W.L. (Lynn) Nelson, managing director of Butterworth Systems (UK) Ltd., has retired after 33 years of service with that company. Succeeding him as managing director is Derek C. Denyer, who was appointed to the board of directors of Butterworth Systems (UK) Ltd.
Power systems specialist Rolls-Royce now derives nearly $1.5 billion of total annual sales of $8.7 billion from the marine market, and an important element of its growth strategy in the marine domain is the development of its electrical capabilities, products and technology.
James R. Kelly, director of the Delaware River Port Authority's World Trade Division and a past president of the North Atlantic Ports Association, has been named to succeed executive director William W. Watkin Jr. as head of the bistate agency.
M/G Transport Services, Inc., I l l East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Midland Company, has announced plans for a major revision in its senior management staff, effective the first of the year. J.P. Hayden Jr.
The first open hatch vessel (12,000 dwt) with gantry cranes was delivered to Oestberg's Rederi, in Norway, December 1962. This revolutionary vessel and crane design was a result of cooperation between Oestberg, Crown Zellerbach Co. and the Munck Group in Bergen.
Stolt-Nielsen, BP Tanker Company, and bankers, together with their lawyers and financial advisers, met in Paris on August 2-4, for the signing of the various documents enabling BP to make its i n v e s t m e n t in the Greenwich, Conn.-based specialist chemical
Harry S. Burker Jr. has been elected president and chief executive officer, and member of the board of directors of Siemens-Allis Inc., it was recently announced. He succeeds C.W. Diercks Jr., who will serve as president and chief executive officer of Utility Power Corp.
OMI Corporation for its first quarter ended March 31, 2002 reported net income of $377,000 for the first quarter 2002 compared to net income of $28,378,000 for the first quarter 2001 "We are pleased to record a profit for the first quarter in view
The Maritime Administration will host the 1984 Fleet Management Technology Conference at the Sheraton Plaza Hotel in Chicago, 111., April 25-27, 1984. It will be the fifth annual conference of the FMT Program, which has been established to improve productivity,
Literature Offered Intertrade Industries of Huntington Beach, Calif., recently received an additional U.S. Navy contract for the supply of foam-filled marine fenders. Contract DLA500-86-C- 0758 was issued to the firm by the Defense Logistics