AI is the next step in increasing safety in ship operations
The next evolution in ship operations will be the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to improve maritime safety and reduce human error.
With Project Resolve ship accepted, Davie pins hopes on icebreakers
Davie and Federal Fleet Services have been pushing a proposal to provide the Canadian Government with icebreaking and services by converting available icebreaking offshore tonnage, such as Edison Chouest Offshore’s Aiviq, to meet Canada’s needs.
Foss brings in 498 utility trucks to aid Puerto Rico power restoration
The shipment, from a coalition of 19 U.S. electric companies, included bucket trucks, line trucks, pickups, aerial lifts, CAT skid-steer loaders, digger derricks, and pull trailers.
American Salvage Association elects new leadership team
The mission of the American Salvage Association is to be a unifying association of the commercial marine salvage industry, serving as the definitive spokesman for the industry in Washington, D.C. and elsewhere in North, Central and South America as well as the Caribbean.