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Miller To Director
Maritime Cor- poration has promoted
Mark Miller to director of
Communica- tions with responsibility for internal communications, media relations, advertising and marketing communica- tions for the corporation and its sub- sidiaries, and business units operating around the world.
Miller joined Crowley in April 1995 as
Manager of Public Relations and Adver- tising for the corporation's Jacksonville- based container shipping subsidiary,
Crowley Liner Services. In April 2000, he was promoted to manager of Corpo- rate Communications with similar job responsibilities but supporting all of
Crowley's business units.
ReeferShip Ltd. Formed
LauritzenCool, Eastwind Transport and Armada Shipping announced the formation of ReeferShip Ltd.. a new marketing company that will identify, pursue, and develop business for refrig- erated ships controlled by Eco Shipping,
Arctic Reefers, and Armada Shipping.
ReeferShip Ltd. is owned equally by its three principals. The company's com- bined fleet stands at more than 50 ves- sels with total capacity of about 20 mil- lion cu. ft.
Vessels in the fleet range in size from 185,000 to 668,000 cu. ft. Arctic
Reefers and ECo Shipping will be kept intact in their present form as pools for large and handy-size refrigerated ves- sels, respectively.
Eastwind is contributing its reefer ves- sels of 400,000 cu. ft. and above to Arc- tic, LauritzenCool is placing its handy- size tonnage under Eco's management, and Armada is through a joint venture with Arctic placing tonnage in both the
Arctic and ECo systems. In addition,
Eastwind has taken a substantial share- holding in Arctic, while LauritzenCool has increased its ownership interest in
Finally, ReeferShip vessels from all three participating fleets will be used whenever possible to fill the tonnage requirements of Eastwind Transport and
ReeferShip will operate out of Copen- hagen and New York. Armada's reefer team will relocate to Copenhagen.
ReeferShip will also have access to all of Eastwind's and LauritzenCool's mar- keting and agency offices worldwide.
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A.R. Larsen To Offer
Turnkey Interior Services
A. R. Larsen Company, Inc. of Red- mond, Wash., a provider of galley equipment, design and custom fabrica- tion in the Northwest, has expanded its capabilities to include complete stan- dard and custom galley services to the marine industry.
Since 1985, A. R. Larsen has provided services for new and renovated galleys on commercial ships, fishing vessels, factory trawlers, oil rigs, cruise lines, passenger ferries and pleasure crafts around the Pacific Rim and beyond. For the past year, the company has been closely involved with the construction and renovation of complete galley inte- riors including joiner bulkheads and doors, ceiling systems, furnishings and fixtures. A. R. Larsen is presently com- pleting custom work and equipment for
Northwest passenger ferries and factory trawlers, national cruise ship lines and sportfishing vessels, and negotiating additional projects worldwide.
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