Norfolk Shipbuilding & Drydock Corporation (NORSHIPCO) recently announced major changes in its corporate structure. John L. Roper III has been elected chairman of the board of directors. Formerly president and chief executive officer, he will continue as CEO.
The chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Interocean Management Corporation, George P. Steele, has announced the election of Robert S. Bassett as president of the company. Mr. Basset previously served as executive vice president
The newly formed subsidiary of Rohr Industries, Rohr Marine, Inc., will handle the recently announced award of a $159.9-million contract from the U.S. Navy for design, component verification- testing and long-lead procurement for a 3,000-ton Surface Effect Ship (3KSES), according to Fred W.
Europort '81 — the largest international maritime exhibition and conference—will be 20 years old this month. In terms of products, equipment, and technological presentations, this 20th anniversary show will be as young as tomorrow. The exhibit will be held in Rai Halls,
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
Todd Shipyards Corporation has announced it has been awarded two contracts by the Australian government, with initial value of more than $10 million, for technology transfer and procurement support involving guided missile frigate construction at the Australian Naval Dockyard in Melbourne.
James J. Scott Jr. of Sea-Land Service, Inc. has been named executive director for the Port Authority of Jebel Ali, a new Mideast port due to become fully operational in the second quarter of 1979. Announcement of the appointment has been made
General Ship Corporation of Boston, Mass., has been awarded a U.S. Navy contract in the amount of $11.8 million for the regular overhaul of USS Vulcan (AR-5). Under the new contract, Vulcan will arrive in the yard in January 1982 for an ll-1 / - month over- haul.
Over the past 25 years, the specific fuel consumption for marine trunk piston engines has reduced and an increasing number of such engines are designed for residual fuel operation whether they are for main propulsion or auxiliary purposes. The
Moody-Tottrup International, a Reliance Consulting Group Company, has available a new six-page brochure on services it offers to the offshore and marine industry. The publication features a large three-page "marine activity" color photograph over