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Engelhard To Provide
Cathodic Protection For 16 Navy Destroyers
The Ingalls Shipbuilding Division of Litton Industries has signed a contract with Engelhard Industries,
Murray Hill, N.J., for its Systems
Department to provide Capac® ca- thodic protection systems for installa- tion on 16 new U.S. Navy multimis- sion destroyers. The first of the new destroyers, the USS Spruance (DD- 963), has already been launched and six more are now in production. In- galls is building the Spruance de- stroyers under a multiyear contract awarded to the company in 1970.
The Engelhard Capac automatical- ly controlled cathodic protection sys- tems being installed consist of plati- nized anodes along with the standard
Capac reference electrode, internal power supply and control equipment.
The 563-foot Spruance is primarily an antisubmarine vessel, but will have other missions as well. It can be assigned to bombard shore positions, support amphibious assaults, escort military and merchant ship convoys, perform surveillance and trailing of hostile surface ships, establish block- ades and undertake search and rescue operations.
The Capac-protected destroyer is 150 feet longer than the latest class of destroyer now in the Navy fleer.
With a speed in excess of 30 knots, it will be among the fastest Navy ships.
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Northen Of ACT/PACE
Elected CI President
Michael B. Northen
Michael B. Northen, president of
Associated Container Transporta- tion/PACE Line, has been elected president of The Containerization
Institute, the international trade or- ganization of the multibillion-dollar intermodal industry.
Mr. Northen, who is also on the board of directors of ACT (Austra- lia) , the London-based group which operates the worldwide container service to Australia and New Zea- land, 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 com- merce for the Port Authority of
New York and New Jersey, elected executive vice president; and Jo- seph 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 com- mittee chairman.
Dravo Ncrnies MacNctb
Marketing Manager For
Engineering Works Div.
Bruce E. MacNab has been ap- pointed manager of marketing for
Dravo Corporation's Engineering
Mr. MacNab, a former director of corporate marketing for Jeffrey Ga- lion Inc. of Columbus, Ohio, will handle marketing and sales man- agement of the division's materials handling, systems and equipment product lines.
His previous experience includes positions as marketing director for
Buckeye International's Steel Divi- sion and manager of research and engineering for North American
Aviation Inc. A graduate of Deni- son University and 'Ohio State Uni- versity, where he received a mas- ter's degree in (business administra- tion and a doctoral degree-in indus- trial marketing, Mr. MacNab is a member of the Licensing Execu- tives Society Inc., International
Executives Assn.*, American Eco- nomic Assn., Newcomeri Society and American Marketing Assn. 44 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News