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2nd German Hydrographies Conference

September 26 1 p.m.—Welcome and introductory lec- ture. "The Challenge for Biological Oceanogra- phy from the Changes in the Environmental

Situation." "North Sea and Baltic: A Comparison of

Environmental Problems Between Seas." "Sea Environment Bank."

Discussion of topics. 4 p.m.—End of session.

September 27 9 a.m.—"Remote Exploration of the Sea

Using Radar Techniques." "A Helicopter-Operated Hydrographic

Measuring System for Coastal Waters." "Marine Environment Protection from the Perspective of Industry." "Numeric Models: An Instrument for Sim- ulating the Spread of Materials in the Sea." "Air Observation and Control of Oil Pollu- tion in the North Sea and Baltic." "Naval Assistance in Monitoring Waters and Fighting Accidental Oil Spills." "National Park & Environmental Protec- tion & Surveying." "The Work of the 'Ludwig Prandtl' in Envi- ronmental Protection." "Principles for Assessing the Need for

Cleaning Seas." "Concluding Remarks on the Hydrogra- phies Conference." 4:30 p.m.—End of conference.


Holger Clasen

Clayton Deutschland

Coldweld Molecular Welding System

Comsat Maritime Services



Corrobesch Vertriebsges

John Crane

CSD Vertriebsgesellschaft


Damen Shipyards

Danfoss System Hydraulik

Danish Export Group

Davit International

Deckma Hamburg Vertriebsges.




Desch Antriebstechnik

Deutz MWM

Diesel Elektrik F. Tacke

DMT Marinetechnik

Dorman Diesel

Karl Dose (continued) building Combine, referred to the fact that the DDR was participating at SMM for the fourth time since 1982. It was, he said, an important forum for the East German ship- building industry (which became an associate member of the German

Association of Shipbuilding and

Marine Technology this year), and the country's maritime transport and port sectors.

The DDR will be presenting three basic types of cargo ships at SMM: a 17,175-ton multipurpose container- ship, built by the Neptun-Werft in

Rostock; a 17,050-ton container- ship, built by Warrow-Werft in

Warnemunde; and a 14,190-ton uni- versal containership, built by the

Mathias-Thes-Werft in Wismar.

In addition, the DDR will be offering ship's equipment, rationali- zation concepts, a software package and lifesaving gear. At a press conference, Helmut F.H. Hansen, chairman of the Port of Hamburg marketing and public relations board and of the SMM exhibitors' advisory council, noted that this 30- year-old exhibition has grown into an event of international signifi- cance. Mr. Hansen cited the suc- cess of SMM '88: over 30,000 vis- itors from 48 countries and 450 exhibitors from 24 countries.

Dr. Norbert Henke, chairman of the German Association of Ship- building and Marine Technology, expressed his hope that there would be only one German shipbuilding industry in the future.

At the same press conference, Dr.

Norbert Kliemann, managing di- rector of C. Plath Navigation-Auto- mation and a member of the board of the working group for the Marine and Offshore Equipment Industries in the German Machinery and Plant

Manufacturers Association, pointed out that equipment manufacturers accounted for up to 70 percent of the value of a ship. Furthermore, the economic efficiency of ship's op- erations was largely dependent on the quality of the equipment manu- factuers' technical concepts.

Besides an extensive display of shipbuilding and marine equip- ment, the congress will focus on the production and transportation of raw materials from an environmen- tal standpoint.

A top international attendance is expected to be at the congress.

For further information, contact:

SMM '90 Conference, C/O Ham- burg Messe und Congress GmbH,

Congress Organization, P.O. Box

September, 1990 302480, D-2000 Hamburg 36, West

Germany; telephone: (40) 35 69-22 42; telefax: (40) 35 69-23 43.

For information on and registra- tion for the 2nd German Hydrogra- phies Conference, contact: DHYG-

Geschaftsstelle C/O Hans-Fr.

Neumann, Wetternstrasse 8, 2160

Stade; telephone: (04141) 45353; fax: (04141) 45342.

SMM 90


ABB Industrie & Automation

ABB Maschinen-Service

ABB Marketing

AB Elektronik


H. Albert

Alfa-Laval Industrie



Aqua Signal

ASEA Hagglunds

Astilleros Espanoles


Auma-Werner Riester

Austria Buntmetall




APV Baker

Fritz Barthel Armaturen

Barthels & Luders


Willi Becker Ing.


Jul. Fr. Behr

Heinrich Behrens Pumpenfabrik

BEST Ventil & Fitting

Bestobell Mobrey

Beta Petrochemie

Bianchi & Cecchi

Binder Magnete

Blohm & Voss


Ingenieurboro Bonke

August F.M. Bohnhoff


Bolidt Kunststofftoepassing

Boll & Kirch Filterbau

J.H. Bornemann

J. Bornhoft Industriegerate

Rich. Ad. Brandt

Braunschweiger Huttenwerk

Bredan Kompensatorfabrik

Bremer Vulkan


Brown Boveri York

Bruel & Kjaer

BS Schiffselektronik

Bundesamt fur Wehrtechnik & Beschaffung

Feodor Burgmann Dichtungswerke

Castrol Marine Division

Caterpillar Zeppelin-Metallwerke

Cedarvall & Soner

H. Cegielski-Poznan

Centa Antriebe


Chevron Germany

China State Shipbuilding Corp.



Sub-Cavitating Trans-Cavitating

Super-Cavitating Surface Piercing 1U)LL A



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