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The Tugboat, Towboat and Barge Industry

This year. The American Waterways Operators (AWO), the national trade association for the tugboat, towboat and barge industry, celebrates its 60th anniversary. AWO members, representing the inland, coastal and harbor sectors of the industry, recently

 

R.L. Fagan Rejoins Stanwick Corporation

Robert L. Fagan has rejoined The Stanwick Corporation as director, Advanced Systems Development, it was announced by Tad Stanwick, president. In this new capacity, Mr. Fagan will coordinate the expansion of the company's systems engineering, logistic support

California ASNE Reviews Automatic Position Control

The members who attended the regular monthly meeting of the Long-Beach-Greater Los Angeles Chapter of The American Society of Naval Engineers in March were rewarded by an evening of good fellowship, fine food, and an excellent technical paper by Dr.

Development of Security Legislation and Regulation Affecting Passenger Vessels

Following the attacks of September 11. the Congress and various federal agencies quickly realized that vessels and maritime facilities are vulnerable to largescale acts of terrorism. By their very nature, ports are exposed, accessible and busy and

Sarex Oil/Water Separators Approved By U.S. Coast Guard —Literature Available

The U.S. Coast Guard has approved Sarex oil/water separators to control polluted waters being discharged from shipboard bilges and shoreside stations. Said to be the first such certification issued by the Coast Guard for oil/water separators,

IMO Double CIG Pumps Offer Increased Flow Rates At Lower Installed Cost

The CIG® Pump Series, available from IMO Pump Division, now includes a double pump design for multi-staging and multi-pump applications. The double units, consisting of two CIG pumps assembled on a common shaft with a common suction port, provide

Marine Machinery Association Discusses Quality Control With Navy Officials

Recently, the Board of Directors of the Marine Machinery Association met with a select group of U.S. Navy officials to discuss incidents of poor quality in parts and services being supplied to the Navy as a result of awards to less than qualified suppliers.

T r a i l e r M a r i n e T r a n s p o rt A w a r d e d $ 7 . 7 - M i l l i on M S C C o n t r a ct

The Navy's Military Sealift Command has awarded a two-year $7.7-million contract to Trailer Marine Transport Corp. (TMT), of Jacksonville, Fla., for the transportation of military supplies to the Naval Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The contract

Full Line Of GMDSS Products From Raytheon Marine —Literature Available—

Raytheon Marine Company and JRC have worked closely with ship owners, operators and crew to develop functional, easy to use, reliable products for Global Maritime D i s t r e s s and Safety System (GMDSS) carriage. Together these companies offer

AIS: Getting it Right from the Start

The Automatic Identification System (AIS) technology has received its fair share of critics up to present, mainly due to poor made installations and lack of training. The problems are currently taking the focus from the positive side where is has

 
 
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