Kenneth Wood has been appointed president and chief executive officer of Halifax Industries Limited of Nova Scotia. He succeeds William J. Riley, who is leaving Halifax to become "more involved in offshore and other developmental activities." Mr.
Hugh F. Munroe, president and chief executive officer of Morris Guralnick Associates, Inc., has announced that Thomas John Ternes has j o i n e d the San Franciscobased firm of naval architecture and marine engineering in the capacity of supervisory
A new system, developed to reduce risk for cargo and hull damage, has proven to secure safer and more efficient sea passages for ships and cargo. Seaware Onboard is designed as a user friendly sea keeping guidance system with the intention to give ample
Approximately 30 members and guests attended a recent meeting of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the American Society of Naval Engineers at the Officer's Club, Philadelphia Naval Base. Richard Watson of the J.J. Henry Co., Inc. made an excellent presentation
Lester Rosenblatt, president of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, recently announced the following committee chairmen for 1980: Vice president—Advisory Public Service Committee—Donald P. Courtsal, vice president and general manager,
The corporate structure of Advanced Marine Enterprises, Inc. has been modified to improve response to customer requirements and facilitate diversification of services. The company is currently pursuing opportunities in the areas of energy transfer
The appointment of Edward G. Ogden as chief engineer has been announced by Bernard Delannoy, executive vice president of De- Long Corporation, 29 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10006. DeLong is engaged in the design and construction of piers, docks,
In response to the threat of invasive marine species, Sweden-based Kockum Sonics AB has developed a new concept for safe and efficient ballast water exchange on high seas. The concept is based on their two products LoadRite and Levelmaster - as