maritime

Lindenau Tanker Series Receives Two Nominations For International Awards

The 23,400-dwt double-hull chemical tanker Conger, largest ship ever to emerge from the Kiel yard of German shipbuilder Lindenau GmbH, was nominated for the "Outstanding Oceangoing Ships Award" by MARITIME REPORTER and Engineering News" magazine (December 1991 issue), and by the U.

 

Bethlehem Steel Names G.Y. Marriner Manager San Francisco Yard

The appointment of Gayne Y. Marriner as general manager of Bethlehem Steel Corporation's San Francisco (Calif.) Yard was announced by William C. Brigham, vice president in charge of shipbuilding. Mr. Marriner is s u c c e e d i ng Patrick G. Filip, whose retirement has been announced.

There's Something About Mary

Queen Mary 2 will not only be the largest, tallest and fastest passenger ship of its type in the world; it will also revive the august tradition of the transatlantic liner and take the design of such vessels several steps further into the future The

Former Leading U.S. Builder Becomes Leading U.S. Repairer

BMD Posts Successful Year; Eyes Retrofit Market Following a period of transition and consolidation of its marine operations, Bethlehem Steel Corporation, at one time one of the leading shipbuilders in the nation, has made a successful transformation into one of the leading U.

Maritime College Earns Further Accreditation

The Engineer's Council for Professional Development (ECPD) has accredited the electrical engineering, marine engineering, and naval architecture curricula of SUNY Maritime College. The ECPD is recognized by the Council on Postsecondary Accreditation (COPA)

CADCOM, Inc. Appoints F. William Helming

Dr. Charles O. Heller, president of CADCOM, Inc., Annapolis, Md., has announced the appointment of F. William Helming as program director for CADCOM's Washington, D.C. office. In his new position Mr. Helming will have responsibility for sales and marketing,

ARINC Awarded $117,000 MarAd Study Contract

The Maritime Administration has awarded a $117,563 study contract to ARINC Research Corporation, Annapolis, Md., for development of an Automated Management Control System for U.S. public marine terminals. The objectives of the 12-month study

N.Y. SNAME To Hold Tanker Symposium At Kings Pt. April 23

The New York Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) will hold an all-day Tanker Symposium at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, Long Island, N.Y., April 23, 1976. The highlights of the

SNAME President Names Committee Chairmen

Robert T. Young, president of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, a professional/ technical organization for members of the marine industry, has announced the following committee chairmen for 1977: Committee on Applications — chairman, Dr.

Bird-Johnson Appoints Green To Great Lakes, Nielson To Gulf Coast

Bird-Johnson Company, Walpole, Mass.—a leading supplier of marine propulsion and maneuvering systems—has named Erwin (Ed) D. Green Great Lakes regional manager, and has appointed Carl R. Nielson sales engineer for the Gulf Coast. In their respective positions,

 
 
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