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Stolt-Nielsen Names Two

Chemical Tankers Built

For Rhine River Service

Two self-propelled inland water- way chemical tankers built for Stolt-

Nielsen were recently named in a formal ceremony held at Duisburg-

Ruhrort. The new ships, M/T Stolt

Maas and M/T Stolt Main, will oper- ate on the Rhine River and its tribu- taries, and will be marketed by Stolt

Stinnes, the new joint tanker ser- vice formed by Stolt Tankers and

Terminals (Holdings)

S.A.(NASDAQ:STLTF) and Stinnes

Reederei AG.

Stolt Maas was built by

Scheepswerg"Grave"B.V.,of Grave, the Netherlands, and Stolt Main by

Bayerische Schiffbau Gmbh, of

Erlenbach am Main, Germany. Both are 2,100-dwt ADNRType Ha double hull with stainless steel cargo tanks, each served by an individual deep well pump.

E.U.P.T.A. Completes

Ferry Loading Ramps

Designed By Hitch, Inc.

The Eastern Upper Peninsula

Transportation Authority (E.U.PT A) of Kincheloe, Mich., recently com- pleted the replacement or overhaul of all ferry loading ramps on the St.

Mary's River between Lake Supe- rior and Lake Huron. In 1989, two loading ramps were constructed at

Detour, Mich., and one was con- structed at Drummond Island, Mich.

The new Detour/Drummond Island route is serviced by a new 24-car ferry delivered in the fall of 1989.

The new ferry ramps were de- signed by Hitch, Inc., Houghton,

Mich. The primary ramps for De- tour/Drummond are 20 feet wide by 60 feet long with a mid-span hinge.

The ramps at Neebish Island and

Sugar Island are 20 feet wide with a 30 foot long single span. The hy- draulic pump system is located in a small heated building near the ramps. Low voltage controls are located on the ramps to raise/lower or tilt the span to meet the ferry.

For free literature on the hydrau- lic operated ramp system design by

Hitch, Inc.,

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Nicholas G. Calley

Named Senior Director Of

Marketing At West State

Nicholas G. (Nick) Calley, who launched his maritime career over 50 years ago, recently joined West

State, Inc. (WSI), as senior director of marketing. WSI is based at the

Portland Ship Repair Yard on Swan

Island in Portland, Ore.

For the past 40 years, Mr. Calley has been with Northwest Marine

Iron Works, also based on Swan Is- land.

Doug Watson, WSI founder and chairman said, "Nick Calley brings to our company a long history of excellence in the marine repair in- dustry and the good will of many satisfied customers. He has devoted the past 40 years to developing a large customer base and earning the respect of clients throughout the industry. His decision to join WSI will bring rewards to our company as we continue to grow and expand into new markets."

Jones Appointed Manager

Of Marine Industry

Marketing At ILS

Inventory Locator Service, Inc. (ILS) recently announced that

Timbs Jones was promoted to man- ager, marine industry marketing.

Mr. Jones will be responsible for development and worldwide mar- keting of ILS data base services for the marine industry. Mr. Jones was previously an area sales man- ager for ILS, based in Jacksonville,


Inventory Locator Service, Inc., a subsidiary of Ryder System, Inc., provides worldwide data base ser- vices for the aviation and marine industries.. ILS data bases give in- formation on parts and equipment available from the inventories of over 2,000 suppliers worldwide.




When Goltens was established over a half century ago, the company's goal was to reduce costly downtime on diesel engines. Today, that is still what we do! And Goltens maintains round- the-clock service, around the world to do it fast.

Our world- wide facilities enable us to respond quickly to your diesel service needs.

We can perform | repairs in dry dock, in port, at sea or in our own plants which are capable of handling welding, fabrication and pipework as well as almost any type of machining, boring or milling operation.

Goltens is licensed and authorized by most of the top manufacturers of diesel engines so we are able to provide you promptly with the parts you need anywhere in the world. Our Bonded warehouses in

New York and California are at your disposal.

Whether you need repairs or maintenance for your diesel engines, Goltens offers a full range of services including: engine replacement; engine overhaul; main journal and crankpin reconditioning; centrifugal re-babbitting of any size bearing; and reconditioning of fuel injection equipment, pistons, piston skirts, cylinder heads, exhaust valves, seats, and turbochargers.

So when you need to get your diesel engine going, go with Goltens. We've got the experience and the capabilities you're looking for.


Golten Marine Co., Inc. 160 Van Brunt Street

Brooklyn, NY 11231

Phone: (718) 855-7200

Fax:(718)855-4471 (718)802-1147

Telex: 22-2916


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