Minnesota

  • Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Bethlehem, Pa., recently announced it has completed the sale of two of its Great Lakes ore vessels, the Lewis Wilson Foy and the Sparrows Point, to Oglebay Norton Company, a Cleveland, Ohio-based raw materials and Great Lakes marine transportation company.

    The Foy, built in 1978, is a 1,000- foot-long, self-unloading vessel, which can carry more than 61,000 tons of iron ore pellets. The Sparrows Point, built in 1952, is 698 feet long with an iron ore pellet capacity of almost 22,000 tons.

    With the sale of the Foy and the Sparrows Point, Bethlehem Steel's Great Lakes fleet consists of two 1,000-foot vessels, the Stewart J.

    Cort and the Burns Habor, which are used to transport iron ore pellet from Minnesota to Bethlehem's Burns Harbor, Ind., plant on Lake Michigan.

    Bethlehem said the sale of the two vessels is in keeping with its overall strategy of selling assets not required to support its core steel business. Bethlehem will recognize a gain in the fourth quarter of 1990 as a result of the sale.

  • firm of Dorsey and Whitney of Minneapolis. He was graduated from the Webb Institute of Naval Architecture and the Law School of the University of Minnesota. Waterways Transportation and Trading Company manages river barges used in the United States inland waterways. Marine Transportation and Trading

  • their marketing efforts and in supporting other maritime endeavors. The region embraces all of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota, and parts of New York and Pennsylvania. The region office, opened in Cleveland in 1975, was moved to Des Plaines, 111., in 1983. Mr. O'Donnell

  • Minneapolis as the Cousteau group films the story of the river and its people. Land crews and seaplanes will help track the river to its source in Minnesota and its tributaries, according to Jean-Michel Cousteau, the explorer's son and associate. Biehl and Company is arranging for all deliveries, crew

  • supply Chance anchors and SeaTec installation equipment and techniques to c o n t r a c t o r s on the Northern Border Pipeline project running from Minnesota to Montana. For free copies of the encyclopedia and article, Write 23 on Reader Service Car

  • . Hossa, vice president, who will undertake sales and marketing responsibilities on behalf of Delta Line in the states of Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Iowa, and Missouri. Irvin Bedrava, formerly Delta's Chicago office manager, has been retained by Delta as its senior sales

  • Company, Bridgeville, Pa., will cover western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and southeastern Ohio. M & H Equipment Company of Minneapolis will cover Minnesota, northwestern Wisconsin, North and South Dakota, and the west- ern part of the upper peninsula of Michigan. The National Marine systems are

  • ., with whom he served 21 years in various executive positions. A native of Owatonna, Minn., he attended Iowa State College and the University of Minnesota. Twin City Barge & Towing Co., 11303 Red Rock Road, St. Paul, Minn. 55165, is a diversified company manufacturing barges, towboats and other

  • operations manager was Jul Nickerson, who has been manager of Puget Sound sales for Foss Launch & Tug at Seattle. Mr. Nickerson, a University of Minnesota graduate in naval science, has served as an officer aboard the icebreaker Burton Island as well as on tugboats, oceanography r e s e a r c h

  • Petro- Marine in 1970, was named vice president, structural engineering, in 1973, and senior vice president in 1975. Mr. Linder, a University of Minnesota graduate, joined Petro- Marine in November 1973 as vice president, process engineerin

  • In his new position, Mr. Duffy will be r e s p o n s i b l e f o r promoting the port's business in an eight-state territory stretching from Ohio to Minnesota. He succeeds George Butler, who will be retiring as the port's representative in the region after serving for 12 years. Mr. Duffy's most recent

  • a floating grain transfer facility, and measures 330 feet by 75 feet by 15 feet. The facility will be completed in Greenville, Miss., by NCI of Minnesota, Inc. When complete, the facility will transfer grain from barge to ship at a rate of 60,000 bushels per hour, and possess the capability of

  • MN Feb-19#31  caused by material from the Minnesota River. Also  diversity”)
    February 2019 - Marine News page: 31

    on en- Pool 4, an area largely degraded due to sediment deposi- vironmental, economic, and social benefts. “Geographic tion caused by material from the Minnesota River. Also diversity” provides valuable R&D opportunities across a includes dredging of Bay City Federal harbor adjacent to variety of national

  • MN Aug-18#87 , 
headquarters in Morris, Minnesota, USA, the manufactur-)
    August 2018 - Marine News page: 87

    ropes, es- ment and cutting-edge machinery components. From its pecially for the commercial ? shing industry. Since then, headquarters in Morris, Minnesota, USA, the manufactur- the company has expanded into the industrial sector, with ing ? rm supplies bulk crushing, screening, washing and a large

  • MR Nov-17#14  bigger 
and Dam 5A, near Minnesota City.
terminals along)
    November 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 14

    $8.7 billion main- install a temporary gate at Lock soybeans from Midwest farms to export tenance backlog that is only getting bigger and Dam 5A, near Minnesota City. terminals along the Gulf Coast. While that and getting worse ... citizens know ? rsthand played out, U.S. barge freight rates spiked that

  • MN Sep-17#20  in 2015 to evaluate the 
Minnesota in September 2016, at)
    September 2017 - Marine News page: 20

    ? nal.pdf). The Task Committee was The author spoke at one of these workshops in St. Paul, originally established by COPRI in 2015 to evaluate the Minnesota in September 2016, at which there were more public-private partnership authorization included in the than 90 attendees, representing the engineering

  • MR Mar-17#45  
of the men and women of Minnesota’s 
Mesabi Iron Range)
    March 2017 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 45

    MV Mesabi Miner Mesabi Miner, named in honor of the men and women of Minnesota’s Mesabi Iron Range, was built by American Ship Building Company in Lorain, Ohio and joined the Interlake

  • MR Nov-16#36  Ken 
from the University of Minnesota. When he graduated he)
    November 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    the rolling mills. the GI Bill and earned a Mechanical Engineering degree The company grew steadily, but in the late 1980s Ken from the University of Minnesota. When he graduated he sensed a looming market downturn in the perpetually cy- earned a “9 to 5” job with a larger company, but even so clical steel

  • MR Apr-16#86  program promotes hands-on  Minnesota to the islands of Hawaii)
    April 2016 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 86

    Native American reservations in an impressive increase of almost 50 per- Friday Night Social, Saturday’s in-pool theme. The program promotes hands-on Minnesota to the islands of Hawaii, all cent over last year, will have earned the competition events and the new elec- learning of engineering and scienti

  • MT Apr-16#20  American reservations in Minnesota to the islands  merged)
    April 2016 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 20

    from inner cities to remote rural areas of the country Obstacle Course consisting of ? ve, 18-inch diameter sub- to Native American reservations in Minnesota to the islands merged hoops oriented in different planes. Every year, the of Hawaii, all of whom have now been introduced to STEM second in-pool

  • MN Feb-16#54 . Tornga  with the Minnesota waterjet systems 
manufacture)
    February 2016 - Marine News page: 54

    Shipping employee, Bauer began his career Alaska business units to leverage rel- Season Closes evant company relationships. Tornga with the Minnesota waterjet systems manufacturer in 2005 after graduat- The Port of Duluth-Superior is wel- will relocate from Houston to An- chorage, and continue

  • MN Dec-15#53  perfor- the University of Minnesota.
she has been a speaker)
    December 2015 - Marine News page: 53

    . He graduated from AEU Kayla spent more than 10 years working in the insurance industry and cause of his reputation for high perfor- the University of Minnesota. she has been a speaker at several na- mance. Roca was selected for the award tional conferences on industry trends because of her remarkable team-build

  • MR Nov-15#129  of all that, 
University of Minnesota - Duluth  BLUE HERON)
    November 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 129

    UM 96 am now equipped through this train- Skidaway Institute of Oceanography SAVANNAH UG 92 ing,” Netburn says. “On top of all that, University of Minnesota - Duluth BLUE HERON UMD 86 I collected ancillary specimens of deep University of Washington CLIFFORD A. BARNES NSF 66 sea ? shes for my research

  • MR Nov-15#58  out?  t- ing everyday from Minnesota to Texas  sion solutions)
    November 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 58

    is an additional has dozens of push boat vessels operat- customers a variety of different propul- reason for Z-drives. Nozzle out? t- ing everyday from Minnesota to Texas sion solutions adapted to the speci? c sit- ted Z-drive applications increase the and everywhere in between. In 2016 we uation. Viking

  • MT Oct-15#22   UG  92
University of Minnesota - Duluth  BLUE HERON)
    October 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 22

    Marine Consortium PELICAN LUMCON 116 University of Miami F.G WALTON SMITH UM 96 Skidaway Institute of Oceanography SAVANNAH UG 92 University of Minnesota - Duluth BLUE HERON UMD 86 University of Washington CLIFFORD A. BARNES NSF 66 NOAA GLOBAL CLASS VESSEL (scheduled in cooperation with UNOLS)

  • MR May-15#72  of engineer- ervations in Minnesota to the islands of  sium)
    May 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 72

    to Native American res- the opening ceremony in the gymna- SeaPerch Committee, registered partici- promotes hands-on learning of engineer- ervations in Minnesota to the islands of sium, with a number of speakers as well pants and spectators will be treated to the ing and scienti? c concepts, problem Hawaii

  • MN Mar-15#54   Harbors and Silver Bay, Minnesota, 
and Local Agencies)
    March 2015 - Marine News page: 54

    in Puerto Rico Trade nesota, Superior, Wisconsin, Two Martin Energy Services LLC, State Crowley Maritime Corporation’s Harbors and Silver Bay, Minnesota, and Local Agencies and GCSG. The liner services group announced in Jan- and Marquette, Michigan, totaled cool-down process took approximate-

  • MR May-15-77#12  
INSULATION MATERIALS 
Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co. 
Westingho)
    May 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    Water Heaters (AC-DC) INSTRUMENTS, ELECTRICAL TESTING Ammeter, Voltmeters, Ohm Meters, Meggers, Volt-Ohm Meters INSULATION MATERIALS Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co. Westinghouse Electric Corp. LAMPS (LARGE AND MINIATURE) Westinghouse — Incandescent Fluorescent — Mercury — Photo LIFE

  • MR Sep-77#36  
INSULATION MATERIALS 
Minnesota Mining & Mfg Co. 
Westinghou)
    September 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 36

    Water Heaters (AC DC) INSTRUMENTS, ELECTRICAL TESTING Ammeter. Voltmeters. Ohm Meters. Meggers. Volt Ohm Meters INSULATION MATERIALS Minnesota Mining & Mfg Co. Westinghouse Electric Corp. LAMPS (LARGE AND MINIATURE) Westinghouse — Incandescent Fluorescent — Mercury - Photo LIFE

  • MR Nov-77#18  
INSULATION MATERIALS 
Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co. 
Westingho)
    November 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 18

    Water Heaters (AC-DC) INSTRUMENTS, ELECTRICAL TESTING Ammeter, Voltmeters, Ohm Meters, Meggers, Volt-Ohm Meters INSULATION MATERIALS Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co. Westinghouse Electric Corp. LAMPS (LARGE AND MINIATURE) Westinghouse — Incandescent Fluorescent — Mercury — Photo LIFE

  • MR Nov-77#5 , 
Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, 
New York, Ohio, Pennsylvan)
    November 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 5

    of a two-part, $350,000 com- prehensive port planning and cargo demand study in the eight- state region, including Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. This 18-month study will be similar to but broader in scope than a Mid-America port study

  • MR Jan-78#41  
and the University of Minnesota. 
Twin City Barge &)
    January 1978 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 41

    with whom he served 21 years in various ex- ecutive positions. A native of Owatonna, Minn., he attended Iowa State College and the University of Minnesota. Twin City Barge & Towing Co., 11303 Red Rock Road, St. Paul, Minn. 55165, is a diversified com- pany manufacturing barges, tow- boats and

  • MR Jan-80#13  SL 
Phone: (617) 283-2000 
MINNESOTA 
Winona 
Waterways)
    January 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 13

    Radio: WYZ 2375 MASSACHUSETTS Gloucester Progressive Oil Co., Inc. Location: Gloucester Address: 92 Grove SL Phone: (617) 283-2000 MINNESOTA Winona Waterways - Winona, Inc. Location: Upper Mississippi, Mile 725 376 East 2nd St Address: 455 North St Fountain City, Wi. Phone:

  • MR Jan-15-80#7 . 
Phone: (617) 283-2000 
MINNESOTA 
Winona 
Waterways)
    January 15, 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 7

    Radio: WYZ 2375 MASSACHUSETTS Gloucester Progressive Oil Co., Inc. Location: Gloucester Address: 92 Grove St. Phone: (617) 283-2000 MINNESOTA Winona Waterways - Winona, Inc. Location: Upper Mississippi. Mile 725 376 East 2nd St. Address: 455 North St. Fountain City, Wr. Phone:

  • MR Mar-80#13 . 
Phone: (617) 283-2000 
MINNESOTA 
Winona 
Waterways)
    March 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 13

    Radio: WYZ 2375 MASSACHUSETTS Gloucester Progressive Oil Co., Inc. Location: Gloucester Address: 92 Grove St. Phone: (617) 283-2000 MINNESOTA Winona Waterways - Winona. Inc. Location: Upper Mississippi, Mile 725 376 East 2nd St. Address: 455 North St. Fountain City, Wi. Phone:

  • MN Jun-14#52  congressman in Minnesota history, died un- expectedly)
    June 2014 - Marine News page: 52

    more than 13 years of experience in shipyard production ShamekBouchardPickles Jim OberstarFormer Rep. Jim Oberstar, the longest-serving congressman in Minnesota history, died un- expectedly last month at the age of 79. Oberstar represented MinnesotaÕs 8th Congressional District for 18 terms, from 1975 to