Pei-Yen Wang has joined Lexington Transport (New York), Inc. as senior marine superintendent, it was announced by H. E. Engelbrecht, president. From 1948 to 1966, Mr. Wang served in all engineering officer capacities from 3rd assistant engineer to chief engineer.
Proving that the sum of the parts is greater than the whole is by no means an easy task. Yet this challenge was successfully undertaken during a two day private seminar recently sponsored by Nav- Com Incorporated in Washington, D.C. Combining
Over the past six decades, there have been rapid developments in technology and marine operations. These have brought about significant changes in maritime education and training. Six decades ago, maritime education and training was a relatively straightforward process.
The first vessel certified by DnV to comply with the new International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code by IMO. Berge Boston, has installed a new integrated Ship Security System by Norway-based Hernis Scan Systems A/S. Hernis is offering
Edward J. Campbell, president and chief exceutive officer of Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News, Va., recently announced a significant restructuring of the shipyard's top management. William R. (Pat) Phillips Jr., a 39-year employee of the shipyard and executive vice president,
Enserch Corporation of Dallas, Texas, has sold its wholly owned subsidiary, Samson Ocean Systems, Inc., to the company's management group of Stephen Swiackey, president and chief operating officer; Charles E. Smith, vice president of sales and marketing; and Daniel Dally,
Secretary of Defense Caspar W. Weinberger announced recently that the President has nominated Rear Adm. Glenwood Clark for appointment to the grade of vice admiral and assignment as Commander of the Navy's Space and Warfare Systems Command (SWSC),
— F r e e Literature O f f e r e d— The Walter S. Diehl, T-AO-193, the fifth in a series of seven fleet oilers under construction at Avondale Industries' Shipyards Division, Avondale, La., for the U.S. Navy, was recently christened. She is scheduled for delivery to the Navy in 1988.
Signet Cruise Lines, Inc. a division of Houston-based Signet Corporation, has awarded a design contract for two 850-passenger worldclass U.S. cruise vessels to Wartsila, one of the world's foremost designers and builders of passenger ships, J .
The Copenhagen-based yard Burmeister & Wain, recently delivered the Petrobulk Jupiter, the 11th ship in a series of Panamax product tankers. The vessel has gone on time-charter to Shell International Marine Ltd. for a period of five years. This