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  • James J. Scott Jr. of Sea-Land Service, Inc. has been named executive director for the Port Authority of Jebel Ali, a new Mideast port due to become fully operational in the second quarter of 1979. Announcement of the appointment has been made by Sea- Land following the signing of a 10-year contract between the U.S.

    containership company and the ruler of Dubai, Rashid bin Said A1 Maktoum, providing that Sea- Land will provide certain technical services to the newly created port authority.

    Mr. Scott will be responsible for Jebel Ali's containerized, breakbulk and liquefied petroleum gas terminals, as well as the operation of the port's tanker berths and other specialized waterfront facilities. A major aim of the authority will be the development of industry in the port district.

    Mr. Scott was previously managing director of the Jacksonville (Fla.) Port Authority, and previous to that was engineering director for the South Carolina State Ports Authority.

    In his new post, Mr. Scott will report directly to Bernard E.

    Czachowski, Sea-Land's executive vice president-affiliated services, a branch of the company administering all activities not directly involved with containership operations.

  • The American Association of Port Authorities concluded its 69th annual convention, held in Norfolk, Va., recently with the election of officers and directors for the coming year. Don Welch, executive director of the South Carolina Ports Authority, was elected president of the Association that

  • James R. Kelly, director of the Delaware River Port Authority's World Trade Division and a past president of the North Atlantic Ports Association, has been named to succeed executive director William W. Watkin Jr. as head of the bistate agency. Mr. Kelly will also assume the new title of president wh

  • The appointment of John E. Savage as general manager of port sales to succeed Hendryk S. Weeks who has retired, it was announced recently by Anthony J. Tozzoli, director of the Port Department of The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Mr. Savage, who previously was special assistant to Mr.

  • , and has since been assigned to special projects development, generally in the Central Gulf Coast area. His primary area of responsibility will be the Port of Pascagoula. Prior to joining Ryan-Walsh, he had been port director at Gulfport for the Mississippi State Port Authority, holding that post since

  • and directors were reelected to serve new terms on the board of the U.S. Committee: treasurer—Bernard Gelman, supervisor and financial analyst, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey; regional vice presidents — J.P. Gray, vice president, Matson Terminals, J.C. Jessen, director of traffic

  • In an attempt to tap into the Port of Baltimore's export business, the Philadelphia Regional Port Authority has recently opened its new inland port. Baltimore offers shippers some major advantages when compared to Philadelphia. The Port of Baltimore is physically closer to the key industrial city

  • staggered three-year terms and representing five membership categories: water carriers, waterway shippers, shipyards and other waterway services, port authorities and other public members and associations. Berdon Lawrence, now completing his first term as conference chairman, is president of Hollywood

  • ro/ro and container vessels provides the most comprehensive ocean cargo service in the U.S./Puerto Rico trade to San Juan from six East and Gulf Coast ports. A 12-year steamship veteran, Mr. Lugo most recently was in charge of the Puerto Rico operations of Transamerican Trailer Transport (TTT), which

  • Ranking Korean maritime and diplomatic officials visited the Port of Oakland for the formal signing of a Sister Port affiliation between the Port of Oakland, Calif., and the Port of Inchon, Republic of Korea. Heading the Korean delegation were Young Woo Chang, director general, Planning and Managemen

  • The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and a major marine terminal operator in the Port of Hamburg, Germany, have successfully linked their Electronic Data Exchange (EDI) systems to create an international interchange of oceanborne cargo information. The announcement was made by Lillian C.

  • J. Ron Brinson, former port director and now special projects coordinator of the Port of New Orleans, was elected chairman of the National Waterways Conference, Inc., at the organization's annual meeting. Brinson succeeds Craig E. Philip of Nashville, president and CEO of Ingram Barge Co., who

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