A & B Industries
L.C. Ackerman, Charles H. Eure Jr., and O. Ray Yates Jr. have been elected to the board of directors at Norshipco, Norfolk, Va. Mr. Ackerman became associated with the Walker Manufacturing Company, a manufacturer and marketer of automotive exhaust systems and filters, in 1952.
M.D. Maddox, president of Colt Industries' Fairbanks Morse Engine Division in Beloit, Wise., has announced the appointment of Marshall L. Field Jr. as vice president, manufacturing. He will be responsible for all facets of the manufacturing functions including materials,
Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Chester, Pa., has announced that Joseph J. Kleschick was elected to the Sun Ship board of directors. Mr. Kleschick is Sun Ship's vice president-marketing. Mr. Kleschick is a 1951 graduate of Villanova University
The Shipyard Division of The Great Lakes Towing Company, Cleveland, Ohio, recently completed the drydocking and overhaul of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tug Forney. The work was completed on schedule and included tank and underwater hull inspection/preservation,
Hoffert Marine, Inc., suppliers of merchant marine and naval vessel machinery, both new and rebuilt, now has an illustrated brochure available. The brochure contains photographs of various pumps, turbines and valves carried by Hoffert Marine.
Trinity Industries, Inc., has strengthened its ship repair and conversion capabilities in Beaumont, Texas, with the acquisition of a 579- foot, 15,000-ton lifting capacity floating drydock. "With this large, heavy lift drydock, we can accommodate
Liner shipping is traditionally a cyclical business, subject to dramatic peaks and troughs and sudden changes in fortune in individual trade lanes. Today's ebullience among all sectors of container shipping, including its various intermediaries,
National Supply Company, a major manufacturer of o i l f i e ld machinery headquartered in Houston, Texas, has named four men to key positions with its drilling equipment product line. Phillip P. Musmeci was named general manager-subsidiary companies,
naval operations and the top U.S. Navy officer, last month was reported as recommending that the service stick to its plan to build a multi-billion-dollar class of new destroyers despite a crunch on funds for new warships. "I'd love to have DD-21," Adm.
Ameron Protective Coatings Division of Brea, Calif., recently announced the appointment of engineering, sales and manufacturer's representatives on a national basis. Robert R. McMurchy, marketing manager of the firm's Southwest Region, announced