Continuing its tradition of supporting academic excellence, Crowley Maritime Corp. recently presented Thomas B. Crowley Sr. Memorial Scholarships to two midshipmen from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, NY. Mark Miller, director of corporate communications for Crowley,
Capt. Clifford W. Sandberg, USMS (Ret.), was the honored guest at the season's last meeting of the New York Metropolitan Section, The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. A member of SNAME since 1945, he was for many years chairman of the Section's Membership Committee,
Paul I. Beining, president of CDI Marine Company, has announced the appointment of several new managers in conjunction with a change in organizational structure. T.P. Reardon is appointed manager, Southeast Region, which consists of offices in Jacksonville, Fla.
EUROPEC II, to be held from October 21 to October 24, 1980 at Earls Court, London, England, will be the world's foremost event dealing with North Sea conditions, operations, and engineering challenges. Its impact on the future of North Sea operations
Still more than five months later, the maritime industry continues to feel the effects from the terrorist attacks on America, as the events of September 11 have accelerated hardening market conditions in the marine sector. Prior to September, capital
Not all stability software is made equal. Even if all commonly available stability programs were of the same quality, virtually all of them are designed first and foremost for conventional vessels - and it's no secret that the unique characteristics
Vietnam's fledgling shipbuilding industry has raised its international profile by entering into a seminal agreement with the UK's Graig Group for the construction of a series of double-hulled bulk carriers. Cardiff-based Graig's bold move, potentially
General Dynamics' Quincy Shipbuilding Division recently christened two large oilcarrying barges during a colorful twin ceremony at the shipyard. The barges, Bulkfleet Pennsylvania and Bulkfleet Texas, were both built for Bulklfleet Marine Corporation of Houston.
—Literature Available The managing director of C. Plath of Hamburg, West Germany, a division of Litton Industries Inc., announced recently that an agreement for close cooperation with Racal Marine Controls Limited has been signed. The combined
Hyde Products, Inc. of Cleveland, Ohio has recently been awarded contracts to supply deck machinery for the first vessels of two new classes to be built in South Korean shipyards. Hyde will build the antimagnetic anchor windlass for a Mine Hunting Craft (MHC) and the steering gear,