A hardware/software package used to monitor ship fuel consumption and propulsion engine efficiency, was announced recently by Marine Management Systems, Inc. (MMS), Stamford, Conn., and Seaworthy Engine Systems, Inc. (SES) of Essex, Conn. Albert C.
Moore McCormack Resources, Inc. of Stamford, Conn., announced recently that it has closed the previously announced sale of its cargo liner subsidiary, Moore McCormack Lines, Incorporated, to McLean Securities, Inc., the parent company of United States Lines, Inc.
Hagglunds of Sweden is offering free an impressive 72-page full-color booklet on the company's extensive line of cranes and equipment, and on its organization, services and capabilities. The handsome publication consists of some six brochures bound together
Last month, RealMarine Solutions, consist ing of the Wallem Group and Drew Marine, unveiled Total Procurement Solutions (TPS), a low-bandwidth, shipboard electronic procurement system. In effect, TPS is the commercial version of Wallem's in-house procurement system,
Jotun, manufacturer of paints and powder coatings, is in the midst of a major expansion of its U.S. resources. The expansion, which will serve the local marine fleets in the Americas, will be part of the Jotun global network for seagoing vessels.
Twin Disc, Incorporated, Racine, Wis., has announced new single and dual heavy-duty oil filtration systems that are compatible accessories for use in many types of hydraulic systems as well as with Twin Disc Power-Shift Transmissions and Twin Disc Marine Transmissions.