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Crowley Announces New
Service To Curacao
Crowley Maritime Corporation has announced weekly container- ized service to Curacao, N.A., with sailings from Jacksonville and Port
The announcement was made by
Peter A. Baci, vice president, Car- ibbean Services. Mr. Baci stated that the service would operate on a fixed-day schedule for vessel arriv- als and departures with sailings every Thursday from Jacksonville and every Friday from Port Ever- glades.
Crowley is offering an express transit time from Port Everglades/
Miami to Curacao of three days.
Arrivals in Willemstad are early
Tuesday mornings. The inaugural sailing departed Jacksonville on Feb- ruary 6.
Mr. Baci also announced the ap- pointment ofV an Ommeren-Maduro as Crowley's agent in Curacao. "We are pleased to announce the appoint- ment of this long-established com- pany in connection with Crowley's new service to Curacao," Mr.Baci said.
The new service is being provided with two 328-TEWcapacity 16.5 knot containerships, the M/V Santa
Marta and M/V Cartagena, which
Crowley has deployed for several years in an express service between
Florida and South America.
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For over 40 years Kuhlautomat
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Kuhlautomat Berlin GmbH has delivered a total of 6,150 refrigerat- ing plants which have been installed aboard vessels. The company deliv- ered 1,372 air freezing plants with a freezing rate of 25 to 30 tons per day and final block temperatures of -25 degrees Celsius for the freezing of fish aboard fishing vessels.
The refrigerating plants are in line with the regulations of the clas- sification societies of Lloyd's Regis- ter of Shipping, Germanischer Lloyd,
Detnorske Veritas, Bureau Veritas, and Sea Register of the USSR.
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Jered Brown Brothers To
Consolidate Operations In
Marine systems manufacturer
Jered Brown Brothers recently an- nounced its plans to consolidate all of its administrative, engineering, and manufacturing operations at the company's Brunswick, Ga., manu- facturing facility.
Brunswick manufacturing facility is located on a deepwater site on the
Brunswick River, adjacent to the
Georgia Ports Authority. Jered will also lease an office building in
Brunswick to house the company's administrative staff that will be re- located from Michigan.
The consolidation is scheduled for completion by the end of the sum- mer of 1992. It will involve the transfer of equipment and employ- ees from Detroit—where the com- pany has operations in both Troy and Auburn Hills—to Brunswick.
In addition to engineered marine systems, Jered Brown Brothers spe- cializes in shipboard equipment for major shipyards that are direct sup- pliers to the U.S. Navy. Products include aircraft, cargo and weapons elevators; ship steering systems; submarine bow planes; anchor wind- lasses; and specialized handing sys- tems.
Jered is part of the Marine Engi- neering division of Vickers P.L.C., an international company based in the United Kingdom with annual sales of about $1.3 billion and over 12,000 employees worldwide. 86 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News 1992 Carrier Transicold Circle 210 on Reader Service Card TRANSICOLD