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  • Brown Marine Service, Inc. of Pensacola, Fla., and Peltz Brothers, Inc. of Norfolk, Va., have been named stocking distributors for Nashville Bridge Company (NABRICO) products in their respective areas.

    T. Ray Jackson, vice president of NABRICO, said Peltz Brothers would represent NABRICO in the "tidewater" area, and Brown Marine Service would represent the company in southern Alabama, southern Georgia, and the entire state of Florida.

    Both companies will stock a wide variety of NABRICO products, including winches, hatches and other deck hardware items.

    According to Mr. Jackson, NABRICO currently has seven stocking distributors located in major coastal cities t h r o u g h o u t the U n i t e d States, and a license agreement with De Biesbosch- Dordrecht of the Netherlands to manufacture and distribute NABRICO winches in Europe and Africa.

    Founded in 1916, Peltz Brothers, Inc. is headed by Arthur Rosenfeld. Alan and Jack Peltz are in charge of the sale of deck fitting equipment for the company.

    The Brown family, having been in the marine business for more than 100 years, founded Brown Marine Service, Inc. in the 1930s.

    The company is headed by S.J.

    Brown. Ted Brown is in charge of the sale of deck fitting equipment.

    NABRICO is a wholly owned subsidiary of The American Ship B u i l d i n g Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., NABRICO has been in the marine field for more than 60 years and is primarily concerned with the design, engineering and construction of grain and coal barges, deck barges, liquid tank barges, cement barges, drydocks and towboats. NABRICO is a major supplier to the entire marine industry of marine deck hardware.

    The company, which has plants in Nashville and Ashland City, Tenn., pioneered the design and building of much of the modern equipment used on rivers today.

  • Company, Inc. Before that, he was Long Island manager for Deloitte, Haskins & Sells. Julian F. Corish has been promoted to regional manager, Southern Region, which includes the states of Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, the lower

  • The American Waterways Operators (AWO) recently announced the election of Harriet Harrison as chairman of the association's Southern Region. Mrs. Harrison is the first woman to ever be elected chairman of any of AWO's five regions. The fact that the southern region which consists of waterways in

  • the association's annual meeting in Washington, D.C. Mr. Guthans brings to AWO vast experience and expertise in the maritime field. In 1953, he joined Southern Industries Corporation and subsequently held the position of vice president, corporate development. In 1971, he became president of B-R Dredging

  • Materials, Inc. of Mobile. Mr. Parks holds a B.S. degree from Auburn University in civil engineering. Mr. Drake came to Ryan- Walsh's subsidiary Southern Steamship Agency, Inc. from the U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command, Vietnam, in 1973, and was transferred to the parent company in 1976 as

  • . In a second announcement, the company also outlined plans for a major expansion of its marine and oil industry engine sales and service operation in southern Louisiana. According to C. James Stewart II, chairman of the board of Stewart & Stevenson, the company has been appointed the exclusive distributor f

  • plan for the reorganization of Bender Shipbuilding & Repair Company, Inc., Mobile, Ala., was confirmed recently by the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Alabama. The plan marks the end of Chapter 11 protection for Bender after just nine months. Since January 1987, Bender has delivered

  • are 240 feet long, have a beam of 50 feet and a draft of 10 feet, and are rated at 1,180 gross tons. Radcliff, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Southern Industries Corporation, will use the vessels in marine dredging activities in the coastal waters of Louisiana and Alabama. National Marine Service

  • Alabama Shipyard, Inc. delivered Nicole Leigh Reinauer and RTC 135, an articulated tug/barge (ATB) unit, built for Reinauer Transportation Companies of New York. Alabama Shipyard designed the 135,000 barrel, 460-ft. (140.2 m) double- hulled barge in compliance with OPA 90 regulations. Bob Hill of

  • Dr. Marvin A. Griffin, University of Alabama professor of computer science and industrial engineering, has joined Matson Navigation Company in San Francisco, Calif., as a vice president, it was announced by R.J. Pfeiffer, Matson president. Dr. Griffin, who previously served with Matson in the

  • Alabama Shipyard is hoping that last month's launching of its unique Articulated Tug Barge unit (ATB) for Reinauer Transportation signals the beginning of many more orders for the OPA 90 compliant product transporters. The company estimates that 50 single hull barges will need replacements by 2005

  • Seahorse Shuttling and Technology LLC, a wholly owned entity of Conoco, has completed the functional design of a new tanker for shuttling crude oil from the deepwater Gulf of Mexico to shore. The 80,000-dwt double-hulled "GoMAX 550 shuttle tanker will be capable of transporting 550,000 barrels of

  • MN Nov-19#98  has been named vice 
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    Gulfport ar and Environmental Services elor’s degree in technical careers from Ingalls Shipbuilding celebrated the Bret Griebenow has been named vice Southern Illinois University. opening of its new Shipbuilder Acade- president of business development for my site in Gulfport. Participating in the nuclear

  • MN Nov-19#74  Island, NY. To be named Southern Cross, it marks 
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    November 2019 - Marine News page: 74

    , Blount was working another pair of vessels, including a 101 x 40-ft. steel double-ended passenger/vehicle ferry for Shelter Island, NY. To be named Southern Cross, it marks the third vessel built for South Ferry. In addition, the shipyard is building a 56-foot ice-break- ing, all-welded-steel, diesel

  • MN Nov-19#24  and im-
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    , Congress acted ing cargo vessel transits every year that It’s time for Congress to amend swiftly, fundamentally shifting and im- sail through the southern U.S. Arctic OPA 90 to re? ect the new realities of proving maritime disaster policy. The region following trade routes from an evolving Arctic

  • MN Nov-19#8 Authors   Contributors
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    Authors Contributors & MarineNews November 2019 Volume 30 Number 11 Huxley- Paine Custard Reynard Buddy Custard is the President and Michael Gerhardt is Vice President, Chief Executive Of? cer of the Alaska Mar- Dredging Contractors of America, and itime Prevention & Response Network. the CDMCS

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  • MP Q3-19#42 , produce just a fraction of southern CA’s total 
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    sector companies think the total will be closer to $30 billion. The a giant test bed for new technologies.” Ports, of course, produce just a fraction of southern CA’s total The upcoming demo projects will start over the next few pollution load. The Ports could do everything right and the region months as

  • MP Q3-19#38  barge 
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    of LNG at NorthStar, said the NorthStar and Pivotal LNG. company plans to load fuel on the planned Polaris Energy barge Pivotal LNG is part of Southern Company Gas, a major power at the JAX LNG terminal. He said Polaris plans to use the large, provider. Southern Company subsidiaries operate hydroelectric

  • MR Oct-19#74 This directory section is an editorial feature published)
    October 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 74

    This directory section is an editorial feature published in every issue for the convenience of the readers of MARITIME REPORTER. A quick-reference readers’ guide, it includes the names and addresses of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of all types of marine machinery, equipment, supplies and

  • MR Oct-19#33  Hutchinson  based Kansas City Southern railroad  were from container)
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    Panamanians, the U.S. Measurement System or PC/UMS tons, ering the competitiveness of the water- into mega cargo handlers; Hutchinson based Kansas City Southern railroad were from container vessels), has seen way, included the possibility of a Fourth Whampoa, through its Panama Ports (NYSE- “KSU”) along

  • MR Oct-19#19  at the University of Southern Cali- omy and data analysis)
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    ? rst within the areas of digitalization, auton- exercises and workshops involving a both undergraduate and graduate stu- event at the University of Southern Cali- omy and data analysis, this symposium diverse group of stakeholders, common dents. fornia back in 2010. It has also grown provides an essential

  • MN Sep-19#54  
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    , Bramson has tor of BCO Sales for Direct Chassis- The award will be presented at the been solving cyber security challenges Link. A graduate of Georgia Southern 50th annual AOTOS gala at the Sher- for more than 20 years. He is a rec- University, Wheldon also holds a Mas- aton New York Times Square Hotel,

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    . She received a mas- 17 years. Crowley also promoted Peter ter’s degree in business administration business administration from the Uni- versity of Southern Mississippi and an Sutton to vice president of health, safe- from Harvard Business School. September 2019 MN 52 MN Sept19 Layout 50-59.indd

  • MN Sep-19#34  the barges we use in our Southern Fleet,” reports Demske)
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    ciency that are built into each new towing vessel.” – Vane Brothers President C. Duff Hughes Credit: Maritime Assoc. of NY/NJ of the barges we use in our Southern Fleet,” reports Demske, ing exceptional power and performance to Vane’s grow- “We were happy to make a lasting business connection.” ing ? eet,”

  • MN Oct-19#51 VESSELS
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    VESSELS Conrad Starts Production on Second 6000 HP Towboat Marine of New Orleans. The 166-foot long Subchap- ter M compliant vessel is powered by Tier IV compliant engines. Conrad has orders from two customers for the vessels. Conrad worked closely with MiNO Marine, who developed the design based on

  • MN Oct-19#32  containers delivered to  with southern Connecticut (circumventing)
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    projected costs of building bor Harvest, a newly launched service linking Long Island a coastwise feeder vessel, handling containers delivered to with southern Connecticut (circumventing the worsening deep draft ports and delivering for the ? nal short leg to I-95 and I-495 snarl in the NYC metro area.

  • MN Mar-19#53  America logistics. All  Southern California Regional Rail)
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    has been appointed vice presi- ernment and regulatory affairs at the gram. He also serves as a member of the dent of Central America logistics. All Southern California Regional Rail Au- board of directors of PMSA. three report to Steve Collar, senior vice thority (Metrolink). Cohen earned a Aurichio

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    SAFETY that’s Sub M with a TSMS. Look at system to continuously improve. Ken your risks and minimize them. You do Hebert is living proof that not only it everyday in the offce, in the wheel- can the small company comply with house or on deck. Now do it with the Sub M but that the three-boat com- bigger

  • MN Mar-19#38   bypass congestion at Norfolk Southern’s (NS) 19-track 
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    A series of new connections will allow rail freight to will be under construction during the frst quarter of 2019. bypass congestion at Norfolk Southern’s (NS) 19-track Total project cost is $17 million; a full funding package switching yard, moving to new Port-owned tracks that will was not available

  • MN Mar-19#8 Authors   Contributors
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    Authors Contributors & Domenic Carlucci is currently Tom Ewing is a freelance writer the ABS Manager for Machinery, specializing in energy and envi- Electrical and Controls Technol- ronmental issues. ogy. Since joining ABS in 2008 Carlucci has held several senior Pat Folan is a partner in Tug &

  • MR Sep-19#58 This directory section is an editorial feature published)
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    This directory section is an editorial feature published in every issue for the convenience of the readers of MARITIME REPORTER. A quick-reference readers’ guide, it includes the names and addresses of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of all types of marine machinery, equipment, supplies and

  • MR Sep-19#13  Markets such as Asia, the southern  scale FSRU projects)
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    price-sensitive markets. in South Korea or China. Of current full- fordable prices. balance the risks associated with nation- Markets such as Asia, the southern scale FSRU projects, ABS is classing a In this market uncertainty, short-term al legislation, base load cargo volumes hemisphere or the Caribbean

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    This directory section is an editorial feature published in every issue for the convenience of the readers of MARITIME REPORTER. A quick-reference readers’ guide, it includes the names and addresses of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of all types of marine machinery, equipment, supplies and

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    S SHIPBUILING SHIPYARD SNAPSHOTS Detyens Shipyard Eastern Shipbuilding Celebrating more than Eastern’s proven ship- 50 years of service to building expertise al- the maritime communi- lows the ? rm to build ty, Detyens Shipyards, and deliver any type Inc., located in the his- of vessel that client’s

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    both sign and manufacturing. AAM guides clients through each step of the pro- repair and new construction services at its ? ve shipyards located in southern cess, delivering value on a vessel that is truly unique to its speci? c application. Louisiana and Texas. Increased production capacity and a