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More Than 500 Vessels Now Coated With Jotun Seaconomy

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

 

IR Generates $64M in Orders

Ingersoll-Rund said its Climate Control Sector, a provider of solutions to transport, preserve, store and display temperature-sensitive products, has received approximately $64 million in orders in recent months for Thermo King-branded maritime transport containers and related technologies.

Bailey Controls Opens New Demonstration Facility

—Literature Available Bailey Controls Company of Wickliffe, Ohio, has completed the construction of their new process control demonstration facilities. Located at the company's headquarters, the facility offers guests a chance to observe the operation of process plants,

DCS: High Speed Data To Service Fast-Evolving E-World

As the maritime world quickly embraces the technologies that offer seamless communications anytime, anywhere, it will increasingly be the challenge of communication service providers to ensure that the communication pipeline is kept open and operating efficiently.

BollFilter: 50 Years of Success and Counting

For more than 50 years BollFilter has sought to design, manufacture and deliver advanced filtration technology, specializing in filtration technology for shipbuilding and engine-building. Founded in 1950 by Messrs. Boll and Kirch in Cologne in the wake of World War II,

Grow Group Announces Merger Of Devoe Prufcoat And Napko Corporation

Grow Group, Inc. has announced the merger of its Devoe Prufcoat Division and Napko Corporation, effective February 1, 1986. The merged entity is Devoe Napko Protective Coatings, a Division of Grow Group. Napko was acquired by Grow Group, Inc. from The O'Brien Corporation on May 3, 1985.

IBM Appoints Marine Management Systems As Authorized Dealer

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.

 
 
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