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United States Lines Flying High Again

As far back to the early 1900's when the transatlantic crossing ruled the day, the motto of the cruise ship industry was to provide passengers with a vacation that was both relaxing and hospitable. For the most part, the majority of these passengers

 

Teekay Foam's Discharge Pipe Repaired in Bilbao

When Teekay Foam established a water leak within the internal pipe of the scrubber overboard system, UMC was called in to provide a solution. The leak was between the sea valve and the aperture, and a concrete box had been previously installed

Newport News Completes Jumboizing Of Two Tankers

Newport News Shipbuilding recently delivered two jumboized commercial ships, the Charleston, and the Fredericksburg. The Charleston, ex Cities Service Norfolk, is owned by the Arieadne Corporation of Lake Success, N.Y., one of the Berger Group companies.

ASRY Continues Brisk Repair Pace

With a turnover of more than 50 percent, 2001 proved extremely successful for ASRY — the yard repaired more than 104 vessels — 18 of which were more than 175,000 dwt. Dock occupancy remained high throughout the year with the graving dock achieving

$4.7-Million Contract Awarded By U.S. Navy To Savannah Machine

The Department of Defense has announced that the Navy's Military Sealift Command, Atlantic, Bayonne, N.J., has awarded a $4,776,000 fixed-price contract to Savannah Machine and Shipyard Company, Savannah, Ga. The contract is for drydocking, a

Deutsch Metal Offers Free Pyplok Catalog

Deutsch Metal Components, Los Angeles, Calif., has announced the release of their new detailed Pyplok catalog which contains technical and dimensional information on the mechanically applied pipe connecting system. The catalog illustrates how

Report On Navy Market Available From IMA

International Maritime Associates (IMA), a Washington, D.C.- based management consulting firm, has published an extensive report entitled "U.S. Navy Shipbuilding Program: Market Opportunities and Contracting Requirements." IMA's objective has been to produce a tightly written,

National Safety Council To Hold Workshops

The Marine Section of the National Safety Council Business and Industry Division has scheduled technical sessions, meetings and an Open Workshop Seminar on Shipyard Safety Issues. This meeting of the Shipyard Group is in conjunction with the National Safety Congress in Orlando,

Contracts Signed For Cumberland Shipping Ro/Ro Barge Vessel

Contracts were signed on December 22, 1977, for the subsidized construction of a self-propelled, roll - on / roll - off (ro / ro) barge vessel at Seatrain Shipbuilding Corp., New York, N.Y. The negotiated fixed-price of the commercial vessel is $12,796,324.

Yard Anti-Subsidy Bill Advanced By House Panel

Bills to combat foreign shipbuilding subsidies and to impose access fees on users of the Federal Maritime Commission's computerized shipping rate-filing system were approved recently by the House's tax-writing committee. Action on the foreign

 
 
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