Durrell, Irving Shipbuilding Eye $35B Shipbuilding Deal: Posted 10/11/11 at 09:27

As the builder of 80% of Canada’s current Surface Combatant fleet, Halifax, Nova Scotia-based Irving Shipbuilding is justifiably confident in its bid to win a sizable portion of the Canadian government’s estimated $35b National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy contract

19th Annual Seminar of the International Marine Contractors Association:
Delegates from all over the world will be gathering in New Orleans in a matter of weeks for the 19th Annual Seminar of the International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA).  With its theme ‘The Future of Marine & Subsea Operations’, the two day event gets off to a flying start on Wednesday 9 November

Great Lakes Shipyard Begins Workboat Construction: Posted 10/11/11 at 08:55 AM
At Great Lakes Shipyard, Cleveland, OH, the laying of the keel marks the start of construction on a 60-foot work boat for the Port of Milwaukee. The city of Milwaukee, Wisconsin awarded the contract in June 2011

GE to Supply U.S. Navy with Fuel Control Kits: Posted 10/11/11 at 08:48 AM
GE to Supply United States Navy with Additional LM2500 Digital Fuel Control Retrofit Kits. One kit for T-AOE-8 Fast Combat Ship Retrofit.GE Marine reports that the United States Navy has ordered an additional 16 Digital Fuel Control (DFC) kits for LM2500 marine aeroderivative gas turbines

Hoyer Motors Gains ABS Approval of Motors: Posted 10/11/11 at 08:25 AM
Hoyer Motors has received the first design approval from ABS (American Bureau of Shipping) of IE2 motors. More approvals are expected.Hoyer Motors has acquired the first approval of their IE2 marine motors