Inslee M. Rigdon, vice president of Tampa Barge and Ship Repair Services of Tampa, Fla., has announced the appointments of Arthur Benson as executive assistant to the president, Bill Basse as supervisor of steel erection planning and layout, and
With a turnover of more than 50 percent, 2001 proved extremely successful for ASRY — the yard repaired more than 104 vessels — 18 of which were more than 175,000 dwt. Dock occupancy remained high throughout the year with the graving dock achieving
James W. Steadman has been appointed vice president, production of Halter Marine, Inc., with responsibility for the production activities of all Halter shipyards and production centers. The announcement was made by Harold P. Halter, president
James W. Steadman has joined Halter Marine, Inc., as vice president, special assignments, with overall responsibility f o r the Halter CATUG project at Chickasaw, Ala. Halter is building six of the giant propulsion units for an integrated tug/barge
Santa Fe International Corporation recently announced that it has awarded shipyard contracts f o r the construction of a jackup drilling unit and the conversion of two construction barges into drilling vessels. The new jackup, Santa Fe Rig 134,
Clyde Iron, Newark, Del., a unit of AMCA International Corporation, is now offering a second generation revolving crane—the Clyde Hydra-Whirley™—for shipbuilding, port operations, and heavy construction. Gantry or barge-mounted, the Clyde Hydra-Whirley
Newpark Shipbuilding & Repair, Inc. has opened a $2-million barge-cleaning and gas-freeing facility on the Houston Ship Channel, capable of providing a wide range of vessel-cleaning services with extensive environmental safeguards. John W. Sansing,
American Commercial Barge Line announced the following appointments: Larry Cornett. Keith White and Reuben R. Bush have joined ACBL as Fleet Managers in the Planning Center; James Benjamin Chandler, Theus Slemmons and Jackie Hansford have been
Genstar Pacific Corporation of San Francisco, Calif., a Genstar Limited company, has announced the appointment of Gregor G. Peterson as president and chief executive officer of the company. H.D. Edelen, formerly president, now becomes chairman.
Northwest Marine Iron Works, Portland, Ore., ship repair firm, has been awarded a $1.4-million contract to link the forward and aft sections of a ship that now is undergoing major conversion at the Port of Portland's Swan Island Ship Repair Yard.