International Trade Fair And Conferences Gothenburg, Sweden—February 25-March 1 Offshore Goteborg '85, Sweden's third offshore exhibition and conference, will be held February 25 to March 1 in the Swedish Trade Fair Foundation's Exhibition and Congress Centre at Gothenburg.
SeaArk Marine of Monticello, Ark., delivered its 27 ft. (8.2 m), all-welded aluminum Commander model to the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commissioners of Newark. N.J. Named R.V. Passaic River, the vessel will be utilized for water quality sampling and
In time of heightened security, the new 87-ft. (26.5 m) coastal patrol boat. USCG Sturgeon, built by Bollinger Shipyards for the U.S. Coast Guard at Grand Isle, La. Was a welcome sight. The new boat replaces the 82-ft. (24.9 m) patrol boat Point Sal, that was commissioned in 1966.
Special Advertising Section Just as today's maritime industry is currently experiencing technological advances, the equipment that will be used to produce and adhere to these changes must follow the same beat — specifically in the arena of fendering systems.
Constructing side stringers into the wing tanks of double-hulled vessels will allow for easier maintenance and inspections, said the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) recently. Despite the increased cost, ABS urged that this added modification
McDermott Marine Construction has completed the deepest pipelines laid in U.S. waters. The two pipelines reached depths of approximately 1,400 feet and were installed for Conoco Inc.'s Jolliet project. The 6.5-mile 10-inch lines were installed
Last year the U.S. Navy approved Hamilton Chemical Corporation's Formula #303 to protect PVC cable which normally ignites at 300 degrees F from flame and temperatures exceeding 2,000 degrees F for periods in excess of 60 minutes, according to the New York-based firm.
NKK (Nippon Kokan) has developed a new basic ship design promoting greater energy conservation, which will be applied to three vessels (two ore/coal carriers and a bulk carrier) being built for Showa Shipping Company and Nippon Yusen. Shinichi Hirayama, president of NKK America Inc.
The City of Seward, Alaska, broke ground recently for the state's largest marine-oriented industrial development. "The Fourth of July Industrial Park, located across the head of Resurrection Bay from this picturesque community of 3,000 will be the site of a $60- million dock,
Robert E. O'Brien, president and chief executive officer of Moore McCormack Lines, Incorporated, New York, N.Y., recently announced three key appointments of that water transportation subsidiary of Moore McCormack Resources, Inc. Henry W. Born was appointed inward traffic manager, A.