series of huge aluminum tanks nearing completion in Mobile, Ala., soon will be playing a significant role in helping the nation meet its energy requirements. The 15 mammoth all-welded containers are being assembled by Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation
Avondale Shipyards, Inc., New Orleans, La., a subsidiary of Ogden Corporation, recently launched the first of a series of four segregated ballast tankers for The Standard Oil Company (Ohio). The new ships will sail under charter to SPC Shipping Inc.
The 150-foot bunkering tanker Reiss Marine was recently delivered by Blount Marine Corporation of Warren, R.I., to Superior, Wis. The vessel will be operated by the Marine Fueling Division of Reiss Oil Terminal Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of The C.
"Full train testing" of an integrated Cargo Pumping System engineered by the IMO Pump Division, DeLaval Turbine Inc. has just been completed at the company's test facilities in Trenton, N.J. The "train" includes the largest rotary screw pump ever produced,
The Maritime Administration (MarAd) has announced the award of contracts totaling nearly $400,- 000 for two related studies of Great Lakes regional port planning and shipping. One award of $150,000 went to Frederic R. Harris, Inc. of Lake Success, N.
Electro-Nav president Robert E. Negron has announced the addition of the EN 400 SSB Transmitter/ Receiver to his company's product line. "This is a unique unit," said Mr. Negron. "It's chock full of excellent features, performs beautifully and reliably,
A British-made inshore search and rescue boat, used by the Royal National Life-Boat Institution and the Royal Navy for several years, is now available in the U.S. The Atlantic 21, a semirigid, selfrighting craft with waterproofed engines and instrumentation,
The NL Speed Log, which offers accurate and reliable speed and distance information to the vessel operator, is described in new literature offered by Simrad, Inc. Ideal as the speed sensor for integrated NAV Systems, the NL outputs in BCD and / or analog format speed,
SMM '94 — The Hamburg Show — is a traditional venue for maritime companies to launch new products or services. This year is no exception. Throughout this special section is information on a variety of companies' plans for Hamburg. Injection Pump & Valve Technology On Display L'ORANGE,
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