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Award $860,000 Contract
To Seaward Int'l For
Saudi Harbor Protection
Seaward International, Inc., Falls Church,
Va., has been awarded an $860,000 contract for the installation, supervision, and train- ing of an oil-spill protection program for the
Jeddah Oil Refinery harbor area in Saudi
Arabia. The refinery is operated by Petro- min, an agency of the Saudi Arabian Gov- ernment, which is responsible for the de- velopment of oil, gas, and mineral resources.
The systems will handle a wide range of spill types, from small leaks that collect in pockets along the shore, to larger spills from ruptured transfer hoses in the berth- ing areas. These systems include: perma- nent oil boom and skimmer systems in- stalled downwind of the tanker berthing areas to capture large spills; fast deploy- ment harbor boom for additional contain- ment of large spills; a small portable skim- mer, to be used with a vacuum truck; and sorbent pads for cleaning up small spills along the shore.
Each system will be designed and pro- cured by Seaward International and in- stalled under Seaward supervision. Seaward also will train key refinery personnel in the use of the equipment. This program will be completed early in 1982.
Krupp Atlas Promotes
Blayer And Drogowitz
Krupp Atlas Elektronic Division, Jersey
City, N.J., has promoted Mike Drogowitz to the position of U.S. operations manager and
Ed Blayer to U.S. service manager.
Mike Drogowitz Ed Blayer
Formerly the East Coast operations man- ager, Mr. Drogowitz will expand his present responsibilities to coordinate the total U.S. operations regulating all orders, shipments, and documentation between the Krupp Atlas regional offices and dealer network and cus- tomers.
Mr. Drogowitz comes to Krupp Atlas with an extensive background in sales, service, and operations. He most recently was em- ployed for nine years at Sony Corp. in New
Mr. Blayer also has been based for the past year in Krupp's East Coast office as the service manager. His new responsibil- ities will be to coordinate and strengthen the Krupp Atlas U.S. service network. He will be responsible for all service activities in the three regional offices, and be the pri- mary instructor for dealer training pro- grams.
Mr. Blayer came to Krupp Atlas with an extensive technical background and holds five different FCC licenses. He has held sen- ior technical positions at several firms in- cluding Allaire Engineering, Western, and
Seaboard Communications. Most recently, he was superintendent of electronics at Mc-
Allister Bros, in New York.
Both Mr. Blayer and Mr. Drogowitz will continue to operate from the Krupp Atlas
Jersey City office.
September 1, 1981
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