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Robertson-Shipmate recently an- nounced the appointment of Wal- ter Perlowski to the position of commercial sales manager. Mr.
Perlowski has 27 years' experi- ence in a wide variety of sales, mar- keting, and general management po- sitions in the marine electronics in- dustry. He will be responsible for product sales support to Robertson-
Shipmate's dealer network in the large ship autopilot, gyrocompass and Commander product groups.
Mr. Perlowski recently com- pleted 10 years' service as program manager with the Navcom subsid- iary of Magnavox, where he was responsible for major shipboard navigation and communications sys- tems, particularly in the area of computer control, satellite commu- nications and systems integration.
Prior to this, he gained broad experience in navigation, echo- sounding and communications with
Simrad and Communication Asso- ciates, Inc.
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EG&G Merges Marine,
Ocean Products Divisions
EG&G has combined its Ocean
Products and Marine Products divi- sions into one operating company
EG&G Marine Instruments. Rich- ard A. Jablonski is president and
Harold E. Maxfield is vice presi- dent. The company is headquar- tered on Cape Cod in Cataumet,
EG&G Marine Instruments pro- duces a wide variety of products, including sector and side-scan son- ars, sub-bottom profilers, acoustic releases, CTDs, current meters and other marine instrumentation tech- nology. Through previous acquisi- tions, the company's product line also includes Neil Brown Instru- ments and Sea-Link Systems.
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BoatLIFE To Supply
Deck Compounds For
Cruise Ship Project
BoatLIFE of New York and
Southampton, England, recently re-
September, 1990 57 ceived a major contract from
MASA-Yards OY of Helsinki, Fin- land, to supply deck compounds.
Under the contract, BoatLIFE will supply its non-curing bedding com- pound and two-part polysulfide seaming compound to bed teak onto the metal decks of the Ecstasy, Car- nival Cruise Lines' latest cruise ship under construction at MASA
BoatLIFE has sent master me- chanics to Helsinki to instruct the deck personnel on the operation of its newly developed mix, meter and dispensing unit to apply the deck compounds.
Edwin Kehrt. chairman of the board of BoatLIFE said: "This new contract reflects the company's technical abilities, its reliable prod- ucts and willingness to assist and develop new methods of installing teak decks. We have a proven track record of reliable products used on
Carnival's newest ship, the Fantasy, put into service early this year, which was a major factor in securing this new contract."
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