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American Atlantic Shipping Launches First Ship — The M/V America

American Atlantic Shipping, Inc., One World Trade Center, Suite 1035, New York, N.Y. 10048, a subsidiary of American Marine Industries, Inc., launched the first in a series of three multipurpose breakbulk / reefer / container ships on October 14, 1978.

 

Sail Freight International Offers Design For Auxiliary Wind Propulsion

According to Capt. D.C. (Sandy Anderson, founder of Sail Freight International (SFI) of Greenwich, Conn., sail-assist should be viewed as a total performance improvement package and not solely as a fuel-conservation measure. In this light, sailassist undoubtedly

Valmet Automation Gets Order For Eight Damatic Systems From Yugoslavia

Valmet Automation a.s. in Norway recently received an order for eight Damatic marine automation systems to be delivered to the Yugoslav shipyards Split and Uljanic. These systems include monitoring as well as control functions of the propulsion machinery and electrical power station,

HHI: To Infinity & Beyond

Thirty years ago when Greek shipowner George Livanos met with Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) founder Chung Ju Yung met on a sandy beach on the tip of the Korean peninsu- la where the new HHI shipyard would stand, little did they know that 30 years later,

AMMCO Licensed To Market O&K Dredging Bucket And Cutting Wheels

American Marine and Machinery Company, Inc. (AMMCO) of Nashville has announced the signing of an agreement with Orenstein & Koppel of West Germany for the exclusive right to market O&K's complete line of underwater bucket wheels and cutting wheels in the U.

H e m p e l Coatings Announces C h a n g es

Thor Bakke, president and CEO of Hempel Coatings (USA), Inc., has announced changes in the management and national organization. The U.S. market area has been split into three regional sections: an Eastern Region, where Joel Benetti, located at Rutherford, N.

'Ocean Trade And Transport Of Phosphate Rock7

In common with most other bulk commodities, the seaborne trade of phosphate rock has been adversely affected by the prolonged world economic depression which followed the "oil crisis" of 1973. This was most apparent in 1975 and 1976, when shipments

The Future Of E-Commerce: Will The Maritime Industry Be Left Behind?

Maritime business commerce has changed rapidly over the last decade. In order to stay competitive, companies are increasingly inventing more efficient ways to conduct business. The advent of the Internet has created new tools to negotiate and complete

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,

D r e w r y Report R e v i e w s C a r - C a r r y i n g Fleet

A sector of the shipping industry which has been experiencing buoyant conditions recently is that concerned with the transport of assembled (or built-up) motor vehicles — principally passenger cars, but also trucks and other commercial vehicles shipped by sea.

 
 
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