September 24-28, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada The 11th International Tug Convention and International Marine Salvage Symposium and Exhibition, or "The Big One" for short, will be held at the World Trade & Convention Center in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, from September 24 to 28, 1990.
A major reorganization is being implemented at Bath Iron Works Corporation that will strengthen the overall management team and provide a framework required to optimize the business's performance and growth, according to William E. Haggett, chairman and chief executive officer.
The Energy Freedom coal barge was christened by officials of New England Electric System during ceremonies at Bay Shipbuilding Corp. in Sturgeon Bay, Wis. The Energy Freedom is a deepnotch tug barge built by Bay Shipbuilding Corp. to carry domestic coal
Barge operators are often accused of giving the marine fuels industry a bad name. While it is true that there are barging companies with a debatable approach to the business, they are very much in the minority. Worldwide, barge operators are working hard to improve their services and operations.
Capt. Herman E. Fritzke, Commander of the Atlantic Area Military Sealift Command based in Bayonne, N.J., has been elected president of the New York Chapter, National Defense Transportation Association, for the coming year. He succeeds Conrad H.
The Offshore Marine Service Association (OMSA) reelected five members to its board of directors and elected two new members to the board at the group's recent quarterly meeting in New Orleans, La. Reelected board members for two-years terms are: Gilbert Cheramie,
Six maritime executives were elected to the board of managers of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for three-year terms at the recent annual meeting of the international clas ification society held at the new world headquarters in Paramus, N.
Representatives of 19 companies with maritime operations met recently with administrators of Stevens Institute of Technology to discuss a liaison program between the maritime industry and the engineering and science college. The meeting was hosted by Anthony J.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil October 14-19, 1985 Expoship Riomar, the only international maritime exhibition in Latin America and one of four fairs organized by Seatrade, will be held this year on October 14-19 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. With the
The Propeller Club of the United States has announced its 43rd Harold Harding Annual Maritime Essay Contest for High School Students, and its Second National Maritime Essay Contest for College Students. Capt. Robert E. Hart, president of The Propeller Club Port of New York,