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ALDEN ELECTRONICS TRANCEIVER 172 MCALLISTER BROS TOWING SERVICES 313
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Moran Expands Container
Barge Service To Ports Of
Philadelphia And Baltimore
Moran Container Services Company, a sub- sidiary of Moran Towing and Transportation
Company, Inc., has announced the expansion of its trade routes to Philadelphia and Baltimore.
The company will load containers for this ser- vice in New York at the Global Marine Termi- nal, destined for Northern Shipping Terminal in
Philadelphia and the Dundalk Marine Terminal in Baltimore.
Moran entered the container feeder barge ser- vice last year, operating between New York and
Boston. The company's Barge 411 (shown above) has a capacity of 748 TEUs, and is said to be the largest LO/LO container barge now oper- ating under the American flag. Moran plans to add additional routes and barges to the service as customers' need and market conditions dic- tate.
Manager of Moran Container Services Com- pany is Charles Cumming, a graduate of the
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. He also holds an MBA degree from Northwestern University and an MS degree from SUNY Maritime College at Fort Schuyler. Prior to joining Moran he was manager of marine operations for Northern
Europe with Sylvan Shipping Company.
Hackney And Spath Appointed
Vice Presidents At Beier Radio
The Board of Directors of Frank L. Beier
Radio, Inc., a New Orleans-based marine elec- tronics sales and service firm, has announced the appointment of two new vice presidents and the promotion to management positions of three other employees.
David C. Hackney Louis Spath
David C. Hackney has been named vice president of sales and product development.
With the company since 1967, he was formerly sales manager. He will continue to be involved with sales administration, but will now devote more of his time to developing new or different markets for Beier's present product lines, and searching out and developing new products in the marine electronics field.
Louis Spath, formerly corporate service manager, is now vice president of service. He has been with the company since 1973 when he joined as service manager in the Cut Off (Loui- siana) office.
Ted Murphey, a sales representative in the
Morgan City, La., office since 1976, has been named sales manager. He will be responsible for company-wide sales management but wili con- tinue to be based in Morgan City.
Eric Kostelak has been appointed senior technical advisor, responsible for technical training of all personnel regarding the new high- tech products being developed and promoted by
Beier Radio. He was formerly New Orleans ser- vice manager.
Gary Yokum is now service manager for the
New Orleans office. He has been with the com- pany since 1976, serving as a sales representative and regional sales manager.
Henschel Dedicates New
Combined Facility At New
Location in Newburyport
Henschel Corporation, a unit of General Sig- nal, recently dedicated its new plant in New- buryport, Mass. The newly constructed facility combines office, design, research and develop- ment, and manufacturing spaces. Henschel's move to this new location in historic Newbury- port follows 50 years of operation in nearby
The modern, single-level building contains 82,000 square feet and is located on 24 acres of land in an industrial park. The company's 190 employees occupy this entire facility.
Henschel president George U. Curry stated that the new facilities will support the compa- ny's emphasis on advanced design work. This modern plant will improve its capability to design and manufacture the latest in electronic equipment. The facility contains a complete
CAD/CAM installation, electrical/electronic as- sembly areas, full machine shop, and foundry.
The plant is organized for efficient manufacture of Henschel's traditional line as well as new elec- tronic products.
Henschel has been a leader in the design and manufacture of marine products since 1919. Its ship control and interior communications equip- ment and systems are sold worldwide and used aboard both Navy and merchant ships.
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