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Conrad Shipyard’s new facility can handle barges up to 600 feet

12/2/2014

This year Conrad Shipyard has transformed an additional 50 acres adjacent to its current deepwater facility in Amelia, La., into a vessel building facility.   Continued »

 

Corvus Energy unveils new liquid cooled version of its Energy Storage System (ESS) Module

12/2/2014

Corvus Energy has created a new liquid cooled version of its industry leading Energy Storage System (ESS) module.   Continued »

 

Hydraulic device helps to meet noise standard in a big way

12/2/2014

Wilkes & McLean is an industry leading manufacturer of hydraulic noise and shock suppressors.   Continued »

 

Conrad Shipyard seeks to fill key positions

12/2/2014

Conrad Shipyard, Morgan City, La., seeks to fill positions in two key areas — project management and quality.   Continued »

 

PYPLOK from W&O receives additional onboard application approvals from the Coast Guard

12/2/2014

Coast Guard has issued an acceptance letter for PYPLOK mechanical fittings. The letter for PYPLOK, a Tube-Mac Industries Ltd., product line, approves its use in a wide range of new applications onboard vessels.   Continued »

 

New Stearn immersion suit extends cold-water emergency survival by four times beyond the current standard

12/2/2014

The Coleman Company has created a revolutionary new U.S. Coast Guard-approved immersion suit under its Stearns Thermashield 24+ line.   Continued »

 

Duramax introduces new keel cooler design and Durablue composite rudder bushing

12/2/2014

Duramax Marine has engineered a unique keel cooler design that should turn heads at the 2014 International WorkBoat Show.   Continued »

 

Kongsberg services offshore business from New Orleans office

12/2/2014

Kongsberg Maritime opened its New Orleans office in 2003 with only nine employees. Today, the office has more than 100 people dedicated to meeting the offshore technology needs of the Gulf of Mexico.   Continued »

 

Simrad CS68 integrated ECDIS system

12/2/2014

Designed specifically for the commercial market, the fully IMO-certified Simrad CS68 integrated ECDIS system has been built to industry-leading standards of reliability, simplicity of installation and ease of operation.   Continued »

 

Phoenix lighting fixtures

12/2/2014

Phoenix Products Company Inc. is privately held company founded in 1892 in Milwaukee.   Continued »

 
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