Hazel Grove

  • TeleSystems of Fairfax, Va., a Comsat Company, recently concluded an agreement with Grove Telecommunications Ltd., whereby that Canadian company will become a major distributor for TeleSystems, MCS-9000 maritime satellite communications terminal.

    Grove, located in St. Johns, Newfoundland, will address the Canadian offshore oil industry as its principal market.

    A.W. Perigard, president of TeleSystems, commenting on the agreement, said: "Grove is the only company operating in Canada dedicated exclusively to servicing the area of marine satellite communications, putting them in a prime position to successfully distribute the MCS-9000 in an active market. This agreement is a milestone of our long and mutually beneficial relationship." The MCS-9000, designed and manufactured by TeleSystems, is a shipboard satellite terminal designed to provide the maritime community with a full range of communications capabilities. The TeleSystems' terminal minimizes operator actions in call establishment and maximizes system availability through reduced complexity.

    Featuring extremely compact below-decks equipment, advanced terminal software, and a passively stabilized antenna system, the MCS-9000 meets or exceeds all MARISAT and INMARSAT specifications.

    For more information, Write 81 on Reader Service Card

  • It was supposed to be the world's largest artificial coral reef for scuba diving, located off the coast of Key Largo. More than eight years ago, a group of divers from the area devised a plan to sink a 510 f t . < 155.4-m) retired Dock Landing Ship (LSD) to the bottom of 130 f t (39.6 m). of water.

  • The compact Type 88 package seal, designed for ease in assembly and maintenance without modification of existing equipment, is now available from Crane Packing Company, Morton Grove, 111. Seal drive is accomplished through set screw or friction drive for positioning seal on shaft or sleeve. The use

  • , who will serve three-year terms, are: Al- CHECK CYLINDER LOAD bert L. Bossier Jr., president and chief operating officer, Avondale Shipyards, Inc.; Hazel Brown, p r e s i d e n t , H a r r y Lundeberg School of Seamanship; Donald P. Courtsal, vice president, Dravo C o r p o r a t i o n ; Allen E

  • , Arlington, Va. During the morning, four panel members representing the Navy and industry will discuss "Quality Issues." Panel moderator will be Mrs. Hazel Bradford of Business Week magazine. Mrs. Bradford was a major contributor to the December 16, 1985, Business Week cover story, "The Counterfeit

  • A new bulletin from John Crane-Houdaille, Inc., Morton Grove, 111., explains the benefits of upgrading sealing with compact Type 88 and Type 88S package seals. The publication provides sizing information and diagrams illustrating both Type 88 double or tandem package seals (for more hazardous and

  • A new free, color brochure from Tom Graboski Associates, Inc. Design, fully details the company's architectural signage and graphics work. The Coconut Grove, Floridabased firm specializes in architectural signage and graphics, and has worked extensively with cruise lines, both on newbuilding and

  • Imi-Tech Corporation, Elk Grove, 111., recently announced the availability of its new marine products brochure describing its line of lightweight, fire-resistant insulating products for marine applications. The brochure, Catalog No. 584, also describes the unique core material, Solimide® polyimide

  • Magnetrol International, Inc. of Downers Grove, 111., a leading manufacturer of a broad range of level and flow control products and technologies, has available a free color brochure on its Modulevel EZ Series electronic level transmitters. These advanced two-wire instruments utilize Magnetrol's

  • A new metal bellows shaft seal, specifically designed and engineered for use with ANSI pumps, is now available from Crane Packing of Morton Grove, 111. Designated the John Crane Type 215, it features a shorter, more compact design and all-Hastelloy™ C construction that provides maximum corrosion

  • Bill W. Rice has joined American Metal Bearing Co. (AMB) of Garden Grove, Calif, as director of its recently acquired Barge Train division. He is a program management, production, and sales specialist with more than three decades of experience. Barge Train's sole product is the Flexor, a flexible

  • The Port of Oakland, Calif., has prepared plans for the construction and installation of container cranes at the Charles P. Howard Container Terminal now under construction in the Oakland Inner Harbor near Jack London Square. The Oakland board of port commissioners recently approved a proposal to

  • MN Sep-19#32 SHIPBUILDING & REPAIR
Putting Palatka Back on the Map:)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 32

    SHIPBUILDING & REPAIR Putting Palatka Back on the Map: Diverse and conveniently located, St. Johns Ship Building has quickly developed into a reliable partner for its many repeat customers. Today, and as a direct result, a lot more people know exactly where Palatka, Florida is located. By Rick Eyerdam n

  • MR Jul-19#30 The Ritz Carlton Yacht 
Collection ships 
are predictably)
    July 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 30

    The Ritz Carlton Yacht Collection ships are predictably high speci- ? cation. Picutred right is the signature sun deck. Below, starting left: The Loft; The Owner’s Suite dayroom; The Deck Plans. All Photos: The Ritz Carlton Yacht Collection & Tillberg Design of Sweden perior. The Great Lakes hold a

  • MP Q1-19#42 CRUISE MARKET WATCH
Our record of performance, and 
Carnival)
    Jan/Feb 2019 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 42

    CRUISE MARKET WATCH Our record of performance, and Carnival’s renewed commitment to our port with the new long-term operating agreement, are the foundation of sound planning and pillars of fnancial success. – Capt. John Murray, CEO, Port Canaveral The frst LNG powered cruise ship, AIDAnova from Carni-

  • MN Jul-17#39 PROPULSION
dividual injector units. This injection 
“Many)
    July 2017 - Marine News page: 39

    PROPULSION dividual injector units. This injection “Many of our customers operate in remote areas of method also allows for better control Alaska for extended periods of time, or tow back and of injection timing over the entire op- erating range. Exhaust Gas Recircula- forth to Hawaii. Logistically

  • MN Jun-17#44 SHORTSEA SHIPPING
Over 3500 acres are available at Myrtle)
    June 2017 - Marine News page: 44

    SHORTSEA SHIPPING Over 3500 acres are available at Myrtle Grove for a variety of port related projects. it comes to fruition – a marriage of tired, old infrastruc- because NOLA is essentially “at capacity,” he and his team ture and new vessel technology. Instead, success will come “excluded cargoes

  • MR Feb-16#47 Thordon Takes the Test in Alaskan Waters
s environmental)
    February 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    Thordon Takes the Test in Alaskan Waters s environmental regulation reinstalled the original bearing after the regarding emissions into the hot work, but we had a spare set. When Awater continue to tighten, solu- we took it out, the RiverTough bearing tions such as water-lubricated bearings and sleeves

  • MN Nov-16#94 DECK MACHINERY
“We are targeting applications like lifeboat)
    November 2016 - Marine News page: 94

    DECK MACHINERY “We are targeting applications like lifeboat davits and rolling fairleads. Look at steering linkage bushings. Particularly in the inland River system, you’ll have grease bronze jockey bars for tiller arm steering and the alignment isn’t always good. You’ll get abrasives in the area. It is

  • MN Nov-16#93 DECK MACHINERY
Peace of Mind 
on Deck
Workboat Operators)
    November 2016 - Marine News page: 93

    DECK MACHINERY Peace of Mind on Deck Workboat Operators Mitigate Risk by Eliminating Traditional Lubricants By Joseph Keefe Nabrico s a changing regulatory landscape impacts the North markets – saw the perfect application for its products on American workboat industry, especially in the inland deck.

  • MN Oct-16#41  RESPONSE TECHNOLOGY
(Bill) Hazel III, Director of Marine)
    October 2016 - Marine News page: 41

    ARCTIC RESPONSE TECHNOLOGY (Bill) Hazel III, Director of Marine Services at Michigan- Encouraging Innovation based Marine Pollution Control (MPC), told MarineNews Fueled by the kind of success achieved at RDC, both last month that “Ice Management System designed by industry and the federal government

  • MR Jan-16#12 GOVERNMENT UPDATE
Limitless Salvage
Whether driven by)
    January 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    GOVERNMENT UPDATE Limitless Salvage Whether driven by treasure hunting or environmental protection, the days of forgotten wrecks, even at great depths, is past. BY DENNIS BRYANT t seems like every month we see re- the wreck of the HMS Royal George. Wreck removal consists of the re- de? ned as the

  • MR Jul-15#47 Meet the CEO
Patrick Lindley, CEO, Grupo Lindley
Patrick)
    July 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    Meet the CEO Patrick Lindley, CEO, Grupo Lindley Patrick Lindley is Managing Director of Almarin and CEO of Grupo Lind- ley. Grupo Lindley is a group of com- panies that manufactures and distrib- utes port and industrial equipment. Almarin: 85 Years Strong The group has its head of? ce in Cas- cais

  • MN Jun-15#56 PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS
Sehrt Grove Davis Leverette Fireman)
    June 2015 - Marine News page: 56

    PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Sehrt Grove Davis Leverette Fireman Buchwald President and CEO. Grove most re- AWO Elects Chairman SCA Honors Reps. Courtney, Wittman with Leadership Award The members of the American Wa- cently served as SVP and CTO for terways Operators elected a new slate of ABS Group’s parent

  • MR May-77#14 SNAME Spring Meeting— 
(continued from page 15) 
SYNOPSIS)
    May 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 14

    SNAME Spring Meeting— (continued from page 15) SYNOPSIS — The paper offers a thorough discussion of the per- formance characteristics of con- ventional and advanced steels available for maritime structures. The authors outline their per- spectives as to the current state of materials technology

  • MR May-15-77#50 BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) 
Colt Industries, Water 0)
    May 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 50

    BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) Colt Industries, Water 0 Waste Management Operation, Beloit, Wise. 5351 1 Demco, Inc., P.O. Box 94700, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 Engelhard Industries, Chloropac Systems, 2655 U.S. Rt. 22, Union, N.J. 07083 Eureka Chemical Co., P.O. Box 2205, So. San Francisco, CA

  • MR Aug-77#44 BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) 
PLATENS 
Welding Wholesale)
    August 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 44

    BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) PLATENS Welding Wholesale Co., Div. J.A. Cunningham Eqpt., Inc., 2151 Dreer St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19125 POLLUTION CONTROL Argo Marine, Pollution Systems Division, 140 Franklin St., New York, N.Y. 10013 Baylor Company, P.O. Box 36326, Houston, Texas 77036 Colt

  • MR Sep-77#62 BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) 
PLATENS 
Welding Wholesale)
    September 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 62

    BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) PLATENS Welding Wholesale Co., Div. J.A. Cunningham Eqpt., Inc., 2151 Dreer St., Philadelphia, Pa. 19125 POLLUTION CONTROL Argo Marine, Pollution Systems Division, 140 Franklin St., New York, N.Y. 10013 Baylor Company, P.O. Box 36326, Houston, Texas 77036 Colt

  • MR Oct-15-77#60 BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) 
PACKING & JOINTING MATERIALS)
    October 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 60

    BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) PACKING & JOINTING MATERIALS Drew Chemical Corp., 701 Jefferson Rd., Parsippany, N.J. 07054 PAINT—Coatings, Protective Clearkin Chemical Corporation, Schiller 8. Allen Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 19134 Eureka Chemical Co., P.O. Box 2205, So. San Francisco, CA 94080

  • MN Aug-14#72 MN
 00
900 Bayou Casotte Parkway
Pascagoula, Mississippi)
    August 2014 - Marine News page: 72

    MN 00 900 Bayou Casotte Parkway Pascagoula, Mississippi 39581 Telephone: 228 696 6888 E-mail: sales@vthm.com Website: www.vthaltermarine.com CEO: William (Bill) E. Skinner COO: Paul J. Albert The Company: VT Halter Marine is based in Pas- cagoula, home to the company’s cor- porate headquarters

  • MN Aug-14#66 MN
 00
The Company:
Ingram Barge Company (IBCO) has)
    August 2014 - Marine News page: 66

    MN 00 The Company: Ingram Barge Company (IBCO) has been a quality ma- rine transporter on America’s inland waterways since 1946, and has grown to become a leading carrier on America’s inland waterways. IBCO has superior customer service, state-of-the-art information systems, and training and

  • MR Jan-78#3rd Cover BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) 
PAINT—Coatings, Protective)
    January 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 3rd Cover

    BUYERS DIRECTORY (continued) PAINT—Coatings, Protective Carboline Co., Marine Div., 350 Hanley Industrial Court, St. Louis, Mo. 63144 Clearkin Chemical Corporation, Schiller & Allen Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 19134 Eureka Chemical Co., P.O. Box 2205, So. San Francisco, CA 94080 Farboil Company

  • MR Dec-78#4th Cover GE Credit Buys 
188,500-DWT Tanker 
For $84.9 Million)
    December 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 4th Cover

    GE Credit Buys 188,500-DWT Tanker For $84.9 Million The General Electric Credit Corporation (GECC), Stamford, Conn., announced it has acquired through a leveraged lease trans- action its 12th tanker, the 188,- 500-dwt B.T. San Diego, from National Steel and Shipbuilding Company, San Diego

  • MR Dec-78#14 Agri-Trans Elects 
Paul J. Staadeker 
VP Transportation)
    December 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 14

    Agri-Trans Elects Paul J. Staadeker VP Transportation Paul J. Staadeker has been elected vice president, Transpor- tation Services for Agri-Trans Corporation in Long Grove, 111., reporting to R.A. Wilson, execu- tive vice president and general manager. Mr. Staadeker will have re- sponsibili

  • MR Dec-78#12 Agri-Trans Elects 
Paul J. Staadeker 
VP Transportation)
    December 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    Agri-Trans Elects Paul J. Staadeker VP Transportation Paul J. Staadeker has been elected vice president, Transpor- tation Services for Agri-Trans Corporation in Long Grove, 111., reporting to R.A. Wilson, execu- tive vice president and general manager. Mr. Staadeker will have re- sponsibili

  • MR Dec-15-78#36 MEETING EXECUTIVES, left to right: Robert G. Mende,)
    December 15, 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    MEETING EXECUTIVES, left to right: Robert G. Mende, secretary and executive direc- tor of the Society; William F. Gordon, chairman, San Diego Section; Charles E. Heil, secretary-treasurer, Los Angeles Metropolitan Section, host section; David C. Pritchard, chairman, Northern California Section, and