A tanker is a ship designed to transport liquids in bulk tankers for the transport of fluids, such as crude oil, petroleum products, liquefied petroleum gas, liquefied natural gas and chemicals, also vegetable oils, wine and other food - the tanker sector comprises one third of the world tonnage. Program executive office ships - manages acquisition and complete life-cycle support for all us navy non-nuclear surface ships these ships range from frontline combatants to amphibious ships that transport marines and their equipment to supply and replenishment cargo ships america class amphibious assault ship (lha (r)) amphibious. Navios maritime midstream partners lp, an owner and operator of tanker vessels, announced that its board of directors has received a proposal from navios maritime acquisition corporation pursuant to which navios acquisition would acquire the publicly held shares of navios midstream not already owned by navios acquisition in a stock for units exchange. The planned acquisition of the vessels represents a major capital expenditure which will require the approval of the bc ferries commissioner under section 55 of the coastal ferry act.
Navios maritime midstream partners lp, an owner and operator of tanker vessels, announced that its board of directors has received a proposal from navios maritime acquisition corporation.
The project envisages the delivery to the bulgarian navy of two multi-purpose modular patrol vessels, and other items including training of crews for the two ships, as well as integrated logistics support, over three years.
However, any cargo may be carried in these vessels, including part cargoes of dry bulk items or, when carried in deep tanks, bulk liquids such as petroleum and vegetable oils “foreign-flag vessel” means any vessel of foreign registry including vessels owned by us citizens but registered in a nation other than the united states. Two island-class vessels are currently under construction and three salish-class ships joined the fleet last year bc ferries holds the design rights to both classes of vessels and will specify that the new vessels are to be built identically to ensure interoperability.
The design commonality in each contract and among contracts, combined with the continuity of the small team involved in their procurement resulted in very cost effective life cycle support there were, however, significant negatives in this procurement approach, including high acquisition cost and lengthy processes. The expected delivery date for the first two of these vessels is in 2020, with the following two ships delivered in 2021 the second rfeoi is for the construction of one 107-metre salish class vessel with a capacity of 600 passengers and 138 vehicles.
The plan pursues acquisition strategies to build ships more quickly and affordably and places top priority on sustaining the industrial base now and for the future ultimately, the plan supports the navy's overall effort to build the navy the nation needs to protect the homeland, defend the interests of america and its allies abroad, and preserve america's strategic influence around the world. Both ship disposal solicitations are included within the virtual office of acquisition webpage for ship disposal offerors can submit one general technical proposal for the dismantlement/recycling of obsolete national defense reserve fleet vessels which can be applied to either solicitation or both, as indicated by the offeror.
The solicitation describes the process for the submittal of general technical proposals(gtp), the evaluation criteria of the gtps, the establishment of a pool of qualified ship disposal facilities, the process for solicitation, among the qualified facilities, of sales offers and revised price quotations, and the criteria for award of sales contracts and/or ship disposal services contracts. Under this act, government agencies acquiring, either within or outside the united states, supplies that may require ocean transportation shall ensure that at least 50 percent of the gross tonnage of these supplies (computed separately for dry bulk carriers, dry cargo liners, and tankers) is transported on privately owned us-flag commercial vessels to the extent that such vessels are available at rates that are fair and reasonable for us-flag commercial vessels.