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Practical Compliance With Latest USCG and IMCO REGULATIONS

The introduction of IMCO regulations, last amended in 1978, and the publication of USCG regulations, September 1979, require that all ships calling on U.S. and IMCO nations' ports will be required to comply with these regulations by the specified dates.

 

Power to the Surveyor

In a bold move to simplify and expedite the entire ship surveying process. Germanischer Lloyd (GL) has implemented a new, information technology (IT) tool for use by its stations around the world. Heralded as a revolutionary step forward in surveying,

Captain Osborne Joins Port of San Francisco

Capt. Arthur M. Osborne has joined the Port of San Francisco as director of engineering and maintenance according to an announcement by executive director Eugene L. Gartland. Capt. Osborne served as Commanding Officer, Naval Station Treasure Island,

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

First of Three Fast Sealift Ships Delivered

The U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command recently took delivery of three Fast Sealift Ships (FSS), part of an eight-ship package comprising the Navy's Fast Sealift Ship program designed to increase the mobility and responsiveness of the Armed Forces.

Sixteen Key Appointments Announced At Bath Iron

President John F. Sullivan Jr. of Bath Iron Works recently announced 16 key appointments in a major managerial realignment to strengthen the shipyard's production and marketing capabilities. "We are pleased that all the appointments came from within the company," he said.

New Measures on Ballast Water Management Approval

"Back to the drawing board" is the message to designers of new vessels, as ballast water management is to become a major consideration in the design of new vessels following the approval by IMO of a series of measures aimed at reducing the effects

SpillStop® Technique Prevents Oil Spillqge After Tanker Accidents

An active inert gas-controlled system utilizing vacuum technique (SpillStop™-Patent Pending) from Western Products, Ventura, Calif., drastically reduces or totally prevents oil spill from tankers after an accidental rupture of the hull. Existing

V o i g t Shipping Reorganizes —Elects Nick G. Koutroulis President Of Renamed Firm

F.A. Voigt & Company B.V. of Rotterdam has purchased all outstanding shares of Houston-based F.A. Voigt shipping Company, and has reorganized and renamed the firm Voigt & Koutroulis Shipping Company. The changes were announced by Voigt chairman of the board Wieger J.

Positive Outlook for Global Subsea Development, Deepwater Strengthening

There are 2,511 identified pending, probable and possible subsea production wells forecast (base case) worldwide over the next six years. Some 18 percent of these subsea completions will be installed in North America, 30 percent in Africa/Mediterranean,

 
 
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