Northen Of ACT/PACE Elected CI President

Michael B. Northen, president of Associated Container Transportation/ PACE Line, has been elected president of The Containerization Institute, the international trade organization of the multibillion-dollar intermodal industry.

Mr. Northen, who is also on the board of directors of ACT (Australia) , the London-based group which operates the worldwide container service to Australia and New Zealand, was chosen for the CI post at the 14th annual meeting held at the Biltmore Hotel in New York City.

Mr. Northen joined ACT in 1969 at its inception, after more than a decade with Blue Star Line, one of the partner companies, and shared the responsibility of developing the service.

Also at the meeting, Warren L.

Serenbetz, president of Interpool Ltd., was reelected board chairman; Clifford B. O'Hara, director of commerce for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, elected executive vice president; and Joseph P. O'Donnell, international traffic manager of Eastman Kodak Co., and George McManis, vice president of Trailmohile, elected vice presidents.

Reappointed were William J.

Marquette as executive director, and John T. Cassidy, senior vice president of Dart Containerline Inc., coordinator and steering committee chairman.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 44,  Mar 1974 New York

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