Two jackup drilling rigs were christened recently in a ceremony held at Daewoo's Okpo shipyard situated on the southern tip of the Korean peninsula. The Friede & Goldman L-780 Mod II-type rigs, which we're ordered byDUal Drilling Co. of the U.
A highly diversified maritime service company and owner of one of the world's largest privately-owned tug and barge fleets, Oakland, California- based Crowley Maritime Corporation is commemorating its centennial in 1992. Crowley Maritime began
A key East Coast shipping executive, long active in U.S. maritime affairs, has been elected chairman of the board of the American Institute of Merchant Shipping (AIMS) for the next 12 months. He is Fred S. Sherman, chairman of the board, Marine Transport Lines, Inc.
The first meeting of the 1980- 81 season of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers was held aboard the S.S. Princess Louise, berthed in the Port of Los Angeles. Nearly 50 members and guests
Veteran shipbuilding executive Richard W. Thorpe Jr. of Bath Iron Works has been elected to a two-year term as chairman of the C o m m e r c i a l Shipbuilding Committee of the Shipbuilders Council of America, Washington, D.C. Marine Marketing and Long Range Planning manager of the Bath,
The plans for the next generation of Carnival's cruise ships are being overseen by Ted Arison, retired chairman and head of the company's newbuilding program since founding Carnival 20 years ago. In the search for new designs for the 21st century, Mr.
Seatrain Lines, Inc. has announced the sale of its 225,000-dwt supertanker Brooklyn to 'General Electric Credit Corporation. The first vessel 'built by the company's Seatrain Shipbuilding subsidiary at the former Brooklyn Navy Yard, and the largest
Although the overall market share is small (four percent based on gt; seven percent based on cgt worldwide), the German shipbuilding industry is number one in Europe and number three in the world. German shipyards are specialists in building high-tech
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council reports that two of Hong Kong's biggest shipping tycoons, Sir Y.K. Pao, the head of the World-Wide Shipping Group, and C.H. Tung, the chairman of Orient Overseas Container (Holdings) and son of shipping magnate C.
Cyrus E. Webb, president of Ingram Tankships Inc., New Orleans, La., announced recently that the company had placed an order for five 37,500-dwt U.S.- flag product carriers to be built by National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (NASSCO), San Diego, Calif.