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Theriot Promoted at Bollinger
Bollinger Shipyards, Inc., Lockport,
La., announced that Scott Theriot will assume the newly developed position of Vice President,
Mike Ellis will fill the Executive Vice
President of New
Construction posi- tion on an interim basis until a replace- ment is identified.
American Salvage Association
Names New Leaders industry, most recently as president and CEO of
Frasher's hiring is part of a manage- ment transition plan for the retirement of
Michael C. Hagen,
Frasher who plans to step down at the end of
Alstom Consortium Wins Fincantieri
Order For Carnival
ALSTOM has secured its third con- tract in recent months to supply equip- ment for major shipbuilding projects - mainly Carnival Liberty - scheduled for
People & Company News delivery in July 2005. The contract involves the supply of an electrical package for Carnival Liberty, the new vessel being built for Carnival Cruise
Lines for a July 2005 delivery.
The vessel, which will be built by
Fincantieri at the Port of Monfalcone in the Gulf of Trieste, Italy, will be used for year-round worldwide cruising for up to
Richard Fairbanks. President of
Titan Maritime, LLC (Fort Lauderdale,
FL), has been named President of the
American Salvage Association (ASA).
George Wittich, Senior Vice President of Weeks Marine (Cranford, NJ), has been named the association's Vice
President, and John Witte, Jr., Executive
Vice President, Donjon Marine Co.,
Inc. (Hillside, NJ), has been named
ASA's new Secretary/Treasurer.
Sugar Assumes Chairman Duties
Northrop Grumman Corporation announced that its board of directors has elected Ronald D.
Sugar, the compa-
V ny's chief executive
ACL- 1m officer and president, ^^ ifl as Northrop ttg£V Grumman's next pPj^H chairman of the ^^M board. Effective Oct.
Sugar L 2003, Sugar will be chairman, CEO and president. As previously announced, Kent Kresa, who has served as chairman since 1990, will retire on that date. Kresa stepped down in April 2003 as president and chief executive officer.
Frasher Takes Head of Helm at
Stephen A. Frasher has been appointed president and CEO of American
Commercial Barge Line LLC as well as
CEO of Jeffboat LLC, Louisiana Dock
Company LLC and American
Commercial Terminals LLC. With 31 years of experience in the transportation
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