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  • Penske GM Power, Inc. of Lodi, N.J., was host recently to some 25 New York area marine operating and engineering personnel at a Whitehall Club luncheon. Company president Eugene Enlow told guests that Penske has the desire and ability to provide service support for the marine industry.

    His presentation described the company as a significant force in transportation and applied power that has continued to be responsive to customer needs through commitment and leadership.

    Richard Diegnan, executive vice president, discussed Penske GM Power's facilities, products, and, most important—people. His enthusiasm was obvious when he referred to the experience and demonstrated ability of Penske service technicians in the field.

    His philosophy echoed the remarks made by Mr. Enlow when he stated that "the salesman makes to first sale, but service sells the rest." Mr. Diegnan introduced Herb Towers, vice president of sales, who handled the Detroit Diesel Allison product update.

    "Advanced engineering and manufacturing technologies are sure to guarantee the reliability and integrity of the world's most popular engines," he said.

    Roger S. Penske, chairman and chief executive officer, was in attendance to meet with guests and reaffirm his commitment to service excellence. He pointed out numerous examples of applied technology and manufacturing ability fielded by his company throughout the world. His clear understanding of effective communication, on-going training, and customer support reflected confidence in the ability of Penske GM Power to provide the competitive edge through quality repair and lasting value, with genuine products.

  • South Milwaukee office. Aerospace Group vice president Saleem S. Naber will maintain his office in Lynwood and guide the activities of Western Gear's Applied Technology Division in City of Industry, Calif., as well as the company's other aerospace unit, the Flight Structures Division of Jamestown, N

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  • Room Simulator (ERS) contracts around the world in the last few months. The company will deliver the latest version of its ERS, K-Sim Engine, to a new Applied Technology Facility at the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) in New Zealand. Set for delivery in June 2014, this will be the first

  • pressure on random samples, 10 percent of manufactured blocks tested at service pressure for 24 hours.   Case Study Trelleborg’s applied technologies operation recently engineered and manufactured a custom syntactic foam buoyancy package for the Schmidt Ocean Institute for use on its new ROV

  • ." said Wiersema. "ACERT is the combination of these technologies that get us there." "ACERT is scalable, flexible and adaptable," said James Weber, Applied Technology Development Manager. ACERT debuted in Caterpillar truck engines, a standard progression to market as this sector has environmental emission

  • of engineered services and products primarily to the offshore oil and gas industry, with a focus on deepwater applications. Through the use of its applied technology expertise, Oceaneering also serves the defense, entertainment and aerospace industries. Oceaneering’s business offerings include remotely

  • services; climate change vulnerability assessments and sustainability; and ecological risk/impact assessment and remediation planning. Expertise is applied to perform measurement programs for offshore energy, and operate port and harbor monitoring systems. The company also supports coastal infrastructure

  • Videotel is incorporating a new form of training delivery, designed to respond to the demands of the post internet age. It is moving to the ultimate in interactivity, by using gaming technology for serious purposes.   Using serious games technology, Videotel is putting the learner into a real life scenario

  • Tracor, Inc., Austin, Texas, has announced that its Applied Sciences Group has received an initial contract of approximately $1.1 million from Fujitsu Ltd., Japan, to develop a computerbased Tactical Support Center for the Japanese Maritime Defense Agency. William C. Moyer, group vice president f

  • the water during sailing and thereby the fuel consumption, which results in increased CO2 emissions as well as increased costs for the ship owner. Paints applied to the underwater areas on the hull of ships therefore often contain biocides to hinder biofouling growth or possess non-stick properties, allowing

  • Tracor, Inc., of Austin, Texas, announced recently that its Applied Sciences Group has received an initial $4.6-million contract with a potential value in excess of $9.9-million over the next two years from the Naval Sea Systems Command. The contract is for continued engineering and technical

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