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Spain: Finding Strength in Specialization

As the powerful entity created from the merger of Empresa Nacional Bazan and Astilleros Espanoles at the end of 2000, IZAR has underscored a commitment to design and engineering technology development, in conjunction with efficient production,

 

MacGregor-Navire Access Gear Ordered For Vehicle Carriers Building In People's Republic

The cargo access equipment for two car/truck carriers to be built at a major shipyard in the People's Republic of China for West German operator Christian F. Ahrenkiel will be Mac- Gregor-Navire designed. Each 3,700-car capacity vessel will be fitted with an extensive access shipset that,

The Needs of Maritime Electronic Equipment

The rigorous standard of the International Electrotechnical Commision IEC60945 for the maritime market is mandatory for reliable and safe Electronic components. Following the CRT-tubes new technologies like LCD has emerged. In opposite to the analogue

Navy Shiphandling Simulator Training Expanded

January marked the one-year anniversary of shiphandling training courses at Newport, R.I., for PCO/ PXO's and department heads attending the Surface Warfare Officers School. Over 850 naval officers have attended either the 20- or the 40-hour course at the simulator complex.

Campbell Receives Order For Three 'Super Pacific' Tuna Purse Seiners

—Literature Available Campbell Shipyard, San Diego, Calif., has been awarded contracts to construct three more 1,500-toncapacity "Super Pacific" Class tuna purse seiners in addition to two already on order. The 257- by 45- by 26-foot vessels have

Four Executive Promotions Announced By Rosenblatt

Lester Rosenblatt, chairman of the board, M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc., the worldwide naval architectural and marine engineering firm headquartered in New York, recently announced the appointment of Douglas J. Yuengling to the position of assistant

$1,2-Million Navy Contract For Communications Buoy Awarded To Hazeltine

Hazeltine Corporation, Commack, N.Y., has announced the receipt of a $1.2-million U.S. Navy contract from Naval Sea Systems Command for the development of a digitally programmable c o m m u n i c a t i o ns buoy and buoy interface unit for use in submarine communications via satellite.

Hancock Succeeds Loftus As Comptroller And Deputy Commander Of NAVSEA

Capt. James E. Hancock has been assigned as deputy commander/ comptroller of the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA), succeeding Rear Adm. Stephen F. Loftus. Headquartered in Arlington, Va., NAVSEA is responsible for the design, development, acquisition

ASNE Southern New England Discusses Sub Combat Systems

Earle Messere, the technical director of the Naval Underwater Systems Center, was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Southern New England Section, American Society of Naval Engineers. Mr. Messere likened the Underwater Systems Center to

Omnithruster Appoints Manotherm Representative For Benelux Countries

Charles M. Aker, vice president and general manager of Omnithruster Inc., has announced the signing of a r e p r e s e n t a t i v e 's agreement with Manotherm B.V. to cover the Benelux countries, and act as service agents in many chief seaports of the world.

 
 
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