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Names Donald Bryant
Donald E. Bryant has been named marketing manager for container refrigeration for the
Carrier Transicold Company, di- vision of Carrier Corporation,
Syracuse, N.Y. He replaces John
A. Southworth, who has resigned to enter private business.
Mr. Bryant will be responsible for worldwide marketing of Car- rier Transicold's container refrig- eration equipment.
Mr. Bryant joined the Carrier
Air Conditioning Division of Car- rier Corporation as an application engineer in 1966. He became dis- trict sales manager for Carrier
Transicold when that division was formed in 1970.
In 1973, Mr. Bryant was named
Carrier Transicold's area contain- er refrigeration sales manager for Europe, Africa and the Mid- dle East, a position he held until his recent appointment.
Elects Steele President
Interocean Management Corpo- ration of Philadelphia, Pa., has announced the election of George
P. Steele as president. Interocean
Management is the tankship op- erating subsidiary of IOT Corpo- ration. Mr. Steele will be based in their Philadelphia home office.
Since early 1976, Mr. Steele has held the position of executive vice president of Interocean Manage-
Flexibility an important factor when AVONDALE designs and builds ships
Length overall 629'-3Vi" Beam, molded 105' Depth at center line 61'-
Avondale's latest design offers operational flexibility in a 42,000
DWT Pet Chem Class Tanker.
Flexibility of cargo... 42,000 DWT at 38' draft, or 51,000 DWT at 43*6" draft... with the ability to carry Type
II, Type III chemicals or petroleum products in varying proportions. Slow speed diesel propulsion and low propeller RPM result in good fuel economy and low maintenance.
Avondale believes in meeting the needs of the industry . . . whatever they may be. And Avondale is now building, or has under contract, 165,000 DWT tankers, 125,000 M3
LNG, LASH, A0177 Class Navy oilers, 4,750 and 8,000 cubic yard hopper dredges, 20,000 DWT double bottom barges, tug/supply vessels as well as the chemical carrier shown.
Many other ship designs are available for dry and liquid cargo, or custom designs can be formulated for your special requirements.
Ogden Marine of New York, Avondale's ship operating sister company, can also offer attractive ship chartering proposals for any ship design. Let us respond to your next build or charier requirements.
Avondale Shipyards, Inc.
A SUBSIDIARY OF OGDEN CORPORATION
P O Box 50280. New Orleans. Louisiana 70150 (504) 436-2121 ment. He joined Interocean after serving 34 years in the U.S.
Navy, from which he retired with the rank of vice admiral. His last post in the Navy was Commander of the United States Seventh
Fleet in the Far East.
George P. Steele
Mr. Steele's assignments after graduating from Annapolis in 1944 included command of the nuclear-powered Seadragon on a voyage of exploration through the
Northwest Passage under the ice pack to the North Pole in 1960.
Later, he was captain of a nu- clear-powered Polaris missile sub- marine.
David Named Director
Port Of San Francisco
Edward L. David, an executive of the Port for 18 years, has been named director of the Port of San
Francisco by unanimous vote of the five-member Port Commis- sion, with confirmation by San
Francisco's Mayor George Mos- cone.
Mr. David has been acting port director since January.
Prior to this, he served as dep- uty director of maritime opera- tions for 12 years.
The appointment ends a nine- month search by the Port Com- mission for the most qualified candidate from the nearly 150 applications for the job.
Top priority for the new port director is developing tenants for the terminal at Piers 94-96 on San
Francisco's southern waterfront.
Pier 96 was recently returned to the Port by court ruling from bankrupt PFEL and is a modern facility equaling any container terminal on the West Coast.
Marine Travelift, Inc. reports the publication of a new 10-page, pocket-size folder with pictures and brief specifications on all models in its line of mobile boat hoist equipment for marina and boatyard operations.
Seven open end style Marine
Travelift boat hoists, 10 through 100-ton capacity, are described in the new folder No. 4978 which is now available from authorized local distributors or Marine Trav- elift, Inc., 49 East Yew Street,
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