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  • Alco Power Inc., Auburn, N.Y., is offering a new four-color, 20- page brochure which describes their line of POWER BOSS diesel engines.

    The brochure, "The Alco POWER BOSS," details the company's five basic 6, 8, 12, 16 and 18- cylinder engines in a complete range of configurations. These are all four-cycle diesel engines, ranging in size from an 800-bhp in-line six-cylinder through a 4,500-bhp V-18. Full-color photographic cutaway views reveal internal design features of the Alco engines and all components. The brochure contains complete engine specifications and details. It completely describes Alco-manufactured turbochargers, a worldwide parts and service complex, as well as an engine remanufacturing and unit exchange program called "The Alco Extended Engine Life Program." Accompanying the brochure are recently published rating sheets which list the specific ratings for each cylinder size in all applications.

    For a free copy of "The Alco POWER BOSS" and new rating sheets, write to Edward T. Mosley, Alco Power Inc., 100 Orchard Street, Auburn, N.Y. 13021.

  • and Isuzu. Earlier this year it received the U.S. President's "E" Award for excellence in export markets. For more information on the Alco engines, Write 44 on Reader Service Car

  • The 270 also has the capability of burning inferior quality fuels. For full information and complete literature d e s c r i b i n g the new ALCO 270, Write 22 on Reader Service Car

  • in customer applications while taking advantage of the reduced cost of these fuels. For a free copy of this ALCO brochure (HF 977-3M), write to Edward T. Mosley, Alco Power Inc., 100 Orchard Street, Auburn, N.Y. 13021

  • John M. Stebbins has been named vice president, sales and marketing, U.S., of Alco Power Inc., a subsidiary of Bombardier, Inc., of Montreal, Canada. The announcement was made by Roland Gagnon, president of the Rail and Diesel Products Division of Bombardier. In this position, Mr. Stebbins will be

  • E.H. Glascock, vice president, marketing and sales, Alco Power Inc., Auburn, N.Y., has announced that its Southwestern Regional Headquarters has been located in a larger, more modern facility. This new location is 3572 East T.C. Jester, P.O. Box 10895, Houston, Texas 77018. From this complex, Alco

  • Neil H. Whitehead has been appointed sales engineer f o r the midcontinent region by Alco Power Inc. of Auburn, N.Y. In his new position, Mr. Whitehead will be responsible for the sales and service of Alco POWER BOSS diesel engines and parts in the riverboat and industrial diesel markets. Reporting

  • The General Electric Company Limited of London, England (GEC), which is not affiliated with the General Electric Co. of U.S.A., has announced that it completed the purchase of ALCO Engines, White Industrial Power, Inc., from White Motor Corporation of Cleveland, Ohio. The new name for the 129-yearold

  • Richard Fuller was recently appointed manager of manufacturing for Alco Power Inc. of Auburn, N.Y. Mr. Fuller came to Alco from the Mixing Equipment Co., Inc. in Rochester, N.Y., where he held the position of manager of weld and fabrication departments. In his new position, Mr. Fuller will be

  • Gilles Courville, interim president of Bombardier/Alco Power Inc. in Auburn, N. V., has announced the appointment of C. Jay Slaybaugh as vice president and chief operating officer. Prior to joining Bombardier/Alco, Mr. Slaybaugh was president and chief executive officer of Rock of Ages Corporation

  • The recent acquisition of Alco Power Inc. of Auburn, N.Y., by Bombardier Inc., a diversified Canadian manufacturer of transportation, recreational and industrial products, will enhance ALCO's position as a well respected diesel engine manufacturer, according to Gilles Courville, responsible for

  • With the acquisition of the Transportation Division, A.E. Goodwin Limited, Comeng Holdings Limited, Sydney, became the new Australian licensee for Alco Engines Division of White Industrial Power, Inc. The license to ibuild Alco dies el engines will he administered within the Comeng Group hy the

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