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
A & P Appledore International Limited has been appointed as managers for The Dubai Dry Dock Company, one of the world's largest ship repair complexes. Dubai Dry Dock received many inquiries during the weeks preceding the opening of the yard, last month.
The 27th annual fall meeting of the Pacific Northwest Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was held recently at the Harrison Hot Springs Hotel. The technical session featured "North to Tuktoyatuk," a panel discussion and audiovisual presentation on the design,
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.
A new generation of cranes purpose-designed for bulk carriers of up to 60,000 dwt has been introduced by MacGREGOR Cranes. The MacGREGOR- Hagglunds GLB-2 bulk crane is a two-wire model with a maximum hoisting capacity of 30 tons, and is available with a range of jib lengths from 59 x 98.
The Military Sealift Command has announced that it intends to procure on the world market during FY 1987 various types of additional ships for the Ready Reserve Force (RRF), in order to meet its final force goal of 120 ships. On January 17, 1986, the Navy spent $206.
Wesley D. Wheeler Associates, Ltd., New York, N.Y., announced the recent publication of a new brochure detailing the capabilities and services provided by Construnaves, the Spanish Shipbuilders Association. The brochure is divided into various
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.
Drewry Expects 160 Million CGRT To Be Ordered In Next 10 Years Though current freight rates give many shipowners and financiers cause for concern and orders for new ships have slowed down, the medium to long term outlook for both the shipping and shipbuilding industries is encouraging.