Raymond M. Burke, group vice president, Drew Chemical Corporation, Parsippany, N.J., has announced the promotion of Walter A. Smith to director, consulting and technical services, Marine Division. In his new position, Mr. Smith will be responsible
Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Chester, Pa., has announced that Joseph J. Kleschick was elected to the Sun Ship board of directors. Mr. Kleschick is Sun Ship's vice president-marketing. Mr. Kleschick is a 1951 graduate of Villanova University
Secretary of Commerce Juanita M. Kreps has appointed Vincent Cannaliato Jr. chairperson, and Thomas J. Smith a member of the Advisory Board to the United States Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y. Mr. Cannaliato, vice president, corporate finance department, Kidder, Peabody & Co.
German predilection for technological advance permeates all areas of primary business and industrial activity, to the undoubted benefit of the competitive standing of its international market players. In the maritime domain, a clear appreciation
Colonial Williamsburg, Va., is the site for the December 12-14, 1984 meeting of the ASTM Committee F- 25 on Shipbuilding. The committee's 10 technical standards writing subcommittees, ranging from standards for marine paints and coatings to outfitting,
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,
Finland's Napa Oy has opened a Representation Office in Kobe, Japan, to strengthen the company's presence in the region. Naoki Mizutani has been appointed manager of the Representation Office in Japan. The company is committed to playing a key role in Southeast Asia,
Earlier this year, the USNS Impeccable and the USNS Stockham recognized the need to make repairs and enhancements on many of the ships' multi-cable penetrations. Reminded about the importance of fire prevention, the ships were looking for a solution
The U.S. Navy has announced the award of a $9 million contract to MarineSafety International (MSI) for shiphandling training services through 1996. The training is a continuation and expansion of services performed since 1987 at the MSI Newport, Rhode Island facility.
United States Cruises, Inc. (USCI) of Seattle has applied to the Maritime Administration for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing the reconstruction and conversion of the SS United States from a trans-Atlantic liner to a luxury cruise ship.