Montreal, February 10-11All speakers and topics have been confirmed for the open sessions of the 38th Annual Technical Conference of the Canadian Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing Association (CSSRA). To be held Monday, February 10 and Tuesday, February 11 in Montreal's Queen Elizabeth Hotel,
A roundup of some of the most notable vessels delivered by shipyards during 1986—selected for their outstanding design features, fuel efficiency, performance, and service characteristics. ACT 10 Jansen Werft Jansen Werft GmbH of Leer, West Germany,
Selecting a "Technology-of-the-Year" for the June 2002 Yearbook edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News was no smal task, and a decidedly unscientific one, at that. There were no editorial boards, voting slips, gala dinners or plaques. Simply put.
Stolt Tankers, pioneers in the worldwide ocean transportation of specialty liquid products in bulk, has added two new parcel tankers to its growing fleet of modern IMCO certificated tonnage. The M/T Stolt Avenir, the second of two 22,800-dwt vessels built
BoatLIFE of New York and Southampton, England, recently re- ceived a major contract from MASA-Yards OY of Helsinki, Finland, to supply deck compounds. Under the contract, BoatLIFE will supply its non-curing bedding compound and two-part polysulfide seaming
A new forward scatter turbidimeter has been announced by McNab, Inc., Mount Vernon, N.Y. The Model "S", manufactured by McNab, measures clarity in food and beverage processes and other sterile applications. These include centrifuge brewery and distillery products.
LOGISTICS: CHALLENGES IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT March 12-14, San Diego, California The San Diego Section of the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) will host the Fifth Annual Naval Logistics Symposium in San Diego, Calif., March 12-14, 1991.
For over 30 years, MMC International Corporation, Inwood, N.Y., has been serving the maritime industry by manufacturing tank gauging systems, both portable and fixed, along with a variety of vapor control valves widely recognized for their durability, reliability and ease of operation.
With an eye to changed legislative requirements governing ships trading to the United States, shipbuilder Burmeister & Wain Skibsvaerft of Copenhagen has developed a new design of combination carrier, the BCT85, that complies with the new American
The heart of today's Navy vessel, whether it is a cruiser, destroyer, frigate, corvette, minehunter or support craft, is the propulsion system. Many of these warships and naval auxiliaries demand high-performance, flexible and durable propulsion systems.