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  • Robert E. Kenny has been elected president of Hillman Barge and Construction Company, Pittsburgh, Pa., an operating subsidiary of Hillman Manufacturing Company.

    At the same time, Bernard T. Kelley was elected to the newly created position of chairman.

    Mr. Kenny joined the Hillman Manufacturing Company in April 1977 as president of Hillman Transportation Company. Mr. Kenny was previously director of market developing and planning with Dravo Corporation and was a senior analyst in the Commercial Research Division of United States Steel Corporation.

    Mr. Kenny is a native of Attleboro, Mass., and received his Bachelor of Arts degree with distinction from Brown University, and his master's degree in business from Harvard Graduate School of Business.

  • Robert E. Kenny has been named president and chief operating officer of Hillman Transportation Company, an operating division of Hillman Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15219. Hillman Transportation is engaged in inland marine transportation serving shippers of coal, other basic commodities

  • 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

  • , craftsmen, and support staff all will remain unchanged, as will the company's location in Brownsville, Pa., on the Monongahela River. Robert Kenny, p r e s i d e n t of HBC Barge, stated the reason for the name change is to gain better identity with the barge industry and barge users. "We

  • & Construction Company, a major inland shipyard, manufactures custom-designed barges, each modified and constructed to customer specifications. Robert Kenny, president of Hillman Barge, said: "Hillman is oriented toward custom barges, each individually designed and constructed to handle either specialty mat

  • Texas Instruments has an- nounced the new TI Marine Busi- ness System designed to give fleet managers a promising new home office tool for improving vessel oper- ating efficiency. Designed to utilize information logged by a TI 8000 Integrated Marine System installed on individual vessels, the

  • An aid in determining possible fuel cost savings derived from burner upgrading is now available from Howe-Baker Engineers, Inc. The data sheet, consisting of four different graphs depicting natural gas, propane, No. 2 (diesel) oil, and No. 6 oil, is a valuable guide for virtually every operating

  • A new four-color brochure, describing the substantial fuel-saving potential that cuts fuel costs when retrofitting the modern, highly efficient patented Econoflex Burner System into existing boilers, is now available from Howe- Baker Engineers, Inc., Tyler, Texas. Power, marine and mechanical

  • . They join the following Steering Committee members — terms expiring in 1984: George Fergert, Gretna Machine & Iron Works, Inc., Harvey, La.; Robert Kenny, HBC Barge, Inc., Brownsville, Pa.; and Daniel J. Larsen, Duwamish Shipyard, Inc., Seattle, Wash. Term expiring in 1985 — Neal S. Platzer, Platzer

  • P. Morelli, Associate General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs, Midland Enterprises; Economic and Commercial Committee—Robert E. Kenny, president, HBC Barge, Inc.; Industrial Relations Committee— Leo Toupin, vice president, Industrial Relations, Jeffboat Incorporated, Membership

  • Corporation Aerospace and Marine Group for distribution of Puroflow powerline filters in marine markets. According to vice president of marketing C.R. Kenny, the Sperry Marine Systems Division will market the Puroflow products in the United States and overseas through the company's extensive network

  • Early last year, "experts" were warning of a prolonged slump in the box trades, fueled by reckless over-ordering by irresponsible carriers and shipbuilders offering special deals on price. Howe Robinson's Container Index had sunk to a low point of 451 in January and leading liner company executives we

  • MT Jul-19#24 , Canada
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    July 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 24

    Systems and EchoSweep deployments all over the world. LinkQuest’s line of Track- systems. Kraken Robotic Systems Mount Pearl, Canada President/CEO: Karl Kenny No. of Employees: 50 • www.krakenrobotics.com Kraken designs and develops high performance, software- that supports Robotics as a Service (RaaS).

  • MT Sep-18#58 . 2013. Subsequently running JP Kenny’s  Group level before)
    September 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 58

    maintains exceptional cus- Wood Group – a position he held until then held various ? nance positions at tomer satisfaction. 2013. Subsequently running JP Kenny’s Group level before becoming, in 2011, Yopak comes to Greensea with ex- operations in Aberdeen, he most re- Corporate Financial Control Director

  • MP Q2-18#64 Advertiser Index
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    May/Jun 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 64

    Advertiser Index Page Company Website Phone# 63 AAP A 2018 Valaparaiso www.aapavalparaiso2018.com Visit our website C2 Arconas www.arconas.com Please visit us online 55 Br eakbulk Americas www.breakbulk.com/bbam2018 Please visit us online 9 Canaveral Port Authority www.portcanaveral.

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    May/Jun 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 47

    volumes, but it may also refect the fact fllip to second-hand prices, and as taken place was driven by fundamentals, that intra-Asian liner companies have Chart 2 shows, values have been on a and the increase in activity in the sale been more effective in passing the in- strong upwards trajectory

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    Mar/Apr 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 49

    STATISTICS p B teRfORMINg ulk eRMINals and always safe to the ship and/or crew. crease in participating parties, to date there is insuffcient data to • Three stars: Average – A typical standard of terminal draw solid statistical conclusions and make substantiated state- with the ship experiencing

  • MT Nov-17#11  CEO Karl Kenny
Rowe Technologies state-of-the-)
    November 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 11

    Newfoundland and Labrador’s offshore oil and gas sector. www.marinetechnologynews.com/ news/kraken-advance-offshore- digitalization-554400 Kraken CEO Karl Kenny Rowe Technologies state-of-the- art SeaWATCH Acoustic Doppler Current Pro?ler (ADCP) is applicable to an array of oceanographic current measuring

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    July 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 32

    Survey Sector” ping data captured by underwater drones can be stored Kraken Sonar on a cloud-based system and retrieved as needed by hu- mans,” said Kenny. “This type of service can provide even Karl Kenny is a ubiquitous presence in the subsea space, more value if a company is operating a

  • MR Jul-17#57 .  Claudio Descalzi and  Garry Kenny Dr. Dakuku
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    July 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 57

    Fincantieri Bouchard NIMASA BMT SCA L to R: SCA President Matthew Paxton with Rep. Claudio Descalzi and Garry Kenny Dr. Dakuku Giuseppe Bono Hunter and Richard McCreary Thrustmaster of Texas announced that Noble Corporation plc has selected tems, highly stable and has extensive in the world to deploy

  • MR Jul-17#56   he will be succeeded by Sarah Kenny,  responsible for the)
    July 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 56

    retires in September, pany as President and Regional Director Newport News Shipbuilding Caryn Nightengale, former Director he will be succeeded by Sarah Kenny, responsible for the Americas. Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) an- of Corporate Development for Boeing who joins BMT on August 1. nounced several

  • MT Jun-17#11  Pro?ler (ADCP) is applicable 
Kenny, CEO. “As we execute our)
    June 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 11

    Power represents key additional art SeaWATCH Acoustic Doppler component capabilities,” said Karl Current Pro?ler (ADCP) is applicable Kenny, CEO. “As we execute our to an array of oceanographic current ‘Sensors to Systems’ strategy, Kraken measuring deployments. Operating at now has

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    January 2017 - Marine News page: 56

    for the imple- ma in Yacht Design from the Westlawn mentation of all yacht and commercial Institute of Marine Technology and an ? eet accounts. Kenny Campbell joined Executive Education certi? cate from WheelHouse Technologies this month the UBC’s Sauder School of Business. as national sales

  • MR Oct-16#47 , a state-of-the-art vessel  Kenny Downs, president and CEO)
    October 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    reduce environmental impact,” said tions for the crew, all ? shing gear is a private lavatory in each. Workers Blue North, a state-of-the-art vessel Kenny Downs, president and CEO at inside and hauled through an interior sharing staterooms are scheduled for designed to transform the ? shing in- Blue

  • MT Jul-16#25 .com
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    July 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 25

    , NL Newfoundland And Labrador, Canada A1C 1E2 Phone: 709-757-5757 Email: info@krakensonar.com Website: http://www.krakensonar.com CEO/President: Karl Kenny Kraken Vice President: David Shea Number of Employees: 25 Kraken Sonar Systems Inc. is a world leader in ad- SAS sea? oor data in real-time. SAS uses

  • MN Apr-16#49 COATINGS
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    April 2016 - Marine News page: 49

    COATINGS BEFORE AFTER Full containment of the dry dock, if required in a given SPG (Sprayable Grout) Top Coat, for example, is one coating region for sand blasting, is very expensive and thus sand system recommended for pontoon deck preservation. John blasting should be avoided. Vitzthum, Dockmaster for

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    November 2015 - Marine News page: 52

    to recognize that ? sh are sentient “It has a huge impact on safety,” says President and beings and they deserve ethical treatment at harvest,” he CEO Kenny Down. “The best cod ? shing is in the worst explains. “We’re stunning the ? sh prior to hook removal so weather time of the year in the middle of

  • MR Aug-15#86  
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    August 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 86

    as Alaska VP maritime industry. During her tenure, spend this summer working with Her- cational opportunities for four students Matson, Inc. promoted Kenny Gill to McCue has managed ship logistics while reshoff Designs, Inc., focused on mul- of Massachusetts Maritime Academy the position of Vice President

  • MT Jul-15#56 .com 
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    July 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 56

    T: 7097435220 E: gleyte@krakensonar.com E: gleyte@krakensonar.com W: http://www.krakensonar.com W: http://www.krakensonar.com CEO/President: Karl Kenny CEO/President: Karl Kenny No. of Employees: 20 No. of Employees: 20 Kraken Sonar Inc. is a marine technology company South, Newfoundland. engaged

  • MT May-15#23 The WindSentinel Floating LiDAR solution developed by AXYS)
    May 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 23

    The WindSentinel Floating LiDAR solution developed by AXYS Technologies is a wind resource assessment buoy capable of accurately gathering data on wind speed and wind direction offshore at turbine hub-height and across the blade span. The data enables developers to understand how strong the winds are at

  • MT May-15#4 May 2015
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    May 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 4

    May 2015 Contents Volume 58 • Number 4 MOST 14 New Tech Offshore Wind Coastal Survey 14 Meet AutoNaut 22 Cutting Costs 44 d’ROP There’s a new wave-powered WindSentinel Floating LIDAR Bibby HydroMap unveiled vessel in town, and it’s called is designed to help cut what it dubs a revolution in

  • MT Apr-15#38  Seabed Surveys
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    April 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 38

    Survey 3D Image 3D Image Fusion 3D Image FusionFusion for Ultra High Resolution Seabed Surveys By Karl Kenny, President and CEO, Kraken Sonar Inc. ea? oor mapping is one of the oldest professions known concerted efforts have been made to compile sonar bathymet- to humankind. Mariners have been measuring

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    April 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 4

    of hydraulic systems For ultra high resolution complete ? rst commercial for subsea applications. seabed surveys. project with SROV. By Karl Kenny 14 18 38 The AuthorsThe Authors Tom Peters Kira Coley Karl Kenny Tom Peters is a freelance writer Kira Coley graduated with a BSc. Karl Kenny

  • MR May-77#18  Lines, Ltd.; J. Donald 
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    May 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    ; Carl Swenson, ex- ecutive vice president, Farrell Lines Incorporated; John T. Di Palermo, treasurer, American President Lines, Ltd.; J. Donald Kenny, vice president, secretary, general counsel, American Presi- dent Lines, Ltd.; John I. Alioto, president, Pacific Far East Line, Inc.; Sal P

  • MT Jul-14#34 .com CEO/President: Karl Kenny CEO/President: Karl Kenny)
    July 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 34

    7330 T: +1 508 822 7330 E: gleyte@krakensonar.com E: gleyte@krakensonar.com W: http://www.krakensonar.com W: http://www.krakensonar.com CEO/President: Karl Kenny CEO/President: Karl Kenny No. Of Employees: 9 No. Of Employees: 9 11 Klein Drive, Salem, NH 03079 11 Klein Drive, Salem, NH 03079 T: +1-603-893-6131

  • MR Jan-80#13  specifi-
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    January 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 13

    Company, a major inland ship- yard, manufactures custom-de- signed barges, each modified and constructed to customer specifi- cations. Robert Kenny, president of Hillman Barge, said: "Hillman is oriented toward custom barges, each individually designed and constructed to handle either spe- cial