Ded

  • MR May-19#8  – that a Marad staffer con?  ded  nomic bene?  ts of more)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    produce average annual national eco- tabling a $2 trillion investment number. more of this. In a nutshell, the project, ago – that a Marad staffer con? ded nomic bene? ts of more than $640 mil- Norman Anderson, CEO & Chairman of also sponsored by the Connecticut Port Iin me about a U.S. DOT meeting

  • MR Nov-16#12 ,  much else to do, it sounded like as good  You could)
    November 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    kill and not feel for the crew, and we did. this situation has played out in the col- Texas. That job took me to a lot of places, much else to do, it sounded like as good You could see the impact of the re- lapse of one of the world’s largest ship- but much of that involved being sent 75 an idea as any

  • MT Jul-15#57  has 
Renting of equipment 
provided high-resolution parametric)
    July 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 57

    , elec- MD: Sabine Mueller tronics and software No. of Employees: 20 on customer’s request. For about 20 years Innomar has Renting of equipment provided high-resolution parametric is possible, too. sub-bottom pro? lers. The product line waters. Applications include the detec- Parametric acoustics

  • MT Nov-14#38  of suspected leaks, along with ded- in Niteroi, across the)
    November 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 38

    of preventive containment booms in Group build the vessels at its ship yard ber of its PSVs in the United States. cases of suspected leaks, along with ded- in Niteroi, across the bay from the city “Bravante decided to source part of its icated onboard environmental coordina- of Rio de Janeiro. Anders

  • MR Jan-78#5  floor and mast can be skid-
ded on the deck of a production)
    January 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 5

    Tex- as Star rig has a substructure 24 by 38 feet wide by 14 feet high. When required, the substructure, drill floor and mast can be skid- ded on the deck of a production platform, and span 30, 40 or 45- foot-wide skid beams with a 10- foot clear height above the plat- form deck. Clay

  • MR Jul-15-78#28  drydock or while afloat. Crowded drydocks and gantry 
cranes)
    July 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 28

    aerial lift on the market! Work at heights ol 20 ft. to over 200 ft. with ease. Allows work to be performed on the ship at drydock or while afloat. Crowded drydocks and gantry cranes do not hinder lateral or vertical travel of the SHIP- YARDER. Unit shown Is 20 ft. by 3 ft. wide. Features Include:

  • MR Jan-15-80#12  Marine, the tugs have been ded-
icated for service in)
    January 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    building these vessels for Bulkfleet Marine Corpora- tion's fleet." According to J. Barry Snyder, president of Bulkfleet Marine, the tugs have been ded- icated for service in the Gulf of Mexico, the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean. They will be used with specially designed barges that will carry

  • MR Oct-15-80#64  has ex-
panded the capability of its DM2)
    October 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 64

    of vessel conversion and major repair jobs. New Small Probes Expand Use Of Thickness Gage- Literature Available Krautkramer-Branson has ex- panded the capability of its DM2 ultrasonic thickness gage with a selection of new, small probes. The DM2 is already well-known for its reliability

  • MR Dec-15-80#46  Navy 
Support Contract 
Awarded To Tracor 
Tracor Inc)
    December 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 46

    with over 700 professional and technical employees located in key marine areas throughout the U.S. $5.3-Million Navy Support Contract Awarded To Tracor Tracor Inc. has received a $5.3- million contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command for con- tinued engineering and technical support

  • MR Aug-15-81#19  Ore Handling 
Facility Dedicated 
At Port Of Toledo)
    August 15, 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    copy of the Sperry pa- per and more information on the Adaptive Steering Module, Write 21 on Reader Service Card $33-Million Ore Handling Facility Dedicated At Port Of Toledo The TORCO Dock, the Port of Toledo's (Ohio) new $33-million iron ore transfer and ground stor- age facility, was officially

  • MR Jan-15-83#30  
$6.5-Million Contract 
Awarded Rockwell For 
Navigation)
    January 15, 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 30

    in writing MARITIME REPORTER ANO ENGINEERING NEWS 107 EAST 31st STREET NEW YORK, N.Y. 10016 (212) 689 3266 $6.5-Million Contract Awarded Rockwell For Navigation Measuring Units Rockwell International Corpo- ration, Anaheim, Calif., has been issued a $6,500,000 unpriced de- livery

  • MR Feb-15-83#25  handwhee! (can be 
welded in place) for top opening)
    February 15, 1983 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 25

    OR DRIVE BUILT 1970. COMPLETE WITH 24" I.D. MAN-WAY 3-DOG HATCHES 18" Coaming. Available with T socket wrench or removable handwhee! (can be welded in place) for top opening. Spring- loaded lid w/inside handwheel. Coaming 12mm thick, top 11mm. Bosmet drawing #67/56 20" ROUND HATCH 18"

  • MR Aug-84#52  Shipyards 
Launches And Dedicates 
Guided Missile)
    August 1984 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 52

    Todd Pacific Shipyards Launches And Dedicates Guided Missile Frigate Ford Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation, Los Angeles Division, recently launched and ded- icated the guided missile frigate Ford (FFG- 54) at ceremonies at Todd's San Pedro facili- ties. Pictured speaking is Robert C. Mc- Farlane

  • MR Feb-00#51  creation and integration of podded 
propulsion systems -)
    February 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 51

    operating systems, and signifying central concerns with issues of reliabili- ty and safety. Power of the Pod The creation and integration of podded propulsion systems - arguably one of the most innovative maritime technological advances ever — eminates wholly from the Finnish maritime cluster

  • MR Mar-00#61  Tanker M^M 
** Breadth, (molded) 106 ft. (32.2 m) 
Croatian-bas)
    March 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 61

    Feature Vessel of the Month - Product Tanker Margara 3.MAJ Delivers Innovative Tanker M^M ** Breadth, (molded) 106 ft. (32.2 m) Croatian-based shipyard, 3.MAJ Brodogradiliste, delivered the first of a contracted four-part tanker series this past August. Named M/T Margara, the 71,345-tdw oil tanker

  • MR Jun-15-00#40  just anoth-
er IT project. 
•Dedicate resources — Building)
    June 15, 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    businesses have failed to develop easy-to-use Web sites that enhance their business because they treat it as just anoth- er IT project. •Dedicate resources — Building a new business is a full-time occupation. It can't be done part-time. Resources must be ded- icated — and be held accountable

  • MR Oct-00#27  on behalf of the owner, a ded-
icated shipbuilding and)
    October 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 27

    sorting, cooking and freez- ing facilities. As a development of this project Steel-Kit has designed, and is organizing on behalf of the owner, a ded- icated shipbuilding and repair facility in South America that will produce up to 10 boats a year initially with additional capacity as required

  • MR Nov-00#48 . In 
1998 Transas was awarded the inaugural Lloyds 
List)
    November 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 48

    .) was selected by the US Coast Guard to be used on coastal stations as a core of their National Oil Spill response program. In 1998 Transas was awarded the inaugural Lloyds List Award for "outstanding and consistent con- tribution to training within the maritime indus- try." Transas Software House

  • MR Dec-00#42  smaller vessels. It is a pod-
ded propulsion system providing)
    December 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 42

    from 400 kW to 5 MW. The product is designed to meet the demand for enhanced maneuverability and operational economy in smaller vessels. It is a pod- ded propulsion system providing either unlimited, 360 degree or limited, + 100 degree steering angles. It incor- porates permanent magnet synchronous

  • MR Dec-00#15  of rails running abeam, skid-
ded out of the ship and transported)
    December 2000 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 15

    and rolled aft on a pair of girders set up as temporary rails. It was subsequently lifted and turned onto a second set of rails running abeam, skid- ded out of the ship and transported by drydock crane and trailer to an assembly bay. With approximately six mm of clear- ance between the generator's

  • MR Jan-01#10 . 
Austal, which is well regarded for its fast craft design)
    January 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 10

    facility in Mobile, Ala., highlights the level of investment mid-tier U.S. yards have made in the past five years. Austal, which is well regarded for its fast craft design and construction prowess, will have at its disposal arguably one of the finest plate production facilities in the country

  • MR Nov-01#25  repairs of its starboard pod-
ded propulsion unit in July)
    November 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 25

    in the Western Hemi- sphere. Drydock No. 12 served as a home for Carnival's Paradise, which underwent emergency repairs of its starboard pod- ded propulsion unit in July 2000. The job was unique in that it was the first ever Azipod repair to be performed in the U.S. — a fact that was confirmed

  • MR Dec-01#21 . Star)
    December 2001 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 21

    , the vessel offers passengers more than 70 percent of outside cabins, serviced by more than 1,100 crew members. Star's diesel electric podded drive and an inter- active communication systems, provide passengers with the utmost in cruising technology. Subsequent to its delivery, Star

  • MR Jan-02#34 , also integrate embed-
ded multifunction communication)
    January 2002 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 34

    exhaust suppresser systems for surface combat- ants. The exhaust systems, enclosed in a low sig- nature composite structure, also integrate embed- ded multifunction communication arrays. "This integrated approach will help provide increased connectivity necessary for modern war- fare while avoiding