United States Lines Names James B. Rose Port Manager In Norfolk

The appointment of James B.

Rose as port manager for United States Lines at Norfolk, Va., was announced by William J. Klauberg, vice president, Eastern Division.

Mr. Rose succeeds Frank Wilson Babb, who reached retirement age after being with the line since 1946.

Mr. Rose was previously owner's representative for the company in Hawaii, serving there since 1972. Previously, he held management positions with the firm in London, Europe, and the United States. He joined United States Lines in 1947.

Mr. Rose attended Cornell University and graduated from the Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y.

United States Lines' 15,000- mile Tri-Continent containerliner service provides 39 fast vessels traveling between Europe, the East and West Coasts of the United States, Bermuda, Panama, Costa Rica, Hawaii, Guam, and Far East and Southeast Asian ports.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 13,  Jan 1978

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