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Gulf Coast Business & Industry

Expo '94: March 1-3, Mississippi

Gulf Coast Convention Center

Contact: tel: (601) 863-2933 or (800) 999-EXPO.

Oceanology International '94:

March 8, Brighton, England

Contact: Judith Patten, Public

Relations, 0194, Neville House, 55

Eden Street, Kingston upon

Thames, Surrey KT1 1BW, U.K., tel: +081 547 1566; fax: +081 547 1143.

Connecticut Maritime Academy (CMA) Shipping '94 - March 14- 16, Sheraton Stamford Hotel & Tow- ers, Stamford, Conn.

Contact:Brad Berman, Esq.,

Seward & Kissel, CMA Trade Show

Chairman, tel: (212) 574-1204; fax: (212) 480-8421 orPeter Casciano,

International Marketing Strategies,

Inc., tel: (203) 622-4014; fax: (203) 622-1929.

ASNE Creative Logistics Tech- nologies for Tomorrow's Envi- ronment: March 15-17, Harris- burg, Pa.

Contact:JaneMcMullen,tel:(717) 790-6227.

GasTrade '94: March 16-18, Hong

Kong Convention Center, Hong


Contact: James Ball, GasTrade

Limited, 82 Rivington St., London,

EC2A 3AY, England, tel: +44 71 613 0087; fax: +44 71 613 0094.

SIBCON '94: March 22-24, World

Trade Center, Singapore

Contact: The Conference Manager,

Times Conferences & Exhibitions

Pte. Ltd., Times Centre, 1 New In- dustrial Road, Singapore 1953, tel: +65 284 8844; fax: +65 286 5754.

SingaPort '94: March 22-25, World

Trade Center, Singapore

Contact: The Conference Manager,

Times Conferences & Exhibitions

Pte. Ltd., Times Centre, 1 New In- dustrial Road, Singapore 1953, tel: +65 284 8844; fax: +65 286 5754.

Fluid Power West, The Expo and Technical Conference for

Electrohydraulic and Electro- pneumatic Motion Control

Technology: March 23-24, Ana- heim Convention Center, Anaheim,


Contact: Karen Ertl, Expositions

Coordinator, tel: (414) 778-3349.

Save a Life at Sea (SALTS)

Training Course: March 23-25

Contact: Maritime Health Services, 5343 Tallman Ave. N.W., Suite 104,

Seattle, Wash. 98107, tel: (206) 781- 8770; fax: (206) 781-8771. "Journees Oceanoscience" - Ex- hibition, Symposium & Confer- ence: March 30-April 3, Toulon,


Contact: Sophia Antipolis, tel: +33 93 65 34 13; fax: +33 93 65 34 16.


International Offshore and Po- lar Engineering Conference:

April 10-15, Senri Life Science Cen- ter, Osaka, Japan

Contact: ISOPE-94 Osaka, Techni- cal Program Committee (attn: Prof.

Jin S. Chung), ISOPE, P.O. Box 1107, Golden, Colo. 80402-1107, tel: (303) 273-3673; fax: (303) 420-3760.

AWS International Welding Ex- position and Convention: April 12-18, Pennsylvania Convention

Center, Philadelphia, Pa.

Contact: Conventions and Exposi- tions Dept., American Welding Soci- ety, 550 Lejeune Road, P.O. 351040,

Miami, Fla. 33135, tel: (800) 443- 9353 or tel: (305) 443-9353.

Save a Life at Sea (SALTS) Train- ing Course: April 20-22

Contact: Maritime Health Services, 5343 Tallman Ave. N.W., Suite 104,

Seattle, Wash. 98107, tel: (206) 781- 8770; fax: (206) 781-8771.

Greater New Orleans Barge

Fleeting Association/Sedgwick

Marine & Cargo Limited River and Marine Industry Seminar:

April 21-22, Sedgwick Conference

Forum, London, England.

Contact: Robert A. Jupp, Sedgwick

Marine-Norwich, England, tel: +44 0603 660202; fax: +44 071 481 5999; or Cherrie Felder, tel: (504) 348- 7700; fax: (504) 348-0763.

RORO '94: April 26-28, Svenska

Massan, Gothenburg

Contact: RORO Conference Secre- tariat, BML Business Meetings Ltd., 2 Station Road, Rickmansworth,

Hertfordshire, WD3 1QP, England; tel: +44 923 776363; fax: +44 923 777206.

Inland Rivers, Ports & Termi- nals, Annual Meeting: April 27- 30, The Benson Hotel, Portland, Ore.

Contact: Cynthia Rehagen, 204 E.

High St., Jefferson City, Mo. 65101, tel: (314) 634-2028.

ASNE Naval Engineering - The

Technical Challenge Continues:

April 28-29, Sheraton Washington

Hotel, Washington D.C.

Contact: Brian Kozlowski, tel: (703) 415-4589, ext. 5599.

MAY 1994 Offshore Technology Con- ference (OTC): May 2-5, Houston

Astrodome, Texas

Contact: OTC, P.O. Box 833868,

Richardson, Texas 75083-3868, tel: (214) 952-9494; fax: (214) 952-9435.

USMSA Sixth Annual Safety

Seminar: May 17-19, Sandy Hook,

N.J. Contact: Kristina Hagman

Goldfield, tel: (215) 564-3484.

Bremer Vulkan Group

Selects TRIBON

The Bremer Vulkan Group chose

Kockums Computer Systems' (KCS)

TRIBON shipbuilding system for its outfit design area. The Bremer

Vulkan Group yards of Bremer

Vulkan GmbH in Bremen, Schichau

Seebeckwerft in Bremerhaven,

MTW Schiffswerft in Wismar,

Flender Werft in Lubeck and

Volkswerft in Stralsund have, for several years, used applications sup- plied by KCS in the hull design area. In other areas of the world, the recently introduced TRIBON has fared similarly well. Hudong Ship- yard, Shanghai, China, bought the

Hull and Work Preparation appli- cations of TRIBON, while the

Guangzhou Shipyard International of Guangzhou, China, bought the

Hull, Work Preparation, Pipe and

Basic Design applications.

Finally, Atlantic Marine of Jack- sonville, Fla. purchased the Pipe,

Cable, Structure, Ventilation and

General Design applications of the

TRIBON system.

For more information on TRIBON from Kockums Computer Systems,

Circle 107 on Reader Service Card

OTECH Buys 900-LT Drydock

Ocean Technical Services, Inc. of

Harvey, La. bought a 900-long ton drydock from Conrad Industries,

Inc. The 120-foot (36.5 m) by 52-foot (15.8 m) by 15-foot (4.5 m) drydock was built in 1990 and is reportedly in new condition. It has eight 1,400 gpm eight-inch Lo-Lift volume pro- peller pumps driven by 10-hp 230/ 460 volt 60 cycle three-phase elec- tric motors. The piping system is designed so in the event of pump failure, the affected compartment could be pumped by the adjacent pump. For more information on the services of OTECH,

Circle 99 on Reader Service Card

Intermarine Appoints

Haferkamp As

General Manager

Hermann H. Haferkamp

Intermarine USA of Savannah,

Ga. announced that Hermann H.

Haferkamp joined the organiza- tion as general manager, operations, to oversee all aspects of ship prod- ucts which include engineering, material control and integrated lo- gistics support.

Mr. Haferkamp said that in ad- dition to the ongoing U.S. Navy

Minehunter construction program,

Intermarine is developing the facility's ship repair activities.

He said that the 1,000-ton ma- rine railway and the 535-ft. (163 m) graving dock will add needed flex- ibility and choice for small- and medium-sized vessels in the South

East Coast area.

During his more than 30 years in new construction and repair of ships, yachts and offshore marine struc- tures, Mr. Haferkamp has held numerous management positions.

Intermarine has seven additional

MHC-51 Class Minehunters to build for the U.S. Navy, the last of which is scheduled for delivery in 1997.

The shipyard manufactures the structure of the ships from glass reinforced plastic (GRP).

For more information on the ca- pabilities of Intermarine,

Circle 100 on Reader Service Card

Condor Marine Builds Fremantle Port Authority Vessel

Condor Marine's Henderson yard in Western Australia is currently testing an 82-foot (25 m) multi-pur- pose response vessel for the

Fremantle Port Authority.

The vessel features twin MAN

D2842LE 401S main engines, deliv- ering 1,000 hp each, providing the vessel with a 22-knot top speed. The three moni- tors, the hydrants and the self deluging systems are powered by three ad- ditional MAN'S.

The vessel design is available also in a 98- foot (30 m) form, in ei- ther a catamaran or monohull form. The ves- sels are driven by and get auxiliary power from multiple engines on com- mon shafts. This system is made possible by elec- tronic controls with manual overide, and a Kevlar belt drive from each engine onto the common shaft.

For more information on the new vessel from Condor Marine,

Circle 91 on Reader Service Card

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