Halter Marine, Inc., New Orleans, La., has delivered a 127- foot raised pilothouse tug, the Capt. Fred Bouchard, to Bouchard Transportation, Inc. of Hicksville, N.Y. The vessel was named after the company's founder. The versatile vessel can be mated with notched stern barges,
Together with the Danish engineering company Haldor Topsoe A/S, Gotaverken has carried out detailed project work for a floating ammonia production plant. This plant can utilize deposits of natural gas which would not otherwise be economical to exploit,
Rear Adm. Charles P. Murphy, USCG (ret.), general manager, ship construction, Sea-Land Service, Inc., has been named recipient of the second annual Halert C. Shepheard Award for achievement in marine safety. The award was established by the American Institute
Effective November 1, 1981, Nav-Com Incorporated, a marine electronics system company, has begun operations from its new headquarters in Deer Park, N.Y., according to the company's executive vice president Jack Provenzano. The new building provides
United States Navigation, Inc., 17 Battery Place, New York, N.Y. 10004, general agent for Scindia Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., has announced a major three-year, $122,000,000 expansion program now being undertaken by their Indian principals. The program,
Dravo Corporation's Neville Island shipyard near Pittsburgh, Pa., recently launched its 40th Viking-class towboat, the Ned C. Sheats. The 5,600-hp towboat is the latest in the Viking line, which began in 1972 in response to the need for increased productivity in river transportation.
Sealed proposals for construction of a 320-foot ferry will be received by the Delaware River and Bay Authority during normal business hours at the Director's Office in the Administration Building, Delaware Memorial Bridge, New Castle, Del., until 10:30 a.
Marine systems manufacturer Jered Brown Brothers recently announced its plans to consolidate all of its administrative, engineering, and manufacturing operations at the company's Brunswick, Ga., manufacturing facility. J e r e d ' s 220,000-square-foot Brunswick
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) recently published the 1983 edition of "Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels." The 912-page book is applicable to steel vessels of 200 feet (61 meters) and over in length. The 1983 edition includes
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), an international ship c l a s s i f i c a t i on society, has published the 1980 edition of Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels for Service on Rivers and Intracoastal Waterways. Many sections in the new edition contain revised data,