Bruce Kasen, vice president, marketing, Timmons & Charles, Inc., has announced the appointment of George S. Mahaly to manager, technical services. Mr. Mahaly joined T&C in 1973, and has previously held the positions of field service section chief and consulting engineer.
"Hamburg has the facilities — and the drive — to develop into the most important North Sea/Baltic port for handling United States cargoes," according to Helmut F.H. Hansen, executive director of port commerce, Port of Hamburg. That was the message
Autronica Marine U.S.A., Northvale, N.J., has announced the promotion of Harry S. Ford to vice president and director of technical services. Autronica Marine U.S.A. represents the Norwegian Companies of Autronica A/S and Moland Automation A/S,
Far East-Levingston Shipbuilding Ltd. (FELS) of Singapore has expanded its operations in the United States with the appointment of a U.S. representative. Lovie and Company, Inc. of Houston, spearheaded by Peter M. Lovie, has been selected by FELS
Part of the curse of corporate consolidation comes in the combining of or complete re-naming of the new entity. The quandary: maintaining critical market awareness of individual brands while adequately communicating the entirety of the new organization's capabilities.
As part of Sembawang Shipyard's $20- million expansion and modernization program, a new $9-million finger pier has recently been completed to supplement the host of other sophisticated facilities at the Singapore yard. The new pier, allowing easier
Eric de Spirlet, president of Atlantic Overseas Corporation, Five World Trade Center, New York, N.Y. 10048, has announced the appointment of Henry Diercxsens as vice president of Atlantic Overseas Corporation. Mr. de Spirlet went on to say: "We are delighted to have Mr.
Ecomarine USA and OMI Petrolink Corp. have formed a joint venture, Ecomarine Gulf, to provide advanced technology and services for marine pollution control, oil spill response, and marine monitoring and mapping in the states bordering the Gulf of Mexico.
Eastern Marine, Inc. of Panama City, Fla., recently delivered the 64-foot aluminum passenger launch P.C.C. Colibri (shown above) to the Panama Canal Commission Agency of the U.S. Government. The vessel has a beam of 18 feet and a depth of 8 feet 6 inches.
Crowley Maritime Salvage, Inc., San Francisco, Calif., has just been awarded a three-year contract by the Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, D.C., to provide offshore salvage services for the U.S. Navy in a major portion of the North and South Pacific Ocean Area.