Brenock Technology LLC, a provider of software applications and consulting services for industries including the cruise, marine and hospitality sectors, announced on October 28 its new employee engagement and idea… Read More
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MAPEI recently introduced Ultraplan Marine Fire, a high-performance, quick-setting, fiber-reinforced, self-leveling underlayment. A global product that is now produced in MAPEI’s U.S. factories and available for the North American market,… Read More
By Robert Beaumont Schuyler Maritime After years of traveling across the country visiting docks in pursuit of customers for his custom designed and fabricated vessel fenders, Dale Langley noticed that… Read More
TeleSense, whose website proclaims it “the future of post-harvest grain management,” says it is poised to revolutionize grain storage and secure the food supply chain. Based in Sunnyvale, Calif., TeleSense… Read More
As the push for green emissions-free energy sources continues, attention has been focused on the development of batteries that can efficiently store and provide energy. In Germany, a company called… Read More
By late May, Jerry Brown had a problem. As a port engineer for JB Marine Service in St. Louis, Mo., Brown had the responsibility for measuring the “set points” of… Read More
TIMCO Industries’ new Temperature Entry Access System (T.E.A.S.) allows automated, touchless temperature taking with applications for the marine industry and beyond. Claire Otter, vice president of TIMCO, based in New… Read More