Albert Termo Named VP-Marketing And Planning At Universal Maritime

James G. Costello, president of Universal Maritime Service Corporation, has announced appointment of Albert Termo, a veteran marine terminal and ocean trade specialist, to a new company position as vice president of market- ing and planning. The action was described by Mr. Costello as a step in a long-term program by the New York-based stevedoring company to expand operations into fresh areas of waterfront cargo handling that are expected to develop in the Port of New York and New Jersey in the present decade.

Mr. Termo was a key member of the staff of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for some 30 years. In this capacity, he was deeply involved in development of the port agency's extensive containership facilities in Newark and Elizabeth, N.J., and the new Red Hook terminal in Brooklyn, among others. He also participated in conversion of obsolete breakbulk piers in Newark into efficient w a t e r f r o n t areas that now handle part of the growing volume of bulk cargoes moving through the port district.

Universal Maritime is one of the major stevedoring and marine terminal operating companies in the United States, and one of the biggest of its type in the bistate harbor.

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