FIRST A.W.O. ANNUAL ISSUE
This March 1988 issue marks a milestone in the publishing history of MARITIME REPORTER/Engineering News. It is the first A.W.O.
ANNUAL to be published by MARITIME REPORTER and it establishes March as A.W.O. month.
Every year from 1988 on, the March issue will be the A.W.O. ANNUAL.
This annual issue decision was reached with the full cooperation and support of the American Waterways Operators, Inc. Much of the editorial content was contributed by A.W.O.
Truly national in scope, the American Waterways Operators, Inc., is the most prominent and influential industry organization throughout the entire U.S. shallowdraft sector—both coastal and inland.
A.W.O. membership, including shipyards and vessel operators, now numbers over 300 companies, of which 200 are leading vessel operators with fleets totaling more than 5,500 tugs and towboats and more than 32,000 barges.
MARITIME REPORTER is proud to be associated with A.W.O.
in any effort to support the health and growth of the vast and vitally important coastal shallow-draft and inland sectors of the U.S. marine industry.
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Other stories from March 1988 issue
- FIRST A.W.O. ANNUAL ISSUE page: 4
- Crane Consolidates Two Business Units To Form Crane M i d w e st page: 6
- Unitor Ships Service Acquires G a m l e n M a r i ne page: 6
- Fort Schuyler Forum To Be Held March 16 page: 7
- Racal Wins Major Radar Order From Midland Enterprises page: 7
- Racal To Demonstrate New Color ARPA At Whitehall Club In New York City page: 8
- New Diesel Pump Company Formed page: 8
- Substantial Savings Realized With HydroSwage MK III Tube Expander page: 9
- Slingmax Rigging Products Offers Literature On New Load-Lifting Equipment page: 9
- Quality Shipyards Delivers Third Pushboat In Series of Three To Ashland Oil Company page: 10
- Centrico Offers Advanced Oil Purifying Equipment page: 10
- Alfa-Laval Offers Quality Plate Heat Exchangers For Navy Shipboard Cooling Duties page: 11
- Constant-Tension Winch For Handling Rescue Boats Offered By Braden page: 12
- New Wooster Catalog Lists Anti-Slip Safety Stair/Walkway Products page: 12
- Tate Andale Offers Free 130-Page Catalog On Marine Products page: 13
- Harriet Harrison New Chairman Of AWO Southern Region page: 13
- AWO ANNUAL page: 14
- AWO'S REGULATORY ADVOCACY page: 18
- 1987: A YEAR OF MAJOR THREATS AND IMPORTANT VICTORIES page: 23
- Why You Should Be A Member Of AWO page: 24
- NAVY WILL SPEND OVER $9 BILLION IN FY 1988 ON R&D page: 27
- Fairbanks Morse Brochure Outlines Benefits Of New Ignition Generator page: 31
- MAJOR NAVY CONTRACTS page: 33
- A&T Receives Navy Contracts Worth $14.2 Million page: 37
- Textron Marine Systems Delivers 12th LCAC To Navy page: 38
- Avondale Industries Christens Their Second Landing Ship Dock In Series Of Five page: 38
- Mid-Coast Marine To Perform Overhaul Work At Coos Bay Drydock page: 39
- Moss Point Marine Delivers First Of Four Army Landing Ships page: 40
- Bethlehem Steel Christens Navy Oceanographic Survey Ship At Sparrows Point Shipyard page: 40
- Newport News Christens Newest Nimitz Carrier page: 41
- Avondale Plans Purchase Of Lockheed Shipbuilding's Gulfport Marine Division page: 42
- Free Color Brochure On Safety Release Hook For Rescue Boats page: 42
- First U.S.-Built Surimi Catcher/Processor Delivered By Halter Marine page: 46
- Lexair Offers Catalogs On 'Hi-Cyclic' And Poppet Type Two-Way Valves page: 47
- Navigation & Communications Equipment Review page: 48
- Robertson-Shipmate Introduces Multi-Station VHF Radiotelephone To U.S. Marine Market page: 56
- New Public Dock Facility At Port Of Iberia Is Reported A Success page: 56
- Skaarup Shipping Corporation Announces Executive Changes page: 62
- Cunard Installs Computerized Maintenance System From MMS Aboard Queen Elizabeth 2 page: 62
- National Waterways Conference Cosponsoring Seminar On Transportation Futures Markets page: 65
- Caterpillar Announces Extended Service Coverage For Industrial & Marine Engines page: 68
- Hyundai Building First In Series Of Three 250,000-Dwt VLCCs For World Wide Shipping Agency page: 68