T. Canonie Jr., president and chief executive officer of The Canonie Companies, Inc., announces the formation of a new subsidiary, Canonie-Bultema Pacific Corporation. S p e c i f i c a l ly formed to handle the West Coast operation of The Canonie Companies,
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.
Stephen V. Ardia has been appointed acting general manager of the East Orange, N.J., manufacturing plant of Worthington Pump Corp. (USA). Prior to joining Worthington, Mr. Ardia was director of international sales for Goulds Pumps, Inc. His international
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.
The appointment of John E. Lescroart as vice president, C.F. Bean Corp.'s Washington, D.C., office has been announced by Charles F. Bean, board chairman of the New Orleans, La.-based international dredging and marine contractor. Mr. Lescroart's
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
Marine interior contractor James P. Colie & Associates has completed installation of its Internet Cafes for Royal Caribbean cruise vessels, the most recent on the Legend of the Seas, which was scheduled for a December 1, 1999 completion. Dubbed Royal Caribbean Online,
— L i t e r a t u r e Available Saab Marine Electronics has developed a new version of its radarbased level-gauging system for tankers. The system is called Saab TankRadar, Model M, and incorporates all the reliable components of the original SUM-21,
In August 2000, Congress directed the President to appoint a group of experts to study the policy of the United States conwith respect to the oceans and make recommendations for changes. The legislative mandate was broad - covering protection of
Within a recent one-week period, General Dynamics Corporation accepted two conditional orders f o r six liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers at a total cost of more than $1 billion. Three of the ships were ordered by Zapata Western LNG Inc., a subsidiary of Zapata Corporation of Houston.