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Dates Set For
On Marine Salvage
The Maritime Association of the Port of New York and the
Marine Technology Society have announced plans to sponsor an
International Symposium on Ma- rine Salvage to be held in New
York City next year.
The conference, scheduled for
October 1-3, 1979, at the New
York Hilton Hotel, will bring members of the worldwide ship- ping, salvage, insurance, govern- ment and maritime law commu- nities together for a three-day meeting to discuss all aspects of marine salvage.
The chairman of the confer- ence's Executive Steering Com- mittee is Capt. W.F. Searle Jr., chairman of the Marine Technol- ogy Society Committee on Sal- vage and Diving. Other members of the Steering Committee are
Capt. Hugh Spicer, Mobil Ship- ping and Transportation; John L.
Sullivan, president, Smit Interna- tional; Edward C. Kalaidjian, partner in the law firm of Thach- er, Proffitt and Wood; Thomas
A. Fain, president, American In- stitute of Marine Underwriters;
George Emmerson, president, The
Salvage Association, Ltd.; Thom- as Livingstone, vice chairman of the board, Frank B. Hall and Co. of New York, Inc., and Richard
Jaeschke, president, United States
Attendance will be limited to 1,000. For more information on the conference, contact the Mari- time Association of the Port of
New York, 80 Broad Street, New
York, N.Y. 10004.
Appoints Trevor Layne
Trevor A. Layne, Summit, N.J., has been appointed manager of
Energy and Industrial Marketing at Worthington Pump's Harrison,
N.J., Engineered Pump Division.
Trevor A. Layne
In his 14 years with Worthing- ton, Mr. Layne has held several responsible positions, both in the
USA and Europe. Most recently,
Mr. Layne was manager of Indus- trial Marketing, Harrison. Prior to joining Worthington, Mr. Layne gained fluid handling expertise in the petroleum refining and petro- chemical industries. Mr. Layne is a graduate of Birmingham Uni- versity (U.K.) and has a degree in chemical engineering.
Worthington Pump is the world's largest pump company, with 21 manufacturing locations in 13 countries. Its U.S. facilities are located in Harrison and East
Orange, N.J., Taneytown, Md., and Shawnee, Okla. They manu- facture pumps for the electric utility and public works, petro- leum, chemical and petrochemical, marine, agricultural and general industries.
Johnsen Named Manager
For CAORF Simulator
Located At Kings Point
ADI Transportation Systems, a
Grumman company which devel- ops computer systems for the avi- ation and maritime industries, has named James J. Johnsen opera- tions manager for the Computer
Aided Operations Research Fa- cility (CAORF).
Located at Kings Point, N.Y.,
CAORF, the world's most sophis- ticated maritime simulator, is op- erated by ADI Transportation
Systems for the Department of
Commerce's National Maritime
Mr. Johnsen, who was most re- cently deputy manager of opera- tions, succeeds Sol Tenenbaum, vice president of ADI and now technical consultant for CAORF.
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All rungs are electrically welded to outer truss plates and internally expanded to inner truss plates. All models are on 12" centers (per OSHA) and feature all aluminum or plated steel fittings.
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