National Cargo Bureau Announces Appointments

Capt. Julius D. Greene has been appointed deputy chief surveyor, National Cargo Bureau, Inc., Pacific Coast, succeeding Capt. Allan B. Currie, who has retired. Captain Greene's jurisdiction extends from Seattle, Wash., to San Diego, Calif., and also covers Hawaii, Guam and Alaska.

Captain Greene was transferred from the Bureau's Duluth, Minn., office, where he held the position of senior surveyor, having started with the Bureau in 1968 at the Baltimore, Md., office. He is a graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y., class of '45, and put in his time at sea with United States Lines from 1945 to 1968 in various capacities, including that of master.

Effective with the opening of the Great Lakes Season in April 1978, Capt. Arthur J. Maehl was appointed senior surveyor in the Duluth office, succeeding Captain Greene. Captain Maehl has been with the Bureau for five years and has worked at many of the Bureau offices on temporary assignments.

His sea career from 1943 to 1972 was spent with several steamship companies, including Moore-McCormack Lines, and Oliver J. Olson & Co.

National Cargo Bureau, Inc., New York, N.Y., is a nationwide, nonprofit, membership organization dedicated to the safe stowage, securing and unloading of cargo of all types of vessels. It formulates recommendations to governmental agencies on safe stowage of dangerous goods, grain and other cargoes, and offers lowcost loading inspection surveys (breakbulk and container), as well as inspection of cargo handling gear.

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