R.J. Reynolds Industries Elects McEvoy To Board

Michael R. McEvoy, executive vice president of R.J. Reynolds Industries, Inc., Winston-Salem, N.C., has been elected to the board of directors of the company. Mr. McEvoy moved to the executive vice presidency last September f r om his position


Eastern Shipyards Delivers Fish Processor 'Northern Victor' Following Complex Conversion

Eastern Shipyards, Inc., Panama City, Fla., recently delivered the Northern Victor, a huge U.S. owned and U.S. flagged fish processing vessel to an Alaska-based fishing group. The 379-foot former drill ship, the largest vessel ever worked on by the yard,

PNOC Marine And Bardex Hydranautics Build World Class Shipyard

The PNOC Marine Corporation facility at Batangas Bay in the Philippines has experienced dramatic and rapid growth during its short five-year life. It has developed into a modern Lloyds-rated Class A shipbuilding and repair complex. Strategically located on a 50-hectare site at San Miguel,

Fleet Oiler Construction At Penn Ship Adds To Beginning Of A New Era

Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company, Chester, Pa., announced that on Saturday, July 12, 1986, the keel was laid for the first of three new Fleet Oilers (TAO-191, Hull #1) being constructed for the U.S. Navy. In addition, Penn Ship announced that Monday,

N e w Labor Agreement At MIL-Davie To Increase Shipyard Efficiency

One of Canada's largest shipyards, MIL-Davie, Inc., Lauzon, Quebec, has signed a three-year collective agreement with unions representing the yard's 1,800 production workers which will achieve greatly increased efficiency and competitiveness by introducing new working methods,

Jacksonville Shipyards Awarded $2.5 Million To Repair Pemex Ship

Jacksonville Shipyards, Inc. (JSI), Jacksonville, Fla., has been awarded its largest contract since reopening, worth about $2.5 million, to repair the Petroleos Mexicanos S.A. (Pemex) ship Cantarell, which was damaged by an explosion last year.

Orders For Six Ships To Cost $180 Million Placed By Cast Group

Cast Containers S.A. of Fribourg, Switzerland, recently announced that the Cast Group has just ordered three new vessels to be built in Korea for its North Atlantic Container Service. This order is in addition to three container vessels contracted for in Yugoslavia earlier this year.

Magliocca Elected New General Chairman Of NSC Marine Section

Thomas C. Magliocca, marine manager of Atlantic Cement Company of Ravenna, N.Y., has been elected to a one-year term as general chairman of the Marine Section of the National Safety Council. A veteran of more than 30 years in the maritime industry, he succeeds Richard L.

Saab's Computerized Cargo Handling System Selected By United Tankers Of Sweden

Saab's new computerized cargo handling system, the MaC/501, was recently selected by Swedish shipowner United Tankers for installation on its new product tankers. The two vessels have been ordered at the Uljanik shipyard in Yugoslavia (hull nos.

Barracuda Technologies Expanding Its Services To United States

Barracuda Technologies Inc., one of the world's largest manufacturers and suppliers of structural polymer alloy foam core materials used in the construction of large FRP sandwich vessels, is expanding its engineering services group to the United States.

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