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People & Company News
Bachrach & Wood Celebrates 50th
Bachrach & Wood was formed 1953 to provide marine surveying and consult- ant services to the shipping industry in
New Orleans. Over the years, Bachrach & Wood has changed its focus from bluewater shipping to the offshore oil- field, now providing builder's risk sur-
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Lubmarine to Launch New Line for
Lubmarine will launch a new genera- tion of clean lubricants for medium- speed engines and high stress applica- tions, which will be available this month. The new range, Aurelia XL, has been formulated using the latest additive technology to cope with the increasingly demanding environment of modern marine engines.
The new clean formula is designed to reduce ring sticking and breakage, which contributes to a longer engine life. The lubricant offers superior pro- tection of all engine parts against corro- sion due to Aurelia XL's high BN.
Aurelia XL has been developed for use in medium speed main propulsion and auxiliary trunk piston diesel engines in both marine and power plant applica- tions. It is also suitable for use in tur- bochargers, geared transmissions, oil filled stern tubes and variable pitch pro- pellers and other deck equipment requir- ing a SAE 30 or 40-grade oil.
Aurelia XL is available in SAE 30 and 40 grades and in a range of BNs with the major grades being BN 30. BN40 and
BN 55. For special applications BN 25 and BN 65 grades are also available.
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NOL Names Lim as President, CEO
Singapore-based container shipping group, Neptune Orient Lines (NOL), has appointed David Lim as group presi- dent and CEO. Lim, who will assume his new role on July 10, will join Group
CFO Lim How Teck as an executive director on the NOL Board.
The ability for crew and staff to easily keep in touch with family and friends is an important factor to maintain and enhance motivation on board.
Marlink provide crew calling solutions with easy and convenient access to reliable and private communication - around the clock and around the world.
Any time. Any place. of ABS. The Board of Directors has also elected Robert E. Kramek, currently senior V.P. and president, ABS Americas division to the position of executive V.P.
Perez Resigns as Trico Marine's CFO
Victor M. Perez, who has served as
V.P., CFO and Treasurer since 1995 for
Trico Marine Services, Inc., has resigned effective June 30. 2003. The
Board of Directors has elected Ronald
O. Palmer, Chairman of the Board, to serve as interim CFO and Treasurer. One of the Company's founders, Palmer served as the Company's CFO and
Treasurer from 1980 to 1995. veys for heavy lifts and pipeline con- struction, warranty surveys for trips-in- to, vessel safety and security audits, and on/off charter surveys for barges and boats. The firm is headquartered in
Morgan City, La., with offices in
Metairie, Fourchon and Harvey, La., as well as Houston.
Top Management Changes at ISC
Erik F. Johnsen has been elected
Chairman of the Board and CEO of
International Shipholding Corporation (ISC), while Niels M. Johnsen has been elected president, and Erik L. Johnsen has been re-elected Executive Vice
Erik F. Johnsen (left), has been elected Chairman of the Board and CEO of ISC, succeeding his brother, Niels