W.W. Colonna Jr., president of Colonna's Shipyard, Inc., Norfolk, Va., and the shipyard's board of directors recently announced the election of Richard H. Owen as vice president and general manager. In his new capacity, Mr. Owen will assume responsibility for all shipyard activities.
Merchant shipbuilding in Britain is going through a period of radical change and innovation aimed at overcoming the effects of falling demand for tonnage worldwide. Current strategy is concentrated on reducing head-on competition with the "price-leaders" of the Far East,
A new development within the realm of U.S. Shipbuilding — the new Kvaerner Philadelphia Shipyard (KPSI) is poised to be one of the most efficiently outfitted commercial shipyards in the world. The shipbuilding company, which occupies approximately
Serving The U.S. Inland And Coastal Waterways Vessels: Since the focus of the Annual National Waterways Conference August issue is on the inland and coastal waterways of the U.S., MARITIME REPORTER AND ENGINEERING NEWS thought it might be interesting
Bay Shipbuilding Corporation, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., recently received a $19,847,786 contract from the Maritime Administration (Mar- Ad) to convert a Governmentowned cargo vessel into a maritime training ship. Under the contract, the cargo ship Mormactide,
Stanley G. Flagg & Co. of Stowe, Penn., is offering a free catalog of its complete line of fittings and flanges for the marine industry. Flagg-Flow fittings have been a part of the Flagg product line for over 50 years. During that time, the company's
D e c e m b e r 13 B a t h I r o n W o r k s C o r p o r a t i o n . Bath, Maine, was recently awarded a $ 6 1 0 m i l l i o n contract for the construction of three DDG-51 Class destroyers, DDG-54, DDG-56, and DDG-58. The work is expected to be comp l e t e d July 1995.
The topic of new technology is the bait being thrown out to potential attendees of this year's Fish Expo and WorkBoat Atlantic show, which is scheduled to take place from October 12-14 at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, R.I. Both
The tug Jamie A. Baxter, part of the first integrated tug/barge unit to be operated by CF Industries, Inc., was recently launched at the Peterson Builders, Inc. shipyard at Sturgeon Bay, Wis. This announcement was made jointly by R.R. Baxter, president
After 18 months of talks, the international negotiators have failed to meet their own deadline for a trade agreement to end shipbuilding subsidies, the Shipbuilders Council of America (SCA) recently announced. "We are extremely disappointed," said John Stocker,