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W.H. Corbett Promoted
To VP At Everpure, Inc.
William H. Corbett has been named vice president-engineering and production for Everpure, Inc.,
Westmont, 111. He joined the com- pany in 1965 as manager of man- ufacturing engineering and qual- ity assurance. He was promoted to manager of product engineer- ing as well in 1974. Mr. Corbett has been director of engineering and production since 1977.
Everpure is a manufacturer of water filtration products and pur- ification systems for the marine and offshore industries.
J.W. Chandler Named To
Shipbuilders Council Posts
John W. Chandler
John W. Chandler, director of the Marine, Military and Govern- ment Department of the York di- vision of Borg-Warner, has been appointed to the board of direc- tors of the Shipbuilders Council of America and elected chairman of its Allied Industries Commit- tee.
Mr. Chandler supervises the sale of all York's marine, mili- tary, and government products in domestic and international mar- kets, and heads the division's gov- ernment relations activities in
He joined the York division in 1944 and has served the air-con- ditioning and refrigeration equip- ment manufacturer in several ca- pacities, including sales engineer and district manager for the
Washington, Maryland, and Vir- ginia area.
APL And Encinal To
Terminal In Alameda
American President Lines, Ltd. (APL) of Oakland, Calif., and
Encinal Terminals of Alameda, recently announced agreement to develop a 23-acre full-service berth and container facility in the is- land city of Alameda. Target date for completion of the initial phase, to be capitalized at $3.5 million, is October 1, 1980.
The new venture was an- nounced by W.B. Hubbard, sen- ior vice president (operations) of
APL, and president of Eagle Ma- rine Services, Ltd., the wholly owned subsidiary which will op- erate the facility; and Chengben (Peter) Wang, president of En- cinal Terminals, Alameda.
Mr. Hubbard said the project has been launched to help meet massive expected demand, on the part of vessel operators and the shipping public, for container fa- cilities in the San Francisco Bay
Area over the next decade and beyond.
The new terminal is to include a berth for oceangoing container vessels, two modern gantry cranes, facilities for 1,000 dry and refrig- erated containers, and an innova- tive receiving and delivery sys- tem for trucks. To be located at the Encinal Terminals' Berth 5 complex, it will be Alameda's only full-service container-handling op- eration.
Raymond L. Cunan, vice presi- ident and general manager of
Eagle Marine, said the developers of the project are currently ne- gotiating with several vessel op-
MARINE DIVISION erators as prospective tenants. He said the facility will be fully op- erational upon completion of "phase one," but that additional development on the site is pro- jected.
Eagle Marine is a comprehen- sive container stevedoring con- tractor, providing services in Los
Angeles, Oakland, and the Pacific
Northwest for APL and other vessel operators. 110 Norfolk Street, Walpole, Mass. 02081, Tel. (617) 668-9610, Telex: 92-4445
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