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55th Annual PROPELLER CLUB CONVENTION

The 55th Annual Convention of The Propeller Club of the United States, and the concurrent 1981 American Merchant Marine Conference, will be held in Baltimore, Md., on October 14, 15, and 16. Headquarters hotel for the event, which is being hosted by the Propeller Club Port of Baltimore,

 

Canadian Shipbuilding And Offshore And Arctic Prospects

New Policies And An Oil And Gas Bonanza Promise A Bright Future Recent news from the Canadian Arctic and the offshore continues to give promise of a bonanza of oil and gas. Exploration activity is proceeding at a good pace despite the oil glut and the drop in energy prices.

CAB Develops Portable Steel Grit Recovery System —Free Literature Offered

Complete Abrasive Blasting Systems, Inc. (CAB) of Kent, Wash., recently announced that the first portable manual air blast application of a skid-mounted steel grit recovery system f or field use has been delivered and is in service successfully.

RFD Survival Liferaft Line Gains Davit-Launch Approval

—Literature Available RFD Ltd. of Surrey, England, has now gained U.K. Department of Transport approval for the davit-launched version of its new Surviva liferaft (shown below). The approval was granted after the raft had performed successfully

Camlock Appoints Alexander Industries

Alexander Industries, Inc. has been appointed exclusive sales agent for Camlock Flange Sales Corp. (C-L Couplings), covering the area of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Alabama. The patented C-L Coupling represents a revolutionary

Coast Guard Approves Butterworth Systems Oil/Water Separators

Butterworth Systems recently announced that it has received U.S. Coast Guard approval for its SFC Bilge Water line of oil/water separators. In its approval, the U.S. Coast Guard has certified that Butterworth® SFC BW oil/ water separators comply with the specifications detailed in IMCO A.

U.S.-Flag Fleet To Double In The Last Quarter This Century

Waterborne U.S.-foreign trade will increase by more than 130 percent, and the U.S.-flag merchant fleet is expected to more than double both its deadweight tonnage and percentage of market share in the last quarter of this century, a study commissioned by

Bird-Johnson Receives Bow Thruster Contract

Bird-Johnson Company, Walpole, Mass., has been awarded a contract for a 990-hp bow thruster by AmShip Division of The American Ship Building Company. The unit will be installed as a replacement on the S/S Elton Hoyt 2nd. The Hoyt, a Great Lakes bulk freighter capable of carrying 23,

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,

Riverboat Casino Ratings Buoyed by Regulations, Demand

The operators of many of the riverboat casinos along the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers are likely to enjoy smooth sailing as growing demand, limited new supply, and relaxed regulations support stronger operating results and possibly rating upgrades, Moody's Investors Service reports.

 
 
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