National Cargo Bureau Promotes H.R. Rosengren

Capt. S. Fraser Sammis, president of National Cargo Bureau, has announced the promotion of Capt. Harold R. Rosengren from deputy chief surveyor, Atlantic ports, to senior deputy chief surveyor.

Captain Rosengren was employed by the Bureau in 1969, and has been in his present position since 1975. He is a graduate of Pennsylvania State Nautical School, and has studied at New York University and Hunter College.

In addition to assisting the chief surveyor in this new position, Captain Rosengren will continue to monitor the activities of the Atlantic Coast ports, and coordinate the Liberian and Panamanian inspection activities conducted by the Bureau.

The National Cargo Bureau is a nationwide, nonprofit, membership organization dedicated to the safe stowage, securing and unloading of cargo on all types of vessels.

It formulates recommendations to governmental agencies on safe stowage of dangerous goods, grain and other cargoes, and offers low-cost loading inspection surveys (breakbulk and container) as well as inspection of cargo-handling gear.

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