American Bureau of Shipping

AWO 40 YEARS OF PROGRESS

Forty years ago, the American Waterways Operators, Inc., was founded for the purpose of representing the national interests of the inland and coastal marine transportation industry. AWO was incorporated in 1944. On March 3-4, this premier organization will

 

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

1,000-Foot Bulk Carrier M / V Lewis Wilson Foy Joins Bethlehem Steel's Great Lakes Fleet

The newest 1,000-foot vessel on the Great Lakes, Bethlehem Steel Corporation's M/V Lewis Wilson Foy was recently placed in service. Designed and constructed by Bay Shipbuilding Corp., Sturgeon Bay, Wis. 54235, a subsidiary of The Manitowoc Company, Inc.

Bethlehem Steel Lays Keel For Second T-AKX Reconstruction

Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Sparrows Point, Md., yard has dedicated the keel for the reconstruction of its second ship in the U.S. Navy's Maritime Prepositioning Ship Program, it was announced recently by David Watson, yard general manager. "The

Ceramic Coatings Approved By ABS For Diesel Engine Use

The American Bureau of Shipping issued a Certificate of Approval to Turbine Components Corporation of Branford, Connecticut, on June 17, 1987. A.B.S. has surveyed T.C.C.'s facility and reviewed the process, specifications, and quality assurance

Rados-Designed Research And Monitoring Vessel Being Built By Knight & Carver In San Diego

Rados International Corporation, naval architects and marine engineers of San Pedro, Calif., has been awarded a design contract for furnishing the complete design, engineering, and construction inspection of a new 84-foot twin-screw, full secondary

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.

Halter Converts Supply Boat For USCG Drug Surveillance Mission

The offshore supply vessel Liberator, which once served rigs and platforms in the Gulf of Mexico, has been converted by Halter Marine, Inc., Lockport, La., to support the U.S. Coast Guard in its war on illegal drugs. Now known as the Windward Sentry,

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

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

 
 
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