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  • Industrial Engineering & Equipment Company (INDEECO), St.

    Louis, Mo., recently announced that Katina R. Truman has joined its operation as advertising manager.

    From the St. Louis office, Mrs.

    Truman will implement advertising programs to support INDEE- CO's extensive electric heating line.

    Mrs. Truman held senior sales and marketing positions with National Can Corporation, National Marine Service and the Bunce Corporation of St. Louis. She will maintain the in-house advertising agency and develop INDEECO's promotional program which will include direct mail, display advertising, catalog production and market research.

    INDEECO is a leading manufacturer of electric heating equipment and Solitech electronic controls for the industrial, space and marine heating markets in the U.S. and abroad.

    For further information on INDEECO and their products, Circle 42 on Reader Service Card

  • Robert J. Fortier has been appointed director-corporate advertising and marketing communications at Combustion Engineering, Inc., it was announced by William J. Connolly, corporate vice president, marketing and communications. Mr. Fortier formerly was manager of corporate advertising at C-E. In

  • Halter Marine Services, Inc., New Orleans, La., has established an Office of Advertising & Publishing Relations, and named A.J. Rizzo director. In making the announcement, Harold P. Halter, president, Halter Marine Services, Inc., said the new office was created to consolidate and coordinate the

  • with the Lykes organization. Larry Guerin was named assistant vice president-public relations and will continue to direct the public relations and advertising efforts of the company. Mr. Koch is a retired Brigadier General of the U.S. Army, and joined the Lykes staff in 1975 at the close of a 28-year

  • new destroyer envisioned for the future. John H. Berger was promoted to director of quality assurance and George Baldwin was named BIW's director of advertising. The appointment of Mr. Baldwin and the promotions of the three others were announced by James M. Blenkhorn, senior vice president of business

  • Acting on behalf of the United States Navy, the Maritime Administration recently awarded a $17,952,454 contract to Continental Maritime of San Francisco, Inc., San Francisco, to convert a government- owned containership into a naval auxiliary crane ship. The ship, the ex-President Monroe built in

  • marketing services manager. She assumes responsibility for all facets of marketing communications planning, budgeting and implementation, including advertising, public relations, sales promotion, distribution, direct mail, technical literature and trade shows, for the full Magnavox line of satellite

  • Donahue, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations has expanded its professional staff with the addition of Laurence F. Daspit, who will represent the firm in Houston and throughout the Southwest. The announcement of this appointment was made by James C. Donahue, president of Donahue, Inc. As a member of

  • announced it has purchased new and larger world headquarters offices in New York City. The new location will house the executive, editorial and advertising staff responsible for worldwide publishing operations in the commercial marine and naval sectors. The publishers reported the acquisition

  • American Commercial Barge Lines (ACBL), headquartered in Jeffersonville, Ind., recently christened three towboats that it purchased from other companies. The renaming ceremonies for two of the vessels—the MV Don Stephens (ex- Miss Rosie) and the MV Al Pannier (ex-MV United States)—were held in Cairo

  • The Maritime Administration has awarded an $18,396,652 contract to Dillingham Ship Repair of Portland, Ore., for the conversion of a National Defense Reserve Fleet containership into the third in a series of U.S. Navy Auxiliary Crane Ships (T-ACS). When converted, the T-ACS 3 (ex-President Polk)

  • Only a very few LNG carriers remain in layup and of these, two are soon to be reactivated. Specifications for the reactivation operation of the two 122,250-cubicmeter LNG carriers LNG Lagos (ex- Gastor), and LNG Port Harcourt (ex-Nestor), which have both been laid up in Loch Striven, Scotland

  • MR Jan-20#59  COMPANIES WITH CONTINUING ADVERTISING PROGRAMS IN THIS PUBLICATION)
    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 59

    , ’ , , AND SERVICES LISTING IS PROVIDED AT NO COST FOR ONE YEAR IN ALL ISSUES ONLY TO COMPANIES WITH CONTINUING ADVERTISING PROGRAMS IN THIS PUBLICATION WHETHER AN . A , , , ADVERTISEMENT APPEARS IN EVERY ISSUE OR NOT ECAUSE

  • MR Jan-20#53 Welding (JTSW) – has brought in ex- market demand for)
    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 53

    Welding (JTSW) – has brought in ex- market demand for increasingly power- oil and gas senior engineer Iain Wilson ful drive train technology. to help shape the company as it moves into a new chapter at the Scottish Ma- ABB Delivers for Icebreaking rine Technology Park. LNG Carrier Fleet The ? nal

  • MR Jan-20#49 AR & Maritime Maintenance
As maritime embraces new digitaliz)
    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 49

    AR & Maritime Maintenance As maritime embraces new digitalization technologies aimed at reducing costs and enhancing safety onboard ships, MAN CEON, MAN Energy Solutions’ umbrella brand for all its digital products, comes to the fore for TechGuide, an augmented reality maintenance platform. Using mobile

  • MR Jan-20#44 Ship Repair
Activities and Investments in ship repair &)
    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 44

    Ship Repair Activities and Investments in ship repair & conversion yards Astican & Astander Regulatory Work, Offshore Drives Astican Reliance entered Astican for the installation of a new HydeMarine Hyde Guardian ballast water management system. Photo: Astican While 2019 provided a mixed bag of ing

  • MR Jan-20#39 INTERVIEW MORGAN FANBERG, PRESIDENT, GLOSTEN
 “The focus)
    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 39

    INTERVIEW MORGAN FANBERG, PRESIDENT, GLOSTEN “The focus on electric propulsion systems and propulsion systems integration has really taken on a life of its own.” It’s Electric. Left: The Gee’s Bend Ferry. Right: The elec- tric passenger/vehicle ferry for Washington’s Skagit County. Photos:

  • MR Jan-20#34 REPAIR & CONVERSION
the concerns about security as the)
    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 34

    REPAIR & CONVERSION the concerns about security as the electric grid becomes more He added that improved safety features, including lifeboats, dependent on offshore wind. would be necessary in a conversion and that personal com- These calculations and estimates provide a backdrop for the fort is also an

  • MR Jan-20#27  news you can trust and 
advertising results you can count)
    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 27

    ? ce. Wilgus concentrates her practice in the areas of international and maritime litigation and dispute resolution. Business news you can trust and advertising results you can count on. We have you covered in every sector of the industry. The Maritime Media Network’s diverse portfolio of publications

  • MR Jan-20#20 Back to the Drawing Board
Marine Casualties
Alcohol is NOT)
    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 20

    Back to the Drawing Board Marine Casualties Alcohol is NOT the Probable Cause irst some disclosures. I have worked with (MAB-19/30) on an incident that occurred in Guam. I (or my the National Transportation Safety Board company) had no involvement in that matter, but since it was on a number of occasions.

  • MR Jan-20#11 In the ?  ipped classroom, the in-class experience and)
    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 11

    In the ? ipped classroom, the in-class experience and the outside-class experiences are “? ipped”. That is, instead of lectures happening during class time, trainees are asked to watch videos of lectures or are assigned some e-learning module outside the classroom – before class. Then, when the

  • MR Jan-20#4  the 
right to refuse any advertising. Contents 
of the publicatio)
    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4

    . The publisher assumes no responsibility for any misprints or claims or actions taken by advertisers. The publisher reserves the right to refuse any advertising. Contents of the publication either in whole or part may not be produced without the express permission of the publisher. Stoichevski van Hemmen

  • MR Jan-20#2  Classifieds
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    January 2020 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 2

    this progressive naval architecture and 57 The Final Word marine engineering firm forward. 59 Buyer’s Directory By Greg Trauthwein 60 Classifieds 64 Advertising Index 2 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • January 2020 MR #1 (1-17).indd 2 1/13/2020 10:39:35 A

  • MN Jan-20#59 PRODUCTS
STAIRMASTER NITEGLOW 
TCL Series Lube 
Wooster)
    January 2020 - Marine News page: 59

    PRODUCTS STAIRMASTER NITEGLOW TCL Series Lube Wooster Products introduced Free Air Hoists The new TCL Series lube STAIRMASTER NITEGLOW an- free air hoists from Har- ti-slip safety renovation treads with rington Hoists operate photoluminescence, for exit path without air supply lubrica- markings

  • MN Jan-20#56 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Kennedy  Falkner  Green Fenimore &)
    January 2020 - Marine News page: 56

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Kennedy Falkner Green Fenimore & Mayes ogy software development, force mea- Graham, Chapman Crowley Awards surement systems and Starrett Special Join NTSB Board Scholarships Gage Department. The National Transportation Safety Crowley Maritime Corp. presented Board is set to

  • MN Jan-20#53 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Susan 
Buchanan 
(1952-2019)
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    January 2020 - Marine News page: 53

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Susan Buchanan (1952-2019) Susan Grier Buchanan, an ag- ricultural economist and award- winning journalist, died peace- Carpenter Damen Buese Amin fully after a courageous battle with cancer in New Orleans on November 22, 2019, surrounded as a member of the company’s Board by

  • MN Jan-20#45 Credit: AdobeStock © Merek
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    January 2020 - Marine News page: 45

    Credit: AdobeStock © Merek in the temperature and moisture of that grain. When grain Time is Money begins to spoil, it will begin to heat up and develop areas If time is money, then a barge load of grain exhibiting of spoilage known as ‘hotspots.’ These areas can become so spoilage warning signals is a

  • MN Jan-20#37 OFFSHORE WIND
Credit: MMA (LCDR Tom Pham)
Captain Michael)
    January 2020 - Marine News page: 37

    OFFSHORE WIND Credit: MMA (LCDR Tom Pham) Captain Michael Burns, Direc- courses must be taught by GWO-cer- that the school hopes to train as tor of MMA’s Center for Maritime ti? ed training providers. many as 250 wind professionals an- and Professional Training, explained, At Mass. Maritime, the

  • MN Jan-20#29 U.S. Coast Guard photo by Ronald Hodges
Waterway Operators)
    January 2020 - Marine News page: 29

    U.S. Coast Guard photo by Ronald Hodges Waterway Operators (AWO), a trade association for the workboat and towing and barging sector. Allegretti’s remarks came in a speech at a late-Septem- ber 2019 conference on Subchapter M, which provides a framework for safety management of towing vessels (rather

  • MN Jan-20#27 He said that limit made sense in the mid-19th century)
    January 2020 - Marine News page: 27

    He said that limit made sense in the mid-19th century when control of a ship was more art than science. Without such protections America’s ? edgling oceanic commerce would have withered. Now, Sterbcow asserts, “encouragement of investment in shipbuilding should no longer be accomplished on the backs

  • MN Jan-20#15  news you can trust and 
advertising results you can count)
    January 2020 - Marine News page: 15

    , to be enough sales to justify the manufacture’s investment, spend your lobbying dollars on zero pollution engines. Business news you can trust and advertising results you can count on. We have you covered in every sector of the industry. The Maritime Media Network’s diverse portfolio of publications

  • MN Jan-20#6  editorial calendar and advertising rates, visit  www.marinelink)
    January 2020 - Marine News page: 6

    SEARCH JOBS Post a position or keep abreast of new employment opportunities at www.maritimejobs.com ADVERTISE To see MarineNews’ editorial calendar and advertising rates, visit www.marinelink.com/advertising Resources January 2020 6 M

  • MN Jan-20#4 .com
By Randy O’Neill
  
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    January 2020 - Marine News page: 4

    Radar Confusion and Speed SALES Cited in Ferry Grounding Vice President, Sales & Marketing Rob Howard • [email protected] By Randy O’Neill Advertising Sales Managers National Sales Manager 39 WATER USAGE Terry Breese • [email protected] Water Audits at

  • MP Q4-19#50 STATISTICS
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    Nov/Dec 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 50

    STATISTICS S , T FlipS ripS and allS n 2018, the American Club, in partnership with American cidents. Loss of control of machines and material handling equip- Bureau of Shipping (ABS) and Lamar University (Lamar), ment and body movement were the next two more common injury Ilaunched a new project

  • MP Q4-19#40 MARINE FUELS
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    Nov/Dec 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 40

    MARINE FUELS Blockchain and DNA: The game changers in the IMO 2020 challenge. By Marc Johnson and Stuart Hall n 2020, the shipping industry fnds itself dealing with a com- plex set of new risks originating from the International Mari- Itime Organization’s (IMO) changing rules for marine fuels. Although the

  • MP Q4-19#39 BALLAST WATER TREATMENT
to be viable candidates. deadline)
    Nov/Dec 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 39

    BALLAST WATER TREATMENT to be viable candidates. deadline next year, when all of the systems need to be certifed Around 45,000 vessels above 2,000 dwt are currently without to the new mandatory code. a BWMS that complies with the new regulation, industry data indicates. About 25% of those ships are