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AWO Regulatory Activity: A Review Of Problems — And Solutions — Currently Afloat

Herman J. Molzahn, Vice President, Operations The American Waterways Operators, Inc. is the only association in the United States which focuses on the regulatory interests of the coastal and inland barge and towing industry. Through its committee structure,

 

Guthans Elected AWO Chairman Of The Board; Farrell Reelected President

Robert A. Guthans, president and chief executive officer of Mobile, Alabama-based Midstream Fuel Services, Inc., and its two subsidiary companies, Tenn-Tom Towing Company, and Petroleum Energy Products Company, was elected chairman of the board

MariTel Launches New Marine Telephone Service With Vessel Location

The owner of a small inland tug company has no choice but to come in to the office every Saturday morning to update his fleet and load locations for his customers; he can't reliably update his crew with change orders as the tugs frequently travel in rural areas with no cell phone coverage.

A WO In 1989: Tested By Drought And Ready To Face New Challenges

Editor's Note: J.A. Tinkey is president of Mid-America Transportation Company in Fairview Heights, III. In April 1989, Captain Tinkey became chairman of the board of the American Waterways Operators, the national association of the inland and coastal barge industry.

L i t e r a t u r e A v a i l a b l e On Schoellhorn-Albrecht Capstans, Deck Fittings

Capstans, winches, and deck fittings are featured in a brochure now available from the Schoellhorn- Albrecht Division of St. Louis Ship, a company of the Pott Industries Group. Schoellhorn-Albrecht's primary product line is capstans, both powered and manually operated,

Farrell Lines Announces Three New Appointments— Breslin To VP-Controller

James P. Horn, president and chief operating officer of Farrell Lines Incorporated, has announced three personnel appointments and promotions. James F. Breslin has been appointed vice - president - controller, succeeding Robert E. Schenk who is retiring.

Change In Personnel Licensing Regulations For Commercial Ships Sought By U.S. Coast Guard

The Coast Guard is attempting to simplify and improve the licensing regulations for all commercial vessel personnel. The proposed amendments in CGD81-059 offer a license structure with career patterns for persons serving on all waters and on all kinds of vessels,

Port Briefs NATIONAL SCENE

Who's on first? Which U.S. port handled the most tonnage in 1990? Well, if you said New Orleans, Los Angeles, or New York/New Jersey, you're wrong. According to preliminary data recently released by the Port of South Louisiana, the port handled 189.

Ingram Barge Company Acquires Additional Barges And Towboats

Ingram Barge Company, headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., has signed a letter of intent to purchase 319 barges and eight towboats from American Barge and Towing Company of St. Louis, Mo. The terms of the purchase were not disclosed. In making the announcement, Neil N.

EUROPE 1992: WHAT LIES AHEAD FOR U.S. COMPAHIES?

In all probability, the changes taking place in Europe will have a profound impact on the way ocean carriers do business in the years ahead. Of course, no one can predict exactly what the European economy will look like in 1992. While many people

 
 
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