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Sperry Gets $62.8-Million Navy Contract For Frigate Combat Systems Work

Sperry Corporation has been awarded a $62.8-million definitized contract by the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command for engineering, development, integration, and production support of combat systems on 11 Perry Class (FFG-7) guided-missile frigates.

ILU Asks Speed-Up In Use Of Electronic Claims Systems

When arranging coverage for a ship in the London market, insurance brokers will soon be able to conduct negotiations with underwriters over a computer. Already, dummy trials are being held, with live electronic placing scheduled to start in April.

Wallem, Drew Team to Offer "Total" Solution

Last month, RealMarine Solutions, consist ing of the Wallem Group and Drew Marine, unveiled Total Procurement Solutions (TPS), a low-bandwidth, shipboard electronic procurement system. In effect, TPS is the commercial version of Wallem's in-house procurement system,

GE Reorganizes Its Installation & Service Engineering Division

General Electric's Installation & Service Engineering Division (I&SE), the company's on-site field engineering service arm, recently announced a new organization structure. "The purpose of the new structure is to place greater focus on served

MarAd Expands Electronic Bulletin Board

MarAd has expanded its computerized bulletin board to include "MarAd Advisories" and "Special Warnings to Mariners." This new section includes "MarAd Advisories In Effect" and "Special Warnings In Effect" issued to mariners from the MarAd's Office of Ship Operations and the U.

 
 
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