The appointment of John G.
Rogers as manager, facility services, in Bethlehem Steel Corporation's shipbuilding department was announced recently by David H. Klinges, vice president in charge of shipbuilding.
Mr. Rogers is advancing from planning engineer. In his new capacity, Mr. Rogers will be responsible for all matters concerning facilities for the shipbuilding department.
Mr. Rogers was graduated from Stevens Institute of Technology in 1938 with a degree in mechanical engineering. He joined Bethlehem Steel in 1942 at its former Staten Island Yard, and later that year was assigned to shipbuilding headquarters in New York City as an engineer in facilities engineering.
In 1944, he was assigned to the Hoboken (N.J.) yard as plant engineer, and four years later returned to shipbuilding headquarters as assistant to construction engineer. In 1969, Mr. Rogers was promoted to planning engineer in facilities engineering.
On January 17, 1977, in the main lounge of The Whitehall Club, New York, N.Y., The Geo. W. Rogers Construction Corporation, represented by George B. White, its president, and F. Rogers Ketcham, vice president and nephew of the late George W. Rogers, presented to The Whitehall Club a special edition
Daniel R. Rogers has been appointed marketing manager for the marine division of Zidell Explorations, Inc., Portland, Ore. Thomas A. Sherwood, division manager, said Mr. Rogers brings to the newly created position more than 24 years of experience in the marine industry, primarily in sales and
A.G. Giudice, executive vice president, Drew Chemical Corporation, New York, N.Y., a subsidiary of United States Filter Corporation, has announced the appointment of John A.D. Rogers as managing director of Drew's new subsidiary, Arnock Chemical & Engineering Services, Pty., Ltd., Cape Town, South
The acquisition of Steadfast Marine, Inc., was recently announced by Oceaneering International, Inc. of Houston, Texas. Steadfast Marine is headquartered in Falls Church, Va., in the Washington, D.C., area, and specializes in marine search and recovery, accident investigation, towing, and navigation.
two 142-inchdiameter, 5-bladed stainless steel main propellers. A Flume passive stabilization system is installed to improve the vessel's stability. JUSTIN T. ROGERS St. Louis Ship The river towboat Justin T. Rogers, built by the St. Louis Ship Division of Pott Industries for Midland Affiliated Company
Marathon LeTourneau Offshore Company recently announced a major internal reorganization designed to position the company's marketing, contract administration, and customer service capabilities in line with current market conditions and future demands. Details of the reorganization were announced by
Federal Barge Lines, Inc., St. Louis, has announced the following promotions and management changes: John F. Lynch, president and chief executive officer; Thomas F. Maloney, senior vice president-sales; Robert A. Labdon, senior vice president-operations ; and Richard D. Rogers, vice presidentengineering
National Supply Company, 1455 West Loop South, Houston, Texas 77027, major oil-field equipment manufacturer, announces that it has consolidated its domestic and international marketing effort for drilling equipment into a single worldwide organization under its National Drilling Equipment operation.
Maine Maritime Academy at Castine has been awarded a grant of $16,000 by the Henri Kummerman Foundation. Set up in 1977 by the president of the International MacGregor Organization, worldrenowned designers and supplier of marine cargo access equipment, the Henri Kummerman Foundation has the express
The Service Company of Louis Rogers, Inc. (SCLR), a specialist in marine repair and maintenance services located in Port Canaveral, Fla., has continued to maintain its workload with the addition of two more dockside availabilities. The first was the USCGC Vigilant (WMEC-617) with a base value of $95
in three staterooms, and the vessel is fitted with a spacious, fully equipped galley. The fifth vessel in the FOSTI contract, t h e towboat Justin- Lindsay, is the first boat to be built in Orange Shipbuilding's new construction shop. The building has two construction bays, each 220 feet
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