Five promotions, including the appointment of an executive vice president and two new vice presidents, have been announced at Perko, Inc., Miami, Fla., manufacturer of marine lights, hardware, and accessories.
The announcement was made recently by Marvin S. Perkins, president.
Leroy F. Hollenbeck. formerly vice president, has been appointed executive vice president. He will continue to oversee manufacturing activities, but will also lie responsible for additional management functions. Mr. Hollenbeck has been with Perko approximately 22 years.
Allen W. Matthews Jr., vice president of sales, becomes vice president of marketing. John P.
Rush, sales manager, was promoted to assistant vice president of marketing.
A d d i t i o n a l l y , Mike Angelone has been named vice president of data processing, and K. Timothy LePage has been named vice president of purchasing.
Robert S. Matthews, manager of Ryan-Walsh Stevedoring Company's Gulfport, Miss., operations has been appointed vice president of that firm. The appointment is the second major promotion Mr. Matthews has received within six months, having only recently received his managerial title. Mr. Matthews
The Power Systems Group of Combustion Engineering, Inc., Windsor, Conn., has announced the appointment of Thomas E. Matthews as manager of contracts, C-E Marine Power Systems. Mr. Matthews will be responsible for the overall performance and administration of marine contracts, including direction
, and GP80D Differential GPS; and Raytheon Ray 430 loudhailer. Current Nichols Brothers projects include the recently awarded contract to build a Robert Allen -designed fireboat for the Port of Los Angeles. The vessel, dedicated in ceremonies at the Port of Oakland in November, is named for Luis P e r a
. In his new position, Mr. Ellis will be responsible for oil and gas exploration operations domestically and foreign, and will report directly to Allen R. Stern, Ingram Exploration president
C.E. (Matt) Matthews has been appointed national sales manager of Morse Controls, responsible for sales of both marine and industrial products. Announcing the appointment, Terry Carrell, president of Morse, commented: "The changing nature of today's marketplace for our marine and industrial products
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2019 brings new missions, strategies and new optimism for this three-port Northeast gateway.The Connecticut Port Authority began operations in 2016. The quasi-public agency’s mission is to grow Connecticut’s economy and create jobs by strategically investing in the state’s three deepwater ports and small
Charles P. Siess Jr., president and chief executive officer of Marathon Manufacturing Company, Houston, has been named 1985-86 chairman of the National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) Pro- Leasing Task Force. The announcement was made by NOIA president Charles D. Matthews. As chairman of this
Philip J. Burguieres has been elected chairman of the board of the National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) for 1984-85. He is president and chief operating officer of Cameron Iron Works, Inc. of Houston. With 425 member companies, NOIA is the only national trade association representing all
it a lot easier to step away from the stacks and take a page from a leader extraordinaire, retired Admiral and former Commandant of the Coast Guard, Thad Allen. If ever two phrases seemed synonymous, they are Thad Allen and crisis management, probably because Leadership – with a capital “L” – is synonymous
Gulf Trading & Transportation Company, 1290 Avenue of the Americas, New York, N.Y. 10019, has announced the promotions of William E. Stark and James B. Allen. Gulf Trading & Transportation Company is a division of Gulf Oil Corporation. Mr. Stark has been promoted to manager, international marine sales
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I INSIGHTS: CONTAINERSHIPS Matthew Bonvento is the newest Assistant Professor in the Department of Marine Transportation at the United States Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, New York. Professor Bonvento is a graduate from SUNY Maritime College where he holds both a Bachelor of Science in Marine
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CONTENTS MarineNews September 2019 • Volume 30 Number 9 INSIGHTS 14 Loy Stewart, Jr. President, Detyens Shipyards PROPULSION 38 LNG as a Fuel Some forecasts expect 10% of the global ? eet to be powered by LNG by 2030; 25% by 2050. Will your vessels be among them? By Giorgos Plevrakis DP
MTR 100 Valeport Valeport Totnes, Devon, UK President/CEO: Matthew Quartley With a heritage dating back over observations can be monitored 50 years, Valeport designs and and recorded for surveys for up No. of Employees: 94 manufactures oceanographic and to three days continuous opera- www.valeport.co.
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The Case: SEWART SUPPLY Sewart is a world’s leading distributor of Twin Disc, Hamilton Jet, and Veth Propulsion products. Sewart offers high quality products combined with extensive remanu- facturing capabilities that have been successful across many industries. The ? rm specializes in energy and marine
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PORT DEVELOPMENT cess to produce. The document pinpoints eight objectives that will with New Haven they’d never get that holistic, uni?ed vision.” drive and guide CPS’s future investment strategy. These include: In terms of passenger vessels, Matthews knows the state has s
PORT DEVELOPMENT New London is one of the only ports on the eastern coast that doesn’t have any overhead bridge restrictions. This will allow the inshore building of wind turbines in shore, promptly loading onto an installation vessel, and then bringing it out to the foundation. Both ports in Narragansett
PORT DEVELOPMENT the future is now and that funding was provided by the State of Connecticut,” Mat- Evan Matthews is con?dent that the deal with come together suc- thews explains further, adding, “We partnered with municipalities cessfully. In this case, he’s got logistics on his side. “New London on
PORT DEVELOPMENT Connecticut Port Authority: (*) all images courtesy CPA 2019 brings new missions, strategies and new optimism for this three-port Northeast gateway. By Joseph Keefe he Connecticut Port Authority began operations in 2016. SHIPP: Funding the Mission The quasi-public agency’s mission is to
PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Cashman Equipment Corporation Connie Award Chi Stolzman King Crow Shea Hastings Lytle degree in Maritime Administration leadership roles managing operations, TVIB Welcomes New from Texas A&M Galveston. Hastings budgets and rail lines during times of Staff Member The TVIB has
PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS Johnson Allan Toma Garner Tadros commercial marine space by pioneer- Merchant Marine Academy, George’s Huibers to Chair NMMA Engine ing autonomous control and advanced maritime roots run deep. He previous- Manufacturers Division perception systems that make surface ly held the