The spring meeting of the Great Lakes and Great Rivers Section, The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, was held at the Holiday Inn in Marinette, Wis., on May 25, 1978, with about 110 registered members and guests. The technical session,
Ivan Monk, currently vice chairman of the board of directors of DeLaval Turbine Inc., assumed leadership of the American Society of Naval Engineers on June 30, 1978, as the 85th president of the Society. The presidential term of the Society is one year.
At the invitation of Bath Iron Works (BIW), the members of the Northern New England Section of the American Society of Naval Engineers were recently treated to a tour of BIW Portland Repair Facility. This operation is the result of the combined efforts of the city,
The Eighth Congress of the Pan- American Institute of Naval Engineering (IPEN) will be held in Washington, D.C. (Hyatt Regency Hotel, Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia), September 11-17, 1983. In announcing plans for the meeting, Rear Admiral James W.
The October meeting of the Long Beach-Greater Los Angeles Section of The American Society of Naval Engineers was held in the Princess Room of the S/S Princess Louise Restaurant in San Pedro, Calif. The members and guests enjoyed the fellowship
Maritime Services Corporation (MSC) has moved to expanded facilities according to George Selfridge, CEO. The new facilities will more than triple office, warehouse and manufacturing space. Located on 3.5 acres of light industrial land in Hood River, Ore.
Appointments of three new vice presidents have been announced by The Ansul Company, Marinette, Wis. They are Hugh M. Laumeister, vice president of Marketing; Leonard R. Kroll, vice president and general manager of the Fire Systems Division; and Henry E.
Bath Iron Works Corporation (BIW) of Bath, Maine, one of the country's leading shipbuilders, has been purchased by private investors led by Gibbons, Green, van Amerongen, Ltd., a diversified investment banking firm based in New York. BIW was formerly owned by Congoleum Corporation,
Minimizing the risk of a water-borne or delivered terrorist attack is no small responsibility. Maritime Reporter visited recently with U.S. Coast Guard LCDR Stephen M. Midas. Chief, Planning and Risk Management Department, Marine Safety Office Hampton Roads, for some insights.
Kenneth H. Passe has been named manager, offshore operations- Pacific Northwest for American President Lines, Ltd., assuming the position held by Capt. Harry Greenwood, who has retired after almost 27 years of service with APL and its former subsidiary, American Mail Line.