Chemical Carriers Association Elects N e w Officers

At its recent annual meeting in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the Chemical Carriers Association (CCA) elected its leadership for the new term. The CCA is the international association of operators of chemical tankers in U.S. trade, with full members being companies that own or operate chemical tankers and associate members those companies having an interest in the industry.

A total of 29 member representatives elected Captain David L.

Wood, of Marine Transport Lines, as president. Captain Wood succeeds Captain van den Born, who will continue to serve the CCA as vice-president.

The association's current board of directors were all re-elected along with four new members: Steve Mavrakis, of Seagroup Inc.; Kare Endresen, of Odfjell Tankers; John Fields, of Iver Bugge Management A/S and Stacie Barkley-Shaw, of Hollywood International Inc.

Two new members were admitted to the CCA, Hollywood International, Inc. as a full member and Union Carbide Chemicals and Plastics as an Associate Member.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 79,  Apr 1992 Alaska

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