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RCCL Awards Contract
To French Yard For 70,000-grt Cruise Ship
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line A/S has signed a contract with Chantiers de l'Atlantique of Saint Nazaire,
France, for the construction of a luxury passenger ship of about 70,000 grt.
According to RCCL president
Edwin Stephan, the french ship- yard was selected after a long and intensive selection process that be- gan with 14 yards being invited to submit proposals, and three on the short list for final analysis.
The new ship, scheduled for de- livery in early 1988, will be 874-feet long with a beam of 106 feet, and will have about 1,100 passenger cab- ins.
Truman Joins INDEECO
As Advertising Manager
Industrial Engineering & Equip- ment Company (INDEECO), St.
Louis, Mo., recently announced that
Katina R. Truman has joined its operation as advertising manager.
From the St. Louis office, Mrs.
Truman will implement advertis- ing programs to support INDEE-
MUELLER STEAM SPECIALTY MARINE
PRODUCTS —a complete line of strainers, check valves, butterfly valves and needle valves manufactured in compliance with regula- tory agency requirements.
DUPLEX STRAINERS NEEDLE VALVES
The broad extent of Mueller's products places us in a position to furnish the correct item for your shipboard application.
All types of body or trim materials are available in a wide range of sizes, pressure ratings and end connections includ- ing Sil-Braze. Each piece is hydrostatically tested before shipment—a quality control standard which applies not only to Naval work but commercial as well. Test reports and chem- ical and physical certifications are available for all items.
Exclusive Marine Sales Agents
AMERICAN PIPING PRODUCTS, INC.
P.O. Box 1056, New Hyde Park, NY 11040
International 230199 (SWIFT UR) Attn: GSS
Domestic 960127 (SWIFT UR) Attn: GSS
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SHIPREPAIRING 20 graving docks for ships up to 400,000 tdw, 8 floating docks for ships up to 160,000 tdw, 13 km of repair berths and the frontage of the repair yards around the Italian coastline: the resources of
Fincantieri's Shiprepairing Division are conveniently situated along the main and busiest Mediterranean shipping routes.
YARDS FOR SHIP REPAIR: • A.T.S.M.- TRIESTE YARD
Tel. (0) 40 7365 - Tlx 460122 FINCAT I • C.N.O.M.V. - VENEZIA YARD
Tel. (0) 41 798511 - Tlx 410255 FINCVE I • TARANTO YARD
Tel. (0) 99 407134 - Tlx 860020 FINCTA I • PALERMO YARD
Tel. (0)91 546488-545288
Tlx 720674, 910041 FINCPA I • S.E.B.M. - NAPOLI YARD
Tel. (0) 81 7858111 - Tlx 710040 FINCNA I • O.A.R.N. - GENOVA YARD
Tel. (0) 10 283801 - Tlx 270090 FINCOR I • M.G.N. WORKS
Tel. (0) 10 283811 - Tlx 270370 FINCMG I • LIVORNO YARD
Tel. (0) 586 34121 - Tlx 500071 FINCLI I
FINCANTIERI IS ALSO
BUILDERS OF MERCHANT SHIPS
NAVAL VESSELS AND
MANUFACTURERS OF DIESEL
Cantieri Navali Italiani S.p.A.
Genova - via Cipro 11 Italy tel. (0) 10 59951 tlx 270102 FINCGE I
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CO's extensive electric heating line.
Mrs. Truman held senior sales and marketing positions with Na- tional Can Corporation, National
Marine Service and the Bunce Cor- poration of St. Louis. She will main- tain the in-house advertising agency and develop INDEECO's promo- tional program which will include direct mail, display advertising, cat- alog production and market re- search.
INDEECO is a leading manufac- turer of electric heating equipment and Solitech electronic controls for the industrial, space and marine heating markets in the U.S. and abroad.
For further information on IN-
DEECO and their products,
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Alabama Dry Dock Gets $9.4-Million Navy Contract
To Overhaul Ammo Ship
Alabama Dry Dock and Ship- building in Mobile has been awarded a $9,419,642 firm-fixed- price Navy contract for the regular overhaul and drydocking of the am- munition ship USS Butte (AE-27).
Work is expected to be completed in
April 1986. Contract funds would not have expired at the end of the current fiscal year. Sixteen bids were solicited and eight offers were received. The Supervisor of Ship- building, Conversion and Repair,
San Francisco, is the contracting activity (N00024-85-H-8103).
Kanalley Named Manager
Of Technical Services
For Alco Power
Cathy S. Kanalley has been promoted to the position of man- ager-technical services at Alco Pow- er Inc. of Auburn, N.Y. The an- nouncement was made by Gary E.
Huneycutt, Alco's director of mar- keting and sales.
In her new position, Mrs. Kanal- ley will be responsible for corporate technical literature requirements as related to the Renewal Parts De- partment. In her 14 years with the company she has held positions in international sales and technical publications.
Alco is a subsidiary of Bombar- dier Inc., a diversified Canadian manufacturer of transportation, in- dustrial, and recreational products.
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