Hallett Named Vice President-Finance And Treasurer At NASSCO

The board of directors of National Steel and S h i p b u i l d i ng Company (NASSCO) has elected Fred N. Hallett to the new position of vice president-finance and treasurer, reporting to NASSCO president C. Larry French Mr. Hallett comes to NASSCO f r om Risi Industries, Inc., Santa Ana, Calif., where he served for three years as senior vice president r e s p o n s i b l e f o r financial functions in addition to other duties.

Prior to that, he spent four years in various financial management capacities at Rohr Industries, Inc., two years in program management at Sea Research Corporation, and five years in production management at Boise Cascade Corporation.

NASSCO in San Diego is the largest shipbuilding complex on the West Coast. The company currently has under construction or on order two 37,500-dwt Ingram Class product carriers, three 37,500-dwt Carlsbad Class product carriers, three 44,000-dwt La Jolla Class product carriers, three Navy destroyer tenders (AD-42, AD-43, AD-44), and a Navy cable repair ship.

NASSCO has been engaged in marine construction for 35 years, and is wholly owned by Morrison- Knudsen Company, Inc., Boise, Idaho.

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