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Technology, Image Top Inland Agenda

The North American inland marine market is neither technologically archaic nor as environmentally hazardous as many individuals outside of the marine market may think. These two issues dominated a recent meeting sponsored by the Ship Operations

 

MAJOR NAVY CONTRACTS

A p r i l 1 G e n e r a l D y n a m i c s C o r p o r a t i o n , C o n v a ir D i v i s i o n , San Diego, Calif., is being awarded a $ 9 , 9 9 8 , 4 5 0 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for design efforts to support the Tomahawk cruise missile. Work will be performed in San Diego,

Avondale Christens Replenishment Fleet Oil Building For U.S. Navy

The third in a series of six fleet oilers under construction for the U.S. Navy was christened recently by the Shipyards Division of Avondale Industries, Inc. in ceremonies at the yard near New Orleans. The new ship, the John Lenthall (T-AO- 189),

Litton Exhibits New Load Monitoring System

Litton Automated Marine Systems of Woodland Hills, Calif., a division of Litton Systems (Canada) Limited, Toronto, Ontario, recently held a private exhibition of their Load Monitoring System in New York City. The exhibition, held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel,

Perry Offshore Announces Expansion Through Tritech International Network

Robertson A/S Radio-Elektro of Egersund, Norway, has been acquired by Tritech International, the joint venture company of Perry Offshore, headquartered in Riviera Beach, Fla., and Bird Technology A/S of Bergen, Norway. Robertson, to be renamed Robertson Tritech A/S,

Puroflow Marine Introduces New Integrated Power-Line Protection System

—Literature Available Puroflow Marine Corporation, Newport News, Va., has announced the development of a centralized power-line protection system for shipboard electronics. It is the industry's first comprehensive, integrated package for protection of

FAIRNESS, SIMPLICITY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

Recently, then Secretary of the Treasury Donald T. Regan released for public scrutiny the Treasury Department's report to the President proposing "tax reform for fairness, simplicity and economic growth." I doubt that any individual would quibble

Tulsa Port Of Catoosa Sets Tonnage Record

June tonnages at the Tulsa Port of Catoosa set an all-time record for a one-month period, according to figures released by port director Harley Ladd. During June, the port recorded 136,412 tons of cargo moving in and out of the port, surpassing the

U.S. Shipyards Receive Contracts For 25 Ships- January To October '78

On October 10, Levingston Shipbuilding Company, Orange, Texas—subsidiary of Ashland Oil, Inc.—received a milestone $200- million contract for construction of five 35,000-dwt self-sustaining dry-bulk cargo vessels. (See MARITIME REPORTER/Engineering News issue of November 1, 1978.

Konel Corp. Brochure Describes New Solid-State Sideband

Konel Corporation has introduced a new totally solid-state 2-9 mHz sideband: the SSB-1022. This radio has been tailored to fulfill the communications needs of the medium-distance traveler: that boat traveling beyond reliable VHF coverage but less than truly worldwide range.

 
 
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