John L. Roper 3rd, president and chief executive o f f i c e r of Norshipco, Norfolk, Va., has announced the appointments of two new company officers and promotions for five current officers. The new officers are Carlos E. Agnese, assistant vice
M a y 1-2, W a s h i n g t o n , D.C. ASNE Day 1986, the 98th annual national convention of the American Society of Naval Engineers, will be held May 1-2 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C., and will feature technical sessions, exhibits,
Congress, in late October, appropriated $900 million to fund a new fast sealift program. When added to the $375 million remaining from last year, a total of $1.3 billion is now available for initiating a major ship construction effort. High priority has
Millennium Cell Inc., which designs and develops systems for the safe use of hydrogen fuel in energy applications, has teamed with Seaworthy Systems in a CCDOTT (Center for Commercial Development of Transportation Technologies) and California State University, Long Beach Foundation program.
Marine Spill Response Corp. Projects 5-Year, $800 Million Program Two years ago, on a reef in Alaska's Prince William Sound, the oil tanker Exxon Valdez ran aground causing America's biggest oil spill. While thousands worked to clean up the spill in Alaska,
EG&G Washington Analytical Services Center, Inc. (EG&G WASC), was awarded a new threeyear contract by the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command to provide technical and program management support for the AN/SQQ-89 Surface Ship Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Combat System.
VL Logistics, Inc. of Ocean Springs, Miss., recently opened its new corporate office with a ribboncutting ceremony performed by Ocean Springs' Mayor, the Honorable Chester McPherson and VL president Margaret Vallor. VL Logistics offers logistic
Analysis & Technology, Inc. (A&T) of North Stonington, Conn., has won contract awards from the U.S. Navy totaling $18.6 million, bringing their total backlog to a present record high of $95 million, according to company president and chief executive officer A.
State of Oregon and Port of Portland officials joined with area business people at the edge of the Willamette River recently to witness official ceremonies noting the beginning of construction on the $46-million renovation of Port of Portland's Terminal 2.
Carnival Cruise Lines has signed a contract with Kvaerner Masa- Yards for construction of an additional 70,000 gross-registered-ton SuperLiner. The new vessel, to be named Fascination, will cost in excess of $315 million and will be a sister ship