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New Teleflex Remote Valve Actuators Are Designed To Eliminate Problems And Cut Costs

—Literature Available System failures due to corrosion, misalignment and binding are problems that have plagued the current methods of remote valve actuation for years. The use of these methods will decrease with the development of the Remote

 

Bird-Johnson Acquires HDF And Olympic Propeller Companies And Realigns Management

Bird-Johnson Company of Walpole, Mass., a leading manufacturer of commercial and naval controllable- pitch propeller systems, has purchased the assets of The 76 Corporation, comprised of the HDF and Olympic Propeller Companies of Seattle. The

Caterpillar Offers Literature On New Marine Diesel Propulsion System Products And Support Programs

Fuel Savings Alone Can Justify New Engine Investment At the New Orleans Work Boat Show in January, Caterpillar Engine Division announced new and improved diesel marine propulsion system products and support programs designed to help operators reduce

THE EXPANDING CRUISE INDUSTRY—STILL MORE ROOM FOR GROWTH

With nearly 3 million people taking a cruise during 1988 (4 million, including one-day cruises), the cruise industry is one of the fastest growing sectors of the travel industry. With Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) reporting excellent bookings for its member cruise lines,

Nichols Brothers Awarded Schooner Hull Contract From Marimed

David Higgins, executive director of the Marimed (maritime medicine) Foundation in Honolulu, has announced the signing of the initial contract for the construction of a 150-foot, three-masted topsail schooner. The vessel will be outfilled with

Four VLCC Supertanker Conversions To Include Megasystems Seamatic II

Megasystems, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, has announced that Seamatic II engine monitoring and control systems will be an integral part of the conversion of four VLCC supertankers to diesel operation for Mobil Shipping and Transportation Co., now underway in

CIT Takes Issue With Customs' Duty Calculation in Dry-Docking Case

The vessel repair statute (Section 466 of the Tariff Act of 1930, 19 U.S.C. § 1466) requires the payment of a 50 percent ad valorem duty on the cost of foreign equipment purchased for, or expenses of repairs made to, U.S.-flag vessels in a foreign country.

Lykes Sign Letters O f Intent To Build Six C o n t a i n e r s h i ps

Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc. New Orleans, has signed a letter of intent with shipbuilders in Japan and the United Kingdom for construction of six large, automated containerships. One letter of intent is with a joint venture of Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding Co.

Proposal Calls For Ship's Spare Parts To Be Based Ashore

The Maritime Subsidy Board (MSB) has authorized publication in the Federal Register of a notice that it is proposing a new policy permitting spare parts to be based ashore. The proposal also specifies a predetermined limit on the amount of constructiondifferential subsidy

Shipping Executive Predicts Oil Imports Will Triple In 1970s

White there are grave uncertainties in the picture of world oil supply and demand as a result of Middle East and other developments, it is expected that U.S. tankerborne imports of oil will more than triple during the 1970s. The projection was made in Tulsa, Okla.

 
 
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