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Lightweight Lifting Slings From Slingmax Rigging Products Used In Navy Ship Launching

—Free Literature Offered— Three lightweight Twin-Path® Extra lifting slings, weighing only 250 pounds each, were used in a recent launching of a 419-ton Navy vessel. Southern Industrial Corporation was contracted by the U.S. Navy to launch a 150-foot long,

 

SURVIVAL AT SEA

The occasional sinking of ships and capsizing of offshore structures, especially in hostile, frigid environments, are reminders that the perils of the sea are still with us. In many of these disasters, official investigations have found that hypothermia

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

EUROPORT '81

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,

Crane Manufacturers Friedrich Kocks And Peiner Have Merged

Kocks Crane and Marine Company of Pittsburgh announces the merger of its parent company, Friedrich Kocks, with Peiner AG, a company of the Salzgitter group. Both companies have wellestablished reputations as producers of large cranes and material- handling

Japan Lobbies To Defeat Bills Calling For End To Drift-Net Fishing

In the face of overwhelming international opposition and new Congressional action to force a ban on drift-net fishing in 1992, Japan's fishing industry began an uphill battle recently to preserve drift-net fishing on the high seas. A spokesman for the Japanese Fisheries Association,

Alstom, USN Team For Integrated Solution

Alstom Drives & Controls has worked with the U.S. Navy (USN) to produce an electric power and propulsion system which is compact and robust, while meeting exacting and demanding USN standards. Traditional Navy practice in the realm of ship and

Seaworthy And Bethlehem Steel Offer An Innovative 1,500-TEU Class Convertible Container Carrier

Seaworthy Systems, Inc., of Essex, Connecticut, and Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Sparrows Point Yard have announced an innovative vessel design intended for Jones Act trade routes. The vessel's capacity is based on the carriage of 774 forty-foot

COMSAT World Systems Division Announces Three Vice Presidential Changes

COMSAT World Systems Division, Washington, D.C., recently announced three vice presidential appointments. Edward J. Martin has been named to the position of vice president, international operations. In his new capacity, Mr. Martin will be responsible

International Paint Applies New Coating Technology To U.S. Marine Market

—Free Literature Available— Offering new tank coating technology that greatly extends the operational flexibility of ship owners and operators—thereby enabling maximum flexibility of cargo carriage— International Paint is moving toward consolidating

 
 
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