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AWO Regulatory Activity: A Review Of Problems — And Solutions — Currently Afloat

Herman J. Molzahn, Vice President, Operations The American Waterways Operators, Inc. is the only association in the United States which focuses on the regulatory interests of the coastal and inland barge and towing industry. Through its committee structure,

 

C.E. Matthews Appointed N a t i o n a l Sales Manager For Morse Controls

C.E. (Matt) Matthews has been appointed national sales manager of Morse Controls, responsible for sales of both marine and industrial products. Announcing the appointment, Terry Carrell, president of Morse, commented: "The changing nature of today's

FISH EXPO '84

October 17-20—Boston, Massachusetts Fish Expo '84, projected to have more than 450 companies exhibiting their equipment and products and some 10,000 commerical fishing industry buyers attending, will be held October 17-20 in Boston's Hynes Veterans Auditorium.

The Environmental Wave: Successes And Challenges

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

ABS Sets Procedures For Survey Requirements Of New Int'l Agreement

The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has forwarded to its field surveyors worldwide survey instructions relating to the enforcement provisions of the 1978 Protocol to the 1974 International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS). Copies of

Tidewater: Effects of New Tax Bill Are Positive

Tidewater said that certain provisions of the newly enacted "American Jobs Creation Act of 2004" could have a significant positive effect on its future earnings and cash flows. The Act. which has been approved by both the United States Senate and House of Representatives,

AAPA's 1986 Annual Convention Set For Miami

The American Association of Port Authorities will hold its 75th Annual Convention September 28- October 2 at the Omni International Hotel in Miami. Founded in 1912 and headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, AAPA represents public seaport agencies throughout the Western Hemisphere,

Study 56—'Sea Trade And Transportation Of Coal'

The so-called 1973 "oil crisis" had an important effect upon the international trade in hard coal, as it did much to arrest the decline in the use of coal as an energy source. However, up until now, the seaborne trade in hard coal has been centered

Scientific Management Associates Announces Acquisition By New Owners

The Philadelphia area based firm of Scientific Management Associates, Inc. (SMA) was acquired recently by two Washington, D.C., businessmen, George W. Glatis and Louis T. Donatelli, who plan to move the headquarters to the Washington metropolitan area.

Lockheed In Joint Venture With Rendel, Palmer & Tritton To Seek Ocean Engineering Project

Lockheed Missiles & Space Company, a major U.S. aerospace company, and Rendel, Palmer and Tritton, a 140-year-old British consulting and design engineering partnership, have entered into an arrangement whereby their combined expertise in ocean engineering

 
 
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