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  • Richard J. Gaston has joined B u l k f l e e t Marine Corporation, Houston, as manager of engineering services. His responsibilities include maintenance and repair, c r ew t r a i n i n g , supplying the boats, and assisting in the construction of new vessels.

    A graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Mr. Gaston previously worked as port engineer in the inland waterways for the East Coast branch of Exxon U.S.A., and as a chief engineer for McAllister Brothers, Inc.

    Bulkfleet Marine Corporation, based in Houston, is engaged in the design, construction, and operation of tug-barge units chartered to oil and chemical companies for transporting materials along the U.S. Gulf, East, and West Coasts.

  • , a company based in Sharjah could control one of the most strategically located marine ports in the United States. Gulftainer through its subsidiary GT USA, Wilmington has inked a deal with the State of Delaware, USA, which would grant GT USA, Wilmington exclusive rights to operate and develop the Port

  • N.J., and Marine Car Carriers, Inc. of Secaucus, N.J. Rates also were accepted from the following companies with prior contracts with MSC: Afram Lines (USA), Ltd.; American President Lines, Ltd.; American Transport Line, Ltd.; Central Gulf Lines, Inc.; Crowley Caribbean Transport, Inc.; Dock Express

  • listed and explained in the brochure, and the names and addresses are given of representatives of CDL in England, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Singapore, USA, West Germany and the Netherlands. An outline map of Sri Lanka is included in the back of the publication, showing the location of the Colombo

  • A christening ceremony was held at National Steel and Shipuilding Company (NASSCO) in San Diego recently for the Exxon Valdez, the first of "two 209,000-dwt tankers being constructed for Exxon Shipping Company of Houston. These Alaska Class tankers are the largest ships ever built on the West Coast

  • promoted ashore as port engineer in 1975. Prior to joining Bulkfleet, Mr. Osmer served as s e n i o r p r o j e c t engineer-Operations for Exxon Co. USA. He studied for a Master of Business Administration degree f r om Pepperdine University. Bulkfleet Marine Corporation is engaged in the design

  • John G. Smith has been promoted to general manager of Krupp Atlas Elektronik U.S.A. For the past year he has served as regional sales manager for the East and Gulf Coasts. Krupp Atlas Elektronik is a leading marine electronics manufacturer based in Bremen, West Germany. The Krupp Atlas product line

  • Exxon U.S.A.'s Marine Department recently announced plans for a $100-million program to modify five of its tankers. Newport New Shipbuilding in Newport News, Va., will do the work, which is expected to be completed by mid-1981. The five tankers — the Exxon Baltimore, Exxon Boston, Exxon Jamestown

  • and aluminum boats for military, homeland security, commercial, law enforcement, SOLAS and other market segments, with more than 1,000 RIBs built in the USA and deployed worldwide. (As published in the August 2014 edition of Marine News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeNews

  • every major maritime nation. In recent years BUTTERWORTH tank cleaning machines have been installed in many of the major breweries and wineries in the USA and abroad. Over-the-road truckers also employ BUTTERWORTH machines for cleaning tanks between loaded trips with edible food products and other

  • Western Oceanic Inc. and Far East- Levingston Shipbuilding Ltd. announced they have signed a contract for the construction of a mobile self-elevating drilling unit for operation in up to 300-foot water depths. The unit will be built in Singapore for delivery in March 1981. The unit is currently availab

  • Stephen V. Ardia has been appointed acting general manager of the East Orange, N.J., manufacturing plant of Worthington Pump Corp. (USA). Prior to joining Worthington, Mr. Ardia was director of international sales for Goulds Pumps, Inc. His international experience includes four years as manager of

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