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Career Moves: US Offshore Wind Powering Up

. He added, “That’s why we had training organizations attend as well.”Kent said Vineyard Wind works closely with training organizations. The company has funded, via contractors, training for protected species observers. It has funded apprenticeship programs and works with the Business Network for Offshore Wind to assist smaller companies interested in wind energy opportunities. It created a program called the “Offshore Experience” to expose union members to life offshore. It has worked with the University of Massachusetts and Dartmouth on mariner training and licensing

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Ransomware: The IT Danger on the Horizon

“Evasive Threats, Pervasive Effects,”  Trend Micro recorded a 77% uptick in ransomware attacks between the second half of 2018 and the first half of 2019, and it’s clear that this threat will only get worse.So how does this affect the maritime industry? And how should a global business network struggling with technology integration across the board deal with this aggressive mode of attack?Over the last 10 years, the integration of operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) systems in the maritime environment has accelerated dramatically. Onboard ships, modern network

International Propeller Club Looks for new Executive VP

The International Propeller Club of the United States is looking for a new Executive Vice President to lead its Fairfax, Virginia office in early 2019.The International Propeller Club is an international business network dedicated to the promotion of the maritime industry, commerce, and global trade. It has 5,000 members in more than 75 ports around the world who represent a cross-section of the maritime industry. The Propeller Club is ninety-one years old and serves as the premier networking organization of the maritime industry.Interested persons may learn more about the Propeller Club at http://www.

International Propeller Club Looks for new Executive VP

The International Propeller Club of the United States is looking for a new Executive Vice President to lead its Fairfax, Virginia office in early 2019.The International Propeller Club is an international business network dedicated to the promotion of the maritime industry, commerce, and global trade. It has 5,000 members in more than 75 ports around the world who represent a cross-section of the maritime industry. The Propeller Club is ninety-one years old and serves as the premier networking organization of the maritime industry.Interested persons may learn more about the Propeller Club at http://www.

Suzanne Beckstoffer, an accomplished engineering leader and business woman, the first woman president in SNAME’s 125 year history. Photo: HII/NNS

One-on-One with Suzanne Beckstoffer

.You are set to take over as SNAME president in 2019, the first woman president of the organization. Why did you want the job?SNAME has been my professional organization throughout my entire career. SNAME has provided many education and leadership opportunities and is the backbone of my maritime business network. I’ve also served as a volunteer at local, regional, and national levels for more than three decades. Now it’s an honor to represent my industry and I’m looking forward to serving as President as SNAME celebrates 125 years.Looking at the organization today compared to when

Port of Antwerp Looking for Full-Time Representative in the UK

to further raise Antwerp’s profile on the British market," said a press statement from the company.   Concerning the job description, Luc Arnouts, the Port Authority’s International Networks manager explained: “We expect this person to develop a relevant local business network, to fly the flag for the port of Antwerp and to act as intermediary between British demand and the solutions that Antwerp has to offer.”   Attracting additional sources of trade and cargo will also form part of the new port representative’s job.   With an annual freight

Tammy Emerson

W&O’s Emerson Elected Propeller Club VP

She is also a member of Jacksonville Area Ship Repair Association and the Propeller Club – Port of Tampa. The Propeller Club of Jacksonville strongly advocates for the maritime industry in the Port of Jacksonville, across the United States and abroad. The Propeller Club of Jacksonville is a business network dedicated to the promotion of commerce, global trade and the maritime industry. wosupply.co

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