Krupp Atlas Elektronic Division, Jersey City, N.J., has promoted Mike Drogowitz to the position of U.S. operations manager and Ed Blayer to U.S. service manager. Formerly the East Coast operations manager, Mr. Drogowitz will expand his present responsibilities to coordinate the total U.
SCS Communications Services, based in New Orleans, has been organized to provide the Gulf Coast maritime industry with public relations, communications, marketing and advertising services. Albert W. Spindler, a veteran of more than a quarter century in the aerospace,
Marine history was again made in the Port of New Orleans recently when the two new 95-foot oceangoing tugs built by Equitable Shipyards, Inc. of New Orleans, La., were loaded aboard the clipper ship Dolly Turman. It is believed that the tugs Selat Laut
A jackup accommodation barge for Zakum Development Company (ZADCO), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, has been constructed by IHI (Ishikawajima- Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.), Japan, for use in the Persian Gulf. It will be a control and accommodation center
Boatracs has gained exclusive rights as North American distributor of Netverk's MarStar software. The product is a communications interface that allows PCs or LANs in mobile or remote locations to connect with other computer networks and software
Subsea7 travels to some of the world's most remote marine locations to provide construction, diving, pipelay and remotely operated vehicle (ROV)/survey services. Because it operates vessels throughout the world, it is essential for Subsea7 to provide
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.
COMSAT Mobile Communications (CMC) was honored with the Maritime Safety Award at the Seaman's Church Institute's 24th Annual Silver Bell Awards Dinner in New York City on June 14. The plaque, mounted on a large life ring, cites CMC and vigilant earth station operators,
The AWO board of directors, at their fall quarterly meeting in Tulsa, Okla., on September 13-14, elected James B. Potter Jr. as the Association's fourth president in its 34-year history. Mr. Potter, prior to his election as AWO's chief executive,
Anixter Bros., Inc., Skokie, 111., has published a new telecommunications catalog: "A Buyers Guide of Products for Business Communications." The buyers guide features a full line of business communications products for every facet of industry and