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Three Executive Promotions Made By Tidewater Marine— Allgood Named President

Tidewater Inc. has announced a major realignment in the executive staff of Tidewater Marine Service, Inc., the oldest and largest of the company's enterprises serving the energy industry. Sam S. Allgood has been elected president of Tidewater Marine,

 

Houston Celebrates Rickmers Hamburg's Maiden Voyage

The Port of Houston was the scene of festivities aboard Rickmers Hamburg last month as Rickmers representatives and customers alike celebrated the success of the Superflex Heavy MPC (multi-purpose container carrier) vessel's maiden voyage. Delivered June 20,

Vancouver Shipyards Moves 457-Foot Ferry To Launching Position On Film Of Water

In February, shipbuilders and drill-rig manufacturers from several countries gathered at Vancouver Shipyards, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, to watch a 7,000,000-pound ship transferred to launching position on a film of water 5/1000 of an inch thick.

Electric Propulsion for Coastal Ships

According to many specialists electric propulsion is the best to have but worst to buy, with the argument that the investment is too high and the system does not pay itself back. Therefore a challenge and an opportunity for development to prove otherwise.

Far East-Levingston To Build Drillship For Global Marine

Far East-Levingston Shipbuilding Ltd. (FELS), Singapore, recently announced it has signed a contract to construct a drillship for Global Marine Drilling Company of USA. The vessel will be built in Singapore and is scheduled for delivery in the first quarter of 1983.

Peterson Receives $33.6-Million Contract For Two Heavy-Lift Ships

Robert J. Blackwell, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Maritime Affairs, has announced the award of the first constructiondifferential subsidy (CDS) contract ever placed for heavy-lift roll-on/roll-off cargo ships. The award covers two vessels to be built by Peterson Builders, Inc.

Introducing Lean Shipbuilding to U.S. Yards

Lean times call for "leaner" boats and what better to employ than Lean Shipbuilding, which is known as a proven approach that shipyards can use to improve shipbuilding efficiency. It has the advantages of reducing defects while remaining responsive to change.

Fredeman Shipyard Names John W. Sansing Manager

Fredeman Shipyard Inc. has appointed John W. Sansing general manager. The yard, which employs about 120 people, is located 17 miles north of Cameron, La., at the confluence of the Calcasieu River and the Intracoastal Canal. Mr. Sansing's shipyard

VT Reaches Milestone With New RN Survey Ships

Construction of two new 295 ft. (90 m) hydrographic and oceanographic survey ships for the Royal Navy, under the prime contractorship of Vosper Thornycroft (VT), has taken another step forward with the initial blocks being moved to the berth in

Navy Awards Bath Iron $224-Million Contract For Five Missile Frigates

Congoleum C o r p o r a t i o n announced that the U.S. Navy has awarded a $224-million contract to its shipbuilding subsidiary, Bath Iron Works Corporation (BIW), Bath, Maine, for the construction of five Guided Missile Frigates of the new FFG-7 class.

 
 
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