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24-Page Color Catalog
On Marine Electronics
Free From Furuno
Furuno U.S.A., Inc. has just published a new full color catalog of their 1984 complete product line. In it are marine electronics for commercial fishermen and work boat operators.
The 1984 catalog is arranged by product category, covering radars, echosounders, sonars and nav aids.
Each product is illustrated and briefly described, with a full spec- ification section to enable pur- chasers to choose among the many models.
Two new sections have been added for 1984. One covers a com- pletely new line of radio equip- ment, while the second discusses how Furuno products may be com- bined into systems that provide in- tegrated navigation packages.
For a free copy of the new
Furuno 24-page catalog,
Circle 77 on Reader Service Card
In a related development,
Thomas C. Hovious has been named manager of the Transpor- tation Equipment Products Oper- ation (TEPO), a major component of Mr. Cimonetti's division. Mr.
Hovious had been manager of Re- liability and Quality Assurance for General Electric's Aerospace
Instruments Department in Wil- mington, Mass.
TEPO is responsible for devel- opment and marketing of products that have evolved from railroad lo- comotives to be used in other in- dustries. These products include: • GE7FDM marine diesel en- gines with eight, 12 and 16 cylin- ders, four-cycle, rated from 1,525 to 4,000 hp. These engines are in service on tugboats, towboats, fer- ries, drill ships and military craft. • Diesel-electric power modules incorporating GE7FD 12 and 16 cylinder engines with ac genera- tors. Ratings are from 1,800 kW to 2,650 kW. • DC motors and generators and AC generators for oil and gas drilling rigs.
ITED's major international mar- keting areas include Europe, In- dia, Africa, Latin America, the
Mideast and the Far East includ- ing China and Australasia.
For free literature on GE's line of marine diesel engines, diesel electric power modules and gener- ators for marine application,
Circle 56 on Reader Service Card
New... More Reliable.. Cost Effective The Alternative to Reach Rod Systems
New Division Formed
At General Electric Headed
By W.J. Cimonetti
William J. Cimonetti
General Electric, Erie, Pa., has formed a new marketing organi- zation, the International and
Transportation Equipment Divi- sion (ITED). William J. Cimo- netti has been named to head the division as vice president and gen- eral manager.
The appointment was an- nounced by Carl J. Schlemmer, vice president and general man- ager of the company's Transporta- tion Systems Business operations in Erie. ITED is a part of Mr.
The new division is responsible for domestic and international marketing of transportation prod- ucts for the marine, oil drilling, mining, and general manufactur- ing industries as well as metropol- itan transit systems; and for inter- national marketing of railroad locomotives.
For six years prior to his present appointment Mr. Cimonetti was general manager of General Elec- tric's Armament and Electrical
Systems Department, located in
Burlington, Vt. 771 First Avenue
King of Prussia, PA 19406 (215) 265-0556
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