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
The appointment of Kenneth K. George to operations comptroller, shipbuilding division, in Bethlehem Steel Corporation's accounting department, has been announced by Dirck W. Armitage, assistant comptroller, operations accounting. Mr. George is
The 24th ship of the series of 31 Spruanceclass destroyers designed and being built by Litton Industries' Ingalls Shipbuilding Division was commissioned into active U.S. Navy service in Pascagoula, Miss., recently. The 7,800-ton, 563-foot-long Harry W.
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
Five years after they were ordered, delivery by Korea Shipbuilding & Engineering Corp. (KSEC) of six advanced combination carriers worth $171 million has begun to two Norwegian owners. KSEC said four of the 37,000-dwt products/ore/ bulk/oil carriers were built for Klavness Co.
The Canadian Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing Association recently held its 35th Annual Technical Conference in the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, Quebec. Closed sessions of the 95-member organization were held on the first day of the conference
International management consultants H.B. Maynard and Company, Inc., 60 East 42nd Street, New York, N.Y. 10017, have designed a development plan for the DIANCA Naval Shipyard at Puerto Cabello, Venezuela, to increase shipyard capacity substantially over the next two years.
Keyes Offshore, Inc. of Houston, a major drilling rig owner and contractor to the offshore industry, has contracted with Ingalls Shipbuilding of Pascagoula, Miss., to build another Friede & Goldman L-780, Mod 2 jackup drilling rig. This is the
Anthony C. Brown, senior vice president of J.J. Henry Co., Inc., naval architects and marine engineers, recently announced the following promotions in the J.J. Henry Moorestown, N.J., office. William J. Smith has been appointed chief of HVAC and Hull Piping Engineering / Design Department,
Bailey Refrigeration Company recently completed a top-to-bottom cleaning and charging of the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt's after ship's stores refrigeration system. The 81,600-ton carrier is currently nearing completion at Newport News Shipbuilding in Virginia.