Two of the maritime industry's internationally respected organizations are sponsoring a two-day Extreme Loads Response Symposium to be held October 19-20 at the Sheraton National Hotel, Arlington, Va. The symposium is being arranged by the interagency
Schaffran Propeller Lehne & Co. of West Germany is offering free literature on the line of propellers and shaft liners produced by the company. The material points out that Schaffran serves the shipbuilding marketing with the following range of
The Gobierno Municipal de Ponce (City of Ponce), Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, recently ordered a Portainer® crane from Paceco, Inc., a subsidiary of Fruehauf Corporation, Alameda, Calif. Mayor Jose G. Tormos Vega represented the City of Ponce
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,
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,
Waukesha Engine Division, Dresser Industries, Inc., Waukesha, Wise., has entered into technology purchase, development, and transfer agreements with Guascor, S.A., a diesel engine manufacturer based in Zumaia, Spain. The announcement was made by B.
The Programme Committee for the Sixth International Conference on Liquefied Natural Gas to be held in Kyoto, Japan, April 6- 11, 1980, invites proposals for papers. The main themes of the five-day conference, which also includes parallel Workshop Sessions and an Exhibition,
Germanischer Lloyd (GL) has restructured its business operations, dividing its two main operating areas into maritime services and indus- trial services. In a press meeting in Hamburg on March 4, executive board members Dr. Hans Payer and Consul Rainer Schondube said.
M I T Announces Spring P r o g r am In Port P l a n n i n g, D e v e l o p m e n t , E n g i n e e r i ng
The Advanced Study Program of MIT's Center for Advanced Engineering Study is offering a 16-week graduate level program for practicing port planners and engineers directed by E. G. Frankel, professor of Ocean Systems, a well-known port planner and engineer,
Overseas 2 4 - H o u r Advanced Manifest Rule - Awareness All sea carriers with the exception of bulk carriers and approved break bulk cargo are required to provide proper cargo descriptions and valid consignee addresses 24 hours before cargo is