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McAllister Acquires Baker-Whiteley— Now Offers Baltimore-Based Marine Services

McAllister Brothers, Inc. recently announced the merger into its organization of Baker-Whiteley Towing Co., one of the two major tug operators in the Port of Baltimore. The announcement was made by Anthony J. McAllister Jr., president of the New York, N.

 

Omnithruster Establishes New Manufacturing Facility In Canada —Literature Available

Omnithruster Inc. has recently established a Canadian manufacturing facility in Sarnia, Ontario. The new Mark II Omnithruster series and Omnithruster ice lubrication systems will be fabricated at that plant. Omnithruster president Charles M. Aker said:

Port Of Portland's Drydock —Largest On West Coast— Arrives At Swan Island Yard

The arrival of the Port of Portland's 982-foot-long floating Dry- Dock 4 completes five years of research, planning and construction, and was made possible by the confidence and financial support of Portland Metropolitan Area voters. The Japanese

BOOM TIMES FOR KOREAN SHIPBUILDING

The world's second largest shipbuilding nation, Korea, is in the midst of a shipbuilding boom. All the leading indicators— order receipts, actual ship construction, backlogs and ship prices—are all on the rise. According to the Korea Shipbuilders' Association (KSA),

American Bureau Classes 55 Vessels In September

The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) classed 55 vessels worldwide in September, totaling 1,129,407 deadweight tons or 611,884 gross tons. The vessels classed during the month included two very large crude carriers (VLCCs), one selfelevating drilling

Zapper, Inc. Applies For Title XI To Build $9-Million Barge Carrier

The Maritime Administration has received applications from Zapper, Inc., Morgan City, La., for both a Title XI guarantee and construction-differential subsidy (CDS) to aid in financing the construction of one 7,200-dwt semisubmersible, self-propelled barge carrier.

Ohio River Terminal Renovation Increases Throughput By 75 Percent

In June, 1981, Ohio River Company's Huntington, W.Va. coal transfer terminal began operating at a throughput of five million tons per year—up from an average of 3.5 million tons per year. The 75-percent-capacity increase was gained through a 19- month

Marinette Marine Corp. Appoints J.R. Derusha Manufacturing VP

James R. Derusha has been appointed vice president of manufacturing at Marinette Marine Corporation, Ely Street, Marinette, Wis. 54143. It is the latest of several management positions Mr. Derusha has held during his 20 years with the Wisconsin shipbuilder.

AWO Urges Change In USCG User Fees Proposal

The American Waterways Operators (AWO) recently submitted comments on the Coast Guard's proposal to impose user fees for vessel inspection as mandated by the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1990. AWO's comments were developed with considerable

 
 
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