Marine Maintenance Seminar Scheduled For Oct. 28 In New York

The next Marine Maintenance Seminar sponsored by Meeting Resources, Inc. will be held on October 28 this year at the Vista International Hotel at the World Trade Center in New York City. Focusing on the need to probe managerial evaluation of maintenance systems and techniques, the program will consist of presentations by corporate maintenance executives and others from within and outside the maritime industry.

Executives from the airlines, the railroads, and heavy industry have been invited to make presentations regarding their maintenance philosophy and the economic factors affecting their decisions.

In addition, an examination of the systems and techniques currently available continues with "A Focus on Condition Monitoring." In this segment, three specific areas will be explored : ferrography, vibration monitoring, and computer-controlled analog monitoring.

Question and answer sessions will be held after each segment. The moderator for these panel discussions will be Prof.

Aaron Kramer of the Engineering Department at the SUNY Maritime College, Fort Schuyler, N.Y.

The registration fee for this one-day seminar is $225, which includes attendance at all sessions, lunch, and copies of all papers.

Further information and advance registrations can be obtained by calling Bill Pankow at (212) 425-4345 or by writing to Meeting Resources, Inc., 32 Broadwav, New York, N.Y. 10004.

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