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Integrated Mooring Systems: The Way of the Future

Arguably the only bulk-transport vessel that didn't require mooring was Noah's Ark. But it's a different world today. A world where millions of gallons of potentially hazardous cargoes are shipped between the jetties of the world's major cities, often within congested ports.

 

Todd Houston Accepts Delivery Of New Drydock From Bender

Delivery of a new 14,000-tonlifting- capacity drydock, built for Todd Shipyards Corporation, New York, N.Y., by Bender Shipbuilding and Repair Company, Mobile, Ala., was made recently during ceremonies at the builder's facility to Todd president Hans K.

AWO Elects Geary Chairman Of Board —Directors Named

John D. Geary, president, Midland Enterprises, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio, was elected chairman of the board of The American Waterways Operators, Inc. (AWO), at the recent annual meeting of directors of the Association in Washington, D.C. James R.

Hydrostatic Drives Propel Many New 'Old-Time' Paddlewheelers

High-torque, low-speed hydraulic motors are being used on many paddlewheel vessels all over the world. This form of propulsion transmission and its benefits would appear to be attractive in other applications also. Hydrostatic drives are by no means

American Aero To Build New Facility That Will Double Current Capacity

American Aero, Inc., a subsidiary of Weatherford International, will more than double its current production capacity by building a new manufacturing plant, warehouse, and office complex in northwest Houston. The AAI plant proposal, more than a year in the planning stages,

Wayne Harper Named Sales Engineer For Delta Shipyard

Ralph Arceneaux, president of Delta Shipyard, Houma, La., has announced the appointment of Wayne L. Harper to the company's newly created position of sales engineer. Mr. Harper has served in a wide variety of management and engineering assignments associated

McDermott S.E. Asia Subsidiaries Receive $ 6 0 M i l l i o n In Contracts

J . Ray McDermott & Co., Inc.'s s u b s i d i a r i e s in Southeast Asia have recently been awarded contracts with values totaling more than $60 million. The following are the major projects which make up approximately $50 million of this total.

Jardine Offshore Promet To Construct Paceco Equipment Under License In Singapore

Jardine Offshore Promet Pte. Limited, one of the leading steel fabricating firms in Southeast Asia, recently signed a license agreement with Paceco, Inc., a subsidiary of Fruehauf Corporation, 'to manufacture offshore equipment, to Paceco design, at their Singapore production facilities.

American Abrasive Metals Announces New Non-Slip Roll-On Safety Coating

A new non-slip coating, proven in use by the U.S. Navy, is now available as original safety equipment for new or existing ships and offshore rigs, regardless of age. The safety coating is manufactured and marketed by American Abrasive Metals Co.

Raymond To Join In Building $30-Million Yard In Malaysia

Raymond International Inc. of Houston recently announced that a subsidiary has signed a memorandum of understanding to participate in the building of a $30-million fabricating yard in Malaysia. Henry F. LeMieux, chairman and chief executive officer,

 
 
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