U.S. and Canadian companies have been licensed to manufacture a range of floating drydocks that operate on the submarine principle of using compressed air to blow water from their ballast tanks. Ammac Welding and Machine Works of Wilmington, Calif.
Rising out of the ashes of receivership, Hobart, Australia-based INCAT is back with a vengeance. After a setback this 46 past year, the company, according to CEO Robert Clifford, is "well structured for the future." And the company is on its way
Con-Tech Power Systems of Pearlington, Miss., marked a significant milestone, when it was selected to supply the entire list of electrical control components required for the Logistic Support Vessel (LSV) construction program at Moss Point Marine, Inc.
The Marine Division of J.M. Voith GmbH recently elected E. Shaprut to head their Voith Schneider America branch. The establishment of this branch is designed to further enhance and improve direct services to the American market. Mr. Shaprut is
The U.S. Coast Guard recently issued a proposed list of significant changes to regulations to improve the lifesaving equipment carried by T-boats (passenger boats less than 100 tons in weight operating in coastal waters). The changes were prompted
As the business of providing power to marine vessels around the world continues to consolidate into the hands of fewer, larger companies, one of the more active companies — Wartsila Corporation — recently gave more insight into its long-term strategy as "The Ship Power Supplier.
The completion by LEEVAC Shipyards of a one-of-a-kind, highly specialized vessel conversion for Cal Dive International (CDI), a worldwide full-service oilfield diving contractor, was announced recently by Jerry Bostic, president of LEEVAC Corporation.
Daniel Weiler, vice president and general manager of JJH Inc.'s Washington office, a leading naval engineering firm located in Crystal City, Va., has announced the addition of several key people to his staff. Robert J. Riggins has been appointed to