Bruce Weinstein has been named coordinator, O i l / W a t er Separation Systems of Butterworth Systems Inc. Butterworth Systems is an international company which manufactures equipment for oil/water separation, tank cleaning, underwater hull cleaning and high pressure water jetting.
Levingston Shipbuilding Company recently launched the motor vessel Pride of Texas at its Orange, Texas, shipyard. The 36,000-dwt dry bulk carrier was christened by Mrs. Valerie Nemirow, wife of Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Maritime Affairs Samuel B.
Todd Shipyards Corporation has been awarded contracts by the U.S. Navy Department to build six guided missile frigates, FFG-7 Class, of which four will be delivered to the U.S. Navy and two will be delivered to the Royal Australian Navy. These
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.
Lavino Shipping Company, Philadelphia, Pa., announced recently that it had been purchased from E.J. Lavino and Company, its corporate parent, by an investment group represented by the shipping company's current management. F.H. Muldoon, president of Lavino Shipping Company,
Jackson A. Baker has been promoted to the new position of vice chairman for Sea-Land Service, the principal operating unit of Sea- Land Corporation. He was also named chief operating officer for Sea-Land Service and executive vice president-operations for the parent company.
W.J. Amoss Jr., president and chief executive officer of Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc., has been elected chairman of the Council of American-Flag Ship Operators (CASO). Mr. Amoss succeeds W. Bruce Seaton of American President Lines, Ltd., as chairman.
Zapata Corporation, Zapata Tower, P.O. Box 4240, Houston, Texas 77001, has announced that its board of directors has elected four senior corporate executives to new posts. Zapata said that Ronald C. Lassiter and Michael R. Naess, who have been
Ralph B. Murray has been appointed executive director of the Saint John Port Development Commission in New Brunswick, Canada, succeeding Murray McCavour, who has retired. The appointment was announced by Commission chairman Hugh McLellan. Mr.
Richard Palk has been elected president of American Trading Transportation Company, Inc., according to an announcement made by that New York City-based shipping company. Mr. Palk, who had been vice president and general manager, will now serve as chief executive officer.