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Future Requirements Of Coast Guard Vessels

"The problem is change and how to cope with it. I have learned that 90 percent of problem solving is realizing that you have a problem," stated Adm. James S. Gracey, Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard, at the 1983 Society of Naval Architects and Marine

 

Barge-Mounted Ammonia Production Plant Designed By Gotaverken And Haldor Topsoe

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,

G.A. Watkins To Head Global Transport's International Division

Global Transport Organisation, San Francisco, has formed a separate division for international tug and barge transports which will be headed by G.A. Watkins, according to a recent announcement by Leo L. Collar, chairman of GTO's Management Committee.

A. Edward Owen Named President And CEO, ZF Of North America

A. Edward Owen recently joined ZF-NA after 23 years in executive positions with Borg Warner. He managed the Remanufacturing Division in Ottawa, 111., for 11 years and was head of Borg Warner Brazil from 1979 until 1983. Most recently, he was vice

Wagner Wins $4.5-Million Contract For Steering And Control Systems

—Literature Available Wagner Engineering Ltd. of North Vancouver, B.C., Canada, has announced that it has been selected by Saint John Shipbuilding Limited to supply the steering systems as well as integrated steering control systems for six patrol frigates being built for the Canadian Navy.

Yards Requested To Bid On 320-Foot Ferry For Cape May-Lewes Service

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.

Jered Brown Brothers To Consolidate Operations In Brunswick, Georgia

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

Ulstein Offers Free Color Brochure On High Lift Rudder

Ulstein Trading Ltd. A/S of Norway is offering a free color brochure on its high lift rudder, a result of intensive research and several years' experience in ship construction and manufacture of ships' equipment, which provides improved maneuverability and fuel economy.

Ten EB Engineers Deliver Papers At Fourth Annual Honors Seminar

Ten engineers of General Dynamics' Electric Boat Division, Groton, Conn., delivered professional papers on submarine design and construction innovation at EB's recent fourth Annual Professional Honors Seminar. The audience at the honors seminar

Tano Gets Contract For Vessel Control Systems

Tano Corporation of Metairie, La., has been awarded a contract to design and manufacture centralized control systems for two refrigerated containerships. The vessels are being built by Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Sparrows Point, Md., shipyard for Farrell Lines Incorporated.

 
 
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