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  • Fred Hahnfeldt has been appointed sales manager for H.O.

    Penn Machinery Co. Inc.'s power division by vice president Henry Killian.

    Mr. Hahnfeldt joined H.O. Penn in 1968 after graduating from Yale University. He has held several positions, including credit manager and finance representative. In 1976 he accepted a sales position with the construction equipment division.

    As sales manager for the power division, he will oversee the division's sales efforts throughout all of H.O. Penn's lower New York State and Connecticut territories. Offered is the full line of Caterpillar diesel and gas powered engines and generator sets, including marine engines, plus experienced sales engineers, financial advice and assistance, genuine Caterpillar parts and reliable service.

    Mr. Hahnfeldt is based at H.O.

    Penn's corporate headquarters in Armonk, N.Y., and can be reached at (914) 273-9800 or (212) 292- 4800.

  • has held other executive positions in the marine and land transportation industry in operations, administration, and finance. He is a graduate of Yale Law School, and also earned a bachelor of science degree from Webb Institute of Naval Architecture. He is a member of the American and New York

  • , Electric Power Conversion System, where he worked in international marketing. Mr. Weinstein received a B.A. degree in American studies from Yale University, and is currently completing an MBA program at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Butterworth Systems Inc. is located at 224 Park Avenue

  • , and there is now a legal responsibility implied in the MLC that gives crew the right to have a medical specialist consider their illness. Future Care & Yale Earlier this year the Yale University Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program, in collaboration with Future Care, Inc., reported initial results

  • and tools that allow them to be agile, efficient, and nimble.    As a manufacturer of one such tool — the synthetic heavy lifting sling Fortis² — Yale Cordage has seen this movement through a unique vantage point – one where seemingly small details and tools are optimized for big results. Back in May

  • Seafarer Health: a fulltime job In May of last year, an ambitious effort to bring seafarer healthcare to a new, higher standard kicked off when the Yale University School of Medicine, in conjunction with managed healthcare solution provider Future Care, Inc., released a study entitled Preliminary Evaluation

  • A. Farrell was raised and has lived in Connecticut most of his lifetime, where his grandfather settled in 1845. He received his bachelor's degree from Yale University and served as an officer in the U.S. Naval Reserve during World War II. Because of his father's strong conviction that the African trade pot

  • company. Prior to Ellicott Mr. Bowe worked for the Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York as a loan officer in the Energy Group. He has a B.A. degree from Yale University and a MBA from Harvard. Douglas J. Piper to vice president. In his new position Mr. Piper will oversee the company's engineering, estimating

  • , management and government leaders. James A. Farrell Jr. was elected president of the newly formed American South African Line upon his graduation from Yale in 1926. In the ensuing years, he extended his company's services to all three coasts of Africa and is credited with doing the most to create an

  • of a mariner. For that reason alone, the well being of mariners is central to the central purpose of MLC. With that in mind, more than one year ago, the Yale University School of Medicine, in conjunction with managed healthcare solution provider Future Care, Inc., released a study entitled Preliminary Evaluation

  • to helicopter transport for remote insertion and extraction of personnel, they still need to consider how to move their craft. For example, Maine-based Yale Cordage has developed a range of heavy duty rope slings to handle boats that are carried under helicopters. Government Accounts Manager, Skip Yale explained

  • under the control of an independent chairman. Besides the directors of H.P. Drewry, the Seminar team consists of Professor Norman who was educated at Yale and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and was assistant professor at the Institute for Shipping Research in Bergen, Norway, from 1971 to 1975

  • MN Aug-18#87 CEO/President:  
Tom Yale
CEO/President:  
Jarrod)
    August 2018 - Marine News page: 87

    CEO/President: Tom Yale CEO/President: Jarrod Felton Superior IndustriesYale Cordage THE COMPANY: THE COMPANY: Superior Industries engineers and manufactures ground- Founded in 1950 by O. Sherman Yale, Yale Cordage breaking, bulk material processing and handling equip- pioneered the use of synthetic ?

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  • MT Mar-18#8  In? nity, the U.S. company 
Yale in 1960, Ed worked at Clevite)
    March 2018 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 8

    3, 2018 after a long illness. 9th HUGIN Born in 1938 to Edward Sr. and Theresa (Savio) Curley, after graduating from Ocean In? nity, the U.S. company Yale in 1960, Ed worked at Clevite Transistor in what was the beginning of currently searching for missing Ma- the semiconductor age. As a talented engineer

  • MT Oct-17#54 , up till now ZipGrips Patented
Yale Cordage received a patent)
    October 2017 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 54

    installed rocks in water of these type of sensors, CTG said. depths of up to 1,277 meters. These non-contact systems, up till now ZipGrips Patented Yale Cordage received a patent on only available for such parameters as KCS Orders Cable Layer ZipGrips, which were primarily turbidity and ? ow, are now

  • MP Q3-17#59  Company, a division of Hyster-Yale 
Group, is headquartered)
    Jul/Aug 2017 - Maritime Logistics Professional page: 59

    located in California, are under higher pressure when it comes to reaching certain environmental goals.” For its part, Hyster Company, a division of Hyster-Yale Group, is headquartered in Cleveland, OH and employs more than 6,300 people worldwide. The frm offers as many as 130 lift truck models confgured

  • MN May-17#58 PRODUCTS
Yale Cordage for  
Durability and Safety)
    May 2017 - Marine News page: 58

    PRODUCTS Yale Cordage for Durability and Safety Yale Cordage’s application-speci

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    designed to be the toughest equipment in the field. We’re not talking about the bulldozer. We’re talking about the sling. 2 * The Fortis Sling from Yale Cordage. Lighter and stronger means faster install time and greater ROI. Now you can manage your heaviest payloads safely and effectively with a lightweight

  • MN Sep-16#57 PRODUCTS
  
Yale Cordage’s Application- Harrington Hoists)
    September 2016 - Marine News page: 57

    PRODUCTS Yale Cordage’s Application- Harrington Hoists ½ Ton Hand Chain Hoist speci? c Cordage Harrington Hoists’ Yale Cordage’s application-speci? c CX005 mini hand synthetics are known for durability chain hoist is com- and safety, but until recently, many pact and has a rated shipyards needed

  • MN Sep-16#49 , vice president of sales at Yale 
Several yards have adopted)
    September 2016 - Marine News page: 49

    and complete the job ships around (so to speak) on a dime. without ever needing help from a coworker or machine. Jamie Goddard, vice president of sales at Yale Several yards have adopted 55-foot Fortis² slings, which Cordage, leads sale strategy for the company and are rated for 100 tons and can be lifted

  • MN Sep-16#48  XS Max-
lifting sling Fortis² — Yale Cordage has seen this move-)
    September 2016 - Marine News page: 48

    at 1/8th the Weight As a manufacturer of one such tool — the synthetic heavy Fortis² is a multi-part sling made of Unitrex XS Max- lifting sling Fortis² — Yale Cordage has seen this move- wear synthetic cable that has a core of Honeywell Spectra ment through a unique vantage point – one where seem- HMPE ?

  • MN May-16#59  can pay off both 
Eventually, Yale cordage developed a synthetic)
    May 2016 - Marine News page: 59

    to move slings, or slings need be left outdoors, with synthetics to rest. an investment in Fortis2 multipart slings can pay off both Eventually, Yale cordage developed a synthetic multipart in time savings and equipment costs. Just as importantly, it sling of the same length, stretch characteristics

  • MN May-16#58  slings. When mov- challenge, Yale Cordage approached 
ing)
    May 2016 - Marine News page: 58

    be a better way. A safer would hoist them up onto the hull with and easier one, too. Intrigued by the cranes and steel-wire slings. When mov- challenge, Yale Cordage approached ing from one piece to the next, the lifting the shipyard. The task: to create a syn- slings — which weighed in at upwards thetic

  • MN May-16#57  
Lighter 
Lifting on 
the Job
Yale Cordage’s Fortis2 Slings)
    May 2016 - Marine News page: 57

    CORDAGE & RIGGING New Synthetic Slings Allow for Lighter Lifting on the Job Yale Cordage’s Fortis2 Slings can maximize ef? ciency and minimize common jobsite hazards. By Jamie Goddard t a large American shipyard, a new kind of synthetic ic round slings for certain jobs and enjoyed the lightweight

  • MR Apr-16#15 . 
 
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    designed to be the toughest equipment in the field. We’re not talking about the bulldozer. We’re talking about the sling. 2 * The Fortis Sling from Yale Cordage. Lighter and stronger means faster install time and greater ROI. Now you can manage your heaviest payloads safely and effectively with a lightweight

  • MN Apr-16#64  . . .(360) 707-2752
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    Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.munsonboats.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(360) 707-2752 13 . . . . .Yale Cordage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.yalecordage.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

  • MR Mar-16#11 . 
 
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    designed to be the toughest equipment in the field. We’re not talking about the bulldozer. We’re talking about the sling. 2 * The Fortis Sling from Yale Cordage. Lighter and stronger means faster install time and greater ROI. Now you can manage your heaviest payloads safely and effectively with a lightweight

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  • MR Nov-15#151  Mariners’ Memorial Chapel 
from Yale Law School. maintains both)
    November 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 151

    University magna cum laude and velopment and sales for Rybovich. He Long-time Teekay leader David Glendin- tober at the Mariners’ Memorial Chapel from Yale Law School. maintains both USCG 1600 and MCA ning, president of Teekay Gas Services, on the campus of the United States Mer- 3000 GRT licenses, and

  • MN Nov-15#103  magna cum laude and from Yale 
Law School.
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    November 2015 - Marine News page: 103

    Saltchuk, where she served as Associate General Counsel and Compliance Of? cer. Nguyen- Bull graduated from Harvard Univer- sity magna cum laude and from Yale Law School. www.marinelink.com MN Nov15 Layout 98-107.indd 103 10/23/2015 2:45:01 P

  • MR Jul-15#29  the terminal owner.”  Finally, Yale grad and KVH Industries)
    July 2015 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 29

    we see improvement (in the way forward. “We can send the bill cus.” per second network speeds (versus 256 Sat-Coms).” to the terminal owner.” Finally, Yale grad and KVH Industries kilobit-per second L-Band) — are part of While, satellite-transfers of fuel-qual- founder and chief exec, Martin Kits van

  • MN Oct-14#35 . For example, 
Maine-based Yale Cordage has devel-
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    helicopter transport for remote insertion and extraction of personnel, they still need to consider how to move their craft. For example, Maine-based Yale Cordage has devel- oped a range of heavy duty rope slings to handle boats that are carried under helicopters. Government Accounts Manager, Skip

  • MR Aug-77#17  War II and graduation 
from Yale University, and shortly)
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    was made by Richard J. Eckart, board chairman. Mr. Evans joined Sapolin in 1947 after military service in World War II and graduation from Yale University, and shortly thereafter became affiliated with Woolsey sales. Following various field and management positions, he was elected president