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  • MR Oct-18#87 SKF’s retractable ?  n stabilizers, combined with the)
    October 2018 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 87

    SKF’s retractable ? n stabilizers, combined with the company’s new SKF Dynamic Stabilizer Cover system designed to reduce drag at the ? n box openings and reduce fuel consumption for the vessel by more than 1%, will result in a system that is fully adaptable to the ship’s speed, sea state and vessel

  • MT May-15#12 People & Company News
vitation to extend its role on the)
    May 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 12

    People & Company News vitation to extend its role on the Hum- underwater infrastructure. The Navy the MK19 system, was developed under ber Gateway and complete un? nished accepted delivery of Blue? n’s ship hull Of? ce of Naval Research and the EOD cable pull-ins through an externally po- inspection

  • MR Mar-80#6 )
    March 1980 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    'Birgit-N'— First Crabber/Trawler From Tacoma Boatbuilding For Bering Sea Service deck are protected by watertight doors. The efficiency of the Birgit-N's design is enhanced by the use of two 10-ton cranes, both fabri- cated by Northern Line Machine, a division of Tacoma Boat. The forward

  • MT Jun-14#43 Following the integration of Sonardyne International Ltd.)
    June 2014 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 43

    Following the integration of Sonardyne International Ltd.’s Sol- stice Side Scan Sonar with a Bluefi n Robotics Bluefi n-12 Au- tonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV), the results of recent pay- load testing have produced exceptionally high quality imagery, according to the companies involved and attested

  • MR Jan-81#12 A Review 
OUTSTANDING U.S. SHALLOW DRAFT VESSELS OF)
    January 1981 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    A Review OUTSTANDING U.S. SHALLOW DRAFT VESSELS OF 1980 The shallow-draft sector of the U.S. shipbuilding industry contin- ues its pattern of steady growth, especially in the offshore sector. Construction of utility boats, sicp- ply vessels, crexvboats, and other types to service the offshore

  • MR Mar-04#42 Tribon M3 Debuts 
Equipment Selection 
Tribon M3 Shipbuild)
    March 2004 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 42

    Tribon M3 Debuts Equipment Selection Tribon M3 Shipbuilding system offers an Equipment Selection feature, designed to offer considerable savings in the time designers spend on searching for material. The new tool Project Copy for reuse of design data is geared reduce design man-hours.

  • MR Sep-93#47 LS Appoints Langsen Vice 
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    September 1993 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 47

    LS Appoints Langsen Vice 'resident Marketing & Sales director of contracts and pricing. Mr. Terry brings to the Textron Marine Systems management team signifi- cant supervisory experience as a con- tracts/business manager. His most recent assignment was as director of pricing, administration

  • MR Apr-89#99 NAVAL & MARINE HIGH PRESSURE GAUGE GLASSES 
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    April 1989 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 99

    NAVAL & MARINE HIGH PRESSURE GAUGE GLASSES TUBULAR AND FLAT Tja.« Liquid Level 5000P.S I. at 100°F For Steam-Mica Protected ^^^ Up to 1500 pounds. SHE] MODELINE NO. 501 RED OTHER EEP/PRODOCTS Tubular ~0 ' Dial Gauges Flow Indicators Water Gauges GAUGE GLASS . WASHERS! PHONE

  • MR May-15-85#12 Smith Appointed Senior 
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American)
    May 15, 1985 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 12

    Smith Appointed Senior Vice President For American Steamship Waterhouse & Company. He holds a BS degree in commerce and finance from Wilkes College and an MBA from Canisius College. American Steamship, a subsidiary of GATX Corporation, is in its 78th year of operation. It owns and oper- ate