National Marine Completes Acquisition Of Riverways Ship Repair Facilities

National Marine Service Incorporated of St. Louis, Mo., has announced completion of its acquisition of the assets of Riverway Co.'s ship repair facilities north of Lock and Dam 26 at Grafton, CLIP & MAIL ^ I P* (rencra/ TYiermot/ynamics 1 110 SOUTH MEADOW ROAI>. P.O. BOX 1105. PLVMOITH, M TELEPHONE: (617) 746-0200 Please send free catalog on NAME COMPANY 111. The yard will operate under the National Marine name and will complement services provided at the National Marine Hartford, 111., yard located on the south side of Lock 26, some 22 miles to the south. Drydocking as well as fleeting and shifting services will be available at both locations.

The National Marine Service shipyard at Hartford, 111., offers J. LETO HI SETTS 023*0 full-service facilities for barge and towboat repairs. Its yard at Harvey, La., in addition to repairing inland vessels, also provides full-service facilities f or deeper-draft ocean tugs and offshore supply vessels. The diesel engine repair services of National Marine are widely recognized as among the most expert available anywhere. Repair crews service the needs of customers in all parts of the world. E.E. Ahlemeyer, president of the shipyard division, is in charge of all these activities.

National Marine Service, one of the NICOR basic energy companies, is a leading supplier of liquid bulk transportation services on the Mississippi River and Gulf Coast.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 52,  Nov 1981

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