Oregon

  • The board of directors have announced the election of Earl F. Weiss as chairman of the board of Jones Oregon Stevedoring Company, Portland, Ore. The announcement was made by Peter N. Beckett, president of Jones Oregon Stevedoring Company, at a reception held recently at the University Club in Portland.

    Mr. Weiss served as president and director of Jones Oregon from 1971 to 1976. He joined the Jones organization in 1952 after an extensive waterfront career that dates back to 1934.

    Mr. Weiss is a director of Pacific Maritime Association, a member of the Oregon Sub-steering Committee of the PMA, a member of the Oregon Area Labor Relations Committee, and last year was a recipient of the "Old Salt Award" given in Portland for outstanding service to the steamship industry. Jones Oregon Stevedoring Company, along with its sister company, Jones Washington Stevedoring Company of Seattle, Wash., is the pioneer stevedoring organization in the Pacific Northwest, having operated in the Oregon area since 1908, and in the Puget Sound area since 1858.

  • contracts totaling in excess of half a million dollars for the assessment of present facilities and future needs of ports in Alaska, Hawaii, and Oregon, Robert J. Blackwell, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Maritime Affairs, announced. In its continuing program to promote port development, Mr

  • all functions transferred to an improved plant facility at Shelton, Wash. Operations will continue at the overlay panel manufacturing plant in Albany, Oregon, and the Oregon Overlays Division in Portland, Oregon. Thomas R. Ingham Jr., vice president of Northwest operations has named L a r r y Fleming

  • A group of Oregon investors has purchased FMC Corporation's Marine and Rail Equipment Division in Portland, bringing corporate ownership back to the State. The new company, named Gunderson Inc., will re-establish more than 400 manufacturing jobs in the Portland area. The acquisition was spearheaded

  • State of Oregon and Port of Portland officials joined with area business people at the edge of the Willamette River recently to witness official ceremonies noting the beginning of construction on the $46-million renovation of Port of Portland's Terminal 2. The rehabilitation project, the most

  • Port of Portland (Oregon) Commission president Joseph M. Edgar recently announced the appointment of a citizens task force to aid Port staff in the preparation of a master plan to guide the development of Port marine terminals through the year 2000. He named Robert F. Wallace, chairman of the board

  • , 65-foot, aluminum- hulled boats termed "Explosive Ordnance Disposal Support Craft, Mark 2" (EODSC MK2, for short) are presently being built by Oregon Iron Works of Clackamas, Oregon. The tasks of detail structural design and computerized lofting are being handled by Elliott Bay Design Group of

  • christening blow from Mrs. Bella Gardiner Hammond, the wife of Alaska Governor Jay Hammond. The 400-foot-long barge will join its twin, the barge Oregon, on cargo voyages between Oregon and Alaska. Owner of the barges is Crowley Maritime Corp. Northwest Marine Iron Works cut construction time on

  • The performance of the U.S. Coast Guard's new motor lifeboat averted greater tragedy during an ill-fated rescue mission off Oregon's Columbia River recently, in which a Coast Guardsman and two fishermen were lost. The new prototype vessel, built by Textron Marine Systems (TMS) in New Orleans,

  • . They will be overhauled in the port's drydock. Frank Martin, port general manager, stated: "Through the efforts of our Congressional delegation, Oregon now has a greater bidding opportunity on Coast Guard work. This port can now also bid on the USS Clover out of Eureka, in addition to nine other

  • modules, the heaviest totaling 2,800 tons, will be sealifted to Prudhoe Bay for ARCO's Lisburne Oil Field along with other modules constructed at the Oregon ports of Coos Bay and Astoria. The Portland modules were constructed at a 24-acre site at the shipyard and moved by 2,000-ton-capacity crawlers

  • the northeast Pacific Ocean off the West Coast of the United States of America. Further cabled systems are scheduled for delivery in the coming months to Oregon State University as part of the coastal Endurance Array component of the OOI program. The OOI is funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation. Designed

  • MT Apr-19#53  along Northern California, Oregon 
 control of data collection)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 53

    the Alaskan Subduction Zone. The subduction zones • Iridium RUDICS communication channel for are offshore the US coasts along Northern California, Oregon control of data collection and of? oad of data and Washington State and another along Alaska and the Aleu- Operationally, the Wave Gliders held

  • MR May-19#29  Labs (owned and now called Oregon-based 
FLIR) built the)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 29

    a 14 million kroner contract in March 2019. Canadi- oped their own “chemical-snif? ng” spectral cameras. an company Aeryon Labs (owned and now called Oregon-based FLIR) built the drones and supplied Aeryon Mission Control Zero-emissions Systems originally made for the military market. The R-70’s are The

  • MR May-19#16 . City, in the north, near Oregon, to Port  above): the)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 16

    ci? c wind energy areas, from Crescent were within the NREL study referenced chant Shipping Association, for exam- panels. City, in the north, near Oregon, to Port above): the Humboldt Call Area off ple, recommends that BOEM, upfront, In fact, a December 2018 update from Hueneme, just north of LA

  • MR Feb-19#12 .  Civilian and military  to Oregon State University for a)
    February 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    a $121.88 million grant tion, “slipflls” located in hidden bay- useless in lean markets or when the next vilian conversions. Civilian and military to Oregon State University for a new re- ous and backwaters around the Gulf of generation of technology is introduced. assets have also been modifed to serve

  • MN Jan-19#51  is scheduled for 
delivery to Oregon State in the spring of)
    January 2019 - Marine News page: 51

    ship will be the ? rst in a class of Regional Class Research Vessels funded by the National Science Foundation. The vessel is scheduled for delivery to Oregon State in the spring of 2021, and will be fully operational after a year of out? tting and testing. NSF has contracted with OSU to build a second

  • MR Dec-18#50  Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, 
Fort Lauderdale)
    December 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 50

    , 217 SW 28th Street paul.switzer@viega.us contact: Paul Switzer, Condition Analyzing Corp, 23 White Street, Eatontown, Allied Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315 , tel:(954) 764-2678, www.viega.us NJ , USA , tel:800 586-8435, Sherwood, OR 23462, USA , tel:(503) 625-2560

  • MN Dec-18#21 . given the wording of the Oregon Rule  dent action to satisfy)
    December 2018 - Marine News page: 21

    of the bridge resulting in damage to pilot and his attorney agreed that, goods, river pilots should take all pru- the spuds. given the wording of the Oregon Rule dent action to satisfy the old axiom While the towboat pilot was assess- and the absence of any valid mitigat- when it comes to bridge clearances

  • MN Dec-18#20  of the 
dent calls the “Oregon Rule” into play.  size)
    December 2018 - Marine News page: 20

    or pulling. While those measurements are Law Association (MLA) such an acci- generally a constant for their vessel, the variances of the dent calls the “Oregon Rule” into play. size and con? guration of that day’s job are not. And while Simply put, the Oregon Rule states that water levels change and navigable

  • MR Nov-18#107 , and 
Marine Superintendent
Oregon State University’s College)
    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 107

    www.MaritimeJobs.com Work Phone : 207-326-0254 assists in the oversight of shipboard maintenance, and Marine Superintendent Oregon State University’s College of Earth, Ocean, and Box C-3 Castine, ME, 04420 USA provides Cadet training during the annual training cruise. Atmospheric

  • MR Nov-18#106  Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, 
BAE Systems -)
    November 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 106

    , fax:888-782-6188, 27045 EQUIPMENT SOLUTIONS paul.switzer@viega.us contact: Paul Switzer, VIBRATION ANALYSIS Allied Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, BAE Systems - HybriDrive Solutions, 1098 Clark Street, www.viega.us Advanced Mechanical Enterprises, 217 SW 28th Street Sherwood, OR 23462

  • MT Oct-18#51  and traveled 38,721  lected Oregon State in 2013 to lead)
    October 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 51

    Photo: Øystein Mikelborg / Norwegian Polar Institute and geology of the seabed. The vessel 474 days at sea and traveled 38,721 lected Oregon State in 2013 to lead the can accommodate 55 people, including miles. UConn’s Department of Marine design, shipyard selection, construction research

  • MR Oct-18#90  Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, 
ROTATING EQUIPMENT)
    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 90

    , fax:888-782-6188, EQUIPMENT Gorenflo cac@cacvibe.com,www.cacvibe.com paul.switzer@viega.us contact: Paul Switzer, Allied Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, ROTATING EQUIPMENT www.viega.us WASTE WATER TREATMENT Sherwood, OR 23462, USA , tel:(503) 625-2560, Advanced Mechanical Enterprises

  • MR Sep-18#58  Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, 
tel:904-315-3899)
    September 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 58

    (IR) EQUIPMENT PROPULSION - HYBRIDRIVE Suite 395 12303 Airport Way, Broomfield, CO , USA , TESTING AND PROGRAMS Allied Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, tel:904-315-3899, fax:888-782-6188, SOLUTIONS Condition Analyzing Corp, 23 White Street, Eatontown, Sherwood, OR 23462, USA , tel:(503)

  • MR Aug-18#122  Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, 
SOLUTIONS  
Central)
    August 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 122

    VIBRATION AND THERMOGRAPHY (IR) EQUIPMENT PROPULSION - HYBRIDRIVE MARINE TRANSPORTATION TESTING AND PROGRAMS Allied Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, SOLUTIONS Central Boat Rentals, Inc., P.O. Box 2545, Morgan City, Condition Analyzing Corp, 23 White Street, Eatontown, Sherwood, OR 23462

  • MR Jul-18#58  Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, 
SOLUTIONS  
MARITIME)
    July 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 58

    (IR) EQUIPMENT PROPULSION - HYBRIDRIVE earl@centralboat.com or gary@centralboat.com TESTING AND PROGRAMS Allied Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, SOLUTIONS MARITIME TRAINING & SCHOOLS Condition Analyzing Corp, 23 White Street, Eatontown, Sherwood, OR 23462, USA , tel:(503) 625-2560

  • MR Jun-18#58  Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, 
tel:904-315-3899)
    June 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 58

    EQUIPMENT Suite 395 12303 Airport Way, Broomfield, CO , USA , earl@centralboat.com or gary@centralboat.com 27045 Allied Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, tel:904-315-3899, fax:888-782-6188, VIBRATION ANALYSIS MARITIME TRAINING & SCHOOLS Sherwood, OR 23462, USA , tel:(503) 625-2560, paul

  • MR Jun-18#15  of  authorized discharge in Oregon. at the ready. The so-called)
    June 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 15

    un- keeping up with, even with a scorecard “Oh, no, you can’t.” But, the U.S. gov- Some shippers, upon hearing the news of authorized discharge in Oregon. at the ready. The so-called federal VIDA ernment did it anyways. Hence, if you the IMO decision to delay implementa- Given the regulatory and political

  • MR May-18#76 , Con- coasts of Washington and Oregon. When not involved 
struction)
    May 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 76

    a minimum ies as well as the Paci? c Whiting (Hake) ? sheries, off the of 1 year of heavy labor experience (i.e., Farming, Con- coasts of Washington and Oregon. When not involved struction, etc.) • Marine experience preferred, but not in ? shing activities, the vessel is home ported in Seattle Experienced

  • MR May-18#75  Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, 
Viega, Mountain)
    May 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 75

    contact: Joanna Ramirez EQUIPMENT NEW CONSTRUCTION MARITIME TRAINING & SCHOOLS VIBRATION AND THERMOGRAPHY (IR) Allied Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, Viega, Mountain View Corporate Center Building 1, TESTING AND PROGRAMS El Camino College, 13430 Hawthorne Blvd., Hawthorne, Sherwood,

  • MN Jun-18#41 ?  cation is the key at Oregon-based North River  that)
    June 2018 - Marine News page: 41

    additional vessels may be ordered by quali? ed agencies. A common theme to the stories of all three providers is Diversi? cation is the key at Oregon-based North River that, notwithstanding the amount of innovation that each Boats. Listening closely to customer needs won the day on has brought

  • MN May-18#63  a Kohler 7.5 kW marine genera-
Oregon-based North River Boats)
    May 2018 - Marine News page: 63

    bow and stern monitors, Task Force Tips VUMs at the both monitors have 2.5-inch take-offs. The boat is also equipped with a Kohler 7.5 kW marine genera- Oregon-based North River Boats has delivered another tor, Dometic air conditioner with heat strip, King Air electric new ? re boat. The second ? re boat

  • MR Apr-18#59  Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, 
PRESS FITTINGS)
    April 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 59

    Eatontown, EQUIPMENT www.viega.us CA , USA , tel:(310) 973-3147, psutton@elcamino.edu NJ , USA , tel:800 586-8435, Allied Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, PRESS FITTINGS MECHANICALLY ATTACHED FITTINGS cac@cacvibe.com,www.cacvibe.com Sherwood, OR 23462, USA , tel:(503) 625-2560, Viega, Mountain

  • MR Mar-18#74  Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, 
www.viega.us)
    March 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 74

    Switzer, CA , USA , tel:(310) 973-3147, psutton@elcamino.edu 9300, fax:+1 314-756-9306, solutions@sciencofast.com Allied Systems Company, 21433 SW Oregon Street, www.viega.us MECHANICALLY ATTACHED FITTINGS Sherwood, OR 23462, USA , tel:(503) 625-2560, WATER JET SYSTEMS PRESS FITTINGS (MAFS)

  • MT Mar-18#44 .1. En route to sites 
off the Oregon coast, sev-
eral ADCPs)
    March 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 44

    a change in pitch; this is the Dop- Thanks to a spirited cadre of ma- vironments in strategic locations for ex- Fig.1. En route to sites off the Oregon coast, sev- eral ADCPs can be seen installed in the ? xed plat- form of Shallow Pro? ler Moorings. Credit: M. Elend, University of Washington