Recognizing the growing importance of the Italian cargo access equipment market, the International MacGregor Organisation has established a new company in Genoa, MacGregor Italia S.p.A. MacGregor has been longestablished in Italy through the General
According to a study just completed by IMA, 121 floating production systems are in operation or available. This is an increase of approximately 90 percent over the number of units in operation five years ago. About one-quarter of the units are operating off Northern Europe,
Each quarter IMA prepares an update on developments in the Navy ship maintenance and modernization market. This article is an excerpt from the most recent update prepared exclusively for publication only in Maritime Reporter. FY 1987 Budget Request The President's budget requests $6.
"Military/Civil Maritime Partnership- Naval Engineering's Pathway to Future Progress" was the theme of this year's annual national meeting of The American Society of Naval Engineers. The meeting, ASNE Day 1977, was held at the Shoreham-Americana Hotel in Washington, D.
Orders for self-unloading systems to be installed on six seagoing bulk cargo carriers have been announced by the Stephens-Adamson Canadian Division of Allis- Chalmers Solids Process Equipment Company. The value of these orders exceeds $12 million Canadian ($10 million U.
The Maritime Administration has approved in principle the application of Flowers Transportation, Inc., 1024 Washington Building, Greenville, Miss., for Title XI guarantee to aid in financing the construction of three towboats and 72 barges, and
Tenn-Tom Towing, Inc., 25 North Section Street, Fairhope, Ala., has applied for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing the construction of two steel oil barges and two oil screw towboats. The vessels will be operated in the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
Rayco Shipbuilders & Repairs, Inc. of Bourg, La., recently announced the signing of a construction contract with Scott Paper Company, Southern Operations, Mobile, Ala., for the construction of two river towboats, one 2,000-hp and one 1,400-hp.
At a recent meeting of the Shipyard Council of the National Maritime Council, C. Larry French, president, National Steel & Shipbuilding Company, and Edward J. Campbell, president, Newport News Shipbuilding, were elected chairman and vice chairman,