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ICC Grants Hunter Marine
Regulated Cargo Authority
For Western Rivers
The ICC recently issued a cer- tificate of public necessity, grant- ing permanent authority to Hunt- er Marine Transport, Inc., Nash- ville, Tenn., to perform barge transportation of regulated cargo on the Cumberland and Tennes- see Rivers and the connecting segment of the lower Ohio River.
This is the first permanent au- thority to be granted on the
Western Rivers since 1975, and the first on these rivers in more than 10 years.
Hunter Marine has been trans- porting unregulated cargo on the
Western Rivers for a number of years and operates a bulk termi- nal in Rock Harbor at Mile 175.5
Cumberland River with insured fleeting at Mile 176.
New terminal facilities and warehouses are under construc- tion at riverside, separate from but adjacent to the bulk material operation. Hunter will soon offer a full range of intermodal serv- ices, including crating, custom brokerage, and full service stor- age.
Hunter intends to cooperate
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Names Supply Manager
Frank T. Bauchspies was re- cently named general manager, logistics and supply for the Gulf
Oil Lubricants Company, a divi- sion of Gulf Oil Corporation,
Mr. Bauchspies joined Gulf in 1968, following five years as di- rector of the industrial liaison department of the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology and six years of prior overseas service in the oil industry. He has served in a number of planning manage- ment positions for the Corpora- tion and for Gulf Refining & Mar- keting Company, of which the lubricants company is part. Most recently he was manager, tech- nical planning and development in the engineering division of
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Wartsila Diesel Appoints
Yngue Nordquist As
New North American Mgr.
The Wartsila Diesel Division— consisting of Wartsila Vasa Fac- tory, Finland, and Nohab Diesel
AB Trollhattan, Sweden — an- nounced recently that Yngue
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North American regional man- ager of Wartsila Diesel, effec- tive October 1, 1981. He is head- quartered at Wartsila Power,
Inc., New Orleans, La., of which he was also appointed managing director. Mr. Nordquist previ- ously was managing director of
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Kaj Liewedahl, M.Sc. Econom- ist, has been named as the new managing director of Nohab Die- sel AB, also effective October 1, 1981. 4223 EDGELAND. ROYAL OAK, MICH 48073 phone(313) 576-1101
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