COMSAT has announced that its board of directors has elected Irving Goldstein as chairman and chief executive officer, and Marcel Joseph as president and chief operating officer of the corporation, effective October 1 this year.
Mr. Goldstein, who joined the company in 1966 and has been president of COMSAT since 1983, will succeed Dr. Joseph Charyk, who will retire at the end of September.
He will continue to serve on the board of directors of the corporation.
Before becoming president of COMSAT in 1983. Mr. Goldstein had been executive vice president since 1982. Earlier, he held top management positions with the corporation's broadcast satellite and INTELSAT businesses.
Before joining COMSAT in April of 1985 as executive vice president, Mr. Joseph served for 24 years in progressively responsible management positions with General Electric Corporation, most recently as vice president and general manager of GE's Transportation Products Division.
Marcel P. Joseph has been elected executive vice president of Communications Satellite Corporation (COMSAT), Washington, D.C. He will report to COMSAT president Irving Goldstein, and will be responsible for the management and operations of all of COMSAT's business units. Mr. Joseph comes to COMSAT a
J. Conti, chairman of the board of Marine Transport Lines, has announced a number of promotions in the operations and financial staffs of the company. Joseph G. Drescher has been appointed vice president-operations. He has been with the company for 14 years, and was previously fleet director. Succeeding
Mrs. Geri M. Joseph, former U.S. Ambassador to the Netherlands, has been elected to the board of directors of Twin City Barge, Inc., St. Paul, Minn., it was announced recently by John W. Lambert, chairman of the board. A life-long resident of the Twin Cities, before becoming Ambassador in 1978, Mrs.
, Vt., class of 1943, president of Goddard College; Petro Kulynych of Wilkesboro, N.C., class of 1943, chairman of the board of Lowe's Companies, Inc.; Joseph M. Mahoney of Beverly, Mass., class of 1943, president of Chemical Applications Company, Inc.; Rear Adm. Thomas W. McNamara, USN, of Great Lakes
of Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc., and Lykes Lines Agency, Inc., have elected four new vice presidents, effective January 1, it was announced by Joseph T. Lykes Jr., chairman of the board of each of the companies. Newly elected were: Barton W.B. Jahncke, vice president, Sales and Marketing Division
17th Street, Suite 400 Fort Lauderdale, Fl 33316 Tel: (954) 764-8700 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.resolvemarine.com President & CEO: Joseph Farrell, Jr. The Company: RESOLVE Marine Group, Inc. is a marine services organization that provides salvage, emergency response, training, naval
Konstantopoulos, pastor of the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, who delivered the invocation. Miss Kim Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johnson, presented the sponsor a bouquet of red American Beauty roses. Traditionally, the flower girl is the daughter of an Avondale employee. Miss
, Seafarer ; Raymond L. King, Sea- Land Service; Capt. Bob Parker, St. Johns Bar Pilots Assn.; James J. Scott, formerly of Jacksonville Port Authority; Joseph Shiffert, North Florida Shipyards; John Sullivan, Sullivan & Sons Inc.; Tom Sween, Pepper Industries Inc.; Capt. Bryan W. Thornton, Sun State
, Inc.; Harlan T. Haller, Bailey Refrigeration Co., Inc.; Louis Y. Minett, American Bureau of Shipping; Philip A. Donohue, Maritime Overseas Corp.; Joseph Thelgie, Marine Transport Lines; William T. Dignes, Farrell Lines Inc.; Edward English, Atlantic Repair Company; Harry J. Dumbleton, American
Marine Transport Lines, Inc. recently announced the following promotions. Joseph G. Drescher to vice president-operations, where he will be responsible for MTL's fleet of 37 vessels with an aggregate deadweight approximating 1,690,028 long tons. In his 14 years with MTL he has held positions as
Joseph Cangelosi, formerly chief estimator and general superintendent of Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Hoboken shipyard and most recently manger of Elliott S. Braswell's Hoboken and Bayonne shipyards, announced the formation of his own firm, Seacon. Seacon will offer its services to owners, operators
and when you add a higher tempera- stars keep urchins under control,” ture to that, it kills faster, causing a said Joseph Gaydos, senior author on bigger impact.” the paper and director of UC Davis’ Fisheries depend on nearshore kelp SeaDoc Society program. “Without forests to form a healthy environmen
O OPENING SHOT Joseph Keefe Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, the editor of both Maritime Logistics Professional and MarineNews magazines. He can be reached at email@example.com INFRASTRUCTURE ‘101’ Part II “… U.S. Infrastructure Needs More
Pospeich is MR’s correspondent in Germany. One full year (12 issues) $189.00; two years $228.00 (24 issues) including postage and handling. Keefe Rusch Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts Mathias Rusch, Director of the Marine business unit at SKF. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Maritime
outreach has been related to this, and will continue to form an important part of the overall spectrum of the Club’s professional capabilities.” – Joseph Hughes, Chairman & Chief Executive Of cer, The American Club age” P&I cover with hull and other insurances such as MEL, commercial underwriter than
brings with it a fresh look at how to manage risk. Is it time for P&I clubs to return to brown water? And should inland operators welcome them home? By Joseph Keefe A mass exodus from the inland marine sector by P&I clubs in the mid-1990’s was precipitated by many things. Today, these very same vessels
just imagine those project cargoes shown on page 38 coming up river with an unvetted foreign mariner at the helm. Download our Apps iPhone & Android Joseph Keefe, Editor, email@example.com SUBSCRIBE Subscribe to the print or electronic edition of at www.marinelink.com/renewsubscr/Renew04/subscribe
C. O’Malley • firstname.lastname@example.org Associate Publisher & Editorial Director 6 Editor’s Note Greg Trauthwein • email@example.com Editor Joseph Keefe • firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 704-661-8475 8 Authors & Contributors Web Editor Eric Haun • email@example.com Contributing Writers Susan Buchanan
Mike Little Is it time for P&I clubs to return to brown water? And should inland operators welcome them home? 36 What’s Moving on Your Waterway? By Joseph Keefe Conventional wisdom points to the usual bulk cargoes. That may be true, but project cargoes involve big lifts and even bigger issues.
CONTAINER HANDLING EQUIPMENT KONECRANES Automated RTG System points the way to the future of terminal ef?ciency and safety Edited by Joseph Keefe erminal Petikemas Semarang (TPKS) in Semarang, Central ?eet of ARTG cranes to 20, with the earlier ARTGs already op- Java, is the second-largest container
Your Technology Compete in Today’s Terminal Operating Landscape? When it comes to terminal automation, ‘failing to plan means planning to fail.’ By Joseph Keefe utomation is not a one-size-?ts all solution. And, Tideworks is one of the bigger TOS providers in industry today. while future terminal operations
that, for today’s container nta ainer ports, tomorrow’s game won’t be won using yesterday’s technology. olo ogy. You can take that straight to the bank. Joseph Keefe, Editor | firstname.lastname@example.org 8 Maritime Logistics Professional March/April 2019 |
Parker 38 Container Handling Equipment Konecranes Automated RTG System points the way to the future of terminal ef?ciency and safety. Edited By Joseph Keefe 6 Maritime Logistics Professional March/April 2019 |
+1 212 477 6700 2 New York, NY 10010 USA +1 212 254 6271 Fax 3 URL www.MaritimeLogisticsProfessional.com email@example.com Email Editor Joseph Keefe firstname.lastname@example.org +1 704 661 8475 4 Contributing Writers 5 William P. Doyle Rick Eyerdam Patricia Keefe 6 Barry Parker William Stoichevski Publishe
IMO 2020 By Alok Sharma 14 Insights Transportation Industry Outlook 2019 By Mike Birge and Steve Bojan 16 Terminal Automation The Future of TOS By Joseph Keefe 20 Insights Using Technology to Streamline Operations in Container Shipping By Alexander Buchmann 43 Tech File Container xChange: matchmakers
building of the Massachusetts Mari- time Academy – there is a plaque that commemorates the words of the nation’s ? rst Maritime Administrator, Joseph P. Kennedy. First year MMA cadets are required to memorize it. It reads simply, “You can have a Merchant Marine with ? rst class men even if they
O OPENING SHOT Joseph Keefe Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, the editor of both Maritime Logistics Professional and MarineNews magazines. He can be reached at email@example.com Mass Maritime Honors Gallagher IRI’s William Gallagher headlined
, both at the cal support, including analytics and communications, to busi- state and federal levels. nesses across the maritime spectrum. Keefe Paschoa Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts Claudio Paschoa is a regular contributor to New Wave Media Maritime Academy and lead commentator
ATB REVIEW The Enduring, Iconic U.S. Flag ATB Model T e view from the Bouchard Boardroom and … beyond. By Joseph Keefe he roots of the now familiar and reliable articulated tug and barge (ATB) business are deep and stretch all the way back to the 1800’s. Along the way, various T patents to connect a
dividends for the shipyard’s bottom line and the environment alike, is poised to lif your bottom line with improved coatings and reduced corrosion. By Joseph Keefe hen it comes to marine coatings, preparation is to enable reuse of abrasive media. Able to accommodate everything. If that’s the case, then
step forward for this growing California shipyard. Equally impressive is what’s inside that rapidly developing hull and why those features were chosen. By Joseph Keefe he U.S. boatbuilding scene is a changing landscape of sition to builder larger 75-foot catamarans (and beyond) waterfront manufacturing that
.com PUBLISHER John C. O’Malley • firstname.lastname@example.org Associate Publisher & Editorial Director Greg Trauthwein • email@example.com Editor Joseph Keefe • firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 704-661-8475 6 Editor’s Note Web Editor Eric Haun • email@example.com Contributing Writers Susan Buchanan • Lawrence
alike, with a little help from Europe. is poised to lift your bottom line with improved By Rick Eyerdam coatings and reduced corrosion. By Joseph Keefe 34 What’s in Your Workboat? Moose Boats rises to the challenge of building its biggest ves- sel ever. That’s an important step forward for
O OPINION: SubM Joseph Keefe Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, the editor of both Maritime Logistics Professional and MarineNews magazines. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org SubM What a Long, Strange Trip it’s Been range Beach, Alabama:
Paschoa is a regular contributor to New Wave Media SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION Keefe publications, print and electronic. He authors a weekly column Joseph Keefe is a 1980 (Deck) graduate of the Massachusetts on the new OEDigital.com. In U.S.: Maritime Academy and lead commentator of MaritimeProfes- One