American United Marine Wins Achievement Award For TFC Compactor Sales

American United Marine Corp. (AUMC), Saugus, Mass., has been awarded the Top Achievement Award in 1988 by TFC Corporation, Minneapolis, Minn., for sales of Pollution Packer waste compactors to the maritime industry.

The award was presented to Peter and John Lombard, principals in The Saugus firm.

The TFC Corporation has been involved in maritime compactor applications for nearly two decades with installations in U.S. Navy and Coast Guard ships as early as 1974.

Subsequent maritime sales for these compactors tors have included offshore oil rigs and U.S. foreign merchant ships. The worldwide popularity of the Pollution Packer line is due, in part, to these machines' ability to cube, bag, and box wet and dry wastes in sealable packages and to bale cardboard wastes as well.

Recent design advances in the maritime models feature a rugged, "heavy seas" Door Stop and also a "Sea Legs" package to facilitate deck installations.

The AUMC firm has its headquarters in Saugus and operates sales and service offices in New York City and Baytown, Texas.

For more information and free literature from AUMC, C i r c l e 5 0 o n R e a d e r S e r v i c e C a rd

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 52,  Mar 1989

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