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“Terminal operators should take precautions that

They said it ...

are relevant to the speci? cs of their own operation.

Bigger ships and greater container volumes will only augment the exposures that are already inherent in their current operations.”

Phillip Emmanuel, TT Club, putting into perspective some of the sensationalism surrounding the recent growth trend in container ships.

“The choice of ballast water treatment system should not be the major constraint on a ves- sel’s potential business or resale value.”

Stephen Westerling Greer, Alfa La val

Halul Offshore (See story page 57) “This is another example of an initiative that moves the in- dustry beyond concepts towards the reality of a design that “The current dry dock that we have, the “Pride of San Diego,” has a 26,000 can be built,” ton lift capacity.

The new one we’re having built is 55,000 ton .

Nick Brown, Lloyd’s Register’s

Marine Chief Operating Of? cer

Bob Koerber, GM, BAE Systems Ship Repair, San Diego, CA (see story page 70) (See story page 52) 13

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