April 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

ASTM Committee F-25 On Shipbuilding To Meet May 9-11 In Philadelphia

The ASTM Committee F-25 on Shipbuilding- will meet at ASTM headquarters May 9-11 in Philadelphia, Pa. This meeting has been re-scheduled and this is the new date.

The committee's 11 subcommittees are currently processing more than 100 shipbuilding industry consensus standards and will be considering many more.

A major new ASTM F-25 program is the conversion of thousands of existing U.S. Navy MILSPECs to ASTM industry standards.

ASTM F-25 is composed of professionals from all sectors of the marine industry including shipyards, government and regulatory agencies, design agents, and suppliers. It is part of the National Shipbuilding Standards Program which is dedicated to improving the competitive capability of U.S. shipyards through the development of shipbuilding industry standards.

The meeting is open to all who have an interest in the shipbuilding standards program and who will participate in the meeting.

Accommodations have been arranged at the Philadelphia Centre Hotel close to ASTM headquarters.

For further information, contact William F. Hulse, ASTM F-25 Staff Manager, ASTM, 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

19103. Tel: (215) 299-5507.

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