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IZAR Gijon Delivers Dredger

French owner GIE Dragages Ports recently took delivery of a 5,000 cu. m. TSHD (Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger) — yard number C365 — built by Spain's IZAR Gijon shipyard. This self-propelled TSHD, named Daniel Laval, is designed to operate in water depths ranging from 1 to 3 m under the keel,

 

I o w a M a r i n e Delivers Towboat Betty Edwards To M o r r i s H a r b o r Service

Iowa Marine Shipyard in Keokuk, Iowa, recently delivered the river towboat Betty Edwards to Morris Harbor Service of Morris, 111. Both companies are wholly owned subsidiaries of Iowa Marine, which is also headquartered in Morris. The new vessel is named after the mother of Tom Edwards,

Fairbanks Morse Invests In Future— Expands Parts/Service Operations, Increases Production And R&D

Faced with current marine market conditions—an outlook that indicates at least several years of continued low activity in new construction and repowering projects—what strategy should a major manufacturer of diesel engines pursue? Colt Industries'

Burmeister & Wain American Corporation Organizational Change

In the light of the increasing emphasis on minimizing fuel oil consumption and the subsequent widening i n t e r e s t among U.S. shipowners for the application of the low-speed diesel engine, Burmeister & Wain American Corporation has recently carried out an organizational change,

Cummins-Powered 'Traktor Jet' Gives Workboats Unprecedented Thrust

Shallow-draft workboat operations are beginning to be revolutionized with the introduction by North American Marine Jet Inc. of Benton, Ark., of a new diesel-powered waterjet propulsion unit that produces more than 3,000 pounds of static thrust at 150 horsepower.

Towards the Intelligent Engine

Providing a beacon for the industry by embracing the world's first, fully electronically-controlled two-stroke marine engine. Norwegian chemical tanker specialist Odtjell is starting to see operating benefits resulting from its pioneering step. Long-run

SNAME Section Calls For Papers For Ice Tech Symposium

The Arctic Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) has issued a call for technical papers for the fourth International Ice Tech Symposium, which will be held in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, from March 20-23, 1990. The symposium,

Report Shows 101 Plants Locate Waterside In First Quarter Of 1977

The American Waterways Operators, Inc., Washington, D.C., has announced that 101 plant facilities were located along the waterways of the United States in the first quarter of 1977, creating over 6,000 permanent jobs. Of the 101 plant facilities,

Diesel Engine Performance With Medium Viscosity Index Lube Oil

In the 1930's, the medium-speed diesel engine came into its own as a prime mover in rail, marine, and stationary applications. It was soon realized by engine builders and o p e r a t o r s that Medium Viscosity Index (MVI) lube oils had distinct

Zelvin Levine Appointed Advanced Ship Operations Director At MarAd

Samuel B. Nemirow, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Maritime Affairs, has appointed Dr. Zelvin Levine to the post of Director, Office of Advanced Ship Operations, one of three offices reporting to the Assistant Administrator for Research and Development.

 
 
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