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Seastreak Launches M/V Seastreak New Jersey

Seastreak America Inc. has added another catamaran ferry to its service within the New York City commuter market with the December 10, 2001 launch of M/V Seastreak New Jersey. The 141-ft. (42.9-m), 400 passenger high speed catamaran will provide

 

Radm. Meyer Receives New Assignment

Rear Adm. Wayne E. Meyer, USN, the Navy's "Dean of Project Managers," was reassigned recently within the Naval Sea Systems Command as Deputy Commander for Weapons and Combat Systems. He relieved Rear Adm. Dempster M. Jackson, who retired from the U.

Campbell Industries Names Arthur Yeend

Arthur J. Yeend has been named assistant to the president of Campbell Industries, San Diego, Calif. 92112, with primary responsibilities in the area of development and improvements in the company's fishing vessel construction programs. Although he has been absent for a few years, Mr.

Levingston To Build $37-Million Jackup Rig For Noble Drilling Corp.

Ed Paden, president of Levingston Shipbuilding Company of Orange, Texas, has announced plans to build a Levingston Class 111-C jackup drilling rig for Noble Drilling Corporation of Ardmore, Okla., a wholly owned subsidiary of Noble Affiliates, Inc.

Saint John Shipbuilding Upgrades Its CAD/CAM For Big Frigate Program

Saint John Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company, Ltd., in New Brunswick, Canada, has chosen AUTOKON and AUTOFIT as its CAD/CAM systems for carrying out the big Canadian Navy Frigate Program contract. The Saint John yard has been awarded prime contractor responsibility for the detailed design,

A m e r i c a n T r a d i n g Asks T i t l e X I For Six Tankers C o s t i n g $ 4 0 8 M i l l i on

A proposal to c o n s t r u c t six 50,000-dwt oil tankers has been announced by American Trading and Transportation Company of New York City. Through individual subsidiaries designated Attransco T a n k e r C o r p o r a t i o n I through VI,

New Firm Will Provide Skilled Workers For Building & Repair Yards

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,

Rauma-Repola Deck Machinery And Aquamaster Propulsion Join Forces In New Company

Hollming Ltd. and Rauma-Repola Oy, two Finnish marine companies, have joined forces to make the best use of their trade names. In the future, the production of Aquamaster propulsion units and Rauma-Repola winches will take place under the same roof.

ADDSCO Promotes Bitowf And Roy

J.R. Maumenee, president, Alabama Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Company, Mobile, Ala. 36601, has announced the promotions of two executive employees to officer status. The action was taken at a recent meeting of the board of directors. Vincent P.

WOMA Announces New Sales Brochure On Its Water-Blasting Equipment

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,

 
 
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