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Deutsche Richard Kablitz


Dyckerhoff & Widmann

Erdoel & Erdgas Zeitschift

Erdol & Kohle, Erdgas Petrochemie

F.W. Fox

G + H Montage

Gefahrliche Ladung

Germanischer Lloyd

Guide Regelarmaturen

HDW Howaldtswerke Deutsche



Hamburger Rohrbogenwerk

IBAK Helmut Hunger

IWK Regler und Kompensatoren

KAEFER Isotiertechnik

Kloeckner Fluessiggastanklager

Kloeckner Werke


LGA Gastechnik


Marine Service

MCK Reactor Service

Messer Griesheim

Jos. L. Meyer


Offshore LNG Systems

Herbert Ott Vertriebs

Pintsch-Bamag Gastechnik

Pipeline Engineering

Rheinhold + Mahla

Regel & Messtechnik

Seehafen-Verlag Erik Blumenfeld

S.T. Stahl & Technik

Thyssen Nordseewerke



Westerwalder Eisenwerk Gerhard

AG Weser



Zelleweger Uster/Sieger

Award $2.9-Million Navy

PSA Contract To Todd

Six U.S. Navy contracts total- ing $2.9 million for advance plan- ning and procurement to support post shakedown availability (PSA) work on six guided mis- sile frigates (FFGs) have been awarded to Todd Pacific Ship- yards Corporation, Lennart M.

Thorell, vice president and gen- eral manager, Los Angeles Divi- sion, announced recently.

These contracts cover prelimi- nary work on the frigates con- structed at Todd's Los Angeles shipyard which will return later for PSA work valued at approxi- mately $45 million.

The new contracts are in addi- tion to four PSA contracts cur- rently held or completed by Todd

Pacific Los Angeles. The first

PSA contract completed at Los

Angeles on the USS Wadsworth (FFG-9) was completed on sched- ule and under cost by approxi- mately 12 percent. The second

PSA on the USS George Philip (FFG-12) is in progress and is expected to be completed two weeks ahead of the contract de- livery date and significantly un- der contract cost. The company believes this successful record can be sustained throughout the remaining PSA contracts to be completed.

October 1, 1981

Cunningham Marine Opens

Jacksonville Repair Plant

Cunningham Marine Hydrau- lics Co., Inc., Hoboken, N.J., re- cently opened a hydraulic equip- ment repair facility in Jackson- ville, Fla. The new shop, which is now in operation, is located at 2030 East Adams Street near the

Jacksonville Port Authority and

Jacksonville's ship repair facili- ties.

The new repair facility is an independent unit with its own machine shop, test stand, and other equipment necessary for efficient, reliable service. Michael

Bradford, currently manager of engineering at Hoboken, will be responsible for overall manage- ment of the Jacksonville unit.

Joseph Oliver, a service engineer with CMH for the past seven years, will manage the service operations of the unit.

Military Charters

Two Farrell Ships

Farrell Lines has withdrawn two of its barge-carrying LASH ships from its West Coast service to Australia and New Zealand, and has chartered them to the

Military Sealift Command, with their full complement of barges.

The ships, the Austral Lightnight and Austral Rainbow, are being repositioned on the East Coast for delivery to the MSC.

The Jetfoil travels at a smooth 43 knots_even in rough seas. That's fast enough to double or even triple your total of daily roundtrips. And it's reliable. Since 1975, the Jetfoil has carried more than 10 million passengers over 500 million passenger miles. For all the details, write /§WJ4M3FJA/A

Boeing Marine Systems, P.O. Box 3707, Seattle, WA 98124.

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