Ken Wise

  • Ken Howe has been named manager of marine repair at Jeffboat, a subsidiary of American Commercial Marine Service Company in Jeffersonville, Ind.

    In his new position, Mr. Howe will be responsible for the management of marine repair as well as Jeffboat's machine shop. He began his career with Jeffboat in 1973 as a quality control inspector and later moved to the positions of foreman for special vessels and superintendent of marine repair.

    Mr. Howe replaces 28-year veteran Ken Wise, who recently retired.

    During the past 12 years, Mr.

    Wise worked as manager of marine repair. Due to his expertise developed over the years through the positions of steelfitter, assembly line foreman and towboat construction superintendent, Mr. Wise has become widely recognized throughout the marine industry.

    Jeffboat, a large inland shipbuilder, is a producer of high quality river barges, towboats and a wide variety of commercial marine vessels.

    For more information and free literature describing the inland shipbuilding and repair services offered by Jeffboat, Circle 62 on Reader Service Card

  • Fred J. Coritz has been appointed vice president and general manager of IMO Pump Division of Imo Delaval Inc., succeeding J.K. (Ken) Lippincott, who is retiring later this year after 42 years of service with the company. Mr. Coritz, who had been general manager of Delaval Condenser Division, has

  • is headed by A.R. (Bert) Bushell, general manager. Other members of the Commonwealth Engineering team who will be active in the Alco association are Ken Smollett, company secretary; Alan Lachlan, production manager; Ivan Silink, works manager; Harry Anthony, chief design engineer; Stan Dick, traction eng

  • At his core Ken Konrad is an innovator and engineer, looking at problems and seeing solutions. We spent a day at Konrad’s headquarters in Hudson, Wis., for insights on what makes the “Stern Drive Specialist.”   Walk around Konrad’s manufacturing and testing facility for even a short time and it is easy to

  • , Inc. Golden Meadow, La.; Charles Burrell, Leevac Marine Transportation, Morgan City, La.; Jody Powers, Otis Engineering Corp., New Orleans; and Ken Waldorf, Zapata Gulf Marine Corp., Houston. The two new board members are Brandt Dufrene, Oceanic Fleet, Inc. Boutte, La. and Mark Kury, McDonough

  • Marinette Marine Corporation of Marinette, Wise., has just added another 1,100 feet to its existing 1,100- foot dockwall along the Menominee River. Planning for the dockwall extension began in 1982 when Marinette applied for grant funding through the Wisconsin Harbor Assistance Program. Through

  • formed by William M. Conner, president and chief operating officer, who was formerly general manager of the Allis-Chalmers compressor operation; Kenneth B. Gardner, executive vice president and chief financial officer; and other private investors

  • continent and the United Kingdom. The agreement licenses the company also to manufacture and market Microphor marine equipment in West Germany. Ken J. Bassham, European area general manager for Microphor, Inc., and Horst Werner, sales manager for Thyssen, have been named managing directors

  • , N.Y., and Mr. Talhelm was a project engineer with Furlow Philbeck Associates in Houston before moving to AAI. In other personnel moves, AAI named Ken Carlson as materials manager. He will be responsible for purchasing, warehousing, inventory control, and materials systems. Ray Antes has joined AAI's

  • , based on model tests conducted by Daniel Savitsky and Pierre De Saix at Stevens Institute of Technology, have been fully confirmed in operation. Owner Ken Stein, president of Sayville Ferry Service, reports that the Clipper has met or exceeded all of his expectations in service on Great South Bay, and

  • 5032 Rouse Drive Virginia Beach, VA 23462 Telephone: 757 965 5963 E-mail: ashley.mclaughlin@esrgtech.com Website: www.esrgtech.com CEO/President: Ken Krooner Number of Employees: 22 The Company: Since 2000, ESRG has provided leading edge data analytics and remote monitoring technology to support

  • sheet, Marinite XL Fireproof Marine Joiner Panel (IND-3221), can be obtained by writing to Larry Hall, Industrial Products Division, Johns-Manville, Ken-Caryl Ranch, Denver, Colo. 80217

  • MT Oct-19#43 systems.  We’re not in the game of towing miles of towed)
    October 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 43

    systems. We’re not in the game of towing miles of towed arrays, which is what we used to do. So I think it’s entirely possible to build a fully functional, quiet-enough platform to do that work. Alliance is fully ice capable, and that would be what I want for any replacement--because, really, it’s

  • MR Oct-19#68 T
TECH FILES
e5 Lab aims to build  
Zero-Emission Tanker)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 68

    T TECH FILES e5 Lab aims to build Zero-Emission Tanker by 2021 Prompted by a bevy of new interna- form to provide a lineup of services that tenance and management, thereby en- chargeable batteries to provide tional rules aimed at slashing emissions takes advantage of electrically powered suring that

  • MR Oct-19#50 HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION
Ken FitzGerald is a Principal)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 50

    HISTORY DESIGN EVOLUTION Ken FitzGerald is a Principal at Glosten, a full-service marine consulting and design ? rm headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Ken has nearly 30 years of international marine experience, with broad engineering and design expertise, extensive ? eld survey work, and offshore

  • MR Oct-19#4  or claims 
or actions taken by advertisers. The 
publisher)
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    ., #867, Bayport, NY 11705. Keefe Goldberg Grasso Johansson Merkel The publisher assumes no respon- sibility for any misprints or claims or actions taken by advertisers. The publisher reserves the right to refuse any advertising. Contents of the publication either in whole or part may not be produced

  • MN Sep-19#10  number of COI’s in progress   
ken with the U.S. Coast Guard)
    September 2019 - Marine News page: 10

    a law and no • 687: TSMS Option COIs: 687 one complied?” Folan continued, within that edition, “I’ve spo- • 450: Approximate number of COI’s in progress ken with the U.S. Coast Guard in multiple districts and they at the end of July are wondering what the owners are going to do. I have spoken • 227:

  • MN Mar-19#54  of Business Develop- tional. Ken has worked in the Marine)
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    , mostly recently serving as Director of Sales for Marinsa Interna- Project Manager. Nani brings with Vice President of Business Develop- tional. Ken has worked in the Marine him eleven years of experience in the ment and Global Affairs. She holds Industry extensively over the past 20 marine industry

  • MN Mar-19#43  system to continuously improve. Ken 
your risks and minimize)
    March 2019 - Marine News page: 43

    SAFETY that’s Sub M with a TSMS. Look at system to continuously improve. Ken your risks and minimize them. You do Hebert is living proof that not only it everyday in the offce, in the wheel- can the small company comply with house or on deck. Now do it with the Sub M but that the three-boat com- bigger

  • MP Q3-19#12 CYBER SECURITY
Are You Cyber Safe?
“Parasitic malware)
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    CYBER SECURITY Are You Cyber Safe? “Parasitic malware feasts on critical infrastructure” “Digital vigilantes weaponize vulnerability disclosure” “Rushed digital transformation destroys trust” t’s easy to become desensitized to cyber threats in the face detect and protect against cyber dangers (see Figure 1).

  • MR Aug-19#50  to precise- system and taken at least a year to install)
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    a conventional rail construction of the iconic Boeing 707 in For example, Z-drives, installed verti- turned to AeroGo technology to precise- system and taken at least a year to install. the early 1960s. Today, used in a host of cally into a ship’s hull, can be challeng- ly lift a quarter-inch thick, 200-plus

  • MR Aug-19#39 struction is set to begin in early 2021. Final delivery)
    August 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 39

    struction is set to begin in early 2021. Final delivery is project from inception to ? nish? VT Halter Marine is teamed with Technology As- planned for mid-2024. sociates, Inc. as the ship designer and, for over two Recent Activity at VT Halter years, we have participated in the U.S. Coast Guard’s How

  • MN Aug-19#66  in mobile connec-
and wife team Ken and Kathy Konrad in 1991)
    August 2019 - Marine News page: 66

    Company: The Company: The company is a privately held entity, founded by husband KVH Industries, Inc. is a global leader in mobile connec- and wife team Ken and Kathy Konrad in 1991. They have tivity and inertial navigation systems, innovating to enable self-funded all research and development, engineering

  • MR Jul-19#19 D
DESIGN: BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD
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    July 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 19

    D DESIGN: BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD Figure 2: Sketch of WISES, the 100+ Knot Vessel Soviets made a signifcant investment in this concept, but it stalled during Glas- nost. Interestingly, new technologies such as composites, digital fight control, and much better engines, could move this concept ahead

  • MR Jul-19#18 D
DESIGN: BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD
Rik van Hemmen
Rik van)
    July 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    D DESIGN: BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD Rik van Hemmen Rik van Hemmen is the President of Martin & Ottaway, a marine consulting frm that specializes in the resolution of technical, opera- tional and fnancial issues in maritime. By training he is an Aerospace and Ocean engineer and has spent the majority of his

  • MR Jul-19#13 I
INSIGHTS: GHG EMISSIONS
can quickly change the paradigm)
    July 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 13

    I INSIGHTS: GHG EMISSIONS can quickly change the paradigm and improved vessel utilization, less addi- have vessels speed up to meet supply tional capacity would be required. Like- chain demands. wise, digital technology and improved It is results such as these which likely connectivity will support next

  • MN Jun-19#18  quicker.
What steps have you taken to make sure that your)
    June 2019 - Marine News page: 18

    it will do so much quicker because the expect delivery in Q2 2020. higher torque will get the vessel over the hump much quicker. What steps have you taken to make sure that your MarineNews readers can also learn more by viewing a recent Cox customers receive an effective after-sales service? MR TV interview

  • MR Apr-19#17  energy consultants Wood 
Mackenzie had turned positive)
    April 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 17

    .S. ? ag OSVs were cold-stacked. A GOM turnaround is not without its challenges. At the end of 2018, ana- lysts at leading energy consultants Wood Mackenzie had turned positive, provided that the oil majors moved forward with some mega-projects. Though production costs in the GOM have come down, eco- nomic

  • MT Jan-19#13 was already famous, and tension tubes made by our machinist)
    January 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 13

    was already famous, and tension tubes made by our machinist onto the cat-eye opening SEALAB II had been a major of the wet cells. We’d use a huge soldering iron to attached success right off the coast of leads to the lead posts, then ? ll the box with molten tar. The FLIP Scripps in 1965. secretaries

  • MP Q1-19#37 LNG CRUISE LOGISTICS
us in the industry recognized that)
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    LNG CRUISE LOGISTICS us in the industry recognized that 2020 was going to be more Considering Cost In any debate on the pros and cons of LNG power for the likely. At Carnival, we took the decision to prepare for that. maritime sector, another key variable, beyond bunkering avail- “The cost components [in

  • MR Feb-19#12  sealift  of imagination.
forsaken land plots piled high with)
    February 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    lack I downturn. Much like industrial landflls, With narrowly focused industrial mis- functions in support of military sealift of imagination. forsaken land plots piled high with the sions and limited fexibility in design and national defense operations. The The National Science Foundation re- unusable

  • MR Jan-19#51  Project So- designers including Ken Freivokh De- suite, two)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 51

    dream team of Her accommodations include a master tually in proportion to the length of the co is truly unique. Known as Project So- designers including Ken Freivokh De- suite, two VIP suites, two double guest vessel overall. About 50 bolts around the lar during her build which was shrouded sign, Nuvolari

  • MN Dec-18#8  spo- be reached at rjpainejr@
ken and written on many  gmail)
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    NYC Insurance division since Ferry & Statue Cruises 1984. Over the past 29 operations. Richard can years, Mr. O’Neill has spo- be reached at rjpainejr@ ken and written on many gmail.com. occasions on the impor- Ewing Paine tance of USCG license Barry Parker, bdp1 protection. He is a regular Consulting

  • MN Oct-18#58 PRODUCTS
Harken Industrial’s 
C-Hero Man Overboard 
Rescue)
    October 2018 - Marine News page: 58

    PRODUCTS Harken Industrial’s C-Hero Man Overboard Rescue System Harken Industrial’s C-Hero Man Overboard Rescue System includes the C-Hero Vertical Rescue Davit, a lightweight portable man over- board system, which consists of a small crane and a self-tailing Har- ken winch, that quickly attaches

  • MT Sep-18#25 BY GREG TRAUTHWEIN
How did you come to a career at)
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    BY GREG TRAUTHWEIN How did you come to a career at provide a history on your signature MATE? competition and its growth? As a research associate at the Dau- In the early days of MATE we con- phin Island Sea Lab (DISL), I thought ducted a number of workforce studies that the only next step for me career-

  • MT Jul-18#14 MTR 10 0
ABOVE: Industry icon and
long-time MATE competition)
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    MTR 10 0 ABOVE: Industry icon and long-time MATE competition judge Marty Klein speaks to the all-female ROV team from Saudi Arabia during the 2017 international event. LEFT: Students of different ages, genders, and ethnicities compete in MATE. Images: MATE II Jill Zande, President/Executive Director