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Lykes Appoints Three In

Central Atlantic Division

Three new appointments in the

Central Atlantic division of Lykes

Bros. Steamship Co., Inc., New

Orleans, La., were announced re- cently.

William V. Brierre Jr. has been named assistant vice president,

Central Atlantic division. Rich- ard J. Lolich has been named director of traffic, and William

F. Aldridge has been named man- ager, sales.

Mr. Brierre joined Lykes in 1972 as a sales representative in the company's Dallas office and in 1975 was named district manager of that office. In 1978 he was transferred to the Central At- lantic division in Washington,

D.C., as a special representative, and in 1980 was named general agent of that division, the posi- tion he held until the present.

Mr. Lolich joined the company in 1974 as a traffic representa- tive in the Washington, D.C.,

Central Atlantic division office.

In 1979 he was named assistant traffic manager and in 1981, traf- fic manager of that division, the position he held until this time.

Mr. Aldridge joined Lykes in 1979 as a management trainee at Lykes's New Orleans head- quarters. Later that year he was transferred to the company's





Original Dock Added Dock With Original Dock in Background

Avondale has added a new large dry dock that can lift 20,000 tons and accommodate Panamax ships up to 775 feet in overall length. The dock is in service and will enable Avondale to more effectively and affirmatively respond to your requirements. ii The number of personnel has been doubled to support the new dock and provide fact efficient service. a The New Construction Engineering

Department is available for strenuous structural analyses, implementation of the latest fuel-saving innovations, and compliance with the Port and Tanker

Safety Act of 1978. -fr All of the new construction shops, machine tools, coating facilities, etc, are available for repair customers.

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New York office as a sales rep- resentative. In 1980 he became project sales representative, the position he held until the present.

All three appointees will be lo- cated in Washington, D.C.

Drew's Corrosion Inhibitor

Approved For EMD Engines —Brochure Available

Drew Marine Services, a unit of Drew Chemical Corporation, of Boonton, N.J., recently an- nounced that its Maxigard diesel engine water treatment has been approved for use in EMD engines by the Electro-Motive Division of

General Motors Corporation in

LaGrange, 111.

This nonchromate cooling wa- ter treatment is a multi-func- tional liquid designed to prevent general corrosion and mineral de- posits as well as reduce corrosion due to cavitation. These capabil- ities make it well suited for use in medium to high-speed engines.

Maxigard is added on a slug dosage basis as required to main- tain recommended concentrations.

Details on the treatment are con- tained in a company brochure.

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Navy Awards $3.8-Million

Logistics Support Contract

For Ohio-Class Subs

McAuto Systems Group Incor- porated, Rockville, Md., has been awarded a $3,802,122 cost-plus- fixed-fee contract for integrated logistic support for the Ohio-class submarine construction and main- tenance programs. The Naval

Sea Systems Command, Wash- ington, D.C., is the contracting activity (N00024-83-C-6049).

Lavalin Ocean Systems

Formed In Canada To

Provide Underwater Service

Lavalin Services, Inc. of Mon- treal (Quebec) Canada, and Solus

Ocean Systems, Inc. of Houston,

Texas, have agreed to form a jointly owned Canadian company to be called Lavalin Ocean Sys- tems, Ltd. The company's head- quarters will be located in Hali- fax, Nova Scotia.

Lavalin Ocean Systems, Ltd. will provide underwater marine services to the offshore oil indus- try in support of exploration, construction, and production fa- cilities. Claude Rouleau has been appointed to represent Lavalin

Services, Inc., and Edmund L.

Dunn has been appointed to rep- resent Solus Ocean Systems in this new venture.

The company will be located at

Suite 1020, Cogswell Tower, 2000

Barryington Street, Halifax,

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