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Aalborg Yard Launches Third Reefer For Delivery To USSR's Sudoimport

Aalborg Vaerft A/S in Denmark recently lauched its newbuilding No. 249, a refrigerated vessel with a capacity of about 10,000 cubic meters, for the Soviet organization V/O Sudoimport. The reefer, named the Akademik Zavaritskij, is the last in a series of three sister ships,

 

First Inshore Supply Vessels To Serve Oil And Gas Industry Certified By Coast Guard

The first inshore towing/supply vessels certified by the U.S. Coast Guard to serve the oil and gas industry are now in service for Tidewater Marine Service, Inc., a subsidiary of Tidewater Inc. The vessels, Beefmaster and Brahma, which represent a contract cost of approximately $1 million,

Colt Industries To Build Fairbanks Morse Diesels To Power ODECO's Ocean Ranger

Colt Industries' Fairbanks Morse -Engine Division of Beloit, Wis., has received an order for four diesel engines that will supply all of the electrical power for a huge offshore drilling rig;—the Ocean Ranger. The engines will be built for Ocean Drilling and Exploration Co.

McElroy Machine Completes 14 Winches For U.S. Navy

McElroy Machine, a long time builder of custom marine deck equipment, recently announced the completion of 14 double drum, self contained, diesel driven winches to be installed aboard the Navy's "Side Loadable Warping Tugs". Recently awarded contracts include,

Vessel Financing In The '90s

Lenders faced a competitive and sluggish commercial loan market in 1993 and are looking at a number of industries, including marine, to generate higher commercial loan volumes. More lenders are doing marine deals today compared to five years ago,

National Marine Adds Drydock And Fabrication Shop To Shipyard

Substantial equipment additions consisting of a new 3,500-ton drydock and large steel fabrication shop are now in use at National Marine Service's Hartford, 111., shipyard, D.A. Wright, president of the company, has announced. "The new facilities

SNAME New England Section Hears Waste Heat Recovery Paper

A recent meeting of the New England Local Section of SNAME was held in Newton, Mass., at which a paper entitled "Standard Waste-Heat Recovery Systems", authored by P. Schneider, was presented by his collaborator, Ernst H. Schaad. Mr. Schneider

Nylands Expands Its Diesel Spares Operations —New Catalog Available

Nylands Maskinverksted A/S of Norway, manufactures of new and reconditioned spare parts for most makes of medium- and slow-speed diesel engines, recently completed the first phase of expansion plans following the successful buy-out of the company

New Service Station For Propellers Added At Curacao Drydock Yard

The Curacao Drydock Company, Inc. of Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, recently opened a propeller service station that can accommodate propellers of nearly any type and size. The station came about by an agreement with Lips B.V. of Holland whereby

MAN B&W Diesel Engines Ordered For World's Most Powerful Containerships

Five post-Panamax size container ships will be propelled by the most powerful marine diesel engines ever ordered. Each of the 4,000 TEUplus ships booked from Hyundai Heavy Industries by Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMMC) is specified with a MAN B&W

 
 
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