Edward J. Campbell, chairman, executive committee of the Shipbuilders Council of America, the national industry association of shipbuilders, ship repairers and ship component manufacturers, has announced selection of M. Lee Rice to succeed Edwin M.
Michael R. McEvoy, executive vice president of R.J. Reynolds Industries, Inc., Winston-Salem, N.C., has been elected to the board of directors of the company. Mr. McEvoy moved to the executive vice presidency last September f r om his position
Blount Marine Corporation, Warren, R.I., recently delivered t h e commuter boat Fireball (shown above) to Fire Island Ferries, Inc. of Bay Shore, N.Y. The 75-foot by 18-foot by 5-foot 2-inch vessel is powered by three turbocharged GM Detroit Diesel 12 V-71 engines,
The versatility of the Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company was challenged as two vessels required drydocking at one time. The challenge was answered by separating the one drydock into two sections and drydocking both vessels. According to Joseph E.
The El Paso Savannah, the last ship in the current series Avondale Shipyards is building for The El Paso Company's new fleet of LNG tankers, was christened on November 11, in New Orleans. Miss Rhonda Rousakis, daughter of the Honorable John P.
Maintaining flexible hose assembly integrity in a corrosive marine environment has been a challenge facing shipbuilders. Working with naval designers, Aeroquip is helping solve this problem with a new line of stainless steel fittings. Created specifically for
A $1.87-million contract from the U.S. Navy for lease of two shipyard gantry cranes has been awarded to the Clyde Division of the Koehring Group of AMCA International Corporation, according to an announcement by Koehring. The cranes, which are of a new design,
Bender Shipbuilding & Repair Co., Inc. was recently awarded a $3- million contract for overhaul, repair and conversion work. The work will be performed on the NN-1, an offshore jack-up drilling rig which is 50 percent owned and operated by Noble Drilling Corporation,
Artificial Intelligence, voice technology, and interactive video are now uniquely joined in a new family of affordable microcomputer-based authoring and application delivery systems called the IM (Intelligent Machine) Series. Jointly offered by Newport News Shipbuilding,
Levingston Shipbuilding Com- pany, Orange, Texas, recently launched the first of two jackup drilling rigs for Noble Drilling Corporation of Ardmore, Okla. Noble Drilling, one of the lead- ing domestic drilling contracting firms, formed in 1921,