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Two Samsung-built Hapag-Lloyd Ships Feature Unique Asymmetric Stern

The Koje Shipyard of Samsung Shipbuilding & Heavy Industries Company, Ltd. in Korea recently delivered two multi-purpose containerships to Hapag-Lloyd A.G. of Hamburg, the West German shipping company that operates worldwide services. Christened Humboldt Express and Cordillera Express,

 

Derecktor Expansion in Bridgeport Extends Capabilities

The expansion of fast ferry building facilities has taken another gigantic step on the U.S. East Coast. In concert with a beehive of new capacity construction down south, Derecktor Shipyards recently announced that it has completed construction on a 45,000 sq.

SNAME Chesapeake Section Elects Officers- Hears Paper On Domestic LNG Vessel Construction

The Chesapeake Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers held its final meeting of the 1976-77 season at the Officers Club of the Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, D.C. The meeting included election of officers for the next year,

Service Machine Group Develops Plans for a Diving Support Vessel

Service Machine Group, Inc., a Terramar company headquartered in Morgan City, La. in cooperation with Design Associates, Inc., of New Orleans, has developed plans to produce a 205-foot diving support vessel (the DSV 205). Service Machine president

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Literature is being offered detailing a compact, highly efficient oily water separator, the latest product being marketed by the Pump & Compressor Division of Hamworthy Engineering Limited of Poole, Dorset, U.K., to combat pollution by ships' bilge and ballast discharge.

Bath Saves Time-Money With New Ship Insulation —Literature Available

Major cost and time savings in naval ship construction are estimated from a newly developed insulation being applied to FFG-7 Class guided-missile frigates under construction at Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine, a Congoleum company. The new insulation,

RINA Backs Emission Cruise Ship Project

SAFENVSHIP, a $14.9 million EU project to develop design methodologies and testing technologies, which can be used in the development of future large passengerships, was launched at the Genoa headquarters of Italian classification society RINA on July 5.

Two-Stroke Milestones

Eastern seaboard operator Gypsum Transportation provided a beacon for the industry when it nominated a camshaftless, electronically controlled Sulzer diesel engine for its 50,000-dwt-bulker newbuild project. Now, the interests behind a Mediterranean

$84.2 Million In Contracts Signed For Construction Of 2 Big Bulkers In Brazil

Contracts worth the equivalent of $84.2 million for the building of two 170,000-dwt bulk carriers were signed recently in Rio de Janeiro by the Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Economico e Social national development bank and the stateowned Docenave bulk carrier fleet.

M a r A d W i l l Sponsor C o a l - F i r i n g Seminar

The U.S. Maritime Administration will hold a seminar on "Coal- Firing Technology for the Maritime Fleet" on May 19, 1980, at the Seamen's Church Institute in New York City. "The enormous i n c r e a s e s in ships' fuel costs and the increasing dependence

 
 
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