—Literature Avaialble— Jeffboat, a subsidiary of American Commercial Lines Inc., recently held a press conference to announce plans to reopen its towboat and barge construction facilities at the Jeffersonville shipyard during the third quarter of 1989.
Hydranautics reports that it has solved the problem of inadequate port facilities in rapidly developing countries where ports are overcrowded or where no facilities exist. The most recent installation of Hydranautics portable pier equipment is
Dravo SteelShip Corporation, Pine Bluff, Ark., recently delivered two 60-foot by 22-foot by 9.5-foot crane boats to Weber Marine, Incorporated of Burnside, La. These new boats, the MAR-LO, and the GOOG-E (shown above), are powered by twin GM 12V-71 diesel engines rated at 340 hp each.
Eastern Marine Inc., Panama City, Fla., has delivered a harbor/ coastal-type, Z-Drive Class tugboat to the nation's leading producer of nuclear submarines for the U.S. Navy. The 98-foot, 659-ton M/V Winslow C. Kelsey, built for General Dynamics' Electric Boat Division of Groton, Conn.
According to Omnithruster Inc. president Charles M. Aker, three new U.S. Navy YTT Class torpedo and mine testing vessels will be equipped with Omnithruster hydrojet maneuvering and propulsion systems. McDermott Shipyard, Amelia, La., has contracted
MacGregor Far East (MGFE), the Tokyo-based member of the MacGregor International organization, has received orders to supply cargo access equipment for 33 vessels to be built for Paraguay. Thirty are dry cargo barges to be delivered by Mitsui Engineering
The first of 60 grain barges has been delivered to the American River Transportation C o m p a ny (ARTCO) by the Nashville Bridge Company (NABRICO). The barges are 195-foot rake hopper and 200- foot box hopper barges being constructed at the NABRICO Ashland City, Tenn.
Pusnes M a r i n e & Offshore Services Establishes Factory Service And Sales O u t l e t In N e w Orleans A r ea
— L i t e r a t u r e A v a i l a b l e— A/S Pusnes Marine and Offshore Services, Arendal, Norway, has recently established a factory service and sales outlet in the New Orleans area. Pusnes, Norway was originally established in 1875 to build sailing ships.
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