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Wednesday, April 24, 2024

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Jonathan Whitworth (Photo: Gulf Copper and Manufacturing Corporation)

Whitworth Joins Gulf Copper Board

forward to working with my fellow board members and the management team in continuing to deliver on their past success while looking how best to grow the business.”Whitworth has over 30 years of maritime industry experience and held leadership positions at ExxonMobil, SeaRiver Maritime and Teekay Shipping before being appointed CEO of Maritrans Inc. and later CEO of Seaspan ULC. Seaspan is one of Canada’s largest marine conglomerates which included three shipyards focusing on commercial ship repair and government ship repair and new construction. Seaspan is also the largest operator of

John Adams  (Photo: V.Group)

Adams Appointed as Managing Director of V.Ships

V.Group has appointed John Adams as managing director of V.Ships UK Ltd. Adams brings a wealth of experience from 30 years at Teekay Shipping, most recently holding the position of Managing Director, Glasgow and Chair of the Operational Leadership Team.In his time at Teekay, Adams played a key leadership role during Teekay’s growth, integrating acquisitions into the expanding fleet operations. He is also Chairman of Bahamas Shipowners’ Association and Vice Chair at the International Chamber of Shipping, where he Chairs a strategic industry Working Group focusing on meeting the IMO GHG

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SMT’s Tech Division Offers Polar Code Training

.In anticipation of the increase in maritime traffic in the polar regions both for leisure and commercial purposes, Stream Marine’s Technical Training division has developed the world’s first Bahamas Maritime approved Polar Code/Polar Survival training course in partnership with Teekay Shipping.Available since January 2019, the course prepares crew regarding the actions they need to take in order to survive in icy seas for up to 5 days, as per the current requirement, in the unlikely event of abandoning ship in some of the remotest and hostile areas on the planet.SMT’s course

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Tug Operators Plan Strike at Port Hedland

Tug boat operators plan short strike at top Australian iron ore port Tug boat engineers at Port Hedland, Australia's biggest iron ore port, plan to stop work for four hours on Nov. 12 over a pay dispute, threatening exports from BHP Billiton and Fortescue Metals Group , according to tug operator Teekay Shipping. The Australian Institute of Marine & Power Engineers (AIMPE) has given notice of the stoppage, Teekay said, adding that it exempted towage already under way. AIMPE Federal Secretary Martin Byrne said the action was aimed at having "minimal impact" on the port's users and

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