Electro-Nav president Robert E. Negron recently announced that Robert Summerville has been appointed manager of all the company's service operations in the United States. "Bob Summerville has spent his entire working life servicing and repairing
The appointment of William Hamilton as assistant general manager at Bethlehem Steel Corporation's San Francisco, Calif., Shipyard was announced by Gayne Y. Marriner, general manager of the shipyard. Prior to this promotion, Mr. Hamilton had been general superintendent at the yard.
Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding Corporation, 1 Riverside Avenue, Somerset, Mass. 02725, recently announced the delivery of an allsteel 48-foot by 16-foot tug, Tappan Zee II, to the New York State Thruway Authority. There is really nothing spectacular about the boat—it's just a plain,
When BP signed a Letter of Intent with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Company, Ltd. of South Korea for the Crazy Horse project in the Gulf of Mexico, it would never have expected that the project would stir up a pot of controversy regarding its name.
Southwest Marine, Inc. of San Diego, Calif., recently announced two major achievements in its more than $40-million renovation project — the signing of a contract with Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. of Japan to construct a new hi-tech computerized drydock,
Sermatech International Inc. of Limerick, Pa., is offering a new free 12-page color brochure that describes corrosion, erosion, wear, sulfidation, and hot corrosion-resistant coatings and repair/restoration technologies. The advanced technology materials
A new double-deck pier has been designed to meet the changing needs of U.S. Navy ships, and Navy engineers believe it could become the prototype for worldwide Navy facilities. Known as Pier Zulu, the facility will be built at the U.S. Naval Station in Charleston, S.
David H. Klinges, vice president in charge of shipbuilding, Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Bethlehem, Pa., recently announced a reorganization of the department, effective December 1, 1979. Continuing to head the shipbuilding executive offices are Mr.
Marine Management Systems (MMS), Inc., Stamford, Conn., recently received a contract to implement additional MMS ship management systems on-board five vessels operated by Oglebay Norton Company. The new shipboard condition monitoring and planned
The Marine Machinery Association (MMA), Washington, D.C., has announced that the organization has reluctantly accepted the resignation of Mr. Dan Marangiello, executive director. Mr. Marangiello is leaving MMA to devote full time to his own business interests.