A new 95-foot oceangoing tug, the Selat Siberut, built by Equitable Shipyards, Inc. of New Orleans, La., recently was loaded aboard the cargo ship Louise Lykes. The tug was built by Equitable Shipyards for the Government of Indonesia, and will be offloaded by the Lykes ship at Singapore,
Robert E. Carroll has been promoted to hull group vice president, and Stephen L. Tomlin named engine group vice president for the Shipyard Division of National Marine Service Incorporated. The announcement was made by W.A. Creelman, president. Mr.
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.
The tug-fireboats M.L. Walker and H. Burgess were christened recently at Thunderbolt Marine Industries, Thunderbolt, Ga. They are the first of a new generation of shiphandling and firefighting tugs specifically designed for work in the Panama Canal.
The naming ceremony for the 65,000-dwt product carrier Lucy was held recently at Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. Ulsan Shipyard for Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc. (OSG) of the U.S. The vessel was christened by sponsor Mrs. J.J. Klement, wife of the manager of marine transport,
MTU North America recently announced the promotion of two employees—Jeb Berg to vice president customer services and John Shock to general sales manager— as part of a company reorganization implemented to improve customer service and the overall operation of the company.
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,
Years of planning will come to fruition with the 1980 SNAME Spring Meeting and STAR Symposium. This has all taken place under a Steering Committee headed by George Uberti of National Steel and Shipbuilding, prominent in the Society's San Diego Section,
Cummins Inc. and CitiCapital have reached an agreement to promote a cosponsored marine finance program. Under the agreement, customers who purchase Cummins engines for various commercial vessels will receive exclusive finance products provided by Citi- Capital.
Richard R. Klattenberg, president of Curaship Marine Agencies Inc. N.Y., recently announced its appointment as exclusive ship repair agents for Aktien-Gesellschaft "Weser" in the U.S. One of the major German shipbuilders and marine engine manufacturers AG "Weser" has two locations.