Wesley D. Wheeler, president of Wesley D. Wheeler Associates, Ltd., has reestablished Wheeler Shipbuilding Corporation, a company headed by his late father, which produced numerous vessels during World War II for the United States Army and Navy,
May 4-7, 1981-Houston The Offshore Technology Conference is the definitive international forum on ocean resources exploration and production. OTC attained this distinction early in its 12-year history and continues to build on its own success
Wesley D. Wheeler Associates, Ltd. of New York, exclusive agents in the U.S. for Astilleros Espanoles, S.A. (AESA), has announced the recent delivery of three major containership conversions by the Spanish shipbuilder's Cadiz yard. The vessels are
The Moss, Norway, yard of Moss Rosenberg Verft A/S, a member of the Kvaerner Group, recently delivered the liquefied petroleum g a s / c h e m i c a l tanker Hektor to A/S Nordsjogas of Stavanger, Norway. The ship has a total cargo capacity of 24,000 cubic meters divided in three tanks.
In a joint announcement, Gerald A. Gutman, president of NAVCOM, Inc., Tom Collins, president of Collins Marine Corporation, and Don Derryberry, vice president of Gulf Radiotelephone and Electronics, introduced a new high level of service called R.
The U.S. Coast Guard has just published guidelines for the enforcement of the equipment and construction standards mandated by the Port and Tanker Safety Act (PTSA) of 1978. These requirements include s e g r e g a t ed ballast tanks, dedicated clean ballast tanks,
Texas Instruments recently introduced the TI 9900 II Loran C navigator, a complete Loran Cbased navigation system with the performance, features, and accuracy of the popular TI 9900, plus an exceptional array of additional capabilities. The TI
Federal Commerce and Navigation Ltd., Montreal, Canada, has placed orders with shipyards in South Korea and Belgium for four 138,000-dwt bulk carriers intended for the coal trade. According to Michael Bell, senior vice president, the bulk carriers are being built,
I recently expressed concern that the regulations promulgated by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) on May 18, 2004 relating to Protection ot Sensitive Security Information (SSI) are overbroad. Comments were received from some readers
Gerald Albert, president of EDO Corporation, College Point, N.Y., has announced a restructuring of its EDO-Aire operations. The communication and navigation product line, being produced at Fairfield, N.J., will be combined with the auto-pilot product