William J. Kearney has been named president and chief operating officer of the Ingalls Companies, P.O. Box 2527, Birmingham, Ala. 35202. The announcement was made by Mrs. Elesabeth Ingalls Gillet and Mrs. Barbara Ingalls Shook, co-chairmen of the Ingalls Companies.
The Energy Freedom coal barge was christened by officials of New England Electric System during ceremonies at Bay Shipbuilding Corp. in Sturgeon Bay, Wis. The Energy Freedom is a deepnotch tug barge built by Bay Shipbuilding Corp. to carry domestic coal
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Werner Funke, president of Renk Corporation, has announced the appointment of Tony Xanthos as sales manager, bearings division. Mr. Xanthos will be responsible for the sales and marketing of the bearings throughout the U.S. Prior to joining Renk,
Six maritime executives were elected to the board of managers of the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for three-year terms at the recent annual meeting of the international clas ification society held at the new world headquarters in Paramus, N.
Krupp MaK Diesel, Inc., one of the leading suppliers of medium- speed, four-stroke, heavy oil engines, has relocated its North American h e a d q u a r t e rs from Rosemont, to Glenview, 111., to provide the latest state-of-theart services to the U.
Robert E. O'Brien, president and chief executive officer of Moore McCormack Lines, Incorporated, New York, N.Y., recently announced three key appointments of that water transportation subsidiary of Moore McCormack Resources, Inc. Henry W. Born was appointed inward traffic manager, A.
John T. Gilbride Jr., vice president and general manager of Todd Pacific Shipyards, Seattle Division, announced recently that Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc. has contracted with Todd Pacific Shipyards Corp.'s Seattle division to refit two containerships
Three key appointments have been made at Delta Steamship Lines, a subsidiary of Crowley Maritime Corporation, according to a recent announcement by Richard F. Andino, Crowley senior vice president and general manager of its Latin American Division, New York.
The Galleon Agate (shown above), a 19,102-dwt cargoliner built for Galleon Shipping Corporation, Philippines, was delivered recently by the Setoda Shipyard of Naikai Zosen, an affiliate of Hitachi Zosen. She is the second of three ships of the same type ordered by Galleon from Hitachi.