Hyde Awarded Contracts For Deck Machinery On Korean-Built Vessels

Hyde Products, Inc. of Cleveland, Ohio has recently been awarded contracts to supply deck machinery for the first vessels of two new classes to be built in South Korean shipyards. Hyde will build the antimagnetic anchor windlass for a Mine Hunting Craft (MHC) and the steering gear, anchor windlass and capstan for a Police Corvette (PCX). These new contracts bring to 19 the total number of Korean built vessels supplied with Hyde deck machinery. In September and October of 1984 Hyde delivered steering gears and anchor windlasses for four ROK navy Corvettes (KCX) and one Frigate (KFX). Negotiations are currently being concluded for additional KCX equipment to be delivered in 1985.

Hyde steering gears and deck machinery are installed on hundreds of U. S. Navy vessels and on naval and commercial vessels operating thoughout the world. Hyde also offers USCG and IMO certified oil water separators, pump systems, marine chemicals, oil spill recovery equipment, replacement parts, ma chinery overhauls and modifications, and onboard service anywhere in the world.

For more information and a copy of Hyde's new marine products brochure, Circle 11 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 16,  Oct 15, 1984 Michael Tusiani

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