Todd Shipyards Corporation has been awarded contracts by the U.S. Navy Department to build six guided missile frigates, FFG-7 Class, of which four will be delivered to the U.S. Navy and two will be delivered to the Royal Australian Navy. These
Levingston Shipbuilding Company recently launched the motor vessel Pride of Texas at its Orange, Texas, shipyard. The 36,000-dwt dry bulk carrier was christened by Mrs. Valerie Nemirow, wife of Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Maritime Affairs Samuel B.
A Coal-Fired Marine Steam Plant Can Be Offered Today Which Will Provide The Same High Traditional Reliability. The origin of the steam boiler can be directly related to the invention of the steam engine, and its development has been a vital element
Cunard Line's parent company. Carnival Corporation, has signed a letter of intent with Italian shipyard Fincantieri for the construction of a new 1,968-passenger liner to serve the British market. The ship, which will cost approximately $400 million.
Royal Olympic Cruise Lines Inc, (ROCL), appointed George Stathopoulos to the position of acting chief executive officer. Stathopoulos at the same time maintains responsibility for the company's worldwide marketing and sales efforts. The company
The competitive satellite communications market has taken an additional step toward consolidation, with Station 12 — an independent operating business owned 65 percent by KPN (Royal Dutch Telecom) and 35 percent by Telstra — leading the way having the intention of cornering the market.
George Gregory, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Products Research and Chemical C o r p o r a t i o n (PRC), Glendale, Calif., has announced that Dean M. Willard is elected president and chief operating officer. Mr. Willard,
Aqua-Chem, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis., recently announced plans to move to a new office facility in Trammell Crow's Park Place on the northwest side of the city. The glass and brick structure, now under construction, will house Aqua-Chem's corporate staff and two of its divisions,
Marianne C. Hughes, vice president of operations and administration for Coastal States Trading, Inc., the transportation and supply subsidiary of The Coastal Corporation, has assumed the additional responsibilities of marine operations following the retirement of Albin Smith,
W.J. Amoss Jr., president and chief executive officer of Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc., has been elected chairman of the Council of American-Flag Ship Operators (CASO). Mr. Amoss succeeds W. Bruce Seaton of American President Lines, Ltd., as chairman.