Crowley's latest ship assist and escort tug renamed Response was christened August 2 in Elliott Bay. Deicy Mathur, wife of Anil Mathur, President of the Alaska Tanker Company, LLC, performed the christening ceremony aboard Response. A team of Crowley
American President Lines (APL) of Oakland, Calif., has called for bids for construction of an initial order of 733 forty-five-foot containers (prototype shown above), the world's first, according to Richard L. Hill, vice president for land operations and project manager.
Larry N. Lamphier, president of Welded Beam Company of Perry, Ohio, recently announced the appointment of Craig E. Morgan to the newly created position of national sales manager. He will be responsible for setting new marketing directions as well as supervising the sales force.
President John F. Sullivan Jr. of Bath Iron Works has announced four key appointments in marketing to accomplish the shipyard's new-business objectives in naval and merchant ship construction and overhauls. Richard W. Thorpe Jr. was promoted to assistant
DOD Requests $100.3 Billion To Fund Navy Programs In FY91 The Department of Defense (DOD) has requested slightly more than $100 billion to fund Navy programs in FY 1991. The funding level is virtually the same as the amount approved for this year.
Vincent R. Almerico Jr. has joined Moss Point Marine, Inc., as vice president, according to John Dane III, president of the Escatawpa, Miss., shipbuilding company- Prior to joining Moss Point Marine, Mr. Almerico had been vice president of engineering
Edwin J. Roland Jr., a naval architect and marine engineer, has been appointed vice president, technical, of Holland America Line, Stamford, Conn., parent company of Holland America Cruises. Prior to this appointment he was vice president of The Coastal Corporation of Houston,
Ron Stevens, president of Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company, recently announced that the USNS Denebola was officially delivered to the U.S. Navy on October 10, 21 days ahead of schedule. At an informal meeting with employees to announce the early delivery, Mr.
One of Canada's largest shipyards, MIL-Davie, Inc., Lauzon, Quebec, has signed a three-year collective agreement with unions representing the yard's 1,800 production workers which will achieve greatly increased efficiency and competitiveness by introducing new working methods,
Newport News Shipbuilding, Newport News, Va., which has just completed a 150-acre complex for the construction of commercial ships, has announced the first phase of what is expected to be a major facilities expansion and modernization program in its South Yard.