American Bureau of Shipping
PPG Industries has begun the launching of 14 new Hillman chemical barges, customed designed to carry caustic soda shipments from PPG's expanded plant in Lake Charles, La. The first barge was launched recently, and all the r e m a i n i n g v e
Bergeron Marine, Inc., Port Bienville, Miss., recently delivered the Tide Mar 34, a 10,500- barrel-capacity tank barge, to Tidewater Marine Service, Inc. of New Orleans, La. Tidewater Marine is the marine subsidiary of Tidewater Inc. The barge measures 160 feet long,
Halter Marine Services, Inc., New Orleans, La., has delivered a new 166-foot offshore supply vessel, Fay Hebert, to its owner, the George Engine Co. of Harvey, La. The ship's overall dimensions are 166 feet in length, with a 38-foot breadth, 13-foot depth,
Halter Marine, Inc. has delivered the Summer Sun (shown above), a tug/supply boat, to D.F. Levy Marine Limited I, Morgan City, La. She is the second of six vessels to be built at Halter's Moss Point, Miss., division for the Morgan City operator.
A ring-bound, hard-cover catalog containing 130 removable pages and data sheets is being offered by the Skagit Corporation. Skagit Division of Continental Emsco Company, Sedro-Woolley, Wash., specializes in the design, development, and manufacture
Mississippi Marine Towboat Corporation, Greenville, Miss., recently launched its first offshore supply vessel. The 112-foot by 26- foot by 11-foot 2-inch Utility-class vessel was designed by the naval architectural and marine engineering firm of van Bentem and Associates of Ocean Springs,