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CANADIAN SHIPBUILDING — 1985 —

REVIEW AND OUTLOOK The data in this annual statistical report brings home hard the fact that the Canadian shipbuilding, ship repairing and allied industries are at the crossroads. Policies must be implemented to strengthen our industry. A new

 

Big Towing/Supply Vessel Launched At Moss Point Marine

Moss Point Marine, Inc. of Escatawpa, Miss., recently launched a big towing/supply vessel for Intermarine of Houston. The vessel has an overall length of 218 feet, beam of 40 feet, and depth of 14 feet. It was named the Big Orange XXL "Intermarine needed a specialized vessel,

The Repowering Of QE2— The Largest Diesel Power Station Afloat

Editor's Note: This article is based on a paper presented by Werner Oehlers, senior engineer and sales manager-marine engines, MAN B&W Diesel GmbH, at a recent Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers-New York Metropolitan Section joint meeting.

Offshore-Inland Provides the Fix

Established in 1983 to provide timely, cost effective hydraulic remanufacturing services to the pulp and paper, marine, offshore and steel industries. Offshore Inland Services has dominated this niche. To extend its expertise within the oceangoing marine and offshore industry,

H e m p e l O f f e r s Brochure O n N e w T w o - I n - O ne M a r i n e C o a t i n g s S y s t em

Hempel's Marine Paints, a worldwide coatings manufacturer, is offering a free color brochure detailing their recently launched two-in-one solution for on-board repair and maintenance, Combi-Coat. The new two-in-one system combines both primer and finish in one coat,

DOT Regulations Prohibit Dumping Plastics At Sea

"By halting the discharge of plastic waste from ships, we are taking a major step to protect the world's marine environment," said Secretary of Transportation Samuel K. Skinner recently in announcing an interim final rule that prohibits the dumping of plastics,

LOOP Awards Training Contract To Marine- Safety International

MarineSafety International of New York, a wholly owned subsidiary of FlightSafety International, has announced it has signed a multiyear contract with LOOP Inc. to provide operational and safety training for mooring masters and vessel traffic controllers.

Maritime Association Names Parkhill New President, Buckley, VP

Charles B. Parkhill, president and chief executive o f f i c e r of South African Marine Corporation (U.S.A.) has been elected president of The Maritime Assotion of the Port of New York. He succeeds Charles T. O'Neill, president of Jaton Environ, Inc.

New Salvage Technique Developed In Sweden

A new way of salvaging ships by the use of a highly sophisticated balancing/regulating technique has been developed by the Gothenburg firm of MP Consult. The method also can be used for the accurate positioning of subsea pipelines. A s u b m

V a l m e t ' s N e w A u t o m a t i on System O r d e r e d For T wo Product C a r r i e r s At H y u n d ai

A research project by the Royal Norwegian Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, "Ship of the Future," has led to an active cooperation between shipowners, suppliers, shipyards, and research institutions in the field of ship automation.

 
 
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