull was undertaken, the team discovered it was not constructed like a barge, but more like a Westcountry ship, or schooner.
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60% of Vizhinjam port project completed, supply of stones resolved: Minister

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide 25 Jan 2023
Devarkovil said the first ship will call at the under-construction port ...

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