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  • On June 30, at the Banker's Club in Cincinnati, Ohio, the captain and 12 crew members of The Ohio River Company towboat M/V Queen City were awarded the nation's highest safety award for their heroism in rescuing four capsized fishermen from the swirling currents of the Ohio River. The awards were presented by the National Safety Council, Marine Section, and the American Institute of Merchant Shipping. The award marks the first time in its history that AIMS has offered its top annual award to an inland vessel.

    On the late afternoon of October 11, 1976, the M/V Queen City was pushing 12 barges of coal up the Ohio River at a point near Dashield's Locks, 13 miles from Pittsburgh, Pa. At 5:40 p.m., pilot Billy Nolan spotted a capsized 18-foot motorboat. Nearby, four people were floundering helplessly in the treacherous river currents, being swept toward the oncoming barges.

    Pilot Nolan immediately radioed the locks to request a rescue boat to pick up the victims. The dispatcher at the locks radioed back that there was no boat available, and urged that the crew of the M/V Queen City attempt to rescue themselves.

    Armed with life preservers, the crew of the tow moved along the 12 loaded barges, which were now bearing down on the four victims in the water. Reaching the bow of the point barge, the crew was able to reach the men in the water with the preservers and pull them safely aboard.

    In addition, Capt. Charles Wolf instructed his crew to right the capsized boat, pump the water out, and tie it up at the locks while the survivors were taken into a waiting ambulance. The rescue operation was complete, with none of the party suffering any ill effects, with the exception of one man who was in a state of shock.

    Surviving the ordeal were the boat's owner Louis M. Krofchick of Ambridge, Pa., his father Louis Krofchick Sr., and two guests of the Krofchicks, Harry Dunn and Robert Dunn.

    The National Safety Council, represented by general chairman David Walker, presented the award pennant to The Ohio River Company president Jack Geary, and vice president, operations David Martenson. James Reynolds, president of the American Institute of Merchant Shipping, presented The Ohio River Company with a permanent plaque for the M/V Queen City, plus certificates of commendation to Captain Wolf and each of the crew members.

  • Great Lakes Energy Systems, Columbus, Ohio, is now the exclusive international supplier for Detroit Diesel 6-110 engine parts and components. Great Lakes has purchased all of the 6-110 parts, and the rights to manufacture new parts, from the U! Detroit Diesel Corporation, according to Bruce McLeish

  • appointed for the area of eastern Pennsylvania, eastern Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, and northwestern New Jersey. Telco, Inc., based in Cleveland, Ohio, will service northern Ohio. George P. Dempler Company, Bridgeville, Pa., will cover western Pennsylvania, West Virginia and southeastern Ohio. M

  • Division, according to an announcement by B.R. Horne, division president. Mr. Feierabend will be located at the division's headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, and will be responsible for all United States manufacturing activities of the division. Mr. Feierabend has served in a number of manufacturing

  • Executives of The Ohio River Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, the nation's largest barge mover of coal, met recently with 23 Finnish b u s i n e s s m e n at ORCO's headquarters to discuss the shipment of U.S. coal to Finland. The group, which includes representatives of Finnish electric utility companies

  • , vice presidentmarketing, has announced several organizational changes in the Marketing Department of Abex Corporation, Denison Division, Columbus, Ohio. The changes have been made, he said, to further increase the effectiveness of service to the division's customers for fluid power components and

  • New Bulletin 1404.3 from Abex Corporation, Denison Division, Columbus, Ohio, describes the company's recently introduced R5 Series of hydraulic pressure valves. The new valves can be mounted directly to an SAE pump outlet to give the pump maximum protection against peak pressure and minimize costly

  • The 90,000-deadweight-ton S/S Overseas Ohio, the second of four San Clemente-Class tankers ordered for subsidiaries of Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc. (OSG), was delivered on October 20 to its owner by National Steel and Shipbuilding Co., San Diego, Calif. The ships were contracted for in 1973 in

  • 35 feet, a service speed of 16 knots, automated engine rooms, and semi-automated cargo control systems. B&W's Bailey Meter Company of Wickliffe, Ohio, will provide bridgecontrolled combustion and turbine throttle controls. The combustion controls feature fluidic burner management for reduced manning

  • As the Central Ohio River Business Association (CORBA) pushes commerce on the Ohio River, stakeholders are beginning to take notice.    On January 19, in an office tower overlooking the Ohio River, Eric Thomas convened the first meeting of 2017 for a business group working in the 13th largest port in the U.

  • , are to be constructed by Avondale Shipyards, Inc., New Orleans, La., under a December 1974 contract between Avondale and the Standard Oil Company, an Ohio corporation. The tankers will have a crew complement of 26 and a service speed of 14.6 knots. Upon delivery, the tankers will be employed transporting

  • Abex Corporation has announced the appointment of Paul J. Powers as president of the company's Denison Division, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. In his new position, Mr. Powers is responsible for the division's worldwide operations. These include the Research & Development Center, manufacturing pla

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  • MN Sep-19#52  director  cal engineering from Ohio University.     
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    claims are- ing and a bachelor’s degree in mechani- consisted of $106 million in cash na, most recently as a district director cal engineering from Ohio University. and 1,500,000 shares of the Com- with the U.S. Department of Labor, Summit Electric Supply pany’s common stock. SEA-Vista where

  • MN Sep-19#40  for Vineyard Wind. This sum-
Ohio Power Siting Board. Construction)
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    team in motion. The logistics are daunting. and permitting requirements, awaiting ? nal okay from the There was more bad news for Vineyard Wind. This sum- Ohio Power Siting Board. Construction is slated for 2022. mary has only focused on federal reviews. In fact, of course, The project most likely to start

  • MN Mar-19#54  frm. Nani is a licensed profes-
Ohio State University and an)
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    an operator, class society and consult- and Environmental Engineering from Engineering from Vaasa Institute of ing frm. Nani is a licensed profes- Ohio State University and an MBA Technology in Finland. He is experi- sional engineer in Washington and from Case Western Reserve University. enced

  • MN Mar-19#37 , the Gulf of Mexico and the Ohio River.  summer is another)
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    taken ineffcient plants off line. Building for the Future The completion of the Olmsted Locks and Dam this past the Great Lakes, the Gulf of Mexico and the Ohio River. summer is another big positive for Port operations. Roughly He was most recently the executive director of the Duluth 100 miles downriver

  • MN Mar-19#36  ship-
Jeffersonville, on the Ohio, across from Louisville)
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    more coal this F ual Ports. These consist of Burns Harbor, on Lake Erie; year than it did it 2017, and experienced increased ship- Jeffersonville, on the Ohio, across from Louisville, KY; and ments in ethanol, soy products and dried distillers grain. Mount Vernon, also on the Ohio River, about 140 miles

  • MN Mar-19#23  happen to be on the 
Upper Ohio river.” How is the latter)
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    off this by shrinking the feet and by devel- oping new petrochemical manufacturing markets in the Marcellus / Utica felds which happen to be on the Upper Ohio river.” How is the latter effort going? We have seen the coal rebound continue in 2018. The export coal markets have been strong, and the East Coast

  • MN Mar-19#20  
towing of liquid barges on the Ohio 
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    been the Campbell does a lot of third-party the river, also affect inland opera- strongest positive contributor to our towing of liquid barges on the Ohio tors. Give us a sense of what this has nation’s balance of trade. Mending River. As a result of this, we are held done to your markets, if anything

  • MN Mar-19#18  and operations were on the Ohio River and were  new members)
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    quisition has worked out very well for Campbell. All the ahead. I will also strongly support WCI’s work to educate assets and operations were on the Ohio River and were new members of the 116th Congress about the importance integrated seamlessly into our Campbell business. We look March 2019 18 MN

  • MN Mar-19#16   in calendar year 2016. On the Ohio River, we have seen 
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    the barge land waterways system. That is up from 569 million tons industry for over 30 years in a number of key roles, he in calendar year 2016. On the Ohio River, we have seen also counts among his many qualifcations his tenure(s) as a spike in demand for coal, metallurgical and steam, both Past Chairman

  • MN Mar-19#6  
fung pushboat operation on the Ohio River. It’s not.
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    down. That Jones Act waiver for a strategic petroleum reserve ‘drawdown’ via VLCC may seem a long way off from your far fung pushboat operation on the Ohio River. It’s not. It is in this context that the advent of the Coast Guard’s subchapter M towboat rules is so important. As many as 5,300 vessels –

  • MR Sep-19#48  in Middleburg Heights, Ohio, is the 
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    will be built in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin and is expected to be delivered in 2022. The Interlake Steamship Com- pany, headquartered in Middleburg Heights, Ohio, is the largest privately held U.S.-? ag ? eet on the Great Lakes, with nine vessels carrying Major partners for the project include: American

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    . SAP=Site Assessment Plan; COP=Construction and Operations Plan. OCS-A 512 and OCS-A 487, respectively. ting requirements, awaiting ? nal okay from the Ohio Power Except for Block Island in Rhode Island, all the work on US Siting Board. Construction is slated for 2022. offshore wind is still preliminary

  • MP Q3-19#30 ; but stronger  ty in Cleveland, Ohio launched a combined general)
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    on smaller Spliethoff and The Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authori- bulk carriers- readily available in times of glut; but stronger ty in Cleveland, Ohio launched a combined general cargo/ con- bulk carrier markets may pull tonnage away from the break- tainer run in late 2013. Dubbed the Cleveland-Europe

  • MP Q3-19#25 , West Virginia, and 
Ohio allow it to be an ideal)
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    general cargo pie. Baltimore owns a big part of it. That’s because the Port’s location and proximity to states such as Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio allow it to be an ideal port for handling cargo destined to those states. In the hinterlands, the demand for breakbulk, special project cargoes is

  • MN Aug-19#73  70 service locations on the Ohio 
& Mississippi River systems)
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    and waste facilities. A network of SENNEBOGEN distribu- tors throughout North America, Mexico and Argentina includes more than 70 service locations on the Ohio & Mississippi River systems. The new “Green Hybrid” energy recovery system utilizes advanced hydraulic engi- neering to reduce energy costs by up

  • MN Aug-19#48  policy had a hand in this, too. Ohio EPA, 
in energy and environmenta)
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    emissions, decreased fuel consumption and genset maintenance. Tom Ewing is a freelance writer specializing Public policy had a hand in this, too. Ohio EPA, in energy and environmental issues. through a competitive diesel reduction grant program, helped provide funding for the Tier III engines and

  • MN Aug-19#46  plant, in Monaca, PA, on the Ohio River, about 20 miles 
nies)
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    have ticularly, for CBC, the construction of Shell’s new cracker paid off. Growth can’t just depend on buying other compa- plant, in Monaca, PA, on the Ohio River, about 20 miles nies. But it can surely build as markets recover and the right north of Pittsburgh. Little said that the Canal Barge team capital

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    needed. A 1,000 barge resource base is likely to be more distributed geographically, making it easier to age is 16 years, three more than Kirby’s. Tug OHIO 45 www.marinelink.com MN

  • MR Jul-19#6  journey from their home in Ohio,  get the cover and 10)
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    Yacht Collection Claudio Paschoa - Brazil Peter Pospiech - Germany were embarked recently on a 19-day U.S. east coast journey from their home in Ohio, get the cover and 10 pages of cover- William Stoichevski - Scandinavia and I was all set to spend Wednesday, June 19 trekking around NYC in ‘tourist

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  • MP Q2-19#10  and political science from Ohio Uni-
celerate the evolution)
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    director. John received his bachelor’s Under his leadership, the goal has been to reinvent and ac- degree in general studies and political science from Ohio Uni- celerate the evolution of the port in order to become a catalyst versity and later earned his Executive MBA from the Univer- for commerce and

  • MN Jul-19#41  anywhere except the upper Ohio River or Illinois 
River)
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    nothing like the real thing, but the simulator is close. You have to use your brain, think on your feet. I can run nearly anywhere except the upper Ohio River or Illinois River because I never got the experience yet. However, I’ve run the Mississippi River up to St. Louis, Tenn Tom and the Achafalaya