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Repairing Vessels Since 1834, Camden Ship Repair Company Starts $4-Million Expansion

The Camden Ship Repair Company, a shipyard which has been repairing vessels since 1834, has recently invested a million dollars in purchasing and reconditioning a 700-ton floating drydock. This facility can accommodate ships up to 160 feet in length and 60 feet in beam.

 

San Diego Section Of SNAME Hears Paper On Epoxy Resin Machinery Chocking

The last meeting of the 1976-77 program year for the San Diego Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was held on April 20, 1977, at which time the Section's past chairmen were honored. During the business meeting, the results of the elections were announced.

Ellicott Machine Corporation Announces Personnel Changes

Richard E. Bowe, chairman of the board and president of Ellicott Machine Corporation, and Charles D. Little, president of Ellicott Machine Corporation International, have announced the following three promotions and one hiring at Ellicott's Dredge Division.

Sperry Vickers Names Whited International Planning Manager

Sperry Vickers has announced the appointment of Arthur R. Whited to planning manager for its International Group. Mr. Whited will remain at the company's Troy, Mich., World Headquarters. In his new position, Mr. Whited will be responsible for managing long-range business plans,

Foster Wheeler Names Somerville Director-Equipment Business Development

Henry J. Somerville has been appointed Director of Equipment Business Development for the newly-formed Corporate Business Development Group of Foster Wheeler Corporation. The group will direct Foster Wheeler's continued expansion into new fields of endeavor.

Gus Ruetenik Promoted To Environmental Products Manager At Seaward

Seaward International, Inc. of Falls Church, Va., recently announced the promotion of Gus Ruetenik to the position of environmental products manager. In his new capacity, Mr. Ruetenik will have overall business responsibility for Seaward International's environmental products.

Pan-American Naval Engineers To Hold 1983 Meeting in D.C.

The Eighth Congress of the Pan-American Institute of Naval Engineering (IPEN) will be held in Washington, D.C., at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, Crystal City, Arlington, Va., September 11-17, 1983. In announcing plans for the meeting, Rear Adm. James W.

Bailey In New Orleans Building Stores Boxes For Five Avondale Tankers

1981 is shaping up to be a very busy year at Bailey Corporation. The New Orleans firm is presently building ship's stores boxes for five tankers under construction at nearby Avondale Shipyards. "We're probably the only Gulf Coast company that

Guralnick Organization Relocates To Enlarged Facilities In San Francisco

Morris G u r a l n i c k Associates, Inc., largest firm of naval architects and marine engineers on the West Coast, has moved its San Francisco, Calif., headquarters to an architecturally historic building at 620 Folsom Street. The move, on October 15,

Blair M. Kerr Named VP For Business Development At IMODCO

Blair M. Kerr, long identified in a management capacity with IMODCO, the pioneer offshore marine terminal company, has been named to the newly created position of vice president-business development. He was m a n a g i n g d i r e c t o r - IMODCO Limited,

 
 
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