Jay Brickman has been appointed director of Caribbean and Latin American services for Crowley Maritime Corporation's Caribbean Division, according to a recent announcement by Robert G. Homan, senior vice president of the division. Mr. Brickman
Ned A. Smith has been elected vice president-financial planning and administration for American Steamship Company, Buffalo, N.Y. The announcement was made by Thomas W. Burke, president of American Steamship. Mr. Smith joined American Steamship in 1975 as controller.
New appointments in its sales organization have been announced in Auburn, N.Y., at The Cordage Group, Division of Columbian Rope Company. William S. Stroud, formerly eastern regional manager, has been appointed national market manager-heavy marine.
Billy M. Ennis has been promoted to vice president of Santa Fe Engineering & Construction Co., and assigned to company headquarters in Orange, Calif., as operations manager-marine construction. For the past five years, Mr. Ennis was assigned
A new indicator switch for use with normally closed, miniature airactuated bellows valves is now available from Nupro Company, Willoughby, Ohio. The switch threads into the top of the actuator. It activates when the valve is open, sending an electrical signal
Resistoflex, a recognized leader in the aerospace industry, now offers its high-performance fluid connectors for militiary marine use. From initial design to actual installation installation, Resistoflex integrates high technology with operational requirements to meet high-temperature,
The formation of Carter Transport Associates has been announced by R.D. Carter. The firm will specialize in developing global intermodal operating, marketing and organization systems for all carrier modes, individual shippers, shippers' associations,
American Export Lines, Inc. has announced that it had entered into agreements for the sale of its passenger vessels Constitution and Independence to Atlantic Far East Lines, Inc. The sales price for the Constitution is $2,500,000, and the net
The Maritime Administration and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have announced an interagency program to develop the nation's capacity to destroy hazardous wastes at sea aboard specially equipped, hightemperature incinerator ships. In a report released recently,
William B. Hubbard, senior vice president-operations of American President Lines, and John C. Roberts, vice president-corporate development of Natomas Company, have been elected directors of American President Lines. Mr. Hubbard, who has more than