Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., has completed a new, largebore, low-speed marine diesel engine type UEC85LSII, which has a 850-mm cylinder bore and 3,150 mm piston stroke. Mitsubishi has developed the UEC85LSII, a high-efficiency engine, emphasizing
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI), Tokyo, Japan, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, Inc., Chicago, 111., have signed an agreement with Oosterhuis Industries, Inc. of Belle Chasse, La., in which Oosterhuis will become the master distributor
New York Metropolitan Section Begins New Season With Past Chairman's Night And Third Generation Ro/Ro Paper
The New York Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers opened the 1978-79 season with Past Chairman's Night on September 19, 1978, at the Whitehall Club in New York City. The Section chairman, David A. O'Neil, introduced all the past chairmen present.
The Malacca Maru, a heavy cargo carrier employing the world's largest (600-ton) heavy derrick, has been delivered by Kawasaki Heavy Industries to its owners, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. and Nippon Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. In addition to general cargo,
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) recently started marketing a power generating system for vessels "Mitsubishi Super Turbo Generating System" designed to meet all power demands on board during navigation by effectively using exhaust gases and heat from a main diesel engine.
Plans are moving ahead quickly for the Thirty-Sixth Annual Technical Conference of the Canadian Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing Association to be held at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal, Quebec on February 14, 1984. The Annual Technical Conference,
Lykes Bros. Steamship Company of New Orleans recently awarded contracts for the construction of two additional 2,500-TEU containerships to be built in Japan. These vessels, costing some $38 million each, will be identical to four others to be
High-powered maneuvering systems and larger logistical features incorporated into today's new generation of cruise ships are causing seaports to take a close look at the infrastructures with which they are serving the industry. Management considerations
pair of self-dumping hopper barges are shaping up in one building shed at the Guangzhou Panyu Lingshan Shipyard on the shore of the Pearl River, while a 62 x 15 ft. (19 x 4.5-m) patrol launch for the Hong Kong Immigration Department awaits the installation
George A. Gabriles, president of Maencor, Inc., a Freeport, Texas, maintenance and engineering contracting firm for the marine, offshore, and chemical industries, has announced the addition of three management employees. Harry F. Koester Jr. joins the firm as c o n t r o l l e r , George H.