May 4-5, Washington, D.C. ASNE Day, the annual event consisting of a technical program and exhibition of the American Society of Engineers (ASNE), will be held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C., on May 4-5. The theme of the event is "Naval Engineering into the Next Century.
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
Milestone In Newport News Shipbuilding's 100th Anniversary Celebration The U.S. Navy's fifth nuclearpowered aircraft carrier, Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71), came alive recently at the Newport News Shipbuilding yard, Newport News, Va., 16 months ahead of schedule and $80 million under budget.
Ralph E. Ablon, chairman of Ogden Corporation, has announced that Ogden's board of directors have approved a plan to distribute the stock of Ogden Marine, Inc. (OMI) to Ogden stockholders. It is expected that the spinoff will be completed in late December 1983 or early 1984,
Avondale Industries, Inc. recently announced that its Boat Division has been appointed the U.S. licensee for the API-88 amphibious hovercraft. The API-88 is a high-speed passenger hovercraft and freightcarrying air-cushioned vehicle designed by the British Hovercraft Corporation.
To meet the requirements of the BoTruc project. Bollinger's design group chose ShipConstructor2004. the latest version of the 3-D product modeling software developed by Albacore Research Ltd (ARL). Canada. Bollinger has been using ShipConstructor for more than six years.
Bulkfleet, Inc., the Texas-based marine company that introduced heavy fuel-burning deep-notched vessels to the United States, has consolidated its interests, including a first-class passenger cruise line, under the name Signet Corporation, J. Barry Snyder,
Todd Shipyards Corporation has reported improved sales and earnings f o r the first quarter ended June 29, 1980. Todd currently has a backlog of $1.5 billion, and a good earnings trend is expected to continue, the company reported. At its Annual Shareholders Meeting,
Despite a new volume record in 2003 and an 11% improvement of net profits before extraordinary items, Hempel's CEO Ditlev Engel is not fully satisfied with the result. The major fall in the dollar is the reason that the group was unable to live up to its own expectations for greater progress.