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Rolls-Royce Renames

Holding Company For

Canadian Operations

Rolls-Royce Holdings Canada

Limited, which controls the activi- ties of the Rolls-Royce Group in that country, has been renamed

Rolls-Royce Industries Canada Inc.

According to company chairman

W.J. Mandry, "This new name



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Johnson Appointed

Director Of Marketing

For Bulkfleet Marine

Thomas J. Johnson has been named director of marketing for

Bulkfleet Marine Corporation, an operating unit of the Houston-based

Signet Corporation, J. Barry

Snyder, president and CEO of Sig- net, announced recently.

Mr. Johnson will supervise mar- keting activities and will be involved in new business development and acquisitions for Signet Marine

Group, of which Bulkfleet is a part.

He will also oversee marketing ser- vices for the parent corporation.

His previous experience includes technical engineering and market- ing positions with the U.S. Army

Corps of Engineers, Designers &

Planners Inc., Delaval Turbine

Company, Foster Wheeler Corpora- tion, and Tacoma Boatbuilding

Company. He is a graduate of Texas

A&M University's Maritime Acade- my with a degree in marine engi- neering.

Catton, Fleming And Rogaski

Promoted At Drew Ameroid Marine

J. F. Catton R. K. Fleming R. E. Rogaski

Thomas A. Cuomo, group vice president of Drew Ameroid Marine, recently announced three executive appointments.

Frank Catton has been named staff vice president, responsible for the development of new business opportunities in the worldwide ma- rine industry.

Robert K. Fleming has been appointed regional vice president,

Northern European Region. Most recently vice president of market- ing, he will now be responsible for the sales and administrative activi- ties in the North Europe area.

Robert E. Rogaski, formerly marketing manager-chemicals, has been promoted to vice president of marketing, responsible for directing the marketing efforts of the division worldwide.

Drew Ameroid Marine, a division of Ashland Chemical Company, pro- vides advanced product/application technology in chemicals, sealing and welding, and refrigerant products for the marine transportation and support services market.

McCormick Joins Turecamo

As Director of Sales

Turecamo Coastal & Harbor

Towing Company, Staten Island,

N.Y., has announced the appoint- ment of Jack McCormick as di- rector of sales. He comes to the firm with 29 years of experience in New

York Harbor's maritime communi- ty-

Prior to joining Turecamo, Mr.

McCormick was senior vice presi- dent for McAllister Brothers, Inc., and earlier had been employed by

Dalzell Towing.





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