—Color Literature Available— Since delivering their first controllable- pitch propeller (CPP) systems to Menzer Werft for use aboard a new 22-knot police boat two decades ago, Schaffran Propeller Lehne & Co. GmbH & Co. KG, Liibeck, West Germany,
August 26-28, Louisville, Kentucky The first annual International Inland Waterways Conference and Trade Show will take place August 26-28 at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky. This conference and trade show, possibly
There is a groundswell of commitment for mandating the installation of "black boxes" aboard ships, so that in the in the unlikely case of a disaster, history will not repeat itself. At an estimated cost of $75,000 to $150,000 per ship, however, safety
The U.S. maritime world is rapidly changing direction as security becomes an ever larger and more important issue to the federal government. We have seen the Department of Homeland Security created, the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 become law,
Palmer Internationl, Inc., Worcester, Pa., has developed two elastomeric compounds, DuraTough DP and DuraTough DL, for the repair of marine components damaged by cavitation. These compliant compounds are designed to inhibit the deterioration of
—Literature Available Cargocaire Engineering Corporation, Amesbury, Mass., a leader in the development and manufacture of desiccant dehumidification systems for 50 years, recently introduced its new industrial Honey- Combe® dehumidifier model HC300.
Seaward International, Inc., Falls Church, Va., has been awarded an $860,000 contract for the installation, supervision, and training of an oil-spill protection program for the Jeddah Oil Refinery harbor area in Saudi Arabia. The refinery is operated by Petromin,
The United States Navy has signed a contract with IMODCO, a unit of AMCA International Corporation, for the development of a portable Single Point Mooring catenary buoy for quick deployment in support of naval amphibious operations. A major specification
REVIEW AND OUTLOOK The year 1982 began with a relatively healthy amount of work in hand but a weak order book. CSSRA yard employment reached a 10-year high of 14,200 in March but by December this had become a 10-year low of 8,500, a drop of 5,700 people or 40 percent of the work force.
Bringing together a diverse group of individuals within the maritime industry, the Connecticut Maritime Association (CMA), plans to host its annual Trade Show and Conference from March 17- 19, 2003 at the Westin Stamford Hotel in Stamford, Conn.