March 15, 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News

National Cargo Bureau Names Guam Surveyor

The National Cargo Bureau has announced the expansion of its services to Guam with the appointment of Capt. William F.

Lau as its nonexclusive surveyor.

Captain Lau will be responsible for Bureau inspections in Guam and the surrounding area. He was educated in China and Australia, and most recently attended the University of Guam.

Captain Lau has served at sea in various capacities from apprentice to master, and has experience ashore as marine superintendent and marine' surveyor.

Captain Lau's address is: P.O.

Box 3569, Agana, Guam 96910.

The National Cargo Bureau has representation in all principal ports of the United States, and is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the safe stowage, securing and unloading of cargo on all vessels.

The Bureau performs various types of shipboard surveys, including condition surveys, loading of miscellaneous cargoes on and under deck, hatch surveys, and draft surveys (on ships and barges). Loading Certificates are accepted as complying with Dangerous Cargo Regulations. In addition, the Bureau inspects container loadings and cargo handling gear.

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