Pacific Maritime Magazine News Online, July 30, 2013

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  • on July 30, 2013
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Safe Berth Warranty Revisited


By Marilyn Raia 


A recent decision from the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, In Re Petition of Frescati Shipping Company, Ltd., 2013 WL 2099746 (2013) should be of interest, if not concern, to many in the maritime industry. Addressing multiple claims with an incomplete factual record, the Third Circuit revisited the intent and scope of the safe berth warranty in a charter agreement. The Facts of the Case…… (Read Full Article)


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Former Longview Exec Hired at Port of Port Angeles

by Mark Edward Nero

Former Port of Longview Executive Director Ken O’Hollaren, who retired at the end of 2012 after more than three decades on the job, is back, but this time at the Port of Port Angeles…(Read Full Article)



MARAD Reveals Shipyard Grant Recipients

by Mark Edward Nero

Twelve shipyards across the United States, including one in Washington state, have been awarded a total of $9.46 million in grants for a variety of projects including infrastructure improvements and equipment upgrades to increase operational competitiveness and quality vessel construction…(Read Full Article)



San Pedro Bay Ports Honor Air Quality Award Winners

by Mark Edward Nero


The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach recently honored five companies for their efforts in fighting harmful emissions during the 2013 Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP) Air Quality Awards in San Pedro…(Read Full Article)




Study: APM Terminals First in Productivity

by Mark Edward Nero


APM Terminals Yokohama has been ranked the most productive terminal in the world by a recently released study by trade and transportation intelligence and data company JOC Group…(Read Full Article)

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