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  • More than 16 of the world's most renown manufacturers of navigational aids and communications equipment recently displayed their wares at the first such Conference and Exhibit ever to be held in downtown Manhattan, New York City. The three-day exhibit, and the all-day seminars on those subjects conducted by panelists expert in their fields, was held in the Seamen's Church Institute and was sponsored by the Maritime Association of the Port of New York.

    The two principal speakers at luncheons during what is planned to be an annual event, were: Adm. Sidney Wallace, USCG, marine transportation advisor to Transportation Secretary Brock Adams, who spoke on the need for more stringent adherence by vessels of over 15,000 tons to federal rules and regulations governing their operations in American navigable waters.

    Charles Fisher, chief, Rules and Legal Branch, FCC, who spoke of his department's work in revamping many of the rules and regulations now in effect and its progress on formulating many new ones in the field of communications to promote safety at sea.

    The panels covered the following subjects: Omega Navigation; Satellite Navigation; Collision Avoidance: Loran C System; Shipping Fairways; Single Sideband Communications; RTCM (Radio Technical Commission for Marine Service) ; Marine Facsimile for Marine Services, and National Vessel T r a f f i c System.

    Questions from the floor were answered by the panelists and resulting discussions served to expand coverage of every facet of communications and navigation at sea.

    Exhibitors at the event were: Alden Electronic & Impulse Recording Co., Inc.; Automated Marine International, Inc.; Communications Associates Inc.; COMSAT General Corporation; Digital Marine Electronics Corp.; IBM General Systems Division; ITT Decca Marine Inc.; Iotron Corporation; Kelvin Hughes, Smiths Industries, Inc.; Konel Corporation; Magnavox; Navidyne Corporation ; Raytheon Company; RCA, Simrad Inc.; Smiths Industries, Inc.; Sperry Marine Systems; Tracor, Inc., and the United States Coast Guard.

  • principal addresses at luncheons by Adm. Sidney Wallace (USCG), Marine Transportation Advisor to Transportation S e c r e t a r y Brock Adams, and Charles Fisher, Chief, Rules and Legal Branch, Federal Communications Commission. Admiral Wallace spoke of the plans by his department to implement present

  • of the Results of WARC 83" by Dr. K.A. Hughes, Home Office, Directorate of Radio Technology, United Kingdom. "FCC Maritime Mobile Activities" by Charles Fisher, Federal Communications Commission. "The National Marine Electronics A s s o c i a t i o n " by C.S. Carney, Nav-Com Inc. "Navy / Merchant

  • E. Bendix, group vice president, Mark Controls Corp., Evanston, 111.; Lynn Elliott, president, EIM Valve Controls, Inc., Missouri City, Texas; Charles L. Harper, general manager, W-K-M Division, Joy Manufacturing Co., Houston; George Raftis, president, Red Valve Co., Inc., Carnegie, Pa.; and Kenneth

  • 1953 County St. East Taunton, Mass. 02718 Tel: 508-822-7330 Email: jwfishers@aol.com Website: www.jwfishers.com CEO/President:   Jack Fisher Engineering Director:  Deane Cahoon # of Employees:    20 For more than 40 years JW Fishers Mfg has specialized in the design and manufacture of high-tech

  • James Fisher Marine Services’s (JFMS) multipurpose wind farm support vessel, Dart Fisher, has been formally named by the vessel’s Godmother Maria McCaffery MBE, CEO of RenewableUK at a dedication service held at Griffon Hoverwork, Southampton. The service marks the completion of significant investment

  • 1953 County Street    East Taunton, MA    02718    T: 508-822-7330    E: info@jwfishers.com    W: http://jwfishers.com    CEO/President: Karen Fisher    No. of Employees: 20    In 1971 JW Fishers began manufacturing underwater metal detectors for recreational scuba divers. Demand for its

  • James Fisher and Sons formed a new venture with Aberdeen based company KDM Marine – James Fisher Mass Flow Excavation – to jointly offer its subsea excavation capability and resources to the offshore industry in a single entity. JFMFE combines the specialist subsea excavation, de-burial and trenching

  • For more than 45 years JW Fishers Mfg has specialized in the design and manufacture of high-tech, reasonably priced underwater search equipment. Its side scan sonars, underwater metal detectors, ROVs, and magnetometers are in use by commercial diving companies, public safety dive teams, government agencies

  • The New England Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers met in Newton, Mass., on December 5, 1979. The speaker was Dr. Kenneth W. Fisher, who presented a paper on "Liability Avoidance in Ship Design and Construction." Dr. Fisher is the author of several papers on shipbuilding

  • Richard E. Fisher has been appointed vice president, marine services, for SeaTec International Ltd. by president William T. Jebb Jr. Mr. Fisher's primary responsibilities will be business development and client contact for SeaTec's Services Division out of the company's Houston facility. His prior

  • the process control manufacturer, Colin I.W. Baxter has been elected president and chief of operations, and Mr. Baxter and executive vice president Charles A. McKay, director of technology, have been elected to the board of directors. Both Messrs. Baxter and McKay will report to Mr. Pitt, who retains the

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    The ToT for the construction of the con- ventional submarines or S-BRs has been taking place since 2010 in the city of Cherbourg, France, where more than 250 engineers and technicians from the BN, NUCLEP (Nuclebrás Heavy Equipment) and Itaguaí Construções Navais (Navy shipyard) have already been

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    , the supply chain. the Calcasieu Ship Channel project at round of grant funding will go a long sponsored by the Port of New Orleans, Port of Lake Charles, Louisiana. In total, way towards ensuring that our nation’s will support the Ports of Baton Rouge Progress the four projects totaled about $3

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    Developing infrastructure – such as the Qingdao harbor seen here – has been an essential component of China’s economic revolution. Accurate current pro? ling has been vital in the successful implementation of major maritime projects, ensuring that structures are built to the correct speci? cations.

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    (lak- at sea. Recipients included second-class State University and a Juris Doctor ers) moved 8.6 million tons of cargo midshipman Michael Bell, Charles B. from Harvard Law School. in November, a virtual repeat of a year Hughes, a midshipman is studying ma- ago. The November ? oat was also Equinor

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    Left: Sistac Diver ready for action. The main objective of the Ef? ciency Project is to seek to tomers and through continuous search for ef? ciency. We will optimize the use of company resources through: conscious work very hard on these themes to continue in our trajectory consumption of inputs;

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