Advanced Marine Enterprises Inc. recently announced the appointment of John A. Malagraph as general manager of their newly opened New York office, located at 170 Broadway.
Prior to joining Advanced Marine Enterprises Inc., Mr. Malagraph spent 12 years with Designers & Planners Inc. (formerly a subsidiary of Todd Shipyards), holding various management positions, including treasurer.
Advanced Marine's New York office joins the other highly successful naval architecture, management science, and marine and ocean engineering offices located at Arlington and Virginia Beach, Va., San Diego, Calif., and Philadelphia, Pa.
Since the start of its operations in mid-1981, the New York office has successfully completed jobs f o r Barge Music, Ltd.; Braswell Shipyards, Inc.; Department of Marine & Aviation, City of New York; and Marine Design & Operations. With this modest beginning, supported by the large resources of the other divisions, the New York office is expected to be self sustaining within one year.
Advanced Marine is currently serving the Naval Sea Systems Command; Military Sealift Command ; U.S. Coast Guard; and a number of major shipyards including Ingalls, General Dynamics, Quincy, and Norfolk Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Advanced Marine's most recent award was the multiyear, multimillion-dollar engineering support contract with PMS-383 (NAVSEA Acquisition Manager f o r Auxiliary Ships).
, Edmond J. Moran Jr. and W. Anthony Watt. Edmond Moran came to the company from States Marine Lines in 1971 to work in the sales department at the New York office. A graduate of Georgetown University, he was appointed vice president of Florida Towing Company in Jacksonville when that firm was acquired
, with the world's largest capacity ro/ro vessels from Portsmouth, Va. His appointment was announced by Richard Paddon, managing director at H&T's New York office. Mr. Funke most recently served as executive vice president of Evergreen Handt Corp. He has been in the shipping industry for 20 years and
with the shipowner companies in the New York area. UNITOR Ships Service Inc. has been in operation in New York since 1967. In addition to the New York office, the company has branch offices in Baltimore, Norfolk, Philadelphia, Miami, New Orleans, Houston, Beaumont, Los Angeles, and San Francisco
Francis A. Martin and Ottaway, Inc. has announced the opening of an office in London. Francis A. Martin and Ottaway, Inc. of New York, and Marine Advisory and Technical Services (Aspenway Ltd.) of London have agreed to a joint venture in the foundation of Martin, Ottaway and Marine Advisory, Inc.
of Lufkin's 'Gear Division. The Eastern region includes the Pittsburgh office, where Mr. Finney is located, and the Baltimore, Cleveland, and New York offices. Previously, Mr. Finney had been division manager for the Pittsburgh- Cleveland Division. Lufkin also announced the relocation of R.W. (Bob)
, taxes, insurance, benefits accounting, and data processing. Mr. Walsh joined the J.J. Henry Co. in 1962 as manager of accounting in the New York Office. Moving with the Accounting Department when it was relocated to the Production Division Headquarters in Moorestown, N.J., in 1971, he advanced
James J. Convy, chairman of the board, Gibbs & Cox, Inc., New York-headquartered naval architectural firm, has announced the appointment of Robert J. Ford to the position of chief engineer and head of the machinery division in New York. Mr. Ford joined Gibbs & Cox in 1942, immediately after graduatin
manager for a motor carrier responsible for sales and marketing activities in the New England area. Mr. Derby will operate out of Crowley's New York office at 61 Broadway, Suite 2428, New York, N.Y. 10006
Robert H. Cleary has been named to head the New York office of Systems Engineering Associates Corporation. In making the announcement, Donald Tarquini, vice president of Marine Services Division, said that Mr. Cleary will oversee the division's New York operations, recently expanded to support
Navarino Shipping and Transport S.A. of Piraeus, Greece, in January 1977 as manager of chartering and operations, and establishing their New York office. Mr. Lee is working under his own name at 104 East 40th Street, New York, N.Y. 10016
. Following World War II Navy service as a lieutenant (jg) in the Pacific Theater of Operations, he joined Alcoa in 1946 and was assigned to the New York office as a sales engineer. In 1957, Mr. Kiskaddon moved to Pittsburgh to become industry manager-passenger automotive sales. Subsequently, he was
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