Michael R. Keough, vice president and general manager of ExecuSearch, the professional recruitment firm, announces the relocation of the company offices to 140 Bay Street, Staten Island, N.Y. 10301.
Mr. Keough indicated that the move to the parent company headquarter's building permits expansion of research capacity, better coordination of a c t i v i t i e s with the parent's other divisions, and much-needed room to expand their skills bank capability. Areas of specialization are being expanded to include pollution control and energy development as natural adjuncts to the company's current activities in marine, shipping, transportation, power engineering and chemical fields.
ExecuSearch was founded in 1976 as an expansion of Gerri G.
Inc. The parent is the holding company and is the successor to Gibney Personnel, which has been well-known in the marine and transportation community for the past 20 years in and around the Northeast. Gibney still exists as another division of Gerri G. Inc.
ExecuSearch was founded to expand the scope of operation nationally, and to impact in areas of high technical and managerial needs.
Matton Shipyard Co., Inc. recently delivered the tugboat Michael Turecamo to her owners, Turecamo Coastal & Harbor Towing Corp., New York, N.Y., in a brief ceremony at Cohoes, N.Y. The Michael is now engaged in coastwise towing from the Port of New York. The 105-foot vessel is powered by two
, Wash., October 13-15. The program will feature a variety of workshops, forums, technical papers and presentations. As an additional attraction, Michael Reagan, son of President Reagan, will be the guest speaker for the annual awards banquet on October 15. According to NMEA president Gerald A
Robert N. Stout, executive vice president, Midland Enterprises Inc., announced that Michael B. Donelan recently joined Midland's new subsidiary, Inland Water Propulsion Systems Inc., as sales manager. Mr. Donelan will be responsible for sales of the B&W Alpha Diesel propulsion systems. Midland
Michael J. Warren has joined the Marine Division of Farboil Company as n a t i o n a l a c c o u n ts manager, it was announced by Joseph F. Harrington, vice president of sales. In this capacity, he will also have administrative responsibility f o r Farboil's New York City office, including the North
Michael W. Marinaro has been named vice president of air power marketing at the Air Power and Construction Division of Worthington Compressors, Inc., Holyoke, Mass. In his new position, he will be responsible f o r marketing and sales activities for air compressors sold through the company's industr
Michael C. Kenney, president of Ships Supply Inc., is the new president of The Propeller Club, Port of Jacksonville, Fla., succeeding James F. Moseley, admiralty attorney. John W. Connolly Jr., president of Eastern Seaboard Petroleum Co., Inc., is the new 1st vice president— in line for the club
I first went aboard the S.S. Michael Moran in the middle of August, 1944, while she was still in the shipyard in Portland. Me. where she was built. She was operated by Moore McCormack Lines, a company with whom I had sailed before. I signed on as Third Mate; this would be my fourth Liberty Ship.
Seaward, Inc., has announced the promotion of Michael K. Kutzleb to manager, Self-contained Tanker Off-loading Pumping Systems (STOPS). STOPS is a specially designed submersible pump system for tanker offloading and salvage pumping. Mr. Kutzleb is a graduate of the University of Virginia, majoring i
Stanley A. Dashew, president and founder of OMNITHRUSTER INC., recently announced that the board of directors elected J. Michael Melvin vice president, marketing. Mr. Melvin will report directly to the office of the president. OMNITHRUSTER INC. manufactures 12 different models of thrusters ranging
When Marine Technology Reporter visited the Oceans 2014 exhibition in St. Johns in September we learned that Michael J. Stewart, a ubiquitous figure in the subsea sector for more than four decades, will retire from McArtney effective this month. Stewart has been with MacArtney for more than 20 years in a
Marine Technology Reporter interviews Michael Jones, the ubiquitous leader of The Maritime Alliance and the architect of the Blue Tech Week in San Diego. The theme for the 10th Annual Blue Tech Week is “UN Sustainable Development Goals – Industry Solutions”.For MTR readers not familiar with BlueTech Week
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of Science degree in Environmen- (Massport) Board of Directors voted to on November 8th, 2019. Joining Rob- tal Science from UNC Chapel Hill. make Michael Meyran the Authority’s ert Allan Ltd. in 1988, Ken applied Port Director, overseeing all Maritime his mechanical engineering skills and Kirby
said his state funding for Mass Maritime is in the cation is what keeps me awake at night” is how low 20%. But beyond funding, he sees the big- RADM Michael Alfultis, President, SUNY Mari- gest challenge for his institution and the maritime time College, neatly summarized the biggest chal- industry as
at the Maritime College State University of New York. Pictured left are: Eric Johansson, Professor, Marine Transportation, SUNY Mari- time College; RADM Michael Alfultis, President, SUNY Maritime College; RADM Michael E. Fossum, Superintendent, Texas A&M Maritime Academy; and RADM Francis X. McDonald, President
Remote Sensing Riverine Exploration Remote Sensing Innovations Enhance Riverine Exploration By Michael Shillenn, Vice President and Certi? ed Photogrammetrist, Quantum Spatial Inc. Image: Quantum Spatial Inc. November/December 2019 40 MTR MTR #9 (34-49).indd 40 12/2/2019 11:25:24 AM
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