York Division Of Borgwarner Corp

  • Robert T. Young, president of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, a professional/ technical organization for members of the marine industry, has announced the following committee chairmen for 1977: Committee on Applications — chairman, Dr. William R. Porter, vice president and academic dean, SUNY Maritime College, Fort Schuyler, New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Awards — chairman, Alvin E. Cox, assistant to the president, J.J. Henry Co., Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Annual Banquet Committee — chairman, Norman R. Farmer, manager, Systems Analysis Department, George G. Sharp, Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Budget and Endowments— chairman, Rear Adm.

    Albert G. Mumma, USN (ret.), past president of the Society and management consultant, Short Hills, N.J.

    Annual Dinner Dance Committee— chairman, Robert P. Fulton, head Washington Division, Gibbs & Cox, Inc., Arlington, Va.

    Committee on Education — chairman, Rear Adm. Charles N.

    Payne, USN (ret.), president, Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, Glen Cove, N.Y.

    Committee on Fellows — chairman, Prof. Richard B. Couch, Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.

    Committee on Finance and Audit — chairman, John A. Livingston, chairman emeritus, Webb Institute of Naval Architecture, Glen Cove, N.Y.

    Committee on Journal of Ship Research — chairman, Ralph D.

    Cooper, head, Fluid Dynamics Program, Office of Naval Research, Department of the Navy, Arlington, Va.

    Committee on Marine Technology — chairman, E. Scott Dillon, consultant, Silver Spring, Md.

    Committee on Member Insurance— chairman, Robert Axelrod, vice president-finance, J.J. Henry Co., Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Membership — chairman, Lester Rosenblatt, president, M. Rosenblatt & Son, Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Nominations — chairman, Rear Adm. L.V. Honsinger, USN (ret.), past president of the Society, and consultant, Todd Shipyards Corp., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Papers — chairman, Capt. Jack A. Obermeyer, USN (ret.), manager, Construction & Technical Development Division, Marine Department, Texaco Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Pension Plan —- chairman, Douglas C. MacMillan, consultant, General Dynamics/ Quincy S h i p b u i l d i n g Division, Quincy, Mass.

    Committee on Publications — chairman, Donald P. Courtsal, vice president and general manager, Dravo Corporation, Engineering Works Division, Neville Island, Pittsburgh, Pa.

    Committee on Scholarships — chairman, Capt. Robert E. Stark, USN (ret.), Gibbs & Cox, Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Sections—chairman, Monroe D. Macpherson, John J. McMullen Associates, Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Vice President-Technical and Research — Charles Zeien (to whom the Committee on Technical and Research Advance Planning, the Committee on Technical and Research Finance, and Administration and the Steering Committee on Technical and Research report), president, J.J.

    Henry Co., Inc., New York, N.Y.

    Committee on Technical and Research Advance Planning — chairman, Marvin Pitkin, assistant administrator for commercial development, Maritime Administration, Washington, D.C.

    Committee on Technical and Research Finance and Administration — chairman, John T. Gilbride, chairman, Todd Shipyards Corporation, New York, N.Y.

    Steering Committee on Technical and Research — chaired by Capt. Richards T. Miller, USN (ret.), advisory engineer, Oceanic Division, Westinghouse Electric Corp., Annapolis, Md.

    Hull Structure Committee — chairman, Alexander B. Stavovy, head, Advanced Ship Division, David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center, Bethesda, Md.

    Marine Systems Committee — chairman, Capt. William M. Nicholson, USN, (ret.), associate director, National Ocean Survey, NOAA, Rockville, Md.

    Ship Production Committee — chairman, Ellsworth L. Peterson, president, Peterson Builders, Inc., Sturgeon Bay, Wis.

    Ship Technical Operations Committee— chairman, Thomas J. Sartor Jr., assistant marine superintendent, Farrell Lines Incorporated, New York, N.Y.

    Ships' Machinery Committee— chairman, William O. Nichols, chief engineer, Central Technical Division-Shipbuilding, Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Sparrows Point, Md.

  • ; Seatrain Shipbuilding Corp.; John J. McMullen Associates, Inc.; Ingalls Shipbuilding Corporation; Lockheed Shipbuilding C o r p o r a t i o n, and New York Shipbuilding Corp. In his new position with Todd's Galveston Division, Mr. Martino will be responsible for Administration and Operations

  • and was elected president and chief operating officer in April 1974. Previously, he worked 15 years for Nichols Engineering and Research Corp., New York City. Before joining Leslie, Mr. Bonner served as vice president- sales at Nichols. Mr. Bonner has been a member of the board of directors since

  • At the Annual Meeting and Election of officers and directors of The Maritime Association of the Port of New York (MAPONY) held recently, Eric Guy de Spirlet, president, Belgian Line Incorporated, was elected president. Charles T. O'Neill, president, Jaton Environ, Inc., was reelected vice president

  • Seventeen stevedoring and marine terminal companies were honored in New York City for safety efforts over the past two years that helped reduce the frequency of accidents among some 11,000 waterfront workers in the bistate Port of New York and New Jersey. They were cited at a special awards luncheon

  • expected to deliver the second barge, the Cibro Savannah, in September of 1980. Three other barges, Cibro Philadelphia, Cibro Albany, and Cibro New York, were recently c o n s t r u c t e d at Todd's Houston Division and are currently in service

  • Division, Quincy, Mass., $348,910,000 for the construction and charter of three auxiliary cargo ships (T-AKX) ; — Maersk Line, Ltd., New York, N.Y., $257,499,000 for the conversion and charter of two ships; — Waterman Steamship Corp., New York, N.Y., $110,199,000 to convert and charter

  • Evergreen Marine Corp. of New York has announced the delivery of a new bulk carrier, the launching of another bulk carrier and a containership, and plans to begin a service from the West Coast to the Far East later this year. The announcements were made by Y.F. Chang, founder and chairman of

  • joined Evergreen Marine Corp. in Taiwan in 1972, and served as line manager of the company's Caribbean Service before joining Evergreen Handt in New York. He is a native of Taiwan, and a graduate of the College of Chinese Culture in Taiwan. Mr. Celosse, who previously served as operations manager

  • Etang Service, Port De Boue, France; River and Offshore Service, Violet, La.; S.M.E.B. Cantiere Navale SpA, Messina, Italy; Steamco Corp., New York, N.Y.; SUD Marine Enterprises, Marseille, France; and Violet Dockport, Violet, La. Messers. Gomlick, Wise, Finger and Stewart are all former employees

  • 730 was laid recently at Bay Shipbuilding Corp., Sturgeon Bay, Wis. The oceangoing bulk cargo barge is being built for Ocean Barge Corporation, New York. This will be the first vessel built for Ocean Barge Corporation by Bay Shipbuilding Corp. The 550-foot by 78-foot tug notch barge will be used

  • construction of three 50,884-deadweightton oil product carriers. The companies are s u b s i d i a r i e s of the American Transportation Co. Inc., New York. National Steel and Shipbuilding Co., San Diego, Calif., is the proposed builder of the three 658- foot-long, 106-foot-wide vessels. Deliveries

  • MR Nov-19#96 MR NOV 2019_Index_revised2:Layout 1  11/7/2019  9:15 PM)
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  • MR Nov-19#81 V
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    V VESSELS and the 18th built as part of the teaming USS Delaware (BB 28), which was de- 2013. The submarine was christened by VLCC with New SOx agreement with General Dynamics Elec- livered by Newport News in 1910. Jill Biden, the former Second Lady of Scrubber Delivered tric Boat. More than 10

  • MR Nov-19#66  School, which is the  was a New York chapter, but it was not)
    November 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 66

    “I became involved in WISTA as a Admiralty Law at Tulane young lawyer in 2007. At the time there Boriana Farrar is a Law School, which is the was a New York chapter, but it was not Vice President, Senior best in this ? eld in the coun- very active,” said Boriana. She and a col- Claims Executive and try

  • MR Nov-19#36  As-
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    at 16 working at an The company that I was running was bought by Hous- When I left the vessel I was the Damage Control As- oil storage depot in New York Harbor, working there ton Marine Services, so we moved from the Port Ar- sistant, which was normally an engineering function, so through high school

  • MR Nov-19#24  workforce profes-
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    3.5GW of OFW. Will that be built team, who could not ? nd the report. • Production shifted overseas, to mitment among US workforce profes- through a New York port? Or would NJ The concern here isn’t sloppy library state-protected industries with an sionals, but she wonders whether train- pay to build

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University of New York  moving along.  (Not everyone)
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    26, the State their peers to keep OFW implementation Critically, though, there aren’t going to AOT’s ? rst-to-market readiness and lo- University of New York moving along. (Not everyone responded be 25 such economic engine ports on the cation makes it likely the new facility Maritime College hosted a

  • MR Nov-19#20  and able work- Center in New York with Suffolk Coun-
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    Workforce Training farms is anticipated to reach 22,000 by Safety, Basic Technical, Advanced Res- Maryland has a ready and able work- Center in New York with Suffolk Coun- 2030 and 43,000 by 2050. To support cue, Enhanced First Aid, Blade Repair, force capable of contributing to the con- ty Community

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    . bays). The ferry is a little small in to- I know there are some wealthy people day’s Atlantic Highlands traf? c, but let’s who commute to New York City by wa- make her an off-hour ferry, and use her ter, maybe they would be interested in a for the lower density runs throughout the 1/3 scale

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    the rules will vary from New Obviously, this overlay of what law senger disputes but are less available in of parties from different countries, it is York to Texas to California. applies (and the situations in which it the case of injured workers. SCOTUS easier to enforce an arbitration award Additionally

  • MR Nov-19#12  of three or more  proaching New York reported that its  though)
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    container ship ap- have the means to reduce the risks. Few, your local grocery store for replenish- though, have lifespans of three or more proaching New York reported that its though, invest much time and effort into ment. Your automobile will attempt to decades. onboard computer network had been the

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    N BY THE NUMBERS CHINA Powered by Chinese Fleet Age Pro? le Age Group Number of Vessels Total Value USD m On Order 349 $13,471 0-4 1,109 $46,622 5-9 1,788 $29,870 10-14 1,023 $9,527 15-19 509 $3,385 20-24 454 $1,617 25-29 229 $475 30-34 124 $203 35-39 74 $111 40+ 72 $70 Grand Total 5

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    . A 16 foot work vessel now operates autonomously us- ing Marakeb’s patented device, the MAP Pro. Autonomous operations Sennebogen to Deliver World’s New York Blower’s involve programming routes and Largest Material Handler Versatile Vaneaxial Fan instructions to navigate a scenario The New

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    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Seaspan Shipyards Clarke MacLeod Hargreaves Thomson Oliver Diaz Sandy studied aircraft maintenance Seaspan Shipyards Announces at Northrop University in Inglewood, Management Additions Seaspan Shipyards announced the ap- California and graduated as a me- pointment of James

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    VESSELS SAFE Boats Delivers 19th Boat to FDNY SAFE Boats International (SAFE) has delivered boats 17, 18 and 19 to the marine division of the New York Fire Department, all during the month of August. The three latest additions to the FDNY ? eet are 33’ full cabin boats, the most popular con? guration

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    . In addition, the shipyard is building a 56-foot ice-break- ing, all-welded-steel, diesel powered, double crew tugboat to be named Breaker II for the New York Power Authority (NYPA). While small in size the boat is mighty in capabil- ity, “a little hulk” in Julie Blount’s estimation, primarily tasked to

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