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IMO Delaval Names
Three New Managers
For Turbine Division
The Delaval Turbine Division of
IMO Industries Inc. recently an- nounced that Bern E. Deich- mann has been appointed as man- ager of commercial operations,
Steven W. Jadney promoted to manager of quality operations, and
Debra J. Vietzke promoted to manager of project management.
Gary Walker, vice president and general manager, stated that the new assignments "are a reflec- tion of our growing interest in the new unit business, as well as our continued commitment to our tradi- tional markets: industrial, chemical, petro and chemical, oil and gas, util- ity and marine."
As manager of commercial opera- tions, Mr. Deichmann will be re- sponsible for marketing, product support services, project manage- ment, field service and marketing communications for the Delaval
Mr. Jadney has been with IMO for over 17 years, holding positions in project management, marketing and field sales. Mr. Walker said "...
Mr. Jadney's promotion to man- ager of quality operations confirms our commitment to this important program."
Project managers will report to
Ms. Vietzke in her new role as manager of project management. Of this promotion, Mr. Walker stated, "She has the strong background needed in the area of project man- agement which will enable us to pro- vide close cooperation between the
Delaval Turbine Division and its many customers."
As part of IMO Industries Inc., based in Lawrenceville, N.J., the
Delaval Turbine Division is located on the company's original 100-acre site in Hamilton Township. It is a major supplier of 5 to 80-MW steam turbine generator sets to the MSW, industrial cogeneration, pulp and paper and independent power pro- duction industries. In addition, it is a leading supplier of mechanical drive steam turbines (to 50,000 bhp), centrifugal compressors, sin- gle and multi-stage boiler feed pumps, and double helical marine gears.
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Schottel Takes Over
Schottel-Werft Josef Becker
GmbH & Co KD at Spay/Rhine recently took over the complete transverse thruster program from
Hatlapa Uetersener Maschinenfa- brik GmbH & Co.
From its headquarters at Spay,
Schottel, one of the world's largest manufacturers of 360-degree steera- ble propulsion units and maneuver- ing aids for ships, will perform ser- vice, inspection, repair and spare part activities for all existing Hatla- pa units. New projects and conver- sions will be handled by Schottel
Hamburg. Orders already received will be carried out by Hatlapa, and the program will be progressively transferred to Schottel in coordina- tion with customers and suppliers.
Both companies are convinced that Schottel's long-standing and relevant experience in the field of ship propulsion and maneuvering aids will guarantee the competent continuation of technical problem solving and the supply of highest quality products.
Hatlapa will continue to offer complete packages including its main products, deck machinery, steering gears and compressors and now, Schottel transverse thrusters as well.
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Todd Gets Contract
Worth $12.5 Million
For PMA Of Support Ship
Todd Pacific Shipyards, Seattle,
Wash., was recently awarded a $12.5-million Navy contract for the phased maintenance availability (PMA) of the fast combat support ship USS Sacramento (AOE-1). 44 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News