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George Curry Appointed
President Of Henschel
George U. Curry
Henschel Corporation of Ames- bury, Mass., a unit of General Sig- nal, has announced the appoint- ment of George U. Curry as president. He succeeds George E.
Coorssen, who has retired.
Mr. Curry is a graduate of Pur- due University and joined Hen- schel in 1954. He is an electrical engineer and has held several po- sitions with the company, includ- ing vice president of engineering since 1966. He is a member of The
Society of Naval Architects and
Marine Engineers, American So- ciety of Naval Engineers, and the
Marine Transportation Committee of the IEEE.
Henschel Corporation is a leader in the design, development, and manufacture of ship control and interior communications equip- ment and systems.
New Brochure Available
From IMO Pump Division
Of Transamerica Delaval
IMO Pump Division of Trans- america Delaval Inc., has just pub- lished a new 14-page illustrated brochure on their line of IMO® three-screw and GTS® geared, twin- screw marine cargo pumps.
IMO three-screw pumps are in- tended for dedicated barges and tankers. They can handle cargoes from JP-5 and light diesel oil to molasses, tars, and heavy as- phalts, with flows up to 3,500 gpm (5,000 bbl/hr).
GTS (Geared Twin Screw) pumps are designed for multi-cargo ves- sels where maximum cargo versa- tility is required and tanks are frequently Butterworthed. Car- goes can range from water solu- tions and other chemicals with the lightest viscosity to heavy as- phalts and tars. Capacities range upwards to 8,500 gpm (12,000 bbl/ hr).
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Southwest Marine Gets $20.8-Million Contract For
Navy Oiler Maintenance
Southwest Marine, San Fran- cisco, Calif., is being awarded a $20,852,111 cost-plus-award-fee contract for the AOR-1 Class phased maintenance program. The
Naval Sea Systems Command,
Washington, D.C., is the contract- ing activity.
Krupp MaK Establishes
In Halifax And Montreal
Krupp MaK Maschinenbau
GmbH, a leading diesel engine builder, recently established Krupp
MaK Canada Inc. in Dartmouth near Halifax, Nova Scotia. This is the company's second subsidiary in North America; the other is
Krupp MaK Diesel Inc. in Glen- view, 111., near Chicago.
Krupp MaK has gained such a market share of medium-speed diesels for marine propulsion sold in Canada that the company de- cided to expand its service and spare parts organization. Nearly 150 MaK engines are operated in
Canada, mainly on the East Coast; in 1983 alone 24 engines were de- livered to that area.
In addition to the service center in Halifax, MaK will establish a sales office in Montreal.
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