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June 21 - 11 a.m.
DEEP WATER MARINE FACILITY
Stock Island - Key West, Florida 23.48+ Acres
U S Highway 1
Formerly a marine facility, potential zoning is
Marine Industrial. Improvements include a 750,000 gallon Tank Farm, 150 foot Concrete
Breakwater and 1,350 foot Concrete Bulkhead.
GSA Representatives will be on site April 20- 21, May 22, and June 20, 10 AM to 3 PM.
A Bid Deposit of $250,000 is required to register for the auction; cashier's or certified check endorsable to GSA. Call (404) 331- 2697 for further information and an Invitation
For Bid No. 4-J-FL-914, or write:
General Services Administration
Office of Real Estate Sales 75 Spring Street, S.W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30303 i
The property features 3 buildings totalling 20,400 square feet of space in one of Florida's most famous resort areas.
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A MCELROY DECK EQUIPMENT ENGINEERED TO PERFORM MANUFACTURED TO LAST
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McElroy is ready to design, manutacture and deliver any type deck equipment your requirements call for.
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New Thome Compaction
Systems deliver more
CRUNCH POWER! • Reduces waste up to 10:1 ratio into 51/2 cubic ft. block • Easy loading/removal— no bending • Solid state electronic operations • Needs only 6 sq. ft. of floor space • Built-in baling attachment • Warranteed • Safety engineered
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U) A WISE BUYER BUYS BAIER HATCHES tested and guaranteed watertight
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We take this means of thank ing our many customers for their past business and trust we can continue to serve you.
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Construction Of Cog Replica
Supported By Deutz MWM
Deutz MWM considers participation in the rebuilding of the cog as a duty since, through its founders, the company has been associated with motor shipping from its very early beginnings.
The Deutz MWM division of the KHD group is providing propulsion units for a Hanse cog which is being rebuilt in Bremerhaven.
The vessel, which was found in the sludge of the Weser River in 1962, dates back to the 14th century. It is being rebuilt by the Hanse-Kogge- werft e.V., Bremerhaven, according to the de- signs of the German Maritime Museum. As the new cog is to follow the old routes of the Han- seatic League—which means it has to be seawor- thy—safety requirements make engine propul- sion necessary as much as modern navigation equipment.
The cog will be powered by an eight-cylinder engine of the Deutz MWM series 234, with an output of 280 kw (380 hp). The auxiliary marine set is driven by a four-cylinder engine of the
Deutz MWM series 226.
Deutz MWM specialists will assist the Kogge- werft in the installation and commissioning of the propulsion unit and auxiliary marine set.
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Ingalls To Continue Engineering,
Planning Services To Navy's
Aegis Destroyer Program
The U.S. Navy has awarded Litton's Ingalls
Shipbuilding division a $12.2-million contract to continue engineering and planning support for the Navy's Arleigh Burke (DDG-51) class Aegis guided missile destroyer program. Ingalls cur- rently has construction contracts for six of the ships.
The support contract is the second element of a five-year program, begun in December 1988, with a total value of about $66 million. Ingalls will perform the various technical, engineering and design tasks at its Pascagoula, Miss., pro- duction facility. "This contract, coupled with the award in
February to Ingalls for the construction of three additional Aegis destroyers, is further evidence of the Navy's confidence in our shipyard's abili- ty to build Aegis destroyers, as well as provide the technical expertise necessary to support a construction program of this magnitude and importance," said Gerald J. St. Pe senior vice president of Litton and president of Ingalls.
Litton is a technology-based company provid- ing advanced electronic and defense systems, resource exploration services and industrial automation systems for U.S. and world markets.
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