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The Future is Now

The maritime industry has an image problem. Perceived to be an aging industry, many players in the maritime niche deal daily with the very real problem of replenishing its employment ranks, from desk jobs designing and operating vessels, to those at sea and in the construction yards.

 

Promet Launches Its Biggest Jackup For Offshore Company

The recent christening of Offshore Jupiter (shown above) was of great significance to Promet, as this is the largest rig christened to date at its yard in Jurong, Singapore. The ceremony was performed by Mrs. Audrey Richardson, wife of George T.

Captain Grabb Appointed ASNE Technical Director

Capt. James E. Grabb, USCG (ret.) has assumed the position of technical director on the staff of the American Society of Naval Engineers, in Alexandria, Va. This new position was created to provide the leadership necessary to implement the technical

NASSCO Elects Giorgis Group Vice President

Albert S. Giorgis has been elected to the newly created position of group vice president, technical, of National Steel and Shipbuilding Co. (NASSCO), San Diego, Calif. He reports to C. Larry French, president. Reporting to Mr. Giorgis are the vice president,

Title XI Approved For $43-Million Conversion Of Four MorMac Ships

The Maritime Administration has approved in principle an application by Moore McCormack Lines, Inc., a subsidiary of Moore McCormack Resources, Inc., Stamford, Conn., for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing the reconditioning and reconstruction of the Mormacvega,

Diesel Engine Manufacturers Continue To Improve The Fuel Efficiency Of Their Engines

As we enter 1985, marine power plant designers continue the general practice that became common in the 1970's, that is the practice of designing power plants for high thermal efficiency. Low fuel consumption, over a wide range of operating powers,

Shipbuilders Council Elects New Board

At the Shipbuilders Council of America's 56th Annual Meeting, the following Board of Directors was elected to serve for a period of one year: Paul E. Atkinson, Sun Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; Bernard J. Bannan, Western Gear Corporation; William C.

SNAME To Hold 1988 Ship Production Symposium In Seattle, August 24-26

The 1988 Ship Production Symposium, sponsored by the Ship Production Committee of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) and hosted by its Pacific Northwest Section, will take place August 24-26, 1988 at the Edgewater Inn in Seattle, Wash.

American Export Lines $43.1-Million Title XI Approved By MarAd

The Maritime Administration (MarAd) has approved Title XI loan guarantees totaling $43.1 million to aid American Export Lines, Inc. in financing two containerships on order at the Bath (Maine) Iron Works Corporation shipyard, and refinancing two

Improving Shipbuilding Productivity

The National Shipbuilding Research Program Was Developed By The Maritime Administration And The Society Of Naval Architects And Marine Engineers To Serve All U.S. Shipbuilders. The singular characteristic of the National Shipbuilding Research Program

 
 
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