oceangoing


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used on the high seas

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This year we are manufacturing an oceangoing ship for the National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science which is currently being tested in the sea and will be delivered within one month time," Deputy Commander of the Iranian Navy for Coordination Rear Admiral Amir Rastegari said on Wednesday.
According to Scania, the addition of IMO Tier II certification means that more of its customers can benefit from the high engine torque offered by the company for coastal and oceangoing marine operations.
Shafii-Rudsari further said that the nation's second oceangoing ship named Iran-Shahrekord will be officially launched by the end of current Iranian year.
Scientist James Winebrake and his team note that most oceangoing ships burn fuels with a high sulfur content that averages 2.
China currently has 1,430 ports and 34,000 docking berths, with a fleet of 210,000 inland and oceangoing vessels capable of handling more than 86 million tons of cargo, according to a 7 December 2005 news report from the official wire agency Xinhua.
Adding three new oceangoing vessels to our global transportation network supports our strategy to increase the volume of crops we handle and expand the geographic footprint of our operations worldwide," said Royce Wilken, an officer of ADM Transportation.
Iran's oceangoing research ship has been launched and is now under different offshore tests near the coast," Hajizadeh Zaker said on Monday.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 14, 2011-ADM orders three dry-bulk oceangoing vessels for grain shipments(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Services: Represents 24 US-based companies that either own, operate or charter oceangoing tankers, container ships, dry bulk vessels, integrated tug barge units and other merchant marine vessels engaged in both the domestic and international trades or maintain a commercial interest in the operation of such oceangoing vessels.
The parties to the Basel Convention affirmed in October 2004 that aging oceangoing ships, often called "ghost ships," are to be considered toxic waste under international law, meaning they cannot be exported for dismantling.
There, phytoplankton bask in the sun's rays, absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and exhaling oxygen, while oceangoing bacteria scavenge organic matter from the water and breathe out carbon dioxide.
The new working group would take the lead on international air quality issues -- initially focusing on emission inventory methods, oceangoing vessel emissions and cleaner fuels.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran is preparing to launch its fist-home-made oceangoing research vessel in February, Managing Director of the Iranian National Institute for Oceanography (INIO) Vahid Chegini announced on Wednesday.
The hulls of oceangoing ships traditionally have been coated with toxic paints containing heavy metals such as copper and tributyltin, active ingredients that work by poisoning hull-hugging marine organisms such as barnacles, tube worms, and algae.
Vulcan's quarry produces a full range of construction aggregates that are transported on oceangoing, self-unloading vessels to markets along the U.