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Pearson Named Manager
Of International Marketing
At Navidyne Corporation
Lloyd Pearson has joined Navi- dyne Corporation, Newport News,
Va., as manager, international marketing. Mr. Pearson was for- merly vice president and director of marketing with Iotron Corpo- ration of Bedford, Mass., where he had overall responsibility for marketing and sales of Iotron's line of radars and other marine electronic products.
At Navidyne, Mr. Pearson as- sumes responsibility for overseas marketing of Navidyne's marine navigation and communications equipment. Navidyne Corpora- tion is a leading manufacturer of advanced marine electronics for the worldwide shipping and off- shore oil exploration industries.
Newport News Reports
Fourth Year Of Higher
Newport News Shipbuilding
Co. reported recently that oper- ating income increased 35 per- cent to $111 million from $82 million in 1981, the fourth year of higher operating income.
The shipyard had sales of $1.3 billion, up 19 percent from 1981 sales of $1.1 billion.
Including the December Navy contract of $3.1 billion for two
Nimitz-class nuclear-powered air- craft carriers, the shipyard had a year-end backlog of $8.5 billion.
The carrier contract is the larg- est contract ever awarded by the
Navy. "We are pleased with our 1982 financial performance," said Ed- ward Campbell, company presi- dent and chief executive officer. "Much of the credit goes to our employees, salaried and hourly paid, who have responded to the challenge of working smarter and increasing productivity."
The shipyard delivered three
Navy ships and launched two submarines in 1982. The Nimitz- class carrier Carl Vinson and the
Los Angeles-class nuclear-pow- ered submarines Atlanta and
Houston joined the fleet from the
Newport News yard.
The Los Angeles-class subma- rines Buffalo and Salt Lake City were launched, and the yard
March 1, 1983 worked on the Nimitz-class car- rier Theodore Roosevelt and nine nuclear-powered submarines.
Newport News Shipbuilding is a subsidiary of Tenneco Inc., a
Tenneco also announced this week that net income for 1982 and for the year's fourth quarter were up.
Tenneco chairman and chief executive officer James Ketelsen said 1982 income from continuing operations was $840 million, up 5 percent from $798 million in 1981.
Mr. Ketelsen called the increase "a commendable achievement in a tough year." Tenneco sales and operating revenues in 1982 were $15 billion, about the same as in 1981.
In the fourth quarter of 1982, income from continuing opera- tions was $278 million, up 9 per- cent from 1981.
Western Electric Awarded
Valued At $3.4-Million
Western Electric Company,
Greensboro, N.C., has been award- ed a $3,484,221 cost-plus-fixed- fee contract to install communi- cations equipment on 12 T-AGOS class ships. The Naval Electronic
Systems Command, Washington,
D.C., is the contracting activity (N00039-83-C-0210).
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