When Teekay Foam established a water leak within the internal pipe of the scrubber overboard system, UMC was called in to provide a solution. The leak was between the sea valve and the aperture, and a concrete box had been previously installed
It was announced by M. Lee Rice, president, Ogden Transportation Corporation, that effective January 1, 1978 several senior executive changes will become effective at Avondale Shipyards, Inc., a principal subsidiary of Ogden Corporation, New York, N.
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
Norfolk Shipbuilding and Drydock Corporation (Norshipco), Norfolk, Va., has announced two multimillion-dollar projects for the firm's Berkley plant: Norshipco has signed a contract in excess of 15 million dollars with the Brazilian shipyard Ishikawajima do Brasil-Estaleiros S.
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.
William A. Snell has joined the J.J. Henry Co., Inc., naval architects and marine engineers, as assistant marketing manager for the commercial sector, and will be based in the Moorestown, N.J. office. He will report to David F. McMullen, assistant vice president,
To strengthen its a b i l i t y to serve the marine industry, Hayward Manufacturing Company has formed a new division to be called Hayward Marine Products. The new division combines Mechanical Marine with Hayward Products. This new division will be responsible for design,
China's Cosco Dalian is ranked as the leading Chinese repair yard, the yard's facilities including three floating docks (one, at 180,000 dwt capacity - the largest in China) and Panamax size docks, and six berths of approximately 2.000 m in length plus two repair buoys inside its confines.
Avondale Shipyards, Inc. of New Orleans, a subsidiary of Ogden Corporation, recently laid the keel for the U.S. Navy auxiliary oiler Willamette (AO-I8O). She is the fourth in a series of five that Avondale is building for the Navy. Named for