Singapore, once revered for its seem- ingly insurmountable edge in the ship repair and conversion business, has fall en on harder times in recent years. The forces which have slowed the area's break-neck pace of expansion and dom- inance are not
The Maritime Administration has awarded an $18,396,652 contract to Dillingham Ship Repair of Portland, Ore., for the conversion of a National Defense Reserve Fleet containership into the third in a series of U.S. Navy Auxiliary Crane Ships (T-ACS).
The Maritime Administration has awarded a $226,000 contract to International Maritime Associates, Inc. (IMA), a Washington, D.C. management consulting and planning firm, to study future demand for product and chemical tankers. Participating with IMA in the project are Chem Systems,
The Offshore Division of Houston Ship Repair. Inc. (HSR) completed two rig upgrades for Global Marine. HSR was the primary contractor for the repowering and mud system enhancement stages of the Glomar Baltic I upgrade project. The Marathon LeTourneau Super
Earlier this year, Houston Ship Repair, Inc. of Houston was awarded a $1,175,000 fixed-price contract by the Maritime Administration to reactivate the cargo ship Hattiesburg Victory. The refurbished vessel sailed from Houston recently in service with the U.
A general meeting of the Southeast Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was held recently at the Jacksonville Hilton, Jacksonville, Fla. The theme of the meeting was the conversion and repair of the cruise ship M/V Skyward, operated by Norwegian Caribbean Lines.
The expanding capabilities of Norfolk Shipbuilding & Drydock Corporation's three shipyards located in Norfolk, Va., are described and pictured in a recently published four-color brochure. Established 60 years ago, Norshipco has grown into a threeyard "ship