shipbuilding

ASRY Dry Dock Occupancy Near 90 Percent During First Quarter

Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard Co. (ASRY), Bahrain, recently reported first quarter 1990 results were "very satisfactory" with drydock occupancy close to 90 percent, ship repair sales above budget and operation profits above those of the corresponding quarter last year.

 

History Repeats Itself In the "City of Brotherly Love"

A new development within the realm of U.S. Shipbuilding — the new Kvaerner Philadelphia Shipyard (KPSI) is poised to be one of the most efficiently outfitted commercial shipyards in the world. The shipbuilding company, which occupies approximately

Halter is Back

Anil Raj, president and COO of Halter Marine, in many ways embodies the company for which he has worked for the last 15 years. Joining as the Director, Engineering, Production Controls and Procurement in 1987, Raj has relied on a solid technical foundation,

New $27.9-Million NKS Plant In Mexico Will Supply Heavy Steel Forgings And Castings To Shipyards And Industry

Full Color Facilities Brochure Available Shipbuilding executives from 14 major North American shipyards recently toured the site of the NKS steel forging and casting plant in Puerto Lazaro Cardenas on Mexico's West Coast. With an accumulated investment of 50 billion pesos (about $27.

Holmatro Offers Brochure Showing Full Product Line

Holmatro Incorporated, USA, a subsidiary of b.v. Holmatro Industrial Equipment of the Netherlands, has available a free color brochure picturing its complete line of hydraulic and mechanical jacks, air tools, hydraulic rescue equipment, hoists, and air bags.

Lockheed Shipbuilding Awards LSD-41 Contract To J.J. Henry Co., Inc

The J.J. Henry Co., Inc. of New York, has been selected by the Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction Co. of Seattle, Wash., to develop detailed engineering and construction drawings for the LSD-41, the first in a new class of Dock Landing Ships for the U.

U.S. Ferry Market Prospects Looking Up

The proliferation of sleek, unique and fast ferries on U.S. waterways is slowly becoming the reality that has been much discussed for decades. While the country does not have an inate "ferry mentality" that is so prevalent in the European culture,

SHIPBUILDING AND REPAIR IN U.S. SHIPYARDS

These days, any privately owned shipyard that was formerly occupied strictly with building new merchant ships has either swung around to the repair and conversion market, has made plans to do so, or is actively pursuing Navy work—which certainly continues to be more than substantial.

CSSRA Urges Adoption Of Canadian Building Policy

The Canadian Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing Association (CSSRA) recently held its semiannual general meeting in Ottawa. The CSSRA represents 25 shipbuilding and ship repair firms and 72 allied industries from coast to coast. Meetings of the board

AK-WA Converts Incinerator Ship, Wins Contract To Modernize LCMs And Rebuilds Fishing Vessel

AK-WA Shipyard, Tacoma, Wash., is converting the 369-foot Apollo One to a bottom fish processor for an early March delivery to the Seattle-based Dona Fisheries. In addition, the yard won a contract to repower and modernize eight LCMs. The Apollo One,

 
 
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