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Modern Wooden Ship — Design And Construction Subject Of SNAME Philadelphia Section Meeting

The Philadelphia Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers last technical meeting of the 1976-77 program was at the Mallard Inn, Mt. Laurel, N.J. A paper titled "Modern Wooden Ship—Design and Construction," was presented by co-authors John F.

 

Spray-On Insulation Cuts Maintenance Costs

One of the common items found on almost every vessel constructed that is frequently overlooked is thermal insulation material. As vessels increase in age. it is safe to say that the insulation systems start to degrade with time and abuse. In fact,

Edwin G.B. Terry Joins Tidewater Marine Service

Edwin G.B. Terry has joined the sales staff of Tidewater Marine Service, Inc., a unit of Tidewater Inc., according to Sam S. Allgood, vice president of the worldwide offshore marine support company. Mr. Terry, who was previously vice president

Liffey Marine Operating New Supply Vessel Designed To Carry A Wide Variety Of Cargo

Liffey Marine, Inc., a unit of the Stolt Group, located in Southeast Asia, has recently placed into service a 190-foot self-propelled multipurpose seagoing barge, the M/S Kildare. The unusual design of the vessel permits extremely economical transportation of a wide variety of cargo.

Four Assistant VPs N a m e d By I n t e r n a t i o n al M a r i n e Coatings

Four new assistant vice presidents have been appointed by International Marine Coatings Division of International Paint Company, Inc., New York City. The announcement was made by Wm. Norman Duncan, vice president and general sales manager. He said

G l o b a l M a r i n e Forms N e w Business U n it

Global Marine Inc., of Houston, Texas, recently announced the incorporation of a wholly owned subsidiary, Global Marine Production Systems Inc. Global Marine Production Systems provides standardized offshore production systems from stock for

Stevedoring Companies Cited For Reducing Accidents On Piers

Seventeen stevedoring and marine terminal companies were honored in New York City for safety efforts over the past two years that helped reduce the frequency of accidents among some 11,000 waterfront workers in the bistate Port of New York and New Jersey.

Pouch To Succeed Shields As President Barber Steamship Lines

E.J. Barber, chairman of the board, Barber Steamship Lines, Inc., New York, N.Y., has announced the appointment of Robert H. Pouch as the next president of Barber Steamship Lines, and as a member of the board of directors. Mr. Pouch will succeed William J.

Capt. James F. McNulty New Dean At Maine Maritime Academy

Capt. James F. McNulty, U.S. Navy (ret.), has been appointed as Academic Dean at Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, replacing the retiring Dean, Capt. Edward E. Conrad. Captain McNulty is a native of Lawrence, Mass., and is a 1953 graduate of Massachusetts Maritime Academy.

Donald Chrisco Named Director Of Materials At St. Louis Ship

Donald D. Chrisco has been named director of materials at St. Louis Ship, division of Pott Industries Inc. He joined St. Louis Ship in March 1980 as director of purchasing. Prior to that he served in various material responsibilities for Monsanto Company,

 
 
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