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MTU, KaMeWa To Supply Propulsion Machinery For Repowering U.S. Navy SES-200

MTU North America has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Navy's David Taylor Research Center to supply main propulsion diesel engines and, as U.S. representative for Sweden's KaMeWa AB, waterjet propulsion units for the repowering of the Navy's 160-foot,

 

And Then There Were Two

The long-awaited awarding of the contract to construct the new series of Littoral Combat Ships (LCS). a series that could total 60 ships worth $14 billion over 15 years, will have to wait just a little longer. However, the U.S. Navy in late May did pare the competition to two,

SCANDINAVIAN SHIPBUILDING

At a time when even the lowercost Japanese and the aggressive South Korean shipbuilding fraternities are experiencing some difficulties, there are signs of success in the Scandinavian countries. The shipbuilding industries of each of these four traditional maritime nations are still active,

U.S. N a v y Frigate I n g r a h am Launched By Todd Pacific Shipyards

The Los Angeles Division of Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation recently launched the U.S. Navy guided- missile frigate USS Ingraham (FFG-61) at ceremonies at the San Pedro yard. The principal speaker at the event was the Hon. Elton Gallegly, Congressman, 21st District, California.

Film Celebrates Golden Age of NW Boats

For more than a hundred years, the Pacific Northwest has ranked as a center for vessel design, construction and preservation. Beginning with the advent of the Pacific cod fishery in the 1880s, utilizing the raw material afforded by the vast Northwest forests,

Atlantic Marine To Build Two NSF Research Ships At Cost Of $5.9 Million

Two identical oceanographic research ships ordered by the National Science Foundation (NSF) will be constructed by Atlantic Marine, Inc. of Fort George Island, Ga., at a total cost of $5,- 900,000. Building of both vessels at the same time is expected to effect a saving of about $250,000.

Call For Papers For Symposium On National Shipbuilding Research

The National Shipbuilding Research Program Ship Production Symposium, which will be held September 13-15, 1989, at the Sheraton National Hotel in Crystal City, Washington, D.C., is soliciting unclassified abstracts and papers on a wide range of

Nicholas Liberatore To Head International Activities For Genstar

Genstar Limited, One Place Ville Marie, Montreal H3B 3R1, Canada, has announced the appointment of Nicholas A. Liberatore as executive vice president to head up all international activities outside of Canada and the United States. Mr. Liberatore

Marinette Marine Awarded $51.8-Million Navy Contract To Build Another MCM

Marinette Marine Corporation of Marinette, Wise., has been awarded a $51.8-million contract by the Naval Sea Systems Command for construction of one additional mine countermeasures ship, the MCM-7. Marinette previously was awarded Navy contracts

MAJOR NAVY CONTRACTS

The following special section features the latest U.S. Navy contract awards for shipbuilding, ship repair, conversion, maintenance, shipboard electronics, communication systems, weapons, etc. This special section covers contracts awarded between March 23 and May 31, 1988.

 
 
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