The Dravo Corporation's Neville Island Shipyard, Pa., recently launched a 195-foot by 35-foot covered hopper barge, W.B.L. 114 — one of two delivered by Dravo to C.G. Willis, Inc., of Paulsboro, N.J. Outfitted for both push and hawser towing, the
Crowley Marine Services recently accepted the delivery of Alert — the first of a trio of new 140 ft. (42.6 m), 10,192-hp Prevention and Rescue Response Tugs (PRT's) under contract with the Alyeska Pipeline Service Company for use in both Valdez Harbor and Prince William Sound, Alaska.
Six maritime industry leaders, including a top official of the International Longshoremen's Association (AFL-CIO), were honored by the National Safety Council for actions in behalf of worker safety. Five of the group were cited for outstanding
—Color Brochures Offered Asianlift, a specialized marine heavy-lift pool, has been formed by two widely experienced companies in this field—Far East Levingston Shipbuilding Ltd. (FELS) and Smit International South East Asia Ptd. Ltd. The Asianlift
The Marine Section, National Safety Council—largest group in the United States maritime industry promoting company efforts to reduce employee accidents — will hold its 61st annual convention and seminar on October 2-4, 1978 at the Palmer House Hotel in Chicago, 111.
A complete computer system, which serves to minimize ecological damage and financial loss from ship accidents at sea, is now being marketed by Kockums Automation, a member of The Kockums Group of companies which includes one of the world's major shipyards.
The Canadian Institute of Marine Engineers (CIMARE) will hold its Annual General Meeting and Seventh Annual Technical Conference, Mari-Tech '85, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Montreal on May 8-10. It will be hosted by the St. Lawrence Branch of Montreal.
Capt. S. Fraser Sammis, president of the National Cargo Bureau, New York, N.Y., and a longtime leader in ship i n d u s t ry safety, has been elected general chairman of the Marine Section of the National Safety Council for the coming year. He succeeds Capt.
The board of directors of The American Waterways Operators, Inc. has elected William A. Creelman to serve as its chairman of the board. Mr. Creelman, who is president of National Marine Service Incorporated of St. Louis, Mo., will be completing the unexpired term of Archie L.