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Oosterhuis Industries Supplies American Brons Diesel Engines To Five New Offshore Tugs Ship Buying Spree

Five new offshore tugs recently delivered by U.S. shipyards were equipped with American Brons diesel engines from Oosterhuis Industries, Inc. of New Orleans, La. Oosterhuis is the American distributor for Brons and American Brons diesel engines.

 

Equitable Delivers Ferry To State Of No. Carolina

Equitable Shipyards, Inc., New Orleans, La., recently delivered the 161-foot all welded steel, twinscrew, diesel-powered ferryboat Governor Edward Hyde to the State of North Carolina, Department of Transportation Division of Highways at the Cedar Island Ferry Terminal Facility,

A Naval Architect's Look At Design Trends

Reading tea leaves on a boat underway is an exercise in frustration because just as the leaves start to settle, another wave comes along and changes the picture. Similarly, trying to foresee trends in the marine industry. Just as you see things shaping up,

Southwest Marine Yard Repowering San Francisco Commuter Ferries With Detroit Diesel Allison Engines

New diesel engines in three of San Francisco's commuter ferries are expected to save their owner, the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District, more than a quarter-million dollars a year in fuel costs. A pair of fuel-efficient Detroit

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

General Dynamics Quincy Yard Will Build Four Containerships For USL At Cost of $341 Million

A contract between General Dynamics and United States Lines, Inc. calls for the construction of four big containerships at a total cost of $341,236,000. General Dynamics will not only build the ships, at its Quincy yard, but will also own them and charter them to USL.

M i t c h e l l M a r i n e Delivers Fourth Service Boat

Mitchell Marine, builder of high quality aluminum workboats and crewboats located in Lafayette, La., has recently delivered the fourth in a series of 35-foot water taxis to Jancovich & Son of San Pedro, Calif. The standard 35-foot Mitchell design

GATX Subsidiary Orders Second Coal Carrier From Bay Shipbuilding

American Steamship Company, Buffalo, N.Y., a subsidiary of General American Transportation Corporation (GATX), has ordered construction of a second new Great Lakes coal carrier. The $22-million 770-foot selfunloading motor vessel is scheduled for delivery in 1977.

Autocator introduces Veronesi Centrifuges To U.S.

Autocator Controls, a division of T.P. Hudgins & Associates, Inc., of Houston, Texas, has been appointed the exclusive representative f o r Veronesi Separatori of Italy, manufacturers of precision centrifuges for purifying and clarifying oils

N e w Division Formed At G e n e r a l Electric H e a d ed By W . J . C i m o n e t ti

General Electric, Erie, Pa., has formed a new marketing organization, the International and Transportation Equipment Division (ITED). William J. Cimonetti has been named to head the division as vice president and general manager. The appointment was announced by Carl J.

 
 
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