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MARITIME

REPORTER

AND

ENGINEERING NEWS

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November

INTERNATIONAL WORKBOAT ANNUAL: • Satellite

Communication • Vessel Focus: LNG Carriers • Country

Focus: Poland

December

GREAT SHIPS OF 2000 • Marine Engineering: 10

Significant Marine Innovations • Cruise Ship Prospects •

Software Solutions: Focus on CAD/CAM Products

Focus: Icebreakers

Vessel

January 2001

PASSENGER VESSEL YEARBOOK: ANNUAL AWARDS

EDITION • Marine Electronics: Monitoring & Control

Systems • Propulsion Products & Systems • Country

Focus: Australia

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In 1940, a young ship's engineer started a company dedicated to reducing costly downtime on diesel engines... 60 YEARS LATER, GOLTENS IS

STILL DEDICATED TO KEEPING

DOWNTIME DOWN AND EFFICIENCY UP

In 1940. Sigurd Golten took his last $200 and purchased a second-hand lathe. This was the start of Goltens, a company that, for six decades, has been an innovative leader in developing methods for fast, efficient, diesel engine repair.

Today. Goltens provides marine and industrial diesel engine service, around the world. 24 hours a day...in dry dock, in port, at sea or in our own worldwide facilities. Our full range of repair and maintenance services include: engine overhaul; crankshaft grinding (in place and in our shop); centrifugal re-babbitting of any size bearing; reconditioning of fuel injection equipment, pistons, piston skirts, cylinder heads, exhaust valves, seats and turbochargers; plus steel and pipe renewal and repair.

Goltens is also a licensed and authorized repair shop for various top manufacturers of diesel engines so we are able to promptly provide you with the services and parts you need, anywhere in the world.

So when you need to get your diesel engine going, or you want to keep it going, contact

Goltens. We've got 60 years of experience and dedication behind us. Sigurd definitely would be proud of us!

Goltens

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Goltens New York Corp. • 160 Van Brunt Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231 • Tel: (718) 855-7200

Fax: (718) 802-1147 • E-Mail: newyork@goltens.com • Web Site: http://www.goltens.com

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Charles P. O'Malley

John E. O'Malley

John C. O'Malley jomalley@marinelinl<. com

Vice President/Editorial Director

Gregory R. Trauthwein traulhwein@marinelink. com

EDITORIAL

Associate Editor

Regina P. Ciardiello ciardiello@marinelink. com

Technical Editor

David Tinsley

Editorial Consultant

James R. McCaul, president, International Maritime Associates

Manager of Information Systems

Susan Cosme cosme@marinelink. com

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Angelica Rivera arivera@marinelink. com

PRODUCTION

Production Manager

Sharon Griffin griffin@marinelink.com

Asst. Production Manager

Oksana Martemy martemy@marinelink. com

CIRCULATION

Circulation Manager

Dale L. Barnett bornett@morinelink.com

ADVERTISING SALES

Vice President of Sales

Lucia M. Annunziata annunziota@marinelink.com

National Sales Manager

Robert C. Howard

Tel: (561) 732-3001 howard@marinelink. com

Regional Sales Manager

Jennifer Truman truman@marinelink. com

Regional Sales Manager

Brett Keil

Tel: 1561) 732-1185 bkeil@marinelink. com

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Tina Angelino angelino@marinelink.com

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