N e w U.S. Coast G u a r d Patrol C r a ft Employ Electrocatalytic's Capac System Selected To Arrest Corrosion In All N a t u r a l W a t e rs
At the dock of Bollinger Machine and Shipyard, Inc. the latest in the series of "Island" Class patrol craft is being readied for sea trials. The skipper and crew look proudly at one of the finest patrol craft available today. The Island Class is based
An $88 Billion Market For Marine Suppliers Second In A Series Of Articles — "Selling To The Navy" The dominant role played by commercial shipyards and civilian personnel in the construction of Naval vessels and in the selection and purchase of equipment cannot be overemphasized.
This feature is a roundup of some of the most notable oceangoing ships of 1987. The editorial staff of MR/EN has selected these vessels for their outstanding design features, excellent fuel efficiency, noteworthy performance and versatile service characteristics.
—A Review— FOR MORE INFORMATION If you wish to receive additional information on any of the yards described in the review, circle the appropriate reader service numbers) listed under each company's name, using the postage-paid card bound into the back of this issue.
The rebuilt 1,800-hp towboat M/V Glen- Karen (formerly the M/V Liberty Bell), shown above, was recently delivered by Riverway Shipyard Co. The M/V Glen-Karen went into the Riverway Harbor Service, St. Louis division of Riverway Co., as a Lock 26 turn boat.
Marketing agreements to distribute a line of ship engine room products were announced recently by Alan G. Finkel, vice president f o r marine operations of ITT Mackay, a unit of International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation. Through one agreement, ITT Mackay is appointed exclusive U.
For over 30 years, MMC International Corporation, Inwood, N.Y., has been serving the maritime industry by manufacturing tank gauging systems, both portable and fixed, along with a variety of vapor control valves widely recognized for their durability, reliability and ease of operation.
Bird-Johnson Company, Walpole, Mass., recently appointed Peter J. Gwyn to the position of president and chief operating officer. Mr. Gwyn brings over 30 years of marine industry experience to his new position and is joining Bird- Johnson from the Massachusetts Shipbuilders Corporation,
Bethlehem Steel Corporation recently confirmed that it has signed a letter of intent with Trinity Industries, Inc. of Dallas, Texas, for the sale of its 74-acre Beaumont facility. David H. Klinges, president of Bethlehem's marine construction division,
The SMM exhibition in Hamburg has once again proven that it is the cradle of marine technology and the grand-daddy of all marine exhibitions. On display in 12 separate halls were more than 1,300 exhibitors from more than 50 countries, launching