The name of the Baker-Whiteley Towing Company, which has been synonymous with the Port of Baltimore since 1878, was changed recently to that of its owners, McAllister Brothers, Inc.
Another change will be the painting of their fleet to correspond with the well-known colors and stack insignia of the McAllister fleets in the other ports of the world where they operate.
Since acquiring the Baker- Whiteley organization, McAllister has added two tugs to the Baltimore fleet, one of which is the 3,000-hp Grace McAllister. These additions have increased the company's ability to handle the largest ships calling at the Port of Baltimore.
Capt. Thomas J. Murphy Jr., president of the Baker-Whiteley Towing Company, will continue to be in charge of the Baltimore office as a vice president of McAllister Brothers, Inc.
Capt. Donald F. Stephens, general manager of McAllister Brothers, Inc., Philadelphia, has announced the a p p o i n t m e n t of Christopher T. Palo as marine superintendent. He will be responsible for all engineering and vessel maintenance and repair for the entire Philadelphia fleet and the
George T. Flanagan has been appointed general manager of McAllister Brothers, Inc., Norfolk Division. The announcement was made by Anthony J. McAllister Jr., president of the New Yorkbased towing and transportation company. Formerly a s s i s t a n t general manager in the Norfolk office, Mr.
McAllister Brothers, Inc., the New York-based towing and transportation company, has acquired the marine and other transportation- related assets of Norfolk. Baltimore and Carolina Lines, Inc. (NBC). The announcement was made by company president Brian A. McAllister. Termed a charter/ sale transactio
McAllister Brothers, Inc., the 113-year-old New York City-based marine transportation company, has announced the appointment of Robert Lounsbery to the post of chief operating officer. Mr. Lounsbery, a 47-year-old graduate of New York University, with a B.S. degree in management, was p r e v i o u
Anthony J. McAllister of Mc- Allister Brothers, Inc., the marine towing and transport company, has been awarded the Stevens Honor Award by Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, N.J. The award, which honors his extraordinary business career that spans six decades, was presented at the college's
The appointment of Bruce A. McAllister as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Maritime Affairs has been announced by Samuel B. Nemirow, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Maritime Affairs and head of the Maritime Administration. Mr. McAllister, formerly president and chief executive officer of McAlliste
Brian McAllister, president of McAllister Brothers Inc., has announced the appointment of Capt. Martyn L.C. Reynolds as vice president-sales. Captain R e y n o l d s ' s career spans more than 25 years in the shipping industry. Formerly of Wales, U.K., he started his career with Ben Lines of
Gerard M. McAllister, retired executive vice president and general counsel of McAllister Brothers Inc. of New York City, one of the largest towing and marine transportation companies in the world, died recently at his home in Avon, Conn. He was 74 years old and also lived in Lost Tree, Fla. Mr.
McAllister Brothers, Inc. recently announced the merger into its organization of Baker-Whiteley Towing Co., one of the two major tug operators in the Port of Baltimore. The announcement was made by Anthony J. McAllister Jr., president of the New York, N.Y.-based towing and transportation company
Technology to discuss a liaison program between the maritime industry and the engineering and science college. The meeting was hosted by Anthony J. McAllister, chairman of the Finance Committee, McAllister Brothers, Inc., and a graduate of Stevens in 1921, and Dr. Kenneth C. Rogers, president of Stevens
John P. Alban has been appointed to the staff of McAllister Brothers, Inc., New York, N.Y., as a manager in their Oil Transport Division. The announcement was made recently by Brian A. McAllister, vice president of the New Y o r k - b a s e d towing and transportation company. Mr. Alban has been
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