Officers Named By Johnston Pump Company
Appointments to the position of president, vice president-controller, and vice president, sales and marketing, have recently been announced by the Johnston Pump Company. Johnston, headquartered in Glendora, Calif., is a leading manufacturer of vertical pumps for process,
54th Annual Convention Of The Propeller Club Of The U.S.
This year's 54th Annual Convention of The Propeller Club of the United States, and the concurrent 1980 American Merchant Marine Conference, will take place on October 8-10. The host Propeller Club Ports for the event will be Seattle and Tacoma,
A W O Acclaimed For Quick, Decisive Action To Combat Drought Effects
During last year's drought crisis, the AWO won high praise from the Secretary of Transportation for its efforts to help the barge and towing industry. "I want to officially commend the American Waterways Operators for an outstanding job in helping
AWO — A Legislative Report
The Barge And Towing Industry — A Legislative Review — Dena L. Wilson, Director— Legislative Affairs Congress left Washington, D.C. for the first part of its summer recess after passing omnibus water resources legislation, H.R. 3678, on June 29, by a vote of 259-33.
Lykes Names Two Senior VPs And Three New VPs
In order to strengthen the company for its future needs and provide an organization responsive to the demands of the industry, W. James Amoss, chairman and chief executive officer of Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc., recently announced the reorganization of the finance division,
Rice Named Director of AMB Barge Train
Bill W. Rice has joined American Metal Bearing Co. (AMB) of Garden Grove, Calif, as director of its recently acquired Barge Train division. He is a program management, production, and sales specialist with more than three decades of experience.
American Club Elects Officers And Admits Central Gulf Lines
A.B. Kurz, chairman of the American Steamship Owners Mutual Protection and Indemnity Association, commonly known as the American Club, announced at the recent annual meeting that Central Gulf Lines had joined the organization. The addition of
ABS Sets Procedures For Survey Requirements Of New Int'l Agreement
The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has forwarded to its field surveyors worldwide survey instructions relating to the enforcement provisions of the 1978 Protocol to the 1974 International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS). Copies of
ABS Under Fire, Fights Back
As was the case when the Erika went down off the coast of France in late 1999, much (unwanted) attention has been focused on the classification society for the damaged product tanker Castor, in this case American Bureau of Shipping. Unlike the aforementioned example,
AAPA's 1986 Annual Convention Set For Miami
The American Association of Port Authorities will hold its 75th Annual Convention September 28- October 2 at the Omni International Hotel in Miami. Founded in 1912 and headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, AAPA represents public seaport agencies throughout the Western Hemisphere,