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Title XI Requested To
Allied Barge, Inc., P.O. Box 717, Norfolk, Va., has applied for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing reconstruction of two nonself-propelled, flat-deck, ocean- going barges, the Cindy F and
Susan F. The application states
PACIFIC SHIPYARDS CORPORATION
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A subsidiary of Todd Shipyards Corporation that the Cindy F will be used to carry clean petroleum products from Yorktown, Va., to various
Northeast ports, and the Susan F to transport liquid and dry car- goes between the East and Gulf
Coasts. Both barges are currently owned by Bulk Food Carriers,
Inc., but Allied is negotiating a purchase agreement.
The barges were built by the
Seatrain Shipbuilding Corp.,
Brooklyn, N.Y., in 1976. They are approximately 300 feet long, 90 feet wide, and 22 feet deep.
The Title XI guarantee would be for approximately $2,230,000, or up to 87V1> percent of the esti- mated actual cost of the work.
Allied Repair Service, Inc., would perform the reconstruction of the
Cindy F; the shipbuilder for the
Susan F has not yet been deter- mined.
University Of Michigan
Naval Architects To Hold
Annual Dinner Nov. 16
The Annual Dinner of the Na- val Architecture and Marine En- gineering Alumni of The Univer- sity of Michigan will be held in
New York City on Thursday,
November 16, 1978, at the Cam- bridge Room, Lower Concourse of the International Building, 630
Fifth Avenue, between 51st and 52nd Streets. The reception will start at 6 p.m.
Please note that this dinner will take place during the Annual
Meeting of The Society of Naval
Architects and Marine Engineers on the night before SNAME's
Those interested in obtaining tickets for the dinner should contact Lester Rosenblatt of M.
Rosenblatt & Son, Inc., 350 Broad- way, New York, N.Y. 10013. All
Michigan alumni, family and friends are welcome.
Triangle Fleeting Corp.
Names Jeffrey Kindl
VP And General Manager
Jeffrey S. Kindl
Jeffrey S. Kindl has been ap- pointed vice president-general manager of Triangle Fleeting
Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of United Barge Co., it was an- nounced by Robert A. Kyle, pres- ident of Triangle Fleeting. United and Triangle are part of the In- land Waterways Division of Pott
Industries Inc., St. Louis, Mo., which also includes Federal Barge
In his new position, Mr. Kindl will be responsible for the total operation, dispatch and marketing of the fleets and harbor tugs at
Reserve, St. Rose, and New Or- leans, La. He will be located at
Triangle Fleeting Corp.'s head- quarters at their new fleet site in
Reserve about October 1. Triangle will offer marine services consist- ing of tug shifting, barge clean- ing and topside repairs to the barge industry throughout the
New Orleans area.
Mr. Kindl is a 1970 graduate of the University of Missouri, with a degree in business administra- tion. He is a member of the World
Trade and Traffic Club of New
Orleans, and serves as vice pres- ident of the Greater New Orleans
Barge Fleeting Association.
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