Steve Ralph has joined National Marine Service Incorporated, of St. Louis, Mo., as a shipyard division salesman, William A. Creelman, president of the company announced recently. Mr. Ralph, a retired U.S. Navy captain, has extensive experience with
Fredriksstad mek Verksted, Norway, is to build another 42,000-dwt RO/RO ship for the carriage of forest products and cars on Seaboard's cross-Pacific trade. Like the first two vessels in the series, Skaugran and Skaubord delivered from the same yard two years ago,
Marshall Hatch, president (standing), and Jack Kirk, executive vice president of Hatch & Kirk Inc., Seattle, Wash., has announced the purchase of the assets of the Cleveland Diesel Engine Division from the Electro- Motive Division of General Motors Corporation.
6 4 - P a g e T e c h n i c a l Report A v a i l a b le M.A.N.-B&W Diesel has introduced their latest design, heavy fuel burning, four-stroke diesel engine, the L58/64, with a power rating from 8,000 to 15,000 bhp. M.A.N.-B&W reports the most noteworthy
The Shipyard Division, National Marine Service Incorporated, will open a new division location, E.E. Ahlemeyer, president of the division has announced. The new facility will be in the New Orleans, La., area on the Harvey Canal. Located at 540 Destrehan Avenue in Harvey,
The Society of Marine Port Engineers, New York, N.Y., Inc., and the State University of New York Maritime College recently co-sponsored the 40th Annual Fort Schuyler Forum. Held on the SUNY Maritime College campus in the Bronx, the forum focused
UNIPAR, Inc., a division of National Marine Service, Inc., has made available literature that highlights the 40,000-square-foot facility the company has in St. Louis, Mo., to provide the diesel engine power packs, parts and components that industry requires.
The 15th International Congress on Combustion Engines (CIMAC) will be held at the Palais des Congres in Paris, France, from June 13 to 17, 1983. The first session of the CIMAC congress will be held the morning of June 13 and will feature an address by Mr.
MTU Friedrichshafen installed its first 12V 595 series diesel engine aboard the 476-foot ferry Deutschland in October of 1990. This model is rated at 2,100 kw at 1,500 rpm and replaced one of the ship's nine 1,840-kw, 12-cylinder MTU 956s. The engine has had over 4,
With the continuing consolidation in the marine engine building sector, and unwavering pressure on engine prices, the stakes are rising all the time as regards design development. But the considerable resource allocation represented in designing a new engine and bringing it to market have,