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Walz & Krenzer Awarded Multiple Cargo Access Door Contracts

Walz & Krenzer, Inc., located in Locust Valley, N.Y., has been awarded several contracts for cargo access doors. The company delivered two sideports and a stern door to Todd Pacific Shipyard of Seattle, Wash., for Alaska Highway ferry M/V Taku. Halter Marine of Pascagoula, Miss., has also contracted for the design and supply of sideports, hinged deck sections and personnel access sliding doors for an Alaska Highway ocean class RoRo. Currently on the design board are 18 x 12-ft. (5.4 x 3.6-m) multi-panel fire doors and 18- x 18-ft. weathertight doors being supplied to Avondale Shipyard of New Orleans, La., for its new Construction Sealift Program. Hydraulic cargo hatches are also being supplied to the yard for the U.S. Coast Guard Icebreaker program.

The Long Island company is also busy in the self-unloading vessel field. A three shipset contract from Seabulk Systems Inc. of Richmond, B.C., has been received for the design and supply of conveyor belt sliding doors and personnel access sliding doors for three ships being built by Jiangnan Shipyard in China. Walz & Krenzer and Seabulk Systems will be working jointly on both the design and supply of these state-of-the-art conveyor belt doors. In addition, two shipsets of watertight conveyor belt doors are being supplied to the Stephens-Adamson Division of Sveaala Industries Canada, to be installed on vessels operating in the China Sea.

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