Borkowski And Windell Promoted At State Boat

State Boat Corporation, Houston, Texas, announced the promotion of Joseph Borkowski I I and Arthur A. Windell to the position of fleet supervisor. In their new positions, both Mr. Borkowski and Mr. Windell will each be responsible for the operation, manning, and maintenance of 13 vessels in the State Boat Corporation fleet.

Both will work out of State Boat's Morgan City, La., office.

Mr. Borkowski is a veteran of 25 years on and around the water.

He joined State Boat in 1965 as captain of the M V State Star, and served on a number of other State Boat vessels prior to coming ashore as a marine supervisor in March 1977.

Mr. Windell spent 12 years in the U.S. Navy, rising to engineman first class before joining State Boat in 1965. With State Boat, Mr. Windell served on a number of vessels as chief engineer prior to coming ashore as a marine supervisor. He recently completed o v e r s e e i n g the construction of the M V State Justice and the M V State Courage, State Boat's innovative 204-foot supply vessels.

For over two decades, State Boat Corporation has been a pioneer in providing tug supply and supply vessels for the offshore t r a n s p o r t a t i o n industry in the Gulf of Mexico and throughout the world. State Boat's fleet currently consists of 26 vessels, ranging up to 204 feet and 7,200 hp, with additional vessels under construction.

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