David Parrot To Head New Aldenships Division Of John G. Alden Firm

For the past several years, John G. Alden of Florida has been increasing its sales activity in the offshore tug and barge market. The increases have been primarily due to the knowledge and efforts of David Parrot, a 14- year veteran of the Alden organization.

Alden was founded in 1909 by John G. Alden, Boston naval architect and builder.

To handle the increased volume, Alden of Florida president Frank Atlass has formed a separate Aldenships division, with Mr. Parrot as vice president and general manager. Joining Mr.

Parrot will be Henry Reynolds Jr., most recently with Eller & Co. Mr.

Reynold's experience fits well with the primary thrust of Aldenships business, which is foreign we have the big stick.

38D8-1/8 series opposed piston engines can deliver 700 to 4,200 horsepower. No one else comes even close.

So the next time you see a marine diesel manufacturer waving flags and shouting about superiority, don't be fooled.

They have to talk loudly... they don't have the Pielstick. We do.

To receive engineering data on our marine engines write or call Colt Industries, Fairbanks Morse Engine Division, Beloit, W1 53511 (608) 364-4411.

Colt Industries @ Write 425 on Reader Service Card Fairbanks Morse Engine Division and U.S. tugs, barges, and specialty vessels.

Aldenships headquarters is at 2182 S.E. 17th Street, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33316; (305) 525- 0582, telex 510 955 9788.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 9,  Jun 15, 1981

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