Three appointments to key staff positions were recently announced by Morris Guralnick Associates, Inc. (MGA), prominent San Francisco, Calif., firm of naval architects and marine engineers. Henry Berk has been appointed chief electrical engineer.
A $28-million drydock facility that virtually doubles Newport News Shipbuilding's capacity for submarine overhaul and repair was opened recently with the arrival of the USS Lafayette (SSBN-616). The nuclearpowered ballistic missile submarine entered Dry Dock No.
Hudson Shipbuilders, Inc. (HUDSHIP), Pascagoula, Miss., marked its entry into the foreign market with the delivery of the 112-foot offshore supply vessel Grayscout to Gray MacKenzie Company, Ltd., Marine Division, Bahrain. The vessel departed
Eighth Presentation Of This High-Quality Exhibition Is Booked To Capacity Indications are that this year's Nor-Shipping Exhibition, to be held as usual at the Sjolyst Centre in Oslo, will attract great interest. All available exhibition space had been booked six months in advance,
Dan-Vaerft A/S, which consists of the shipyards Aalborg Vaerft A/S, Frederikshavn Vaerft A/S, and Helsingoer Reparations Vaerft, S/S, has made an agreement with T.A.S.T. Corporation of New York for T.A.S.T. to be their representative in the American and Canadian markets, effective this fall.
The Internal Revenue Service (the "IRS") has issued proposed regulations under section 863 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the "Code"), providing new rules for determining the source of income from activities conducted in international waters for purposes of U.
—Literature Offered A comprehensive line of pneumatic valve actuators to meet virtually any service condition required has been introduced by Limitorque Corporation. Complete details are contained in a new free brochure from the company. Ranging in torque outputs from 70 to 250,
WOMA Corporation of South Plainfield, N.J., a leader in high-pressure "water as a tool" technology, has a new sales brochure describing their unique industrial cleaning and maintenance systems. Over 25 years of research and development, innovation,
The Consolidated Industrial Skills Corporation (CISCO) has been formed to supplement companies with skilled, first-class labor. Currently, CISCO is servicing major shipbuilding concerns in the Gulf and East Coasts with pipefitters, shipfitters,
Maritime systems engineers from the Norfolk, Va., division of The Stanwick Corporation, working with Prudential Lines' maintenance and repair staff, recently developed and installed a prototype engineering plant maintenance and repair management system