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William Law Elected To
Board Of Twin City Barge
William E. Law, president of
Allied Marine Industries, Inc. of
Norfolk, Va., has been elected to the board of directors of Twin
City Barge, Inc. of South St.
Paul, Minn., John W. Lambert, chairman of the board and chief executive officer, announced re- cently.
Twin City Barge and Allied previously reported the signing of an agreement in principle for the merger of Allied into a wholly owned subsidiary of Twin
City Barge. Allied operates on the inland waters of the East
Coast, in coastal trade between
Gulf and Atlantic ports, and in ocean transportation from Maine to Texas, including the Carib- bean.
Mr. Law, as president of Allied, will continue to direct Allied op- erations as Twin City Barge's
East Coast profit center. He is the principal stockholder of Al- lied, and has been its chief exec- utive officer for 26 years.
Twin City Barge is a diversi- fied company engaged in river, coastal and ocean transportation.
Its marine operations extend throughout most of the inland river system of the United States, the Gulf Coast, and the Pacific
Coast, including Alaska.
American Lohmann Offers
Free Literature On
American Lohmann Corpora- tion, Hillside, NJ, is offering free literature describing their marine gearboxes.
Featuring the advanced tech- nology developed by Lohmann &
Stolterfoht of West Germany, these marine gearboxes offer the design flexibility needed to achieve top propulsion efficiency and significant fuel savings.
American Lohmann marine gearboxes are available in a wide horsepower range (130 hp to 100,- 000 hp), in reduction and reverse configurations with single or mul- tiple inputs.
Gearboxes are provided with highly elastic couplings and clutches, torsionally rigid clutch- es, plus a selection of sleeve, thrust and shaft bearings for every design consideration.
For free literature on Ameri- can Lohmann's marine gearboxes,
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CAB Develops Portable
Steel Grit Recovery System —Free Literature Offered
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Complete Abrasive Blasting
Systems, Inc. (CAB) of Kent,
Wash., recently announced that the first portable manual air blast application of a skid-mounted steel grit recovery system for field use has been delivered and is in service successfully.
The equipment is being used for the blasting and coating of the intake gates and pit areas of the Chief Joseph Dam in
Bridgeport, Wash. The work is being performed by Abhe & Svo- bada of Prior Lake, Minn., under an Army Corps of Engineers contract. The contract has strin- gent requirements for air pollu- tion control and possible contam- ination due to surface prepara- tion.
The CAB field system was de- signed and engineered by the firm at the request of Gale Svo- bada, company president, not only to fulfill the Corps contract, but also, with minor adjustments, to be suitable for other applica- tions. The CAB system includes an MSA-6 automatic blast ma- chine with 6 operator outlets and a 25-ton hopper; two 50-hp ARS- 750 vacuum recovery systems; and two Auto Dumps on a spe- cial custom-built hopper con-
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