Kurzenhauser Named Vice President-Production At St. Louis Ship

Alfred Kurzenhauser has been appointed vice president for production of St. Louis Ship and the Shipbuilding Group of Pott Industries Inc., according to Edward Renshaw, president. Most recently, Mr. Kurzenhauser was commander of the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, the nation's largest repair yard, after being its production manager. During a five-year period, that shipyard was often cited for its innovative approaches and improved productivity. He brings to St. Louis Ship 27 years of diversified experience in all facets of new ship construction, repair, alteration, and design in both private and public shipyards.

In his new position, Mr. Kurzenhauser will be responsible for production activities of St. Louis Ship in St. Louis; Caruthersville Shipyard Inc. in Caruthersville, Mo.; and Paducah Marine Ways Inc. in Paducah, Ky. The three shipyards comprise the Shipbuilding Group of Pott Industries Inc., the largest shipbuilding firm on the inland waterways. Pott Industries Inc., a subsidiary of Houston Natural Gas Corporation, is also engaged in inland waterways transportation, and offshore marine services, and coal terminalling.

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