Gray Offshore Takes Over Ocean Deck Barge from Poland

first_img此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站?确定 Print  Close zoom Gray Offshore took delivery of a 300’x100’x19’10” ABS Classed Ocean Deck Barge from Conrad Shipyard L.L.C.The Barge “Julius” is the first project delivered from Conrad Shipyard’s newest facility, Deepwater South, in Amelia, LA. Dan Conrad, Senior Vice President, states “To be able to deliver barges of this size and quality, on time and on budget, from this facility is evident of diversity and commitment to our valued customers such as John Gray.”“This addition to our fleet, with its 6000lbs/ft2, heavy duty deck configuration and radial “spoon” bow, offers our customers optimal solutions for their heavy lift needs. Adding the “Julius” to our growing Ocean Barge fleet currently consisting of two 260’ ABS barges “Cordie” and “Gwendolyn”, also constructed at Conrad, gives our customers more options and is the right fit to satisfy the markets need to move increasingly heavier over dimensional and project cargos both internationally and domestically” says John Gray President of Gray Offshore and its affiliated Gray Barge Companies, who also provide a fleet of over 90 inland, spud, waste, rock, and deck barges for charter.Barge “Julius” has a 6000 psf Uniform Deck Payload built with 3/4” plate, 1/2” side plate, 3 longitudinal corrugated bulkheads, 7 transverse corrugated bulkheads; and features 6 all recessed bitts, 12 kevels, 32 manholes, 32 watertight compartments, 3 towing eyes and many other enhanced usability features. Deadweight capacity is listed at 9,842lt and lightship draft is listed at 3.057’. The “Julius” is US Flagged and Jones Act compliant. My location Gray Offshore, March 27, 2014last_img read more

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Morocco Second Largest Exporter of Goods to Southern Brazil

Rabat – Morocco ranked second place among countries exporting goods to the Rio Grande Port in Southern Brazil, in the period from January through July 2015, according to the Huffpost Maghreb, citing Brazilian sources.The administration of Rio Grande Port conducted an investigation on the origin of imports and found that Russia and Morocco topped the international exporters respectively.During seven months, the two countries together exported around one million tons of goods. Russia was top on the list of largest exporters with 438,196 tons of goods unloaded in Brazil, followed by Morocco (340,390), US (331,133) Argentina(311,795), Qatar (229,984), China (196,862) and Lithuania (155,495) tons.The study also revealed that the main Moroccan products exported were phosphate accounting more than 975,000 tons, followed by petrochemical products such as fuels and chemicals totaling over 200,000 tons.According to the same source, the imports unloaded at the Rio Grande port during this period totaled 3,345,177 tons.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed without permission. read more

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