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Capt. Henry E. Engelbrecht, formerly vice president in charge of operations for the United Tanker Group, has acquired Lexington Transport Corporation. Sinnan Pu and Capt. Nick Ni, also formerly of United Tanker, have joined Lexington in the capacities of
According to Capt. D.C. (Sandy Anderson, founder of Sail Freight International (SFI) of Greenwich, Conn., sail-assist should be viewed as a total performance improvement package and not solely as a fuel-conservation measure. In this light, sailassist undoubtedly
Canada's newest s e l f - u n l o a d i n g Great Lakes bulk carrier was launched recently at the Collingwood, Ontario, Shipyard of Canadian Shipbuilding and Engineering Limited. Built for the Canada Steamship Lines Division of Power Corporation of Canada,
In common with most other bulk commodities, the seaborne trade of phosphate rock has been adversely affected by the prolonged world economic depression which followed the "oil crisis" of 1973. This was most apparent in 1975 and 1976, when shipments
The tough economic situation and business environment has not prevented Neptune Orient Line from first half profits, as the company announced $ 11 million profits (albeit down 78 percent from 1H 2000 profits) on revenues of $2.3 billion (up 6 percent from 1H 2000 revenues.
Stockholders overwhelmingly approved changing the name of Moore and McCormack Co., Inc. (listed NYSE, Pacific Coast) to Moore McCormack Resources, Inc. at a special meeting held at the company's new headquarters, One Landmark Square, Stamford, Conn.
A sector of the shipping industry which has been experiencing buoyant conditions recently is that concerned with the transport of assembled (or built-up) motor vehicles — principally passenger cars, but also trucks and other commercial vehicles shipped by sea.
Representatives of government maritime agencies of the United States and Canada have signed a formal agreement to cooperate in marine transportation research and development, it was announced recently in Washington and Ottawa. Under the agreement,
A $10-million contract to convert the St. Lawrence Navigator from an oceangoing to a Great Lakes bulk carrier has been awarded to Port Weller Dry Docks by Upper Lakes Shipping Ltd. of Toronto, Canada. The work, to be known as Hull 66, will begin in August 1979,