Baldt Inc., Chester, Pa., has recently published a new four-color brochure on military shipbuilding. This brochure highlights Baldt products that have been manufactured to U.S. Navy specifications for more than 80 years. Entitled, "Baldt—Proud to be on Board,
The 273,117-dwt VLCC World Champion owned by World-Wide Shipping of Hong Kong recently became the 500th ship to be coated by Jotun's Seaconomy, a low-cost, selfpolishing antifouling said to give a drydocking interval of 30 months. The range of
Lawson Products Corporation has been purchased for an undisclosed amount by Sasakura Engineering Co., Ltd. of Osaka, Japan, it was announced by Tetsugoro Sasakura, president. Located at 70 Pine Street, New York, N.Y., since 1945, the Lawson corporate
Bergeron Industries, Inc. has announced the delivery of the barge David B (shown above) to DBC C o r p o r a t i o n of America, Houston. Constructed at Bergeron's Braithwaite, La., marine facility, the David B, reportedly the largest inland service tank barge ever built,
Alfa-Laval, Inc., of Fort Lee, N.J., a world supplier of centrifuges, plate heat exchangers, and watermakers to the chemical, food, mining, marine, power, biotech and numerous other industries, now has available a new eight-page full-color brochure.
Unitor has taken the next step in giving customers the power to manage their fleets. Customer empowerment in the area of information technology is the next generation of service supported product offerings. Unitor's new information technology system
CDI Marine Company announces the recent award of two major contracts to supply design services to the U.S. Navy. The first is a $1.3-million, one-year contract to provide design and engineering support for Navy surface ships to Supervisor of Shipbuilding, Jacksonville, Fla.
International Paint Company, New York, N.Y., has announced that the International Paint Group, the world's largest marine coatings manufacturers, has entered into a technical and commercial agreement for marine paint with the Nippon Paint Company of Osaka,
—Literature Available A new concept in rudder-shaft bearings, developed by Thomson-Gordon Limited of Burlington, Ontario, can reduce initial cost and increase wear life for ocean-going vessels, Great Lakes ships and smaller vessels down to 200 tons.
Marine Management Systems, Inc. (MMS) of Stamford, Conn., has been named an authorized International Business Machines value added dealer in the maritime industry for the entire IBM personal computer product line and accessories, according to MMS president Eugene D.