Dravo Corporation of Pittsburgh, Pa., recently announced three senior management appointments in its recently established marine construction organization.
Niland B. Mortimer has been named vice president, manufacturing, for Dravo Marine Equipment Company. Previously vice president, sales, at Dravo's Neville Island facility, he will be responsible in his new position for all manufacturing operations and marine engineering functions.
A registered professional engineer with more than 20 years of service with Dravo, Mr.
Mortimer replaces Peter Kurlak, who retired.
C. van Mook has been appointed manager, design and production engineering. A registered professional engineer with Dravo for 18 years, he will be responsible for all design and production engineering activities carried out by the unit.
Larry A. Greene was named as manager, marine sales and marketing. Mr. Greene has served for the past five years as Dravo's manager, marine sales.
Dravo Marine Equipment Company is a consolidation of the marine equipment sales and manufacturing operations of Dravo's former Engineering Works Division.
Kvaerner Eureka of Seattle, Wash., Marine Equipment Division, is offering a 20-page, full-color brochure titled "Marine Equipment Review," featuring products marketed by the company. The following chapter headings taken from the contents list give a quick account of what the brochure contains: the
Anschuetz of America recently hosted its first Marine Equipment Exhibit held in New York, along with the pricipal companies that Anschuetz represents. More than 350 guests attended the two-day function, by private invitation. Participants in the exhibit included some of the world's bestknown marine
representative for Microphor, Inc. has been announced by John M. Mayfield Jr., president of Microphor. Microphor manufactures several lines of marine equipment at its Willits, Calif., headquarters facility- Alexander Industries will be the exclusive representative for Microphor's marine division products
president of Waterways Transportation and Trading Company and Maritime Transportation and Trading Company, Twin Cities, Minn.-based barge and marine equipment companies. Mr. Wolgamot was formerly assistant to the president of Twin City Barge, Inc. An attorney, he has practiced law with the firm of
Menge Marine Equipment Company, Inc., New Orleans, La., has joined Seaward International's worldwide network of sales representatives. They will be responsible for the sales and promotion of Seaward's entire line of foam-filled marine fenders and buoys in the eastern section of the U.S. Gulf Coast
Tradex Marine Equipment Co. of Denmark recently announced two new products that are now available: an oil/water analyzer, and an automatic lapping machine. The oil/water analyzer is capable of measuring water content in lubricating oil/bunker fuel as well as crude oil cargoes. The analyzer uses highl
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Reporting this year's SMM 2000 Shipbuilding, Machinery & Marine Technology Exhibition as "booked out," Hamburg Messe is dubbing the exhibition as one that is multi-cultural and lingual — the biannual conference is predicted to attract more than 1,000 exhibitors from 42 countries. Designating
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Marine Equipment Suppliers, Inc., 601 Jefferson Street, Suite 3600, Houston, Texas, has applied for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing the construction of a self-propelled, reel pipelay ship. The ship, to be named Apache, is expected to begin work in the Gulf of Mexico, and later may be employed
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. McCall, the third vessel in a series of new class owners Harbor Harvest worked with the Connecticut Port monohull Fast Support Vessels (FSV) for Seacor Marine. Authority and the State of Connecticut to develop new This vessel advances the traditional offshore support vessel maritime-based trade routes
is a six turbine, 20.7-megawatt Association (OMSA), the mouthpiece of the domestic off- offshore demonstration project in Lake Erie. Once approved, shore marine transportation service industry, responded to it will be the ? rst freshwater project in North America. Con- proposed CBP Modi? cations to Jones Act
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