A roundup of some of the most notable vessels delivered by shipyards throughout the world during 1984—selected for their outstanding design features, fuel efficiency, performance, and service characteristics. AMERICAN NEW YORK Daewoo Shipbuilding The
Over 550 companies will have exhibits at Fish Expo from October 26-29, 1983, at The Seattle Center in Seattle, Wash. This will make for the largest Fish Expo ever, topping the 535 companies that exhibited when the show was last in Seattle in 1981.
Dena L. Wilson, V.P., Legislative Affairs American Waterways Operators In many respects, 1990 can be summed up as the year that began the Decade of the Environment, evidenced by enactment of major federal legislation reauthorizing the Clean
This year. The American Waterways Operators (AWO), the national trade association for the tugboat, towboat and barge industry, celebrates its 60th anniversary. AWO members, representing the inland, coastal and harbor sectors of the industry, recently
Royal Viking Line A/S, Norwegian^ flag world cruise line, has named Erland M. Raastad managing director in the Oslo headquarters.' iBased in Oslo, Royal Viking Line A / S is the parent company of* Royal Viking Line, and handles all operations for the three-vessel fleet —Royal Viking Star,
Skuld, the International Protection and Indemnity and FD & D Insurance Association based in Scandinavia, recently underwent major changes in its structure. Changes include reorganization of the board of directors into a smaller, more dynamic unit
There is an old adage about one party sneezing and the other catching pneumonia as a result. This is the routine reaction of ports to new ship designs. A recent example was the introduction of "beyond Panamax container ships" in the Pacific trade by American President Lines.
The Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce, Maritime Administration, has approved the request by Farrell Lines Incorporated (Farrell) to enter into a sale and leaseback agreement for two containerships being built with the aid of con- struction-differential
S a l v a g e response in the United States, and to a considerable degree throughout the world, has evolved to become essentially a new industry as measured by historical precedent. There are five principal factors, which have forever changed
Ronald L. Gaylord has been named director of the general sales force of the American-Standard Power and Controls Group, headquartered in Dearborn, Mich., according to H.J. McBride, vice president of the Group. He was formerly field sales manager of the organization.