The first cement carrier ever built in Taiwan was delivered recently to her owners, Asia Cement Corporation, by China Shipbuilding Corporation's Keelung Yard. Named Asia Cement No. 1, the vessel is now operating in Taiwan coastal trade. The 6,
The New England Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers recently met at Valles Steak House in Newton, Mass., to hear the presentation of two excellent student papers. Forty-five members gathered for the occasion. Following cocktails and dinner,
Evergreen Marine Corp. of New York has announced the delivery of a new bulk carrier, the launching of another bulk carrier and a containership, and plans to begin a service from the West Coast to the Far East later this year. The announcements were made by Y.
With the recent addition of the 418-ton island house assembly, Newport News Shipbuilding completed the final construction superlift for the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt (CVN- 71). The 1,092-foot ship is coming together in time for her scheduled
A Norwegian consortium recently confirmed a contract for a new 84,000-dwt products carrier to be built by Burmeister & Wain's Copenhagen shipyard. Also agreed on was an option for a second vessel, with both carriers eventually entering service
E n e r g y Audit Corporation, Montclair, N.J., an infrared scanning inspection company, has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Navy to perform infrared electrical and mechanical equipment inspections on all of the aircraft carriers in the United States fleet.
One of the most respected names in the development of vessel designs suited to volume demand and series production, and still widely identified with the 'Liberty' ship replacement era, GTR Campbell Marine Consultants has fostered new links with the industry in China.
The American Ship Building Company has received a group of contracts totaling approximately $20 million for the conversion of a Great Lakes bulk carrier and construction of several types of barges. First of the contracts is with Cleveland-Cliffs
Gerald W. Bush, Boston's commerce and manpower director, has announced that a newly formed corporation headed by a former General Dynamics executive is seeking to acquire the facilities of the Boston Naval Shipyard and the South Boston Naval Annex
The 17,780-dwt products carrier Pertamina 1023 (shown above), constructed at the Maizuru Works of Hitachi Zosen, was delivered recently to Scorpa Pranedya Shipping, Inc., Panama. She is the fifth products carrier of the same type to be delivered