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In 2010 the Port of Fujairah decided to expand its marine Oil Terminal 2 (OT2) by realising two new berths capable…
Gert-Jan Roelevink, maritime project manager, MUC Engineering, Fujairah,…
Edition: Edition 61
When sea-going vessels slow down to enter port, their rudder effectiveness and manoeuvrability become restricted by the loss of water flow…
Marinus Jansen, technical innovations manager, Rotortug, Rotterdam, The…
Edition: Edition 60
Captain Terry Hughes, FNI FRIN, Founder, International Maritime Consultancy discusses how in September the International Association of Marine Aids to Navigation…
Captain Terry Hughes, FNI FRIN, Founder, International Maritime…
Edition: Edition 60
Today, one of the single most important and financially consequential decisions made by pilot associations is the selection and acquisition of…
Captain Robert Thompson, presiding officer, Houston Pilots, Texas,…
Edition: Edition 59
In this feature, Chris Lloyd, director at UK-based Flexcrete Technologies Limited, looks at the damaging effects of chlorides in seawater, as…
Chris Lloyd, director, Flexcrete Technologies Limited, Leyland, Lancashire,…
Edition: Edition 58
This article explores how some imperceptibly small changes during ship approach can mean the difference between a normal berthing and serious…
Mike Harrison, director, Inshore Systems, Cirencester, UK
Edition: Edition 58
Today ports, pilots and maritime authorities can choose from many mobile, web-based applications with which to run their businesses. Still, some…
Christene Best, vice-president, sales and marketing, Klein Systems…
Edition: Edition 57

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