Miller And Coss Join Tampa Shipyards As Vice Presidents

Keeping pace with facilities expansion at Tampa Shipyards Incorporated, Ralph F.

Anselmi, president, recently announced two additions to the management team. William A. Miller has joined Tampa Ship as vice president-estimating and contracts, and Donald R. Coss is onboard as vice presidentoperations.

Mr. Miller has over 20 years' experience in shipyard management, most recently at Maryland Shipbuilding and Drydock Company.

Mr. Coss was most recently assistant general manager-production at Todd Shipyards, Galveston. He has more than 25 years of shipyard experience.

Tampa Shipyards, a division of The American Ship Building Company, is continuing its multimillion-dollar facilities expansion that began in 1978 with the completion of a 900-foot by 150-foot graving dock, the largest on the U.S. Gulf Coast. Currently, two existing slips have been acquired, and are being reconstructed into additional wet berth/drydock facilities. This, along with more gantry cranes and plans to completely modernize shop areas, is significantly increasing Tampa Ship's capabilities for ship repair, conversion, and new construction.

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