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JUL 2017

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Page 41 of 68 July 2017 / st 41 competitiveness. The analysis is supplemented by a survey of more than 250 industry experts worldwide. In the Middle East, India and Africa, Dubai was ranked the leading maritime center, confirming its regional status as the dominant hub. The city has also strengthened its overall global position compared to the 2015 report, moving up from 13th to 10th. The report predicts the city will become the world's sixth most important maritime center by 2022. ACO Marine Sees Opportunity In Russian Fisheries Sector Gietech GmbH and ACO Marine have signed a nonex- clusive sales and service agreement aimed at increasing ACO's leverage in the developing Russian fisheries sector. While the total Russian catch has increased to about 4.5 million tonnes recently, the fishing fleet is reducing and ag- ing. ACO could fill a need for wastewater treatment systems. Guildline Instruments Accepts Orders via OSIL Guildline Instruments Ltd. is accepting orders on its new 300L Fluid Bath through global resellers Ocean Scientific international Ltd. (OSIL). The new 5600 Series larger design was implemented in response to customer requests for a larger fluid bath. The 5600 Series has 50, 75 or 100L configurations available. MacArtney Supplies Solution For Rescue Vessel MacArtney's French subsidiary supplied and installed a solution for the newly built rescue vessel Sirius comprising a Kongsberg EM 2040 Dual RX multibeam echosounder. The inertial sensor Kongsberg Seapath 300 was also part of the scope. The scope also covers a QPS QINSy hydro- graphic data software package and MacArtney's CORMAC Q2 winch. Sirius is additionally equipped with the sound veloc- ity sensors Valeport Midas SVX2 for profiling and Valeport miniSVS for surface measurement. IMarEST Moves into Myanmar The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Tech- nology (IMarEST) has officially launched a new branch in Yangon, Myanmar. The Myanmar Branch is the latest branch to be launched in the Asia-Pacific region, following a launch of a branch in Manila last year. Vessel Casualty Guide "Anatomy of an Accident," a new publication from The Swedish Club, provides unique insight into the huge coor- dinated exercise that surrounds a serious vessel casualty. Il- lustrating just how easily an incident can escalate, the guide explores the various parties and processes involved in deal- ing with an emergency situation. Developed out of The Swedish Club's Emergency Re- sponse Training program, "Anatomy of an Accident" focuses on a realistic incident scenario to test how operations are affected when dealing with an incident, reinforce who is re- sponsible for which action during an emergency, and ensure that a shipowner's emergency response plan works with the individual elements interacting and supporting one another should a real crisis occur. ST N EW Mini Rosette ® /CTD Water Sampler 1018 M with Model 316 or 320 Idronaut CTD Improved Electronics Low Power Consumption • Light-weight, small, compact • Allows operation from a small boat • Conducting cable or battery-powered • Programmable timed operations • Pressure activated bottle closing (optional) • Deep & shallow water models available • Optional Teflon ® coated Water Sampler • CTD compatible • Flag Pulse to CTD A/D input General Oceanics Inc. 1295 N.W. 163 St., Miami, FL 33169 Tel: (305) 621-2882, Fax: (305) 621-1710 E-mail: Li - Ion Batteries • Highest capacity, reliability, safety • Your power source for subsea, AUV, ROV A d d e d Va l u e • MIL-STD, API17, ISO 13628 approved • IPC class 3 production • Customizing and personal support p CO 2 Analyzer • Auto-calibration & cleaning SubCtech GmbH p CO 2 Analyzer OceanPack™ FerryBox Subsea Sensors AUV Batteries Battery Systems Ocean Engineering

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