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  • Amtorg Trading Corporation, which represents Soviet foreign trade organizations in the United States, will open a new office at the World Trade Center, New York, N.Y., this summer, it was announced by Viktor I. Bessmertniy, president and chairman of Amtorg, and Commissioner Andrew C. Axtell of The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

    Amtorg's new space at the Trade Center will be used as an information office to provide U.S. businessmen with full information on Soviet goods for export, particularly machinery, industrial instruments and equipment, and raw materials.

    At a lease signing ceremony held at the World Trade Center, Mr.

    Bessmertniy said: "The signing of this contract for setting up an information service for Amtorg will contribute to the promotion and strengthening trade relations between U.S.A. companies and Soviet foreign trade organizations, and involving a great number of American companies in trade contacts with Soviet trade organizations." Commissioner Axtell said : "I am convinced on the basis of my participation in the Port Authority's trade mission to Moscow and Leningrad last year, that a greater flow of trade between our respective nations will be of lasting benefit to our two peoples. Now that regular steamship service is available between the Port of New York-New Jersey and the Soviet Union, we can look forward to ever-increasing commerce between the U.S. and the USSR. In this exchange of goods, which I hope will flourish for years to come, Amtorg and the World Trade Center will naturally play a leading part." Also participating in the lease signing ceremony were Konstantin T. Lvov, general representative of Amtorg Trading Corporation in the USSR, and John B. McAvey, deput y director of world trade for the Port Authority.

    Amtorg's occupancy represents the first participation in the Trade Center of an agency of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. There are more than 50 nations represented in the World Trade Center, either through private firms or official Government agencies. In all, over 400 international firms and Government organizations are now doing business at the Trade Center.

    Amtorg Trading 'Corporation was established in New York in May 1924, to consolidate the representation of Soviet agencies handling trade between the United States and USSR. Amtorg also maintains an office at 355 Lexington Avenue in New York City.

  • at One World Trade Center, Suite 4903, New York, N.Y. 10048. Telephone numbers at the new location are (212) 466-1922 and (800) 221-5100. The World Trade Center office is headquarters for the Northeast Region of Crowley's Caribbean Division encompassing eastern and central New York, eastern Pennsylvania an

  • . Port Authority chairman William J. Ronan and Congressman Murphy unveiled a model of the Memorial at public ceremonies on the plaza of the World Trade Center, also marking the start of World Trade Week. Dr. Ronan, who spoke in his role as chairman of the World Trade Week Committee for the New

  • , as well as the import of these products. In North America, Gdynia America Line are agents for Centromor, with offices at One World Trade Center, New York, N.Y. 10006. Zdzislaw Pienkawa, formerly director of production for the Polish Yards is the Centromor representative in the U

  • to provide salvage and oil pollution services unmatched anywhere in the world. Pending outfitting of the company's New York City offices at Two World Trade Center, the headquarters staff will be located in the offices of Moran Towing Corporation, One World Trade Center, Suite 5335, New York, N.Y. 10048

  • and LNG carriers, bulk and general cargo vessels and passenger ships. Moran Kurz Shipping Agencies, Inc., is headquartered in Suite 6233 at Five World Trade Center, New York, N.Y. 10048

  • . For a copy of this informative brochure, contact Zdzislav Pienkawa, Centromor representative in the U.S., at Gdynia America Line, Inc., One World Trade Center, Suite 3557, New York, N.Y. 10048

  • Lumpur, Malaysia, October 18-21 The 13th International LNG & LPG Conference and Exhibition, Gastech 88, will be held in the Putra World Trade Center, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, from October 18-21, 1988. It will be the first Gastech meeting to be held in a major LNG exporting country. The

  • of the present were the highlights of the Port of New York-New Jersey National Maritime Day ceremonies held Monday, May 22, on the plaza of the World Trade Center, New York, N.Y. Some 200 midshipmen from the United States Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y., participated in a t h r i l l i

  • Sea Containers Atlantic Ltd., the Bermuda affiliate of Sea Containers Inc., One World Trade Center, New York, N.Y. 10048, has announced the signing of a letter of intent with Nippon Kokan K.K., Japan, for the construction of four large containerships. The proposed vessels will each have a capacity

  • of the Traffic Management Institute, and served in World War II as an Army captain. He will be headquartered in H&T's New York office at One World Trade Center

  • , and IHC Holland is the largest supplier of dredges and dredging equipment in the world. Dredge Technology Corporation is located at One World Trade Center, New York, N.Y. 10048

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