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Riedel International Announces Key Promotions

Arthur A. Riedel, chairman and chief executive officer of Riedel International Inc., recently announced three key promotions. Jamshed (Jim) Dastur has been named president of Riedel International Constructors, a subsidiary of Riedel International, Inc.

 

Precision Ship-Handling Writ Large

On the Elbe River, the famous port of Hamburg's Nautical Institute had its final intake this year due to a shortage of prospective students. From now on it will be known as the Hamburg Institute for Ship Handling and Simulation, but for many years it sent highly trained young people to sea.

Harold Neville Named Chief Design Engineer Portsmouth Naval Yard

Harold F. Neville Jr. has been promoted to chief design engineer in the Planning Department's Design Division at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Portsmouth, N.H. He started his career at Portsmouth in April 1959 as an electronics engineer in the Design Division.

Innovative Triple-Screw Tugboat Launched By Halter Marine

Jack Edwards, president of Halter Marine, Inc., has announced the recent launching (photo) at its Lockport, La., yard of a highly innovative 140-foot tugboat, first of two under construction for Otto Candies, Inc. of Des Allemands, La. This $5-million vessel,

Levingston To Build $45-Million Jackup Rig For Noble Drilling Corp

Ed Paden, president of Levingston Shipbuilding Company of Orange, Texas, has announced plans to build a second Levingston Class 111-C jackup drilling rig f o r Noble Drilling Corporation of Ardmore, Okla. Noble Drilling, a leading domestic drilling contracting firm formed in 1921,

U.S. And Canada Agree To Cooperate In Marine Transportation R &D

Representatives of government maritime agencies of the United States and Canada have signed a formal agreement to cooperate in marine transportation research and development, it was announced recently in Washington and Ottawa. Under the agreement,

Carrington Slipways Receive Order To Build Offshore Supply Vessel

Tidewater Port Jackson Marine of Sydney, New South Wales, have placed an order with Carrington Slipways Pty. Ltd., shipbuilders of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, to build a 197- foot offshore supply vessel. The vessel will be propelled

Cargo Handling's New Force

A bold investment policy by TTS Technology of Bergen has hoisted the Norwegian group into the world's top three equipment suppliers in its specialized market segments. In many minds, the TTS name is synonymous with shipyard production systems and design,

LiCausi Establishes New Boiler Consultant Firm

A.C. LiCausi, Inc., a marine and industrial boiler consultant firm serving the maritime and industrial boiler user, has been formed in New Orleans, La., by A.C. LiCausi, president of the firm. A 1951 graduate of Stevens Institute of Technology, Mr.

Lloyd's Register Announces Major Changes For 1978

The latest edition of Lloyd's Register of Shipping "Rules and Regulations for the Classification of Ships" will be issued later this year and become effective on January 1, 1978. In addition to the many major technical Rule changes which have been made,

 
 
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