maritime

Good opening round for German contender

It is difficult to quantify the benefits that derive from putting resources and management time into trade fairs. As with any such promotion, the industry characteristically sees this as an element of long-term commercial strategy. Feedback from

 

TeleSystems Concludes Distribution Agreement With Grove Of Canada

TeleSystems of Fairfax, Va., a Comsat Company, recently concluded an agreement with Grove Telecommunications Ltd., whereby that Canadian company will become a major distributor for TeleSystems, MCS-9000 maritime satellite communications terminal.

MSC Awards Biospherics Contract For 40 Oilarms — Option For 40 More

Biospherics Incorporated, Rockville, Md., known for its rugged sewage treatment plant instrumentation, is going to sea with a versatile new oil discharge monitor, the Oilarm. Applying its knowhow for making things work in harsh environments, the firm has turned out a tough,

Improved Marine Boiler Reliability — Phase II

Recommendations Are Presented Which Will Enable The Boiler Purchaser Or Designer To Specify Materials, Design Features, And Operating Guidelines Which Should Assist In Establishing Boiler Reliability In an attempt to investigate the phenomena which affect marine boiler reliability,

SNAME Annual Meeting

Robert T. Young, president of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, has announced the complete schedule for SNAME's 86th Annual Meeting to be held on November 16-18, 1978, at The New York Hilton Hotel. The meeting actually begins on Wednesday afternoon,

The Double Ended Ferry — (Norwegian Style)

Norwegian endeavors to revolutionize the doubleended ferry concept have reached an important new stage with the confirmation of an opening order for the innovative FerryCat design to serve a busy route on the country's fjord-indented coastline. Developed by Fjellstrand,

Electro-Nav Introduces New Watch Receiver —Literature Available

Electro-Nav president Robert E. Negron announced recently the introduction of the company's new EN 2182R Watch Receiver, designed to meet IMCO A.383 requirements for continuous monitoring of the 2182KHz voice distress frequency. "The IMCO deadline for compliance went into effect in May,

 
 
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