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Carrington Slipways Pty. Ltd.
Appoints Four Directors
A Newcastle chartered accountant, N.L.
Dalby, has been appointed chairman of direc- tors of Carrington Slipways Pty. Ltd., Old
Punt Road, Tomago, New South Wales, Aus- tralia 2322.
Three of the shipbuilding firm's depart- mental managers have been appointed direc- tors also.
They are the commercial manager, T. Coles; shipyard manager, P. Higgins, and contracts manager, D. Moir.
The appointments increase the number of directors to six. Other directors are the gen- eral manager, D. Laverick, and assistant general manager, J. Laverick.
Carrington Slipways' founder-chairman
J.F. Laverick, who was the third member of the original board, died in April.
D. Laverick said the appointment of new directors was aimed at widening the exper- tise of the board.
The firm would remain a family company.
There were no plans to make it a public company.
Mr. Dalby is the senior partner of N.L.
Dalby & Co., a Newcastle firm of chartered accountants. He is consultant to Touche Ross and Co., an international firm of accountants, and a director of several Newcastle companies.
He has been auditor and financial adviser to Carrington Slipways for more than 20 years, and an accountant in Newcastle for more than 40 years.
Mr. Coles was appointed accountant to Car- rington Slipways in 1972. Before that, he was ""TSSKRBT"
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Mr. Higgins has been with Carrington Slip- ways for 14 years, starting as a boilermaker at the former Carrington yard. He became shipyard manager in 1974, and controls all production activities.
Mr. Moir joined Carrington Slipways in 1969, with responsibility for estimating and planning. Six years ago, he became contracts manager and supervises all tendering, con- tract negotiations and contract details through to a ship's delivery.
He started in the shipbuilding industry as an apprentice shipwright in a naval shipyard at Rosyth in Scotland, coming to Australia in 1966. Before joining Carrington Slipways, he was assistant manager of Bundeng Shipyard at Bundaberg.
Fluid Power Fundamentals
Training Program Presented
With Slides And Sound Track
This is the first complete training program in basic hydrostatics. Color slides, a complete pulsed sound tract, instructor's guide, work- books, and tests present the program in an entertaining way.
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Hydraulic Components" explains the opera- tion of the most commonly used hydraulic components. "Troubleshooting Hydraulic Sys- tems" develops practical problem-solving skills such as analyzing pressure and flow, and establishes a logical troubleshooting se- quence. "The Language of Fluid Power Sym- bols" is an introduction to reading fluid power circuit diagrams.
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For more information, contact Dennis
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Street, S.E., Grand Rapids, Mich. 49506. employed by N.L. Dalby and Co. where his main account was that of Carrington Slip- ways.
He was appointed commercial manager in 1975, and is responsible for the company's financial operations, including evaluation of prospective capital expenditure.
N. L. Dalby T. Coles
P. Higgins D. Moir 14 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News