Pat Addison

  • —Literature Available The C-400 diesel compression test set with a new protective rubber gauge collar for longer service life is now available from Kiene Diesel Accessories, Inc. of Addison, 111.

    The rugged, heavy-duty tool features a 0-1000 psi gauge with a vent valve that releases pressure so successive compression readings can be conveniently taken. Flexible steel braid, fabric covered connector hose attaches easily, regardless of injector opening location. Nozzle injector adapters for over 500 automotivetype diesels used in agriculture, transportation, construction and industrial applications are available, as well as an optional kit for leak down or cylinder air testing. The CCircle 400 compression test set meets current military specifications and comes with a metal carrying case that holds as many as eight adapters.

    Mechanics, maintenance engineers, shop foremen and fleet owners who want an easy, economical and reliable way to test diesel compression can send for a specification brochure. For a free copy, Circle 32 on Reader Service Card

  • Kiene Diesel Accessories, Inc. of Addison, 111., has introduced a new diesel fuel injector puller that prevents accidental sleeve removal and coolant leakage. The compact, new S-1100 injector puller is especially effective for tight, in-chassis situations and is designed specifically for the Navistar

  • Coastal Iron Works, Inc. of Corpus Christi, Texas, recently announced the christening of its new steel floating drydock. The drydock is named Mr. Pat after one of the founders of the company, E.J. Patterson. The drydock is now in service. Mr. Pat is the largest drydock operating on the Gulf Coast

  • Cargo Carriers, Inc., a water transportation subsidiary of Cargill Incorporated of Minneapolis, recently announced plans to spend about $2.5 million to increase bargebuilding capabilities 50 percent at its plant in Pine Bluff, Ark. When the project is completed in late fall 1980, the barge-manufacturin

  • officer of Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News, Va., recently announced a significant restructuring of the shipyard's top management. William R. (Pat) Phillips Jr., a 39-year employee of the shipyard and executive vice president, will take on added responsibilities. He will be responsible for

  • his retirement from the shipyard, effective Aug. 31. He joined the yard in 1986 after 31 years in the Navy. In accepting Mr. Garrow's retirement, Pat Phillips, president and CEO of NNS, said, "He has done a great job for the shipyard and we will miss him." Mr. Garrow graduated the U.S. Naval Academy

  • Thomas L. Patterson has been promoted from vice president to president and general manager of Coastal Iron Works, Inc. of Corpus Christi, Texas. Youngest son of one of the company's founders and long-time presidents, Mr. Patterson joined Coastal in 1965, and was named secretary-treasurer in 1969

  • SeaBotix’ client, Pat Murphy, President of Lake Erie Diving, reported a new personal distance record for internal pipe inspection with his SeaBotix LBV300XL.  “It was an internal inspection of a 48-in. (122 cm) intake pipe in Lake Michigan,” Murphy said. “The pipe was 6,140 ft. (1,872 m) in length and I did

  • Pat Folan is a partner in Daphne, Ala.-based Tug & Barge Solutions, a safety and compliance company that focuses on Subchapter M compliance for towing companies. The company also performs surveys of towing vessels and barges, manages safety management systems for towing companies and trains people on towing

  • Pat Folan, a partner at Tug & Barge Solutions, weighs in on all things tugboat – with a focus on Subchapter M. Pat Folan is a partner in Daphne, Ala.-based Tug & Barge Solutions, a company that focuses on Subchapter M compliance for towing companies. The company also performs surveys of towing vessels

  • to the communities of Metlakatla and Ketchikan and less cost to the State of Alaska." The detailed design for the Metlakatla ferry was performed by Pat Eberhardt, PE. of Coastwise Engineering, Juneau under contract to the State of Alaska. Modeled after a North Sea supply vessel, it is designed to

  • enhance selected portions of the ShipConstructor software package to fully meet the design requirements of the U.S. second-tier shipyard industry. Pat Cahill, Bender Shipbuilding & Repair Co. Inc., said. "ShipConstructor was independently selected for this program, based on its core functionality

  • MN Jul-19#34  of the OEM warranty period.” 
– Pat Roach, Interstate-McBee’s)
    July 2019 - Marine News page: 34

    PROPULSION “Our target market is engines that are out of the OEM warranty period.” – Pat Roach, Interstate-McBee’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing in 90+ countries. Hence, a key part of the Interstate-McBee OEM’s do it themselves. That said, Roach insists, price is promise involves distribution

  • MN Jul-19#33  week or even next month.” 
– Pat Roach, Interstate-McBee’s)
    July 2019 - Marine News page: 33

    ship service really puts us above most of our competition as today’s customer needs and expects their parts now, not next week or even next month.” – Pat Roach, Interstate-McBee’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing regular maintenance as injectors need to be replaced every 2-3 years to maintain EPA

  • MN Jul-19#31  as  more markets. According to Pat Roach, Interstate-McBee’s)
    July 2019 - Marine News page: 31

    else: Since then, they’ve expanded several times and into many these engines are well built, long lasting, and perhaps just as more markets. According to Pat Roach, Interstate-McBee’s importantly; virtually all of them are out of warranty. Vice President of Sales & Marketing, from the very begin- As much

  • MN Jun-19#25  designed a similar mounting pat-
tern as a Yamaha 200hp)
    June 2019 - Marine News page: 25

    PROPULSION that when you lift the soundproof cowl, everything is easily accessible. CIMCO also designed a similar mounting pat- tern as a Yamaha 200hp outboard; the prop uses the same spline and shaft. As Pim Polesie, the Chief Marketing Credit: OXE Of? cer for Cimco, explained, “The ap- proach was to

  • MR Apr-19#54  all movement and HGG’s pat-
www.hgg-group.com
is designed)
    April 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 54

    stiffeners to cut- ting cell includes a cutting trolley that and fumes. The UPC 450 Ship Pro? ler ting tubes. Photo: KVH controls all movement and HGG’s pat- www.hgg-group.com is designed to be versatile and can be age, enabling vessels to see New Navy Class Dubbed Navajo multiple HTS and wide beam satellites

  • MR Mar-19#9  year’s 
TBS Founder (Captain) Pat Folan was  can make it)
    March 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 9

    The TPO Side key indicators of whether an operator any number of domestic marine sectors. same time, the dialogue at this year’s TBS Founder (Captain) Pat Folan was can make it to the Promised Land. Separately, Folan this week expressed TBS Conference showed that anyone next up to brief attendees on

  • MR Mar-19#8  
At the TBS 2019 Conference, Pat Fo- Probably the most telling)
    March 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 8

    enough about me. just like the rest of us. other such endeavors will now have to shopping’ that eventually led the Coast At the TBS 2019 Conference, Pat Fo- Probably the most telling part of the account for who and how many are al- Guard to consolidate the 17 Regional lan and his TBS crew have organized

  • MR Jan-19#53  forms and clean-cut geometrical pat- Cruising Hull by Mulder)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 53

    . The lines of the Hi Speed precipice of the recession by Timothy his creation launched as an iconic, time- cal forms and clean-cut geometrical pat- Cruising Hull by Mulder Design deliver Saunders and his team, then partner of less megayacht. Illusion Plus is listed for terns enriched with Armani

  • MR Jan-19#34  Harvey C. Barnum (DDG 124) and Pat-
more than a dozen were)
    January 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 34

    (DDG 122), The success of the design, of which ratio compared to the old ratio of 4.04, hauls on Scania D12 generators.” Harvey C. Barnum (DDG 124) and Pat- more than a dozen were eventually built, so the original 3 blade prop was taken SMS Group offers national coverage rick Gallagher (DDG 127). The

  • MR Oct-18#40 ? tives. Mr. Ed Campbell and Mr. Pat Phil-
Development organization)
    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 40

    the process of ship- rub elbows with senior company execu- had the chance to lead our Research & building more ef? cient? tives. Mr. Ed Campbell and Mr. Pat Phil- Development organization for several From my experience, the 3D product lips were presidents of Newport News years, an exciting opportunity

  • MT Jul-18#24  BlueROV2 subsea vehicle. Its pat-
a garage, the T100 Thruster)
    July 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 24

    acoustic positioning systems, and nents for marine robotics. After almost a year of development in its ? agship product, the BlueROV2 subsea vehicle. Its pat- a garage, the T100 Thruster was launched in 2014 and was the ented thruster design is considered be the company’s most ? rst of the more than two

  • MN Aug-18#75  solutions, including pat-
ented Integrated Propulsion)
    August 2018 - Marine News page: 75

    THE COMPANY: Nautican is a marine propulsion company that engineers and manufactures hydrodynamic solutions, including pat- ented Integrated Propulsion Units, High Ef? ciency Nozzles and Propellers, high aspect ratio Triple Rudders, Pre-Swirl Stators, and also Hydralift Skegs for barges. The ? rm’s

  • MN Aug-18#55 Partner: 
Pat Folan
Tug & Barge Solutions
THE COMPANY:)
    August 2018 - Marine News page: 55

    Partner: Pat Folan Tug & Barge Solutions THE COMPANY: Coastal, Inland and Western Rivers. Tug & Barge Solutions is a safety He was a member of the USCG’s and compliance company that focus- Towing Safety Advisory Committee es on Subchapter M compliance for (TSAC) and a sub-committee chair towing

  • MN Jun-18#52 PATROL CRAFT EQUIPMENT
found in Raymarine’s ?  rst responder)
    June 2018 - Marine News page: 52

    PATROL CRAFT EQUIPMENT found in Raymarine’s ? rst responder interface kits that are Encrypted, Protected and Next Generation Technology Beyond the need for robust hulls and competent sailors sold over the counter and off the shelf with no price increase. to bring them out to sea, operators ? rst need

  • MP Q1-18#42  
lowing the time honored trade pat- confdence reached a four-year)
    Mar/Apr 2018 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 42

    , UK-based international ac- sector ensued in 2010 and 2011, but, fol- countant and shipping adviser reported that “Shipping lowing the time honored trade pat- confdence reached a four-year high in the three months to tern, the brighter outlook brought about an avalanche of new end-February 2018” based on

  • MN May-18#65  consideration local weather pat-
terns and traf? c conditions)
    May 2018 - Marine News page: 65

    terminals in Indonesia, Malaysia and Sin- gapore and carry 300 passengers plus crew. The students were expected to take into consideration local weather pat- terns and traf? c conditions in the Malacca and Singapore Strait. First Prize was awarded to a Singapore Collaborative team from the Nanyang Technological

  • MN Mar-18#14  COI or the vessels stretching 
Pat Folan
past 2019. And, it’s)
    March 2018 - Marine News page: 14

    2019 for multi-vessel companies. Many smaller companies have not thought about the TSMS cer- ti? cate deadline prior to the COI or the vessels stretching Pat Folan past 2019. And, it’s worse still for the one boat companies Partner, – July 2020 is coming fast and many of the one boat com- panies that I

  • MN Mar-18#6 . Industry subject matter expert Pat Folan provides an in-depth)
    March 2018 - Marine News page: 6

    to speed on all things ‘subM.’ Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to ask? It’s all inside, starting on page 14. Industry subject matter expert Pat Folan provides an in-depth look at how we got to present day, what that means for you and your operation and what’s likely to come in the near term

  • MN Mar-18#2  29   Number 3
INSIGHTS
14  Pat Folan
 Partner, Tug & Barge)
    March 2018 - Marine News page: 2

    CONTENTS MarineNews March 2018 • Volume 29 Number 3 INSIGHTS 14 Pat Folan Partner, Tug & Barge Solutions FeaturesFeatures Credit: YANMAR REGULATORY REVIEW 30 North Carolina Ferries Change 20 SITREP: Subchapter M Course for the Future No matter what route you take, time is marching Shoaling

  • MR Feb-18#31  to be immune from cyclical pat-
terns and volatility.)
    February 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 31

    been growing quite consistently at stable 3% per year. Save for the global ? nancial crisis of 2007/08, this industry appears to be immune from cyclical pat- terns and volatility. While the northern European countries build the largest ves- sels, the Italians top the list as the larg- est producer of Superyachts

  • MN Nov-17#32  that I should be train-
• Empathetic – A good leader builds)
    November 2017 - Marine News page: 32

    COLUMN INSIGHTS treating each person with dignity and respect. have a problem. I have always felt that I should be train- • Empathetic – A good leader builds trust through ing those under me to take my job. It’s best for them and empathy. He/she can put himself in his deckhand’s shoes. the company and

  • MN Nov-17#28  and Subchapter M  
By Pat Folan
Earlier this year)
    November 2017 - Marine News page: 28

    COLUMN INSIGHTS Leadership and Subchapter M By Pat Folan Earlier this year I was part of a safe- tains led the industry to quickly promote people to the ty meeting with several marine tow- wheelhouse, we ended up with people running our vessels ing companies and the topic turned who didn’t know what to

  • MN Nov-17#4  Leadership and Subchapter M 
By Pat Folan
Lucia Annunziata)
    November 2017 - Marine News page: 4

    Terry Breese • breese@marinelink.com Tel: 561-732-1185 Fax: 561-732-8414 Leadership and Subchapter M By Pat Folan Lucia Annunziata • annunziata@marinelink.com Tel: 212-477-6700 ext 6220 Fax: 212-254-6271 John Cagni • cagni@marinelink

  • MR Oct-17#80  of learning to recognise pat- it is relevant and in)
    October 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 80

    used to prepare the data to train models, ensuring that objects a vessel can encounter at sea. data sets with the objective of learning to recognise pat- it is relevant and in suf? cient quantity to create statistical “While intelligent awareness systems will help to facili- terns in training data