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92nd SNAME Annual Meeting Third International Maritime Exposition

The 92nd Annual Meeting and Third International Maritime Exposition of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers will be held November 7-10,1984, at the New York Hilton Hotel. The exposition, with more exhibitors than ever before and a larger number of firms from overseas,

 

SNAME Pacific Northwest Section Reviews Design And Use Of Floating Breakwaters

More than 50 members and guests and 12 students attended the January meeting of the Pacific Northwest Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, held at the Officers Club, Pier 91, Seattle, Wash. The subject of the night's meeting

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

AWO'S AMERICAN WATERWAYS SHIPYARD CONFERENCE IS SHAPING POLICY FOR LONG-TERM GROWTH

Apart f r om t h e 24 major deepsea shipyards, t h e r e exists a segment of the U.S. maritime indust r y composed of more than 300 small- and medium-sized commercial shipyards located throughout t h e nation on t h e East, West, and Gulf Coasts,

2004 SNAME Set for Washington, D.C.

One of the maritime industry's premiere annual events, the 2004 SNAME Maritime Technology Conference & Exposition, is scheduled to grace scenic Washington, D.C., scheduled from September 29 to October 1, 2004. Washington, D.C., the center of U.S.

Dixie Carriers To Build And Operate Barges For Norwegian Firm

Dixie Carriers, Inc., a subsidiary of Kirby Exploration Company, Inc., has entered into a multiyear agreement with Odfjell Westfal- Larsen Tankers of Bergen, Norway, for the construction and operation of three specialty tank barges. The barges, to be constructed by Platzer Shipyard, Inc.

ABS Reports Record Number Of Vessels Under Classification

The number of vessels in American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) classification has climbed to a record total, William N. Johnston, the chairman and president, reported at the semiannual meeting of the international ship classification society. ABS classed 388 new vessels of 3,

Paul Hall Named First Posthumous Recipient Of AOTOS Award

The late Paul Hall, former president of the Seafarer's International Union and vice president of the AFL-CIO, has been named the 1981 recipient of the Admiral of the Ocean Sea Award. Mr. Hall is the first awardee to receive the maritime industry's highest award posthumously.

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.

Raytheon Introduces New Commercial 'IMO' Recording Echo Sounder

Raytheon Marine Company has introduced a new commercial chartrecording echo sounder with performance features meeting and exceeding IMO depth indicator requirements for ships traveling in international waters. The Raytheon RD-500 Echo Sounder

 
 
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