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Quigley Appointed Editor

At Maritime Reporter

The publishers of the Maritime

Reporter and Engineering News announced recently the appoint- ment of Edward J. Quigley as editor of the semi-monthly mag- azine.

Edward J. Quigley

During his journalistic career,

Mr. Quigley was a reporter and rewriteman for the New York

Mirror and was a publications editor for the CPA firm of De- loitte, Haskins & Sells. He has served as a public relations con- sultant and also was director of public information and alumni re- lations at St. Francis College,

N.Y. Prior to joining the Mari- time Reporter, Mr. Quigley was for several years the assistant manager of the publications de- partment and editor of Surveyor

Magazine at the American Bu- reau of Shipping.

A native of Brooklyn, N.Y.,

Mr. Quigley is a graduate of St.

Francis College, where he is vice president of the alumni associa- tion, and has a master's degree in journalism from Columbia Uni- versity.

Hitachi Zosen Names

New York General Mgr.

Hitachi Zosen U.S.A. Ltd., New

York, recently announced the ap- pointment of Haruo Moriyama as secretary and general man- ager of the New York office of

Hitachi Zosen. He succeeds

Yoshio Miwa, who was recently named as president of the com- pany.

Propose Plans For $230 Million Coal Export

Terminal In Virginia

Plans for the development of a $230-million, 40-million-ton per year coal export terminal in

Hampton Roads, Va., are being formulated by Parsons Brincker- hoff Development Corporation, a subsidiary of Parsons Brincker- hoff, Inc., a New York-based hold- ing company with interests in consulting engineering and the development of real estate and energy projects.

The terminal would be con- structed on the south side of

Hampton Roads near the border between the cities of Suffolk and

Portsmouth, on a 600-acre parcel of land recently optioned by Par- sons Brinckerhoff from the Chi- cago Bridge & Iron Company. A planned long conveyor belt from the site to deep water south of

Newport News would be able to load ships at a rate of 10,000 tons per hour.

A feasibility study of a new coal export terminal on the south side of Hampton Roads is cur- rently being undertaken by the

Virginia Port Authority, a state agency. The study is comparing three possible locations for a new terminal in the cities of Ports- mouth, Suffolk and Chesapeake.

The Virginia Port Authority has proposed itself to develop and op- erate a terminal on the Ports- mouth location being considered in the feasibility study it is un- dertaking.

Dr. Richard McGinity of Par- sons Brinckerhoff, project man- ager for development of the ter- minal, believes that the site in

Suffolk stands a good chance of being developed. "Potential envi- ronmental problems in Ports- mouth have stimulated consider- able local opposition," he noted. "Our Suffolk proposal, however, has received strong support from the City of Suffolk, which has adopted a resolution favoring de- velopment of a coal export ter- minal within the city limits. State officials have also encouraged us to proceed, saying that the Com- monwealth of Virginia is not nec- essarily commited to owning and operating a new coal terminal itself."


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