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Japan Technology Report (JTR) Becomes First English Language Resource for Technology and Strategy inside Japan's Manufacturing Sector

Nikkei Business Publications, Inc., (Nikkei BP; Head office: Tokyo, President: Kohei Osada) Announced the official launch of -Japan Technology Report-, at the 34th Annual Computex Taipei (the largest ICT related event in Asia and second largest in the world) this June.

Women Truck Leasing Executives No Longer a Rarity

Sandy Hakes, President and Owner of Williams NationaLease, says business and leadership skills are what make a successful trucking executive - not his or her gender.

A1 Limousine Announces Discounts for 4th July Celebrations

Locally owned and operated A1 Luxury Car Rentals announces the discounted rates for Fourth of July.

First Dedicated Destination Service Provider Catering to International Assignees Opens in Yangon, Myanmar

Japan-based Relo Japan K.K. President Steve Burson teams up with Myanmar-born, Singapore-based relocation expert Christina Zar of Malikha Pte, Ltd to provide expert relocation services to international business professionals in Myanmar for short to extended stay.

Omnicomm experience in fuel monitoring to cease fuel theft in Nicaragua

Presentation of Omnicomm fuel monitoring equipment aroused big interest in Nicaragua due to colossal nationwide fuel theft problem.

Tyre campaigner, Frances Molloy, is first speaker announced for TyreTalk seminars at Brityrex 2014

TyreTalk is a complimentary and comprehensive seminar in which industry experts discuss contemporary issues and challenges. The first speaker, Frances Molloy, a prominent tyre legislation campaigner, will be lobbying the UK government to change the law on the sale and fitting of over age tyres.

NationaLease Members Salute Their Own for Exceptional Reciprocal Service

Eleven award recipients chosen for providing outstanding service to fellow members.

Three in a Row for NationaLease Top Tech Winner

Three-time Top Tech winner, Bob Mrzyglod, will represent NationaLease in the TMC SuperTech Competition in the fall.

Imetrum's Camera Based, Multi-point, High Speed Precision Monitoring System For Track And Structures Will Be On Show At Rail Live 2014

Imetrum's Video Gauge camera-based monitoring system is on show at Rail Live.

Scottsdale Car Service Selected as Exclusive Transportation Provider for Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center

Scottsdale Car Service Partners with Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center.

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Asia Dry Bulk Capesize Rates Stay Flat

Rates for capesize bulk carriers on key Asian routes are set to remain in the doldrums next week, staying flat or gaining just a few cents as an oversupply of ships weighs on cargo availability,

ISC Profit Slip in Q2 2014 but Pay Dividend

International Shipholding Corporation (ISC) has announced financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2014, summarized here: Net Loss he Company reported a net loss of $664,

Admiral on U.S. Navy & Asia Pacific Re-balancing Act

The commander of U.S. Pacific Command has briefed Pentagon reporters, discussing the U.S. rebalance to the Asia-Pacific region, successful engagement with partners

Royal Dutch Shell Q2 2014 Results 'More Robust' Says CEO

Royal Dutch Shell informs that its second quarter 2014 earnings, on a current cost of supplies (CCS) basis, were $5.1 billion compared with $2.4 billion for the same quarter a year ago.

Quality hat-trick for GAC Marine Logistics

Global ship spares logistics provider GAC Marine Logistics Inc. (GML) has secured ISO certifications in recognition of its Quality Management, Environmental

Hellfire Missile Firing a First for New Navy Helicopters

The Royal Australian Navy’s newest maritime combat helicopter, the MH-60R Seahawk ‘Romeo’, has successfully fired its first ‘Hellfire’ missile in the United States.

BMT Oceanica Wins Major Water Corporation Bid

Marine and coastal environment specialist, BMT Oceanica (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, is delighted to announce that it has won the bid to provide Ocean

First Panels Installed at Australia’s Biggest Solar Plant

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency today celebrated a major milestone with the installation of the first solar panels at AGL’s large-scale solar plant in Nyngan, NSW.

Pre-Mooring Safety Inspections at Trieste, Italy

The SIOT/TAL Terminal at Trieste has advised that the TAL Pre-Mooring Safety Inspection program will be modified from 1 September. The checks at road will affect:

MPHRP's Welfare Responder Training in Manila

Few people are as devoted to seafarers’ wellbeing as MPHRP’s partners, which include the members of the International Seafarers Welfare and Assistance Network

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Update on Investigation into Carnival Splendor Cruise Ship Engine Room Fire

The investigation of the fire that occurred in an engine room of the Carnival Splendor on November 8 is being investigated by Panama, the country under which the vessel was flagged.

Update on Investigation into Carnival Splendor Cruise Ship Engine Room Fire

The investigation of the fire that occurred in an engine room of the Carnival Splendor on November 8 is being investigated by Panama, the country under which the vessel was flagged.

NTSB Releases Preliminary Report On Its Investigation Of Tour Boat Collision In Philadelphia

In its continuing investigation of a collision involving a barge and an amphibious passenger vessel, the National Transportation Safety Board has released a preliminary report as an update on the status of the investigation.

(SB-10-32) NTSB To Hold Fishing Vessel Safety Forum In October

Washington, DC - The National Transportation Safety Board will hold a forum on fishing vessel safety beginning Wednesday, October 13, 2010 at 9:00 am. The two-day forum will be chaired by NTSB Board Member Robert Sumwalt.

(SB-10-30) NTSB Issues Recommendations To Coast Guard On The Use Of Cell Phones And Wireless Devices While Operating Vessels

Washington, DC - The National Transportation Safety Board today issued two recommendations to the U.S. Coast Guard regarding the use of cell phones and similar wireless devices aboard vessels.

NTSB Launching Team to Investigate Pipeline Accident that Spilled Crude Oil Into River in Michigan

The National Transportation Safety Board has launched a go-team to investigate yesterday's pipeline accident and resulting oil spill in Marshall, Michigan.

NTSB Issues Update On Its Investigation Of Tour Boat Collision In Philadelphia

In its continuing investigation of a collision involving a barge and an amphibious passenger vessel, the National Transportation Safety Board has developed the following factual information:

NTSB Launches Team To Investigate Tour Boat Collision In Philadelphia; Press Briefing Tonight

The National Transportation Safety Board has launched a Go Team to investigate a collision involving a tour boat and a barge early this afternoon. Local officials have reported that 2 passengers are missing in the accident.

Update On NTSB's Investigation Of The May 8 Staten Island Ferry Accident

On Saturday, May 8, 2010, the National Transportation Safety Board launched a team to the New York City Borough of Staten Island to investigate an accident involving a Staten Island ferry. The passenger ferry, Andrew J. Barberi, departed Whitehall Ferry Terminal in lower Manhattan for its regularly scheduled voyage to St. George's Ferry Terminal, Staten Island. At approximately, 9:19 a.m. (EDT), the vessel struck the boarding apron and transition bridge on slip No. 5 of the pier on Staten Island. At the time of the accident, there were 18 crewmembers, 2 New York City police officers, 2 concessionaires and 244 passengers on the ferry. Forty-eight persons reported minor injuries. The NTSB's on- scene investigation was completed on Saturday, May 15. Below is an update on the Safety Board's ongoing investigation.

NTSB Launches Team To Investigate Staten Island Ferry Accident

The National Transportation Safety Board has launched a go-team to today's marine accident in Staten Island, New York. At approximately 9:22 a.m., the Staten Island Ferry Andrew Barberi collided into the St. George terminal pier.

Latest Maritime News and Press Release

Big Bear Chamber To Mix it Up at Captain John's Marina

Captain John's Fawn Harbor and Marina will host a mixer for the Big Bear Chamber of Commerce on April 22, 2014 and invites members to get their feet wet in more ways than one.

Technocrane Inc. Announces Two New Lines of Marine Cranes

Technocrane Inc. has announced the launch of two new lines of marine cranes to be distributed through the North, Central and South American market.

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