Canadian Shipbuilders Technical Section To Meet In Montreal

The Technical Section annual meeting of the Canadian Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing Association will be held on Tuesday, February 7, 1978, in the Grand Salon of the Hotel Meridien, Complexe Desjardins, Montreal, Quebec.

The theme for the meeting will be "Approaching the New Shipbuilding Era," and the program for the morning and afternoon sessions is as follows: Morning Session, 9 a.m.

K.C. Lucas, Senior Assistant Deputy Minister, Department of Fisheries and E n v i r o n m e n t — "Vessel requirements (type and numbers) for fishing and patrol vessels on East and West Coasts over the next 10 years." John Reid, Marine manager, H.B. Nickerson & Sons Ltd. — "Vessel requirements, operations, repair and overhaul, new markets— from the customer point of view." T.A. McLaren, president, Allied Shipbuilders Ltd.—"Shipyard facility p l a n n i n g , modernization, productivity, improvement, training, marketing for new requirements." John Marsters, Director of Industrial Development, Nova Sco- tia Department of Fisheries — "Provincial viewpoint on vessel requirements and impact on shipbuilding and ship repair industry." Murray Osborne, president, Breton Industrial and Marine Ltd.

—"Facility planning, modernization, productivity improvement, training, marketing for new requirements." Afternoon Session, 2 p.m.

Graham Lochhead, Chief, Ships and Components, Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce— "Vessel requirements for transportation of Arctic resources—industrial strategy, government policy environment." E.J. Jones, vice president, Burrard Dry Dock Co. Ltd.—"Shipyard planning, programming and quality control for the construction of Arctic Class Icebreakers." A. A. McArthur, president, Saint John Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company Ltd. — "Shipyard facility planning, programming, quality control and training for the construction of LNG Carriers and Polar Icebreakers." W.H. White, senior vice president, Davie Shipbuilding Ltd.— "Shipyard facility planning, programming, quality control and training for the construction of LNG C a r r i e r s and Polar Icebreakers." Bengt Johannson, director, Marine Research & Design, Dome Petroleum—"Vessel construction requirements, repair and overhaul, future markets and shipyard requirements from the customer point of view." The meeting will be followed by the Annual Banquet at 7:30 p.m., to be held in the Grand Salon of the Hotel Meridien. Dress is informal (business suit), and tables seating 10 persons may be reserved in advance if tickets are purchased before February 4, 1978. The cost is $20 per ticket, payable by check to the Canadian Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing Association, and sent to Mrs. Joy MacPherson, Secretary/Treasurer Canadian Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing Association, Suite 701, 100 Sparks Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada KIP 5B7.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 18,  Jan 1978 Edward Daley

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