At a recent gathering at the Netherlands Club in New York, J.F.W. Neeb, managing director of Amsterdam Dry Dock, and T.A.S.T. C o r p o r a t i o n , the U.S. representatives for ADM, hosted members of the marine industry and described the modernization program
One of the Maritime Administration's (MarAd) missions is to provide shipping capability during a declared national emergency. As one part of this mission MarAd has identified the need to have "on-the-shelf" plans and specifications f o r designs which will satisfy shipping requirements.
Mid-Coast Marine, Inc. (formerly Nelson Log Bronc) of Coos Bay, Ore., recently delivered its first 65-foot, twin-screw tugboat, the Andy Head (shown right), to Alaska Timber Corporation. The new vessel will perform towing and ship-handling jobs for the ATC plant in Klawock, Alaska.
Swiftships, Inc. of Morgan City, La., has acquired Mangone Shipbuilding Company of Houston from Stewart and Stevenson Services, Inc., representatives of the companies announced. Jerry Hoffpauir, president of Swiftships, and Ray Loden, vice president of
A contract to build three double-ended RoRo Ferries for the Canadian Shipping Company British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. has been won by Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft. The total value of the contracts is approximately $325 million Canadian.
The Marine Division of the British company, Houseman (Burnham) Ltd. has been acquired by Vecom B.V. of Maassluis, Netherlands. Aiming at strengthening its water treatment operations in specific geographical areas of the industrial market, Houseman
Gulf Fleet Marine Corporation, headquartered in New Orleans, La., is offering a 20-page full color brochure describing the range of transportation services it provides to the marine and offshore industries. A Houston Natural Gas Corporation subsidiary,
A full-color brochure is available describing the facilities and services of Port Houston Marine, Inc., Houston, Texas. Port Houston Marine, Inc. is located at the turning basin of Houston Ship Channel, and has a berth for vessels up to 600 feet long and 2 0 - f o o t d r a f t .
As a bastion of ship production in the under 10,000-dwt-vessel range, the industry in the northern Netherlands continues to demonstrate true global competitiveness in its chosen fields of endeavor. While much of European shipbuilding bewails the intensified onslaught from the Orient,
Yacimientos Petroliferos Fiscales (YPF), the Argentina stateowned oil company, has awarded IMODCO, a unit of AMCA International Corporation, a contract in excess of $6 million for two offshore marine terminal systems to augment two other IMODCOdesigned and