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Lanotte Named Manager,
Hull Cleaning Systems
Vito X. Lanotte
Vito X. Lanotte has been named manager, hull cleaning systems of
Butterworth Systems Inc., the in- ternational company that manu- factures SCAMP® underwater hull cleaning equipment, and equip- ment for tank cleaning, oil/water separation and ultra-high pres- sure for water jetting.
Mr. Lanotte was with the Tank- er Department of Exxon Interna- tional where he has served as a marine designer, project engineer, and most recently, senior person- nel administrator. He will be re- sponsible for coordinating the marketing activities of hull-clean- ing vessels for 12 SCAMP hull- cleaning operators strategically placed around the world. "The IMCO deadline for com- pliance went into effect in May," said Mr. Negron, "and ours is a quality watch receiver that can do the kind of monitoring re- quired at a reasonable price."
The EN 2182R is designed to meet or exceed all the relevant monitoring requirements of al- most every maritime regulatory agency, including CEPT, UK
Home Office, Scandinavian P.T.T., and is awaiting final acceptance from the FCC. The unit permits both normal and muted operation for minimum interference with bridge procedures. It comes with a built-in two-tone test generator, and integral loudspeaker, and has provisions for alarm indicator and reset controls and an external speaker. The EN 2182R features
AC/DC power supply, universal mounting, and comes complete with all installation hardware. Op- tional equipment includes a digi- tal clock which automatically lifts mute during silent periods.
For complete free literature, write to Robert E. Negron, Elec- tro-Nav House, 840 Bond Street,
Elizabeth, N.J. 07201. Ask for "Watch."
Cavis Named Assistant
For Crowley Division
Alan Cavis has been appointed assistant vice president, customer service for Crowley Maritime Cor- poration's Caribbean Division, ac- cording to a recent announcement by Robert G. Homan, senior vice president and general manager of the division. Mr. Cavis will be re- sponsible for establishing and maintaining policies and proce- dures to service the needs of cus- tomers, carriers, and vendors deal- ing with the Caribbean Division.
Prior to this appointment, Mr.
Cavis had held various positions within Crowley's Caribbean Divi- sion, including director of sales, vice president of marketing, and director, national accounts. In his most recent position as director, national accounts, he spearheaded the development of a new mar- keting program specifically de- signed to focus corporate atten- tion on these customers.
New Watch Receiver —Literature Available
Electro-Nav president Robert
E. Negron announced recently the introduction of the company's new
EN 2182R Watch Receiver, de- signed to meet IMCO A.383 re- quirements for continuous mon- itoring of the 2182KHz voice dis- tress frequency.
July 1, 1980
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