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Port Of Portland Elects Officers For 1980

The Port of Portland (Ore.) Commission recently elected Joseph M. Edgar its president for 1980. Mr. Edgar has served on the commission since August 1973, and was president in 1977. Other officers for the nine-member board elected at the regular meeting were Alan Green Jr.

 

Pearlson Begins Construction Of World's Largest Ship Transfer System

Pearlson Engineering Company, Inc. of Miami has begun work on the world's largest ship transfer system that will be installed at Vickers Shipbuilding and Engineering Limited in Barrow-in Furness, England, as part of the yard's Submarine Facilities Project.

N a v y Awards $822 M i l l i o n To Ingalls For Construction O f LHD-1 Assault Ship

The U.S. Navy has awarded Ingalls Shipbuilding division of Litton Industries an $822,042,026 increase to a previously awarded $140.9-million contract that will allow the shipyard to begin detail design and construction of the lead ship of a new class of multipurpose amphibious assault ships,

United States Lines Flying High Again

As far back to the early 1900's when the transatlantic crossing ruled the day, the motto of the cruise ship industry was to provide passengers with a vacation that was both relaxing and hospitable. For the most part, the majority of these passengers

Shipbuilders Council Elects Officers

At the 55th Annual Meeting of the Shipbuilders Council of America, four Regional vice presidents were elected, as follows: for the Atlantic Coast—P. Takis Veliotis, president and general manager, Quincy Shipbuilding Division, General Dynamics Corporation; for the Great Lakes—Thomas J.

Canadian Firms Order Two Semisubmersibles In $300-Million Order

Two semisubmersible offshore mobile drilling units worth about $150 million (Canadian) each have been ordered jointly by two Canadian companies. Bow Valley Industries and Husky Oil Operations announced recently that the rigs had been ordered from Canadian and Norwegian yards.

MarAd Study Details 'Multiplier Effect' Of U.S.-Flag Merchant Fleet

An updated, input-output, economic analysis of America's maritime industries just released by the Commerce Department's Maritime Administration indicates that each dollar in sales by the U.S. merchant marine adds another $3.81 to the national economy.

MARCO Pacific To Build New Design Tuna Purse Seiner

MARCO Pacific Shipbuilding Corporation, a subsidiary of MARCO Seattle, has announced plans to build a new design tuna purse seiner. The vessel is 58 meters long, 11.5 meters wide, and 5 meters deep, with a carrying capacity of 700 metric tons of frozen tuna in 12 refrigerated brine wells.

S i f c o P r o v i d es O n b o a r d P l a t i n g - L i t e r a t u r e A v a i l a b le

Sifco Metachemical-Dalic, Cleveland, Ohio, a division of Sifco Industries, has available literature describing their Dalic Maritime Contract Plating Services. Dalic p l a t i n g e q u i p m e n t is brought to the ship by trained Dalic technicians who do the work onboard.

Gulf Mississippi Marine Corp. Awarded Nine-Vessel Contract

Pott Industries Inc., 611 East Marceau Street, St. Louis, Mo. 63111, have announced that Gulf Mississippi Marine Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary providing marine services worldwide to the offshore industry, has been awarded a contract by Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company,

 
 
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