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White Named Senior Vice President At American Systems Engineering

American Systems Engineering Corporation, headquartered in Virginia Beach, Va., has announced the promotion of Eugene E. White to senior vice president in recognition of his major contributions to the firm's success and growth during the past four years.

 

Veliotis To Manage Electric Boat Div.

General Dynamics Corporation has announced that P. Takis Veliotis has been named general manager of its Electric Boat Division, Groton, Conn., the company's largest operating component. Gorden E. MacDonald, who has been serving as acting general manager at Electric Boat,

Interlake's 'De Lancey' Christened- Longest Vessel On The Great Lakes

The motor vessel William J. De Lancey (shown above), at 1,013.5 feet the longest vessel on the Great Lakes, was christened recently. The vessel was built for The Interlake Steamship Company, which is operated by Pickands Mather & Company, Cleveland.

Bailey Reorganizes Miami Operations—Paul Gausted Appointed Vice President

According to Sigurd Nilsen, president of Bailey Refrigeration, the firm's highly successful Miami branch has been reorganized as a separate company within the Bailey group of companies. "The growth of cruise activity out of south Florida has been phenomenal," says Mr.

Nauticast AG

Following the company strategy to expand its global business, Nauticast's SOLAS Class A AlS-Transponder was recently granted two further regional approvals: The USCG/FCC-approval for the North-American market and the CCS-approval for the emerging market of the Federal Republic of China.

Cruise Passenger Travel Grows 8 Percent; New York and Galveston Post Big Gains

The top ten cruise lines carried 8.3 million passengers on 3.840 North American cruises in 2003, up eight per- cent over 2002. the U.S. Maritime Administration (MarAd) reported recently. And a recent report in the Wall Street Journal (Tuesday, February 24).

Title XI Approval For Three Product Carriers To Cost $197 Million

The M a r i t i m e Administration has approved in principle the application of First Attransco Tanker Corp., Second Attransco Tanker Corp., and Third Attransco Tanker Corp. for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing the construction of three 50,884-deadweightton oil product carriers.

APL Makes Personnel Promotions Worldwide

The American President Lines of San Francisco, Calif., has announced a series of personnel promotions and transfers in its worldwide organization. Donald J. Duffy has been named regional marketing manager- northern California, replacing Ronald J.

Gerald Carson Joins APL As North America Director Of Operations

Gerald R. Carson has joined American President Lines (APL) as a director of operations, North America, according to Lorenz P. Robinson, vice president for the North America area. Mr. Carson is responsible for the overall coordination and control of

Texaco Signs Globtik Ship Management Contract

William R. Cumming, president of Texaco Marine Services, Inc., recently announced that TMSI has signed a ship management agreement with Globtik Tankers London Limited to manage the tankers M/V Brazil Pride and M/V Brazil Glory. TMSI, a wholly owned subsidiary of Texaco Inc.

 
 
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