A major corporate reorganization was announced by Turbodyne Corporation of Minneapolis, Minn., and Worthington Compressors, Inc. of West Holyoke, Mass. O.E. Powers, president and chief executive officer of Turbodyne, has been elected chairman of
Reco Crane Company of New Orleans, La., announced the promotion of Gary Hardin to general sales manager. Mr. Hardin, a veteran sales manager of the Xerox Corporation, joined Reco three years ago as assistant offshore operations manager. Reco,
Louis L. Frierson has been elected president and chief executive officer of George Engine Company, Inc. (GECO). Mr. Frierson will continue as chairman of the board of GECO, a position he has held for the past two years. H.F. Colby, whom Mr. Frierson succeeds,
C.E. (Matt) Matthews has been appointed national sales manager of Morse Controls, responsible for sales of both marine and industrial products. Announcing the appointment, Terry Carrell, president of Morse, commented: "The changing nature of today's
Michael Wager, president and chief executive officer of Robert H. Wager Company, Inc., announced the opening of a southern regional office in Mobile. Mr. Wager also said that the new director of sales and marketing for the southern regional office will be Nathan Coarsey.
Friede Goldman Halter (FGH) has finalized six new contracts valued at approximately $40 million total. The contracts have been signed with the following customers: The Venezuelan government has called upon FGH to construct a pair of 153 ft. (46.
MMC International Corporation has released a new catalog titled "Keeping You In Control," featur- ing the company's line of tank gauging tapes and vapor control valves. MMC manufactures electronic hand-gauging tapes under the "Flexi-Dip" trademark.
Under a recently awarded $1.4- million U.S. Navy contract, Caterpillar Inc. will develop a highly specialized mine plow for the Marine Corp's Assault Amphibious Vehicle (AAV) in a two-year program. Managed by the Naval Coastal Systems Center, Panama City, Fla.
The Department of the Navy has awarded Imi-Tech Corporation of Elk Grove, 111., two research and development contracts valued at more than $300,000. The first contract involves adapting the company's Solimide® foam, a flexible, fireresistant polyimide insulating material,
Marine Spill Response Corp. Projects 5-Year, $800 Million Program Two years ago, on a reef in Alaska's Prince William Sound, the oil tanker Exxon Valdez ran aground causing America's biggest oil spill. While thousands worked to clean up the spill in Alaska,