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Literature Available On
Marine And Offshore
Paul-Munroe Hydraulics, Inc.,
Orange, Calif., has available a new brochure describing the ca- pabilities of its Marine & Offshore
Division. The 8-page bulletin fea- tures a wide range of specialized hydraulic equipment available to the offshore and marine indus- tries. Also emphasized is the com- pany's ability to custom-engineer products to meet each individual customer's requirements. Another section of the brochure describes the around-the-clock and around- the-world field service capabilities of Paul-Munroe.
Paul-Munroe is a southern Cal- ifornia firm that has been provid- ing engineering, manufacturing, and servicing of hydraulic equip- ment to worldwide markets for more than 30 years.
Additional information or a free copy of the brochure may be ob- tained by writing to Peter Carter,
Paul-Munroe Hydraulics, Inc., Ma- rine & Offshore Division, 1701
West Sequoia Avenue, Orange,
Calif. 92668. replace him in Savannah.
Bill is an artist with metals. He can do creative and amazing things with galvanized, stainless, and copper.
Unfortunately, great copper- smiths are just a memory at most shipyards.
But we're not most shipyards.
Our people are the best you'll find. They work their tails and talents off on every single job.
Besides that, our prices are unbeatable. And so is our mild, year-round weather, which lets us handle winter jobs at top speed, unlike frostbitten northern yards.
Savannah Machine and
For voyage repairs, major conversions, and scheduled drydocking. Whatever the job, whatever the skill is required.
You'll find it in Savannah.
The Savannah Yard.
Savannah Machine & Shipyard Co.
P.O. Box 787, Savannah, Ga. 31402
Tel. (912) 233-6621 74 Trinity Place, Suite 1800
New York, N.Y. 10006
Tel. (212) 432-0350
Efren Sanchez Promoted
At Matson Navigation
Matson Navigation Company,
San Francisco, has promoted Ef- ren Sanchez to general manager, freight operations, it was an- nounced by C. Bradley Mulhol- land, vice president, freight di- vision. Mr. Sanchez, who joined
Matson in 1955, formerly was manager, planning at San Fran- cisco headquarters.
Other Matson changes: Barry
G. Miller, formerly manager, freight operations, has been ap- pointed manager, sales, northern
California; Walter I). Brewer, for- merly manager, sales, northern
California, has been named man- ager, freight operations.
AWO Names Patricia
Yoder VP-Public Affairs
Patricia J). Yoder has been named to the newly created posi- tion of vice president-public af- fairs of The American Water- ways Operators, Inc., Washington,
D.C. The announcement was made by AWO president Anthony L.
Ms. Yoder was an officer of Mel- lon Bank in Pittsburgh and served as assistant manager, public and corporate communications, before returning to the Washington,
D.C., area to join the staff of the
American Bankers Association as assistant director of public rela- tions. She also served as press aide for former Secretary of
Transportation Brock Adams while he was on Capitol Hill, and as director of public information for the Mayor and City of Fort
Sifco Metachemical-Dalic, Cleve- land, Ohio, a division of Sifco In- dustries, has available literature describing their Dalic Maritime
Contract Plating Services.
Dalic plating equipment is brought to the ship by trained
Dalic technicians who do the work onboard. Any repair requiring metal deposits up to 0.015 inch to 0.020 inch is common. The
Dalic process is an approved U.S.
Navy repair under Navships 0900- 038-6010.
The ability of Dalic to come right onboard to do the job elim- inates costly downtime in dis- mantling equipment, cutting holes in hulls, and transporting parts to job shops.
Details of actual jobs are de- scribed in the literature. Typi- cally, shafts, cylinders, bearings, gears, turbine casings, and bores are application areas.
To receive the literature, write to Carter draff, Sifco Metachem- ical-Dalic, 5708 Schaaf Road,
Cleveland, Ohio 44131. 'The great Coppersmith"is not extinct. You'll find him in Savannah. wh n we spo ed 61Greenwood thirty-four years ago, we found a rare bird. And no tinhorn will ever 8 ZIDELL Maritime Reporter/Engineering News