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10 MILLION PASSENGERS PER YEAR BY 2000, ANALYSTS SAY

Despite the recent drop in passenger bookings, some industry analysts are predicting that by the year 2000, more than 10 million passengers will take cruises annually. These projections are based on a growth level of 10 percent per year. Present cruise passenger levels stand at 3.

 

New Members Elected To Norshipco Board

L.C. Ackerman, Charles H. Eure Jr., and O. Ray Yates Jr. have been elected to the board of directors at Norshipco, Norfolk, Va. Mr. Ackerman became associated with the Walker Manufacturing Company, a manufacturer and marketer of automotive exhaust systems and filters, in 1952.

Gastech '81

If the production, transportation and use of LNG and LPG are related to your business in any way, you should be in Hamburg, West Germany from October 20 to 23. At that time the 8th International LNG/LPG Conference and Exhibition will be in progress.

R. Wilkes And J. Wylde Announce Formation Of New Shipping Agency

The formation of a new shipping agency, Wilkes, Wylde & Co., Inc., to operate initially in Savannah and Atlanta, Ga., and Charleston, S.C., has been announced by the principals. R.M. (Bud) Wilkes, who has long been active in shipping circles in the U.

LEADING INLAND OPERATORS SPEAK OUT

Barge Operators Assess Impact Of OPA And Future Of The Industry The repercussions of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 have been felt by the entire marine industry, but no where more acutely then in U.S. inland waterway and coastal transport operations.

Raymond International Expands Offshore Services To U.S. West Coast

Raymond International Inc. of Houston has expanded its services to the offshore oil and gas industry by establishing an offshore projects group at the Oakland, Calif., headquarters of Raymond's wholly owned subsidiary, Raymond Kaiser Engineers Inc.

Minority-Owned Shipyard Organized In Portland

Swan Island Shipyard, Inc., a minority-owned business enterprise conceived through privately funded studies arranged by Portland City Commissioner Charles Jordan and some members of the Portland Chamber of Commerce, has completed its formal corporate organization.

Gulf Oil Trading & Transportation Announces Management Changes

The following management changes have been announced by Gulf Trading & Transportation Company (GT&T) president Herbert I. Goodman. Edward A. Monto, formerly president, Compania Maritima Gulf S.A., an affiliate of Gulf Oil Corporation, is appointed general manager,

Nor-Shipping '85

Shipping and Maritime Offshore Exhibition & Conference 6 - 1 0 May 1985 Nor-Shipping '85, the tenth in this series of compact, high-quality shipping exhibitions and conferences, will be held May 6-10 at the Sjolyst Exhibition Centre in Oslo.

Is A Big Bulk Carrier A Good Bet?

Entering the 1980s, it is hard to believe that it is now more than six years since the last "boom" in the big bulk carrier market was ended by the "Oil Crisis," and an abrupt change in the trading pattern of the combined fleet. For much of this period,

 
 
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