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
The Shipbuilding Machinery & Marine Technology Exhibition & Conference (SMM '94) — scheduled for Sept. 27 to Oct. 1 in Hamburg—is a leading international show which will attract an estimated 32,000 vistitors from 49 countries. The exhibits portion
The aim of any shipowner is obviously to keep a vessel in shape and operating for as many revenue-generating days as possible per year (cargo rates willing, of course). Singapore - which is one of the world's busiest ports - was the sight of a unique repair j ob on a Panamanian tanker.
When the decision was made to convert Dockwise's Blue Marlin to the world's largest semi-submersible vessel, there were obviously many key considerations, with the re-powering of the new ship topping the list. Wartsila was contracted for the job.
The expansion and modernization program being undertaken by the Brazilian shipbuilder Companhia Comercio e Navegacao, currently the world's fourth largest builder of "series" ships over 10,000 dwt, is now nearing completion. The program, which
Literature describing five models of waste water treatment units is available from Omnipure, a division of Sigma-Chapman, Inc., Houston, Texas. Omnipure uses an electrocatalytic waste treatment process for treating black and gray waters when seawater is available.
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,
A unit of Raymond International Inc., Houston, Texas, recently purchased a crane ship from an Italian firm for $34.5 million, according to Henry F. LeMieux, chairman and chief executive officer. Mr. LeMieux said that Raymond Offshore Constructors, Inc.
Lykes Bros. Steamship Co. recently announced some organizational changes. Carl J. Horn has been named executive vice president with responsibilities for all customer acquisition and operations functions of the company; and Joseph T. Lykes III,
naval operations and the top U.S. Navy officer, last month was reported as recommending that the service stick to its plan to build a multi-billion-dollar class of new destroyers despite a crunch on funds for new warships. "I'd love to have DD-21," Adm.